Spirit World Relationships: A Relationship With The Holy Spirit

There is a certain comfort that comes from believing that there is a world that is beyond the world we live in. I do understand not everyone believes there is a single God. I also understand that not everyone who does believe in God, is a Christian. This post happens to be from the perspective of a Christian. I will be focusing on God in the form of the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Spirit

The Holy Trinity consists of God as the Father. There is also God as the Son of Man. Then there is God as the Holy Ghost or The Holy Spirit. According to Oxford Dictionaries;

The Christian doctrine of the Trinity (The three Persons are distinct, yet are one “substance, essence or nature”.  In this context, a “nature” is what one is, whereas a “person” is who one. ( Oxford Dictionaries).

This simply means that the Holy Spirit is God in the spiritual form. One that can maneuver in the spiritual world an a spiritual realm. So there are a certain group of people believe that God is a spirit, but do not always use this knowledge to help them in the physical world or physical realm.

So if we are in the physical form, we must remember that although God is not in physical form,  but He does understand through His experiences as Jesus, what humans go through. The way He uses this knowledge about human is to have a bridge that intersects between Him as His Heavenly Being, and His knowledge of man. This bridge is The Holy Spirit.

 Build a Relationship With The Holy Spirit

The first step to building a relationship with the Holy Spirit is to believe that He exists and is real. The second is to have conversations with Him in your head. Imagine some positive things you feel He is trying to say back. Overtime, these conversations will become more in depth and flow naturally.

What kind of relationship do you have with the spiritual world?

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Works cited:

The Heavenly and Earthly Trinities on the site of the National Gallery in London.
“Definition of trinity in English”. Oxford Dictionaries – English.

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