Life, or living substance, considered independently of corporeal existence; an intelligence conceived of apart from any physical organization or embodiment; vital essence, force, or energy, as distinct from matter.
The intelligent, immaterial and immortal part of man; the soul, in distinction from the body in which it resides; the agent or subject of vital and spiritual functions, whether spiritual or material.
Specifically, a disembodied soul; the human soul after it has left the body.
Any supernatural being, good or bad; an apparition; a specter; a ghost; also, sometimes, a sprite,; a fairy; an elf.
One who is vivacious or lively; one who evinces great activity or peculiar characteristics of mind or temper; as, a ruling spirit; a schismatic spirit.
Temper or disposition of mind; mental condition or disposition; intellectual or moral state; -- often in the plural; as, to be cheerful, or in good spirits; to be downhearted, or in bad spirits.
A solution in alcohol of a volatile principle. Cf. Tincture.
(the energy signature of each incarnation of soul no matter the universe or dimension)
A non-incarnated soul. A term synonymous with the Intent at large. SEE SOUL, GOD
A discarnate being, essence or supernatural force of nature. While a ghost is a manifestation of a spirit that has existed in human form, not all spirits have resided on earth. Spirits can manifest themselves in the forms of orbs, mist, vortexes, or shadows.
An animating or vital principle held to give life to physical organisms; the immaterial, intelligent, or sentient part of a person Similar to, but less closely associated with the brain than is " mind"; similar to, but more closely associated with the brain than is "soul. " See also, "brain," " consciousness," " mind" and "soul."
That being which can exist outside a material body. The life principle.
The masculine polarity of the Godhead; the coordinate of Matter; God as Father, who of necessity includes within the polarity of himself God as Mother and hence is known as the Father-Mother God. The plane of the I AM Presence, of perfection; the dwelling place of the ascended masters in the kingdom of God.
used in its capitalized form, Spirit, this term refers to the primal essence out of which mind, energy and matter were manifested. Masters unite with Spirit, and channel its energy to others to unfold their spiritual potentials, purify their vehicles, illumine their minds, and awaken their spirits. Used in its lowercase form, spirit, it refers to the individual spirit.
also referred to as the soul, the part of us which survives physical death
Spirit: another term for God; the purpose of life is to become the embodiment of Spirit on Earth
the Spirit of the Gods = the Light of Christ
(a) a "discarnate entity". (b) the essence of the Divine. (c) the "soul".
that part of the heart that is reborn with the life, light and love of God; the Holy Spirit.
that instrumentality, which may or may not be operative for any particular human being, through which the knowing self can come to learn of, project itself into, and receive information from the spiritual universe, just as the body functions analogously toward the physical universe.
(1) The vital principle or animating force within living things. (2) The nature and essential substance of human souls, through which each is connected to all others, and by the experience of such connection is a primary basis for spiritual belief.
this force as an independant part of a person, widely believed to surive the body after death, and sometimes visable as a ghost. 2. a supernatural being without the body. [Lat spiritus, breath
variously defined as the inmost principle, the divine particle, the vital essence, the inherent actuating element in life. it manifests through association with protoplasm and dwells in the astral body, also called the soul, which in turn is the connecting link between the spirit and the physical body. At death the connection is severed and the spirit will find no ordinary means of manifestation. See SPIRIT.
The electromagnetic and electrostatic energies containing the soul, personality, and intelligence which survives after the death of a human or animal.
spirit is that which can exist and act without body soul is that which gives life to a living body. We see by their different definitions that soul and spirit are not necessarily to be equated. The only case where we find a soul, which is also a spirit, is in that of the human soul.
In the Gk and Hebr the same word means, 'breath', 'wind', 'spirit', often the principle of life, activity and holiness in human beings, given by God and withdrawn by Him. Prophets and charismatic leaders receive the spirit of God in a special way for a special task. In the last days the spirit is to be poured out on the whole people and on individuals, in a new covenant of the spirit.
Unidentified Flying Object. Such beings are supposed to creep into Roman Christian humans during a ritual called 'baptizing'. And to fly away again at death of the host. Illusion that caused the well known body-mind dualism. The Romans used the fantasy 'holy spirit', to replace the common sense notion 'soul' (intuition)
a fundamental emotional and activating principle determining one's character
any incorporeal supernatural being that can become visible (or audible) to human beings
a continuation of your soul that goes on forever
a friendly kind of 'ghost' that is simply there to love you
a human soul that has left the body
a nature or a character attribute or characteristics which develop through human maturity by process of time and take form in God's mind or knowledge thus becoming existence
an intelligent and moral being, and when we ascribe personality to God, we mean exactly that He is a reasonable Being, capable of determining the course of His life
a reference to a particular soul
a soul, and when I die and get to heaven as my soul, I will be one with God, and one with all
a soul that has passed to the other side successfully and may come back for a visit, then return and go on about their business
a soul who has gone to the light and come back to guide, or show
Existence apart from, or transcending, the purely physical; also, the life-force of an organism. A spirit commonly refers to a ghost.
sometimes used to refer to any nonphysical being or entity that can be channeled' more specifically, the spirit of a deceased human being; that aspect of a person that is other than the physical body and that survives the death of the body; or beings who have never been human or existed in physical reality; The Universal Being (or God).
In the Bible, the creative, animating power or divine influence of God
One of the Four Principles, Spirit, the active, Solar Principle, is the origin of movement and the individual being within the archetype of the Celestial Body. Although it comes second in the hierarchy, it is probably the most important of all, since it represents the impetus to life and experience.
Often used to define the soul of a person, but it can also be used to representplaces such as sacred lakes or objects, shrines, and elemental entities.
The principle force within a living being. The soul. Also, a supernatural entity.
The intelligent beings of the Creation. They constitute the population of the Universe. One of the three elements of the Universe, God, Spirits and Matter. (See The Spirit's Book - Second Book - Chapter I)
Term from the many and different meanings. In general he shows a substance with opposite characteristics to those the matter. In many case the spirit is a simulacrum of the aither, a-priori assumed (often with the "Divine Spirit" name) as primary substance of the divinity. The attributes of the divinity, everyone in the sense of "humanising" of transcendence, as absolute human ideal, make the religions ideological systems which move an ideal model of a virtual super-man virtual, all-powerful and omniscient, in a imaginary transcendence.
Has no parts and occupies no space. Spirit is indestructible, by GODS' will. Humans have a spiritual soul. Humans only, link the material world to the spiritual world. The human Spirit is the image of GOD.
the essence of one's self, that which lives beyond the physical death; called soul by many.
(Gr. pneuma) Literally, "breath"; that which is living but immaterial. Spirit is used in three ways in Scripture. (1) The Holy Spirit is one of the three Persons of the Trinity (John 4:24; 20:22). (2) The angels are called spirits (Ps. 104:4). (3) The human spirit possesses the intuitive ability to know and experience God (Rom. 8:16; 1 Cor. 2:10 12).
(capitalized) Divine substance; Mind; divine Principle; all that is Good; God; that only which is perfect, everlasting, omnipotent, infinite.
This is a term that I use to refer to divinity. Many people may perceive Spirit in many different ways such as God, Goddess, The Great Mystery, Allah, Buddha, the Cosmos, etc.
As used by Maitreya, a term meaning the sum-total of the energies -- the life force -- animating and vitalizing an individual. Also used, more esoterically, to mean the Monad which reflects itself in the soul.
Spirit, breath, and wind all derive from the same Hebrew and Greek words. A personâ€(tm)s spirit is the very essence of that person's life, which comes from God, who is a Spirit being (Yo 4:24, Gen 1:2; 2:7). The Bible distinguishes between a personâ€(tm)s spirit, soul, and body (1Thes 5:23, Heb 4:12). Some beings may exist as spirits without necessarily having a visible body, such as angels and demons (Lu 9:39, 1 Yo 4:1-3).
The essence of a person that is said to remain after death.
variouslydefined as the inmost principle, the divine particle, the vitalessence, the inherent actuating element in life. it manifests throughassociation with protoplasm and dwells in the astral body, alsocalled the soul, which in turn is the connecting link between thespirit and the physical body. At death the connection is severed andthe spirit will find no ordinary means of manifestation. See SPIRIT.
Opposite pole of Matter. Both have source in Pradhana, the homogenous essence of the Universe, like Svabhavat depicts Father-Mother in latency.
is another name for God. Divine substance; Mind; divine Principle; all that is good." Christ
(1) The divine spark, or God-essence, that drives and animates every life form. The spirit is not to be confused with the soul, however. The spirit is the driving force for one incarnation, one personality, and is primarily of the earth, while the soul's domain is in the higher realms, and the spirit and the human personality represent only one facet of the soul. See Higher Self. (2) A disembodied but still earthbound being who remains on earth rather then move on to the higher planes. (3) The animating essence of any life form, be it human, animal, vegetable, mineral, or force of nature. Some gifted shamans have the ability to communicate with spirits of all kinds.
A spirit is a living being that is incorporeal, i.e., it does not possess a physical body. Note that Jesus took on a physical human body. It is not an inherent part of His nature. By comparison, our bodies are part of our human nature but we put on clothes.
One of the three fundamental aspects of human nature, according to many religious traditions. The spirit is the breath or wind of life ( ruah in Hebrew; pneuma in Greek) that paradoxically makes "individuation" possible (negatively) while at the same time making relationship with God possible (positively).
the nature of our true reality which, being of God, is changeless and eternal; contrasted with the body, the embodiment of the ego, which changes and dies; the Thought in God's Mind which is the unified Christ.