There Is No Such ‘Thing’ As Spirit
So true!
Likewise, there is no such ‘thing’ as pure consciousness.

‘Spirit’ is the non-physical or non-mental part of a person. It’s our true being of pure consciousness. We are pure consciousness. That is spirit. Before any temporary mental or physical activity, pure consciousness is ever-present. That is spirit. Prove it!? Look!

Modern science is baffled by pure consciousness, the ultimate reality. They just don’t know how to look, because they are still searching for a physical particle. It will therefore remain a mystery for them, and they will continue to discuss it on chat shows. This is such a ridiculous situation. What they are looking for, they are! It’s that simple, and it is not a mystery.

They want to put consciousness into machines. To turn people into machines. Gradually, generation by generation, people will become inseparable from machines. You can see this happening now…oh, what a scary world.

Oh, what a tangled web we weave
when first we practise to deceive!
Walter Scott

Our age-old problem is our attachment to the body and mind. Instead of looking for the truth, we are looking for admiration. We may have good intentions but we fail to live up to them, as we do not look with simplicity and purity; “The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.”

Through fortunate karma, we are here in a rare and precious human body to realise our true nature and unify intention and action. To recognise and live up to our true nature of pure consciousness in our conduct. To put it simply – love – but not in a way of “I love this” but rather, to be in love – to care.

Spirit is synonymous with breath. When the breath leaves the body, consciousness leaves the body. Never waste breath on speculations!

It is not too audacious to say that when this spirit of pure consciousness recognises itself, it becomes “holy spirit”, the omniscient narrator – the all-knowing, all-wise, all-seeing recounter of events.

We are closer to pure consciousness than we think.

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  1. tony says:

    Professor Stephen Hawking claimed AI would be difficult to stop if the appropriate safeguards are not in place. The world-renowned professor has warned robots could evolve faster than humans and their goals will be unpredictable.

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