SOUL,SPIRIT AND ETERNITY

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The difference between the soul and a spirits identity.

Submitted: December 11, 2018

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'An entity without material reality regarded as the spiritual part of a person.' This Websters dictionary definition of the soul is much more of standard religion than it is of the spiritual sciences. In a different understanding of the soul, it is considered to be the energy which permeates the fiber of a living person. This energy, the force which causes our hearts to beat through living brain function, is electrical and it is our connection to creation; it is an energy which cannot be destroyed, only transferred. At physical passing this electric force continues. That being realized, the soul is without identity. Within the field of psychology this identity is referred to as Id, in the spiritual philosophy known as Buddhism it is called self. Our Id, our self, also known as spirit, consists of our memories. We start as children with growing brains and expanding minds, and with every experience and memory retained, our spirits are developed and come into being. Our memories are our spirits. Just how a spirit can become permanently joined with the soul is a mystery, but one can could put forth that it might be similar to that of physical conception, with the soul / spirit connect occurring at the time of physical passing. The joining of soul and spirit then bringing forth a viable and quite possibly an eternal self.


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