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This is the knowledge that empowers humanity to brake the chains of physical bondage, and allow our Spiritual Beings to rise to their auspicious place in the Cosmos.
When you conduct good behavior and no one else knows about it, you are watched by God or other spiritual beings.
In through Lovewit's front door pour London's greedy merchants, naive idiots and middle class young women, mere pawns in the cheating game, all of them anxious to benefit from the mysteriesof alchemy, or to extract a kind of spiritual benefaction from the thrilling Philosopher's Stone, possession of which can bring spiritual beings down the chimney or at least guarantee spiritual cleansing, a cosy distraction while the pewter table service turns into 22-carat bullion.
On page 127, for example, Godwin recounts a pivotal revelatory event for the spiritualist Andrew Jackson Davis in which the "Poughkeepsie Seer" met spiritual beings who showed him a magic staff but demanded that he return in "a due season" to receive it.
It's because we humans are basically spiritual beings in physical forms and not vice versa.
We are spiritual beings who are having a human experience.
There are secondary causes, spiritual beings, beings that inform the heavens and the planets, and then there is the active intellect.
These spiritual beings comprise the celestial court and are called angels (from angelos, Greek word for messenger) because, according to the Bible, they carry out missions at God's command.
Brynne Larson invites the reader to recognize that we are spiritual beings intended to delight in God's Holy presence.
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience, said Teilhard de Chardin.
He presented us with the opportunity to recognize ourselves as spiritual beings.
Human beings are also spiritual beings who must face inevitable existentials as we try to make sense of our lives in order to live a more authentic life (Jacobsen, 2007; van Deurzen, 2009).