Holy Spirit

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Third Person of the Trinity; the omnipresence of God; the cloven tongues of fire that focus the Father-Mother God, also called the sacred fire; the energies of Life that infuse a cosmos. In the Hindu Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, the Holy Spirit corresponds to Shiva, known as the Destroyer/Deliverer because his all-consuming Love, when invoked in the planes of Matter, binds the forces of evil and transmutes the cause and effect of man’s miscreations, thus delivering him from the prison house of karma and its dark denizens.

Prana is the essence of the Holy Spirit that we take in by the sacred fire breath through the chakras to nourish the four lower bodies. The Holy Spirit focuses the balance of the Father-Mother God in the white-fire core of being. The exorcism of foul spirits and unclean entities is accomplished by the sacred fire of the Holy Spirit in the name of Christ and the I AM THAT I AM. The nine gifts of the Spirit are powers conveyed to the Lord’s servants to bind death and hell and work his works on earth.

The Person and the Flame of the Holy Spirit is the Comforter whom Jesus promised would come when our Lord took his leave—to enlighten us, to teach us, and to bring all things to our remembrance that beloved Jesus has taught us, both in heaven and on earth.[1] Each time a son or daughter of God ascends into the Presence of the I AM THAT I AM, the Holy Spirit descends to fill the void and to magnify the Lord’s Presence on earth. This is the ritual of the descent of the Holy Ghost promised by Jesus to his disciples when the Master said, “Tarry ye in the city of Jerusalem, until ye be endued with power from on high,”[2] which took place on Pentecost.[3]

The nine gifts of the Holy Spirit are 1) the word of wisdom, 2) the word of knowledge, 3) faith, 4) healing, 5) the working of miracles, 6) prophecy, 7) the discerning of spirits, 8) divers kinds of tongues, 9) the interpretation of tongues.[4]

The representative of the flame of the Holy Spirit to earth’s evolutions is the ascended master who occupies the office of Maha Chohan. The Holy Spirit is the Personal Impersonality of the Godhead and is positioned on the west side of the City Foursquare.

See also

Chart of Your Divine Self

Maha Chohan

For more information

For teaching on the Holy Spirit in and as Nature, see Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Path of the Higher Self, volume 1 of the Climb the Highest Mountain® series, pp. 324–26, 343–71, 461–66.

Sources

Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, Saint Germain On Alchemy: Formulas for Self-Transformation.

  1. John 14:16, 26; 16:7.
  2. Luke 24:49, 51.
  3. Acts 2:1–4.
  4. I Cor. 12:1, 4–11.