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(2) En minúsculas, como en «espíritus», es sinónimo de [[Special:MyLanguage/discarnate|desencarnados]] o entidades astrales.
 
(2) En minúsculas, como en «espíritus», es sinónimo de [[Special:MyLanguage/discarnate|desencarnados]] o entidades astrales.
  
(3) l.c., singular, '''often used interchangeably with [[soul]]'''.  
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(3) En singular y con minúsculas, y [[Special:MyLanguage/soul|alma]] se usan indistintamente.  
  
 
[[El Morya]] speaks of the “spirit” of a man as being “his [[cosmic honor flame]], his integrity, his strength, his presence. The spirit of the individual is that which the soul has drawn down from the [[I AM Presence]] and raised up from the [[Divine Mother]], weaving a cocoon of light, skeins as silken fibers around the soul until the [[wedding garment]], all gold and purest white, [is] suddenly unveiled.”
 
[[El Morya]] speaks of the “spirit” of a man as being “his [[cosmic honor flame]], his integrity, his strength, his presence. The spirit of the individual is that which the soul has drawn down from the [[I AM Presence]] and raised up from the [[Divine Mother]], weaving a cocoon of light, skeins as silken fibers around the soul until the [[wedding garment]], all gold and purest white, [is] suddenly unveiled.”

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Espíritu puede referirse a:

(1) Polaridad masculina de la Divinidad; la coordinada de la Materia; Dios como Padre, que necesariamente incluye dentro de Su propia polaridad a Dios como Madre y de ahí que se le conozca como Dios Padre/Madre. El plano de la Presencia YO SOY, de la perfección; el lugar de morada de los Maestros Ascendidos en el reino de Dios.

(2) En minúsculas, como en «espíritus», es sinónimo de desencarnados o entidades astrales.

(3) En singular y con minúsculas, y alma se usan indistintamente.

El Morya speaks of the “spirit” of a man as being “his cosmic honor flame, his integrity, his strength, his presence. The spirit of the individual is that which the soul has drawn down from the I AM Presence and raised up from the Divine Mother, weaving a cocoon of light, skeins as silken fibers around the soul until the wedding garment, all gold and purest white, [is] suddenly unveiled.”

Sources

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

Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 31, no. 77, November 13, 1988.