Who or What is The Holy Spirit?

By DavidPaul and Candace Doyle Authors of The Journey That Never Was: a guide to hearing God’s Voice regardless of one’s faith, religion, or personal beliefs http://www.hearspirit.com/

DavidPaul and Candace Doyle have been hearing and sharing the Voice of the Holy Spirit as a discernible, conversational Voice for the past 11 years. Their new book, The Journey That Never Was, weaves their personal stories of hearing this Voice with step-by-step exercises from the Holy Spirit to help all people hear God’s Voice with the specificity and clarity they desire.

Question: Who or What is the Holy Spirit?

Holy Spirit: “Once upon a non-time, there was God. Then God’s Child, an aspect of God, a part of the whole, had the thought that it could do something on its own, that somehow it could be separate from the whole. In that instant the ego was made, which is ultimately just a way of thinking that supports that part of God in believing that it is separate from the whole. That is all the ego is, and the only purpose it fulfills is the constant reminder of the illusion that that piece of God is separate from its Oneness, that there is no Oneness, and that it is on its own.

“As God noticed this aspect of Itself holding this thought and saw the ego coming alive to reinforce that thought, God simultaneously created the Holy Spirit, not as a counter to the ego, but as a cure—to hold Truth within the mind as well, so that either would be available at any given time. There cannot be an opposite to what does not exist, but there can be a Truth to prove the inexistence of what is not, and that is the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the ego.

“God, in His Perfection, is not capable of recognizing the ego and the errors in thinking that go with the ego, yet God can be aware of a need in His Child. God had the understanding that at some point that aspect of Itself would tire of the thought that It is separate from the whole, and when It did, when It became so tired from that thought, It would have the Holy Spirit to gently guide it back to the Truth of its Oneness.

“The ego has a full-time job holding the perspective that one can be separate from its Creator. The ego’s full-time job is to convince you that you are on your own, alone, roaming the world, and that you are never truly connected, united, or one with anything. That is the ego’s number one job. It is diligent, hardworking, and loyal to its purpose, and it will fight to the end to do its job to convince you that you are separate.

“The Holy Spirit was given to each of God’s children by God, put within each one, and is now a part of them. It is not to think that the Holy Spirit is separate from you, is really only a part of God, or will one day be separate because, in Truth, the Holy Spirit is now part of you. It has now been blended and melted into you. It is there as a constant resource, companion, and speaker of Truth no matter what you think you have done, what you think you are doing, and what you think you might do. The Holy Spirit holds no judgments, never condemns, and only remembers your true Perfection. In that is the impossibility of sin or anything related to it.”
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