Can science or religion explain the inactivity of the spirit in a state of being

  1. Neferkaptah profile image61
    Neferkaptahposted 8 years ago

    Can science or religion explain the inactivity of the spirit in a state of being in repose?

    If you were to increase your vibrations and frequencies toward infinity and then, you desintigrate then, you have united with Infinite mind and space in a state of being in repose.

  2. Apostle Jack profile image60
    Apostle Jackposted 8 years ago

    The spirit only reacts when the physical body is awake.
    It waits for the appointed time to give expressions
    therein.We have "2 BODIES"......NOT ONE.
    Cells atoms,neurons,dna,nucleus and elements
    CONCERNS  the intellect and the ability ot choose,
    think,communicate,express character, to act and react,
    to have knowledge,decern,and to have life.
    The spirit can live without the physical body because
    it is "supernatural."
    But the physical body can not live without spirit.
    Our heart beats because of the electric impluses
    that generate from our "Celestial spirits".
    Read my hub's "Divine and Unknown" and
    "Lack of Spiritual Knowledge".
    This is not"RELIGION".It is "CHRISTIANITY".
    There is a big difference.

  3. Darrell Roberts profile image74
    Darrell Robertsposted 8 years ago

    The spirit has three essential qualities that is the spirit is eternal, lives in bliss, and is full of knowledge.

    I do not know why you would want to increase your vibration until you desintigrate to link wit the infinite. 

    According to the teaching I have studied, the spirit is always linked to the infiinte, it is the material covering that makes us forget. The consciousness of the individual is where the real link is to the spirit world. 

    It is quite possible to find peace and tranquility via proper meditation and association.

    I hope this response assist you in your search.

    Best wishes.



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