Religion and Spiritualism


An Experience Based Definition of Spirit and Jesus and Mary of Nazareth

Authors: Piero Benazzo

A loved pet or the desire of a new game are two of the various empirical examples of stretch, force, between presence and absence or concealment. The absent situation may well be beyond the material world and the concealed part may well be transcendental, thus both immaterial, beyond time and space. Their interplay with the material presence results in the presence thus as spiritual force. The force provides a flow between the two situations that manifests empirically in the presence of the material world. The spirit would be such life-giving force manifest in the presence of matter in the world. The spiritual part that generates would remain however beyond direct empirical evidence. Material batteries, waterfalls and wind exemplify empirical material manifestations of flows between presence and absence. An experience based definition of spirit stems from the discussion, in terms of presence.

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[v1] 2015-08-15 16:57:27 (removed)
[v2] 2017-08-29 09:26:50

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