Oregon, US of A
Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thought Adjuster:  “As you consciously slow down your breathing in order to condition your whole being to access the Stillness, you are pondering what it means to be connected to the Holy Breath.

“Indeed, each evolutionary creature starts its existence by ‘inhaling’—taking a first breath.  From that moment on, it will breathe throughout its material existence until the moment comes to ‘exhale’ and slip out of its physical embodiment through the vehicle of this last breath.

“By focusing on your breathing when you enter a meditative state, you can more easily detach yourself from the sensorial worldliness.  Your breath is invisible; your breath is what brings precious oxygen to your bloodstream.  It is vital.  It is also what connects you to All That Is—the greater organism. 

“The air you breathe is freely provided.  You could not exist without this interconnection.  Even though, for lack of deeper thinking, many assert their independence, such is not and never will be the case.  Your whole organism is a very complex tiny cell, whose livelihood depends on the generosity of the huge cosmic organism. 

“The Holy Spirit is frequently being referred to as the Breath of God.  You found out that the Hebrew word behind spirit is ruach, and it means "air in motion." It is the same word for "breath." It also means "life." You also found out that the Greek word behind that is pneuma, which again means "a current of air," "breath," or a "breeze,” and again by analogy, "a spirit." As well, when Jesus talked about the Holy Spirit, He said It is like wind.

“Dear ones, understanding that there is so much more to the breath than the mere function to keep you alive, use this powerful access door to Spirit by inviting Spirit to ‘oxygenate’ all the layers of your being and It will sustain you Spirit to spirit.”