I often swing back and forth on how I can relate my spirituality with the physical, factual, and tangible world that I inhabit. It’s true that many of us believe that “Spirit,” whether it be the Human Spirit, the earth Gaia Spirit, or what some call the Holy Spirit, is the life force underneath our visible reality. Yet there is little-known “evidence” of it – something that people can cling to, that can appease the linear right brain. There is no “thing” we can easily count on, despite its sustaining benefits and truths.
Despite popular belief among my peers, I consider myself to be a realist, grounded in what is practical in most situations. Part of my practicality, however, is believing in and being connected to “Spirit.” I’ve found that even if you’re an atheist who doesn’t believe in “God,” you cannot deny the cause and effect of energy and the power of our individual vibrations.