What about Soul?

April 28, 2021 | 22 comments

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What is Soul? Do you understand it?

Learn how to unleash your potential by understanding God as Soul. With God as your Soul, you have unlimited abilities and capacities to claim and reflect.

This video was filmed in the Valley of Fire State Park, in Nevada, while hiking there in October of 2020.

22 thoughts on “What about Soul?”

  1. Thank you dear Evan for this beautiful message. What a wonderful way to start the day! I love that Soul is our individuality, ever expansive. Truly inspiring. It makes me hum along to hymn 64 by Violet Hay..’ from sense to Soul my pathway lies before me…from mist and shadow into Truths clear day..’
    I am most grateful for the sincerity and enthusiasm of the truths you bring us in these vlogs. Thank you for sharing ❣️

  2. I want to express my appreciation for the Spirit View program. I read, watch and listen daily. It keeps me focused. Thanks so much.

  3. Dear Evan, thank you very very much for the priceless gift of revealing us the clear understanding of God’s wonderful synonym SOUL! On last Sunday I made a comment to your SpiritView on – enjoying God’s Spring – that relates to Soul. Always when I read the word Soul in our CS literatur I asked myself, how can I better understand God as SOUL. Now it gives me a glimps of the real spiritual meaning of “Spring” as a beautiful expression of God as SOUL!
    And Your today’s SpiritView illumines further my spiritual understanding of this precious name for GOD and how I do express Soul in countless spiritual qualities.
    Am deeply grateful for SpiritView! ♡

  4. I mentioned that my teacher said one way to think
    of Soul is the art side of God. Infinite beauty expressed
    in a sunrise and sunset, seeing pictures of beautifully colored fish in the depth of the ocean, colorful birds
    in jungles, cloud formations, snow, tree blossoms, flowers, words, music.
    Infinity being played out daily showing a Love panorama.
    Soul is my favorite synonym. Infinity and
    divinity, two favorite words, showing the divine infinitude of Soul.
    Thanks for today’s SpiritView, and every SpiritView.

  5. Thank you Evan! Beautifully described! Wow! So much creativity available to us to express! And, all the health we could ever want is available to express too! How wonderful! Unlimited!

    “Keep distinctly in thought that man is the offspring of God, not of man; that man is spiritual, not material; that Soul is Spirit, outside of matter, never in it, never giving the body life and sensation. It breaks the dream of disease to understand that sickness is formed by the human mind, not by matter nor by the divine Mind.”
    S&H Pg. 396:26-32

  6. AWESOME!! Soul, God, as the source of our individuality! That is so freeing and expansive. Thanks, Evan.

  7. It’s interesting that most people, whether they consider themselves “spiritual” or not, find something magical and moving when they are in nature – either in a forest, near the ocean, beholding the infinite sky, in a garden, they sense something healing. They are sensing Soul.
    This picks up on what M said above about Soul being the art side of God.

    The quote from S&H on screen at the end of Evan’s wonderful message today also brought nature to my thought, the part that said, “God, the Soul of man and of all existence….” The All Existence made me think of the glories of nature, one of His beautiful gifts to us, representing Freedom, Beauty, Life, Vitality, Joy, Harmony, Eternity.

  8. Spirit view blogs never fail to
    Comfort me and the comments are humblingly beautiful and honest. Thi sprit view blog is a favorite part ofmyday and starts my morning off with joy and gratitude and depth of understanding. Thank you Evan and all thatcomment. “ this is the day theLordhast made
    Be gla, give thanks, rejoice…”

  9. Soul, imparting all the beauty and grandeur to us, is probably the reason I love to hike. The woods, the trails, unfold the biggest and the tiniest wonders at every turn of the path. And always, when looking up to see the tops of the trees, the mountains, and the way the sunshine or light plays out is so good for my soul, and is when I feel the closest to God. Thank you Evan, and commenters. My gratitude to God and every day when I open the inbox to Spiritview and see what I can learn from Evan, expanded by all the loving contributors. Love to all!

  10. What an uplifting and beautiful topic to reflect on! How the awesome loveliness of creation that we behold here is only a glimpse of the magnificent grandeur, variety, brilliance, and scope of Soul’s infinite creative expression. “For now we see through a glass darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.” 1 Corinthians 13, 12

    1. Thanks Evan for generously feeding our hungry hearts with this feast, & thanks Martine for sharing this terrific article -greatly appreciated.

  11. Thank you so much for your remarks on Soul; this synonym has been, for me, he least understood synonym . Your remarks have opened the door. to clearer understanding.

    1. Yes for me too Marjpat, Soul is probably the synonym for God that I have the most need for increased understanding. I appreciate the opportunity to explore the meaning of Soul more deeply.

      “And my soul shall be joyful in the Lord: it shall rejoice in His salvation.” (Psalms 35:9)
      “Unto thee O Lord, do I lift up my soul.” (Psalms 25:1)

  12. Thank you, Evan! I really needed that reminder today–that ever-present Soul is expressed in me, and in each one of us. (….and, by the way, I love your Vlogs, too!!)

  13. “Thou treadest undefiled,
    In Christly paths apart”

    “You have never entered nor lived as any fleshly sense, “the supposition of life, substance, or intelligence in matter,” because the thoughts, or sense of Being, that constitute you originate in infinite Soul, your only conscious Mind. This is the only functioning fact of your Being here and now; and this is why nothing that a wholly fictitious human mind is saying about you can ever disturb you, because it doesn’t apply to you. The Kingdom of Heaven within you is the totality of your experience here and now, and has never been touched by any sort of supposition.”

      1. Dear Rose,
        This letter is in one of the two volumes of “Letters from John Hargreaves” published by Mulberry Press in the U.K. The website is on line, “mulberry press.com”

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