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Group Practices: Spirit

Some form of spirit was mentioned by about one-third of those studied as contributing to the group’s shift into collective resonance. Spirit was described in many ways. Some participants described this factor within a more traditional religious context, using terms like “Holy Spirit.” Others described this shifting factor using words like “higher part of us,” “higher power,” or “that overwhelming thing that happens.”

These interviewees were not describing an element of their personal or collective experience as “spiritual”, although collective resonance often has that sense—they actually attributed some part of the group’s shift into resonance to an outside force.

Spirit as a shifting factor is not something the group creates, nor even something the group creates a container for—however, the groups experiencing it were receptive or aware. Click on the links below to explore how groups experience Spirit as a shifting factor.

Click on Personal Practices in the sidebar at left to explore personal spiritual practices that can facilitate a collective shift.

If you have another example of a Group Practice involving Spirit Submit your own Practice by clicking the button in the sidebar at left.

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