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The Wholeness of the Holy Trinity


Susan Helene Kramer



The wholeness of the Holy Trinity is that it encompasses all creation within God. The division of its aspects is said to be a mystery, but in practical spirituality it is the highest forces working in concert to create and sustain the complete unity.


For example, in making the sign of the cross and saying the words Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, we are connecting the four points we touch as an affirmation of what is.


Coupling energy, sometimes called male-female energy work together to bring creation into manifestation. The Father is the first point, representing the uncreated world, the second point we touch is for the Son, the manifest creation, the third and fourth points together represent the Holy Spirit, the male and female energy, sustaining creation in unconditionally loving care.


When we make the Sign of the Cross, we are asking for the complete blessing of all that is that makes the whole, to be with us.


While on earth, the symbolic act of crossing ourselves aligns us with the power and vibration that upholds creation.


The Holy Trinity is symbolic of our roots, growth in, and contact with the Highest Vibration. Let us make use of all aspects of the Holy Trinity to remind us, draw strength from, and carry forth in the world the lovingness implicit in its power.


Reverently make the Sign of the Cross

Align with the ever-present Holy Spirit Vibration

Aum, Amen, Naam and more

Manifesting unconditional love.


Article by Susan Helene Kramer ~ Shuchi

The Wholeness of the Holy Trinity
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