The Spirit of Humility is one of the seven main spirits of Christ.
The Spirit of Humility reduces our need for self-justification and allows us to admit to and learn from our mistakes or Negative Ego behaviors. Humility is the key to help us overcome many of these thought distortions which evolve into a host of ego defense mechanisms. True Humility because it is a Spiritual Virtue of the Christ, protects us from unconsciously giving our consent and power to the predator realm of negative ego thoughts. Once we give our consent and power away to the ego we become a vessel of those lower based forces which blocks our higher perception and spiritual communication.
Because humility addresses our intrinsic self-worth, our self-worth in how that presents itself in our relationships and socialization in groups, as well as based upon our own personal perspective of self-worth, the Spirit of Humility is emphasized here in ES as a part of our spiritual practice, as a moral teaching and an ethical study in the practice of the Law of One. In the practice of the Law of One our daily commitment is to be of service to our spiritual service and highest purpose of expression. By choosing this and being humble we are allowing the Laws of Divine Order to govern our actions, thoughts and behaviors rather than succumbing to the lower nature of human or man made ego based laws.
The Spirit of Humility is the antidote to Pride and Self Importance.
The Spirits of Christ are that which attract Virtues which are a form of the bestowal of Divine Grace. Virtues are qualities of goodness which inhabit in the world of forces, as a “spiritual force”. When one builds strength in virtue, one builds strength in the power of our goodness which translates into the power of God Force. We reap the quality of our cultivated virtue in that which brings incredible gifts directly from the God spirit. (These are the Spirits of Christ)
As the Universal Law of Structure states; we can build our house in so that the spirit we design it for can reside. This is what it means to create a House for Christ and to purify ourselves for the Spirit of Christ. The Spirits of Christ requires a House in which to dwell inside our mind and body. As you devote your attention and focus on the quality of the Spirits of Christ, the Houses for Christ grow stronger. Where we focus our energy and attention its energetic form materializes. Thus, greatly increasing one’s relationship to God and experiencing energetic balance which returns us into feelings of self-love, peace and happiness.
The Spirits of Christ
Giwebo, the Rune of Humility
Item type Consumable Collection Open Skies: Elon Riverlands Rarity ERare Binding Account BoundGame link API API
Hint: Solve the mystery of the lost spirit’s memories in the Elon Riverlands to aquire this relic.
— In-game description
- Found in the bonus chest after defeating the Champion Unbound Djinn in the Elon Riverlands.
Open Skies: Elon Riverlands Collection
|Azure Riparian Griffon Egg • Giwebo, the Rune of Humility • Golsah, the Rune of Honor • Limwe, the Rune of Justice • Maps to the Outpost • Relic Preservation Materials • Rocky Riparian Griffon Egg • Spearmarshal’s Plea • Warmed Riparian Griffon Egg|
When I think of a spirit of service, I believe its close friend is a spirit of humility.
Humility requires us to take a keen look at ourselves. As the wise Mother Teresa once said,
“If you are humble, nothing will touch you, neither praise nor disgrace, because you know what you are.”
We know what we are: Sinners in need of a Savior and saints who are called to serve. Our sinfulness and saintliness are the primary reasons we need humility.
On the sinful hand, we know that were it not for the grace of God we would be eternally lost. Period. On the saintly hand, we know there is no greater calling, or work, than to serve those for whom the kingdom of God is in fact, Good News — the poor.
Apostle Paul — that enigmatic and passionate servant of God — reminds us in Ephesians 4: 1-3 (NIV) that:
“As a prisoner for the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace.”
And Peter — the disciple formerly known as Simon — calls us to serve, not as people who must, but as people who are willing as God wants us to be. Not for money or praise, but because the reward of serving is in the privilege of serving (1 Peter 5:2-6).
Did you catch that?
In order to keep the spirit of service in our hearts, we must exude a courageous humble spirit. Let our attitudes always be teachable and moldable as we interact with others.
How can you exude humility in order to help those you work with today?