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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  N    PROPHECY 206 50 71 54 84 239 45 5 14
2  V    ASSIMILATE 300 70 173 98 210 159 93 28 4
3  N    UNDERTAKING 178 47 89 170 93 80 141 19 14
4  J    NOTEWORTHY 175 114 216 92 151 96 140 76 17
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7  N    PERSUASION 121 39 174 119 136 195 74 14 4
8  J    TWO-WAY 87 107 166 57 35 90 186 67 51
9  R    INTIMATELY 107 30 105 56 143 148 106 32 14
10  J    GENERATING 74 66 175 92 56 55 393 40 49
 

who and what we are. But what is spirit? Discussing psychotherapy as spiritual inquiry presupposes that we have clear meanings for spirit and spiritual inquiry and recognize the place and usefulness of intensive psychotherapy in the process of spiritual inquiry. The words spirit and spiritual come from the Latin spiritus and are related to the Greek pneuma, the Sanskrit prana, and the Hebrew ruach. All of these words refer to air or breath and denote something vital and dynamic, more subtle than thought, as powerful as wind, as close to living creatures as their breath. The word spirit points to the limitless being and unconditioned awareness that transcends all physical and mental structures, yet permeates all. Being and awareness are said in many traditions to be our true, unconditioned nature. Spirit is also symbolized by fire, which apparently speaks to and through people. God spoke to Moses in the form of a burning bush (Exodus 19:18). The Holy Spirit reportedly

 
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