Ergo, if it is ensouling
with the Divine's Ka that provides the life force in humans to begin with (Azibo, 2011d)--to wit, "[t]he difference between the living and the non-living was...
Rather, Obama fathers drone soldiers--a priestly ensouling
of our machines!--and reasserts the fundamentalist Civil Religion tenet that there is only America, the Good Ones.
Its main content is a divine melody, a yearning prayer from the heart of the great Redeemers which enraptures the soul and mind with its ensouling
I want you to consider this quote: "and this poetry, the ever forming bodies in language in which breath moves, is a field of ensouling
. Each line, intensely, a soul thing, a contribution; a locality of the living." Now, what becomes interesting to me is how Duncan considers language an ever-forming body as if it were its own life form.
We believe, however, that God ensouls a human being, that ensouling
action is no more nor less miraculous, no more nor less a direct work of God, than a book falling under the influence of gravity when dropped.
Kozinets and Jay Handelman, "Ensouling
Consumption: A Netnographic Exploration of the Meaning of Boycotting Behavior," Advances in Consumer Research 25, no.
language; on the art of nonfiction and the writer's life.
His prayer does not describe Pentecost ensouling
the church; his ecumenical imagery surrounding the phrase "a new Pentecost" would have been difficult if not impossible to propose on the basis of a Mystical Body ecclesiology that maximized clarity on church boundaries and membership.
Then the ensouling
of a machine, discussed earlier, is a collaborative process in which our artefaction brings matter to a state of complication, in which the universal vibration becomes resonant in a prepared portion of respondent matter.
Poetry's perpetual direction is its way of ensouling
events, of seeking the doubleness in events, the event's hidden or contradictory meaning.
'A well-handled old leather book acquires something akin to the aura of a wise old person.' 'Unlike animals, we are individualities on personal journeys through life.' References to 'ensouling
auras' and 'cosmic powered living processes' sound to me the sort of thing that old-school Presbyterian ministers used to refer to, justifiably in my opinion, as 'devil worship'.