"But the person who is joined to the Lord is ONE spirit with Him. Don't you realize that your body is the temple of the Holy Spirit, who lives in you and was given to you by God? You do NOT belong to yourself, for God bought you with a high price. So you must honour God with your body." 1 Corinthians 6:15,17,19
I believe that our spirits are one. Nonetheless, they do "separate," if only in our minds. Our spirits often become one however, and you can see that so often. Take a best friend of yours, family member--mother, father, cousin, brother, sister--how much joy do you both mutually receive from each other? And then, don't you have those moments when you are so in sync with each other, all experiencing and blessed with the same emotions (happiness, sadness, excitement). Does not their presence, or lack of, move you, change you, progress you? And don't they help you further your own soul (and you, theirs)...by reaching certain realizations, coming to conclusions? I've discovered so much of myself through people.
I remember S once saying that we were one soul split into two. I think that spirits have this merging capability. That we can be on the same page and that it's mainly pride that separates us.
I think what really moves me is how we have God's spirit living in us. Can you imagine that? Is it supposed to feel any special way? Or have we become so used to not always tapping into it, that we just feel "mundane" or "ordinary" all the time? We have God's spirit living in us. One-third of the world is apparently Christian. Of course, then, you would have to believe that God is among us....walking with us, living in us. Is this normal? What I'm getting at, is that it's so extraordinarily normal. It is MEANT to be that way, and thats what gives it it's normalcy. But it's so extraordinary, because of who God is.
God has blessed us...he has blessed us with sharing himself with us...we do know his own thoughts! "For who can know the Lord's thoughts? Who knows enough to teach him? But we understand these things, because we have the mind of Christ." 1 Cor 16--God is so extraordinary and so powerful and it blows my mind that he allows us to know his thoughts, his ways, etc. We were made in HIS image and there is so much power in that.
Who are we anyway? The world has this vision of human beings that I think is adverse to who we are. We keep on believing these lies about who we are. But we are none of these things. God is in us. With us.