Boehme, Jacob - Aurora - Holy Ghost and Wind
Type of Spiritual Experience
Here Boehme explains that the Holy Ghost is, in effect, spirit input and spirit output, and is experienced as 'wind' the breath of life.
A description of the experience
Jacob Boehme – Aurora – Chapter 3
62 The Holy Ghost is the third [concept] in the triumphing holy deity and proceedeth from the Father and the Son and is the holy moving spring or fountain of joy in the whole Father.
63 It is a pleasant, meek, quiet wind or whispering breath, or still voice, out of all the powers of the Father and of the Son; as on mount Horeb with the prophet Elijah and on Whitsunday or the Day of Pentecost with the Apostles may be perceived.
64 Therefore if we would describe [this concept] substance and property from the true ground, it must be represented in a similitude. For the spirit cannot be written down, being no creature but the moving, flowing boiling power of God.