The holy spirit is where our spirit is affected. We create music, art, and find joy in these things. Our spirit and body react to these things because of the holy spirit.
We think our love for our children, or our appreciation for beauty that is around us, art, designing, planning, building, comes from within. It originated from the Father, Son and holy spirit. Jesus enjoyed life, was able to touch the leper, to show love and compassion to the poor and sick and lonely, because of his constant communion with the Father and holy spirit. He was so connected, that death could not hold him. Life sprung out of him like water from a well supplied spring. That is why we like to call it "living waters".
Those living waters make music as well as art and fills the thirsty soul. It's not just a "power" as in electricity. It's a living dynamic part of the Trinity. The holy spirit is very much alive and dancing in our lives through music and art and conversations, which is a dance and art itself.
You see how well communion ties the dance, the art, the music, the conversation, the time we spend together, so well. When we take the communion at church, the bread and the wine, do we forget what it really means? It means that WE are a living and dynamic part of the fellowship of the holy spirit! We are a living part of the dance of God. WE are a part of the UNION that Christ had with his father while on earth. We can have that SAME direct communion with the Father as Jesus tried to show us. "I and my Father are One".
We are One in Communion with the Father, Son and Spirit.
Dance to the Music! Who cares about the clothing? Get rid of it and DANCE!!
Reminds me, about a couple of weeks ago, at our church, (We use a large cafeteria of a school), after services and the chairs were taken back up leaving a large empty floor. The kids take advantage of that space and have a great time playing while we fellowship. A couple of girls took out a long heavy rope that belonged to the school and started a jump roping session. They were standing there, one at each end, waiting for the next kid to jump in. That was when I saw an opportunity for the Trinity and fellowship. I ran up to them and jumped in. They were surprised but started their counting as I jumped the rope! Of course, the other adults were even more surprised, but everyone seemed to appreciate it! I took it all the way through 16 or 17 hops. That was fun!
And I'm sure God had fun too!