We live in social contexts (the world over) wherein human relations are guided, informed, and governed by the reflective nature through the agency of political, religious, educational, and economic institutional structures and the individual agents of those institutions. There is a different way wherein human relations are guided through the agency of the direct and continous experience of the spirit of Jesus Christ in the conscience and consciousness. In this indwelling experience, people are aware of the living motion of the spirit through it's increased and decreased presence in given relationships, interactions, and circumstances. This awareness of the spirit's increase and decrease is our guide; it draws us out of the reflective process and establishes us in the living and active presence of Christ as our sole and sufficient guide in human relations. This frees human conscience and consciousness from the rule and governance of the reflective process, and its agencies and agents, as the rule in human relations.