His soul opened to the over-soul like a flower to the sunlight.
Emerson wrote of it as the Over-soul, the Spirit of the Universe.
The Holy One, the Over-soul, from whom we come and to whom we all return.
This translunar preference for the "Over-soul" over every human feeling is not Montaigne's notion of the passion of friendship.
That magical sense of the brooding Over-Soul which thrills us so in Goethe's poetry never touches his pages.
They are usually brimmed and primed with sacrificial sentimentality and over-soul.
The "invisible companions" are not in any sense connected with the conception of an "over-soul."
Both the light and the spices would readily fit into the conception of the Sabbath “Over-soul” of the mystics.
By the term "the immortal companions" I do not mean to indicate any "immanent" power or transcendental "over-soul."
The symbol of the cross, for instance, has far more truth in it than any vague metaphorical expression such as the "over-soul."