When we worship God in spirit and truth, this kind of worship is not with our bodies (our raised arms and hands, or bended knees, or praying hands, or dancing bodies, or musical instruments, or the songs we sing during a worship service). All of that kind of worship is the sensuous (the Old Testament’s way of worshipping God, which is outwardly and earthly). Under the New Testament’s covenant of Grace, believers in Christ worship God in a true and spiritual way, in particular inwardly and heavenly.
Believers transitioning from having the Holy Spirit indwell them to believers being baptized with Him is what God wants believers to experience. He wants believers to begin with the “earnest” of the Holy Spirit and move on to the fullness of the Holy Spirit (the Baptism in the Holy Spirit), because the fullness of the Holy Spirit is the “seal.” Without a doubt, the “earnest” of the Holy Spirit is the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, an event that happens the moment believers are saved. However, the “seal” of the Holy Spirit is the fullness of the Holy Spirit (or the Baptism of the Holy Spirit), which is a subsequent event that, more often than not, happens some time AFTER salvation.