What is the soul?
Does it really exist?
For what reason?
These are some of the questions I have been asked.
The divine source of all identity and individuality.
The essential part or fundamental nature of anything.
Via the Law of Transition, the soul enters a physical body of it’s choice, in order to learn, dissolve previous karma, and experience life. We play a role we have chosen for ourselves that supports the lessons to be learned. When the play ends the soul returns home. It is immortal. It can then decide the further lessons and experiences needed to best facilitate it’s growth.
So what exactly is the soul?
It is the energy spark that gives life to the body and all other living things.
Without the soul, the body would be like a light bulb without the electricity.
It also gives individuality to each of us. Some know it as the “I AM”. It is the spirit, the mind that allows us to be who we are.
Does it exist? I think that question was just answered. Where there is life there is soul.
Animals, plants, minerals, everything on the planet and in the universe has soul.
It is the resonance, the energy spark that exists in all living things. Quantum mechanics has pointed to the existence of this energy.
The reason for soul is to give spirit life to otherwise inanimate objects in order to support evolution. It allows for the lifecycle to begin and by withdrawing- for it to end.
Here is a test. Think back to a previous time. It can be a childhood memory or a special occasion. Connect with that moment. Remember how you felt at the point in time.
Do you still feel like the same person now as you did then? That is the core essence of who we are – that is the soul.
To every man there openeth
A Way, and ways and a way,
And the high soul climbs the high way
And the low soul gropes the low,
And in between; on the misty flats,
The rest drift to and fro.
But to every man there openeth,
A high way and a low.
And every man decideth
The way his soul shall go.
John Oxenham 1852-1941
For a more in depth study about the soul — Destiny of Souls by Michael Newton PH.D