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- A soul group exists of 12 parts and 11 of them incarnate.
- Soul Agreements: healing soul mate relationships
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But in the subtle form the 11 souls are being one. It forms one soul and this is divided into 11 dimensions. At the incarnation you say each other for a lifelong goodbye. And with that, you forget the unity. Because every part of the incarnated soul has its own purpose. Actually, at the incarnation plan, what your Higher Soul has created and which consists of 11 existing parts, each of you has chosen his own purpose. So, in fact, you are only one very small part of everything. You are just one fragment of a film, like there are 10 other incarnated fragments.
Together you create the movie. However, the film does not exist without the power of the end or the middle piece. If you have only one fragment, you have no movie. Each of the 11 parts of the incarnated soul has its own life map, his incarnation plan, consisting of purposes of his life. It is true that you, as soul share the same characteristics. Because you form one soul. You are one but not connected and you live in the same vibrational frequency. You all have one learning theme in life what goes on in a different time dimension. Actually, you should see it so that the soul, by incarnating into 11 parts, shall be wise in a super tempo because he experiences 11 different processes at the same time.
So one is for example dealing with the problem 'power', the other with the theme 'setting boundaries' or 'trust'. Therefore, the transformation to the divine can only take place when all those processes are lived through the soul. It is impossible that a soul incarnates in one single lifetime because then you will never be able to go through all those processes.
Therefore the soul divides itself into parts which are all bring about the transformation to the higher ethereal. So every life has a different theme? Yes, that's exactly right. You can divide it into themes. There are many books written about it. So at the incarnation plan of the Higher Soul there are 11 themes. Is it true you have a Higher Soul incarnation plan and also a sub soul incarnation plan? It is all true. You have a higher plan and a plan that goes on a lower level. It is no different than the fifth or the seventh dimension in which also different things are taking place.
Imagine such a Higher Soul wants nothing but to come at the highest subtlety, to get there he will have to go through all the facets and therein he chooses his plan for those 11 lives.
A soul group exists of 12 parts and 11 of them incarnate.
And then you can of course think 'Well if it is so easy than you plan 11 lives in, which all run perfectly, so you made it fast'. Now we come to the point which makes it all so complicated, because every human has the right to self-determination.
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So each plan that is made before your incarnation, can be changed. That's why we have desperately needed that network above you to make connection Read: We cannot let you incarnate and then let you go.
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Because it is useless what happens then. So we have to influence on the one hand but on the other hand, every human has the right to self-determination.
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So when you guys come back we evaluate the reincarnation plans, you make up the status of achieved goals. All that is achieved shall be brushed aside. All that is not achieved will be crystallized again up to 11 new themes. What is done is done; you do not continue. So your energy is getting higher. One time the balance is much less fruitful than other times.
Now you have 11 concepts. If there is a soul who tends to deviate now and is going to do something completely different, how can the other 10 soul parts whistle him back? That is not possible. There is no direct influence to the other dimensions. It can only through the Higher Self , the 12th soul. That is the only way. But even then the person, who has chosen in that life, has his path. If they go back reasoning and they reevaluate the original plan when they are back at the Higher Soul, then it is true that someone who really is diverges, has a major impact on the next Higher Soul Plan.
Because there can be less ticking off.
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There should be more often incarnated to go through it. It is moreover not judged. There is no judgment. We only made a balance.
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Which obviously is a huge problem is, that if you are incarnated, you then have forgotten what the bigger plan is. Because if you know what the bigger plan is, your life will look different. But you guys forget it. It is a film in which you sit until the movie is over and you go through the tunnel back to your 12th soul and you come together and all at once you think: If you give your suffering meaning and purpose, that will help you be happier, feel more fulfilled and develop as a person.
It will also have a ripple effect and help others. The process isn't easy, nor is it supposed to be. We have to face things and move forward to move beyond: It's NOT easy to release victimhood, resentment, anger and disappointment when "it's not fair! It's NOT easy to accept a horrible truth or event is a real part of your history. But it is necessary in order to come out the other side.
This is one of the most powerful things I culled from the book. I'm sure many of us can relate to that in their own way, and that's the beauty of the book. I was able to see patterns and cause and effect. And believe it or not, I'm grateful in some strange way for some of the tragedies in my life I may instinctively want to soothe or help others who are feeling pain and suffering. I want to get to know and relate to others. Connecting with others is easier now because feeling compassion and care for others makes it easier to approach and get to know or help others.
And the more connected to others I feel, the less alone and more purposeful I feel. I wrote notes and underlined sections that really spoke to me, and things I knew I would need to reread when in a tough situation or having a "relapse. Personally, this book inspired me or sometimes prodded me to test the waters outside imposed boundaries.
For example, having a history of illness and surgeries, I considered my body to be a separate thing to blame--I didn't even want it to be attached to me. But accepting my past and even current physical issues, has allowed me to try new things and to live in the moment I took some tae kwon do classes! While challenging, it was empowering, fun and I was proud of my body. I can do some pretty mean snap kicks! Now I'm thinking about taking dance classes. Just little things like that can help shift the emphasis from negative to positive.
This is my long winded way to say: We all suffer many losses during our lives, and we do our best to heal and move on. Since we all suffer numerous losses throughout our lifetimes, none of us escape grief. And usually we have never been shown how to resolve the complex emotional fallout from painful events. How can a loss from 20 or 30 years ago still cause the same anguish and confusion as though it happened yesterday?? This book provides remarkable insight into how to unravel and resolve that type of chronic suffering once and for all.
Paul Coleman has extensive experience as a psychologist who specializes in grief recovery. He shares his knowledge both psychologically and spiritually and explains how our hearts and minds are wired. He makes clear that grief is a complex emotion, explains the layered and confusing feelings within grief, and shows a way to resolution.
He helps us face the unknown fears that can trap us in our grief. This book provides the tools to help you find peace of mind that will span a lifetime. You will be able to embrace a fresh and hopeful perspective, understand that your life is a journey of growth and transformation, that suffering can be healed, and that you absolutely can find true inner peace.
When life gets scary it isn't easy to remain hopeful. But somehow, when reading this book life's challenges don't seem quite so bad. Coleman claims that while grief is normal and must be "honored" it is still possible to feel at peace and remain hopeful in spite of loss. Our perspective makes all the difference. I wasn't sure what to expect when I browsed through this book. I'd read numerous books about how to cope with life and often read similar things in all the books, but this book is different.
There was something on practically every page that made me stop and think and gave me new insights. I actually started to feel more peaceful just reading it. I really find this book to be wise and comforting and it will be a book I can return to again and again as I strive to perfect my "heroic heart". This book's ideas were okay, not great, certainly not groundbreaking in their originality. There was a lot of repetition; stating and then restating a concept. It would have been helpful to know before I purchased that the author comes from a Christian worldview.
There are many people, in addition to Christians, who experience grief and who may not relate to scripture quotes or pedagogy as the main basis for approaching grief. Dealing with loss is not dependent on one particular religious belief system. One person found this helpful. Imagine a wise and compassionate friend who always accompanies you on your journey through life. This book is full of wisdom, gained from honest, sometimes hard-won experience. When I open to any page I find questions we need to ask ourselves for we are the drivers of our own lives. Having found a more peaceful heart, we may become better companions to our loved ones.
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