What is a Soul?

Source, or the vastness that encompasses all energetic and non-energetic things, is not static but always in process.  IT creates an infinity of energetic forms by the redistribution and redesign of its infinite self. One of the ways IT accomplishes this is through the creation of Souls. The soul is a body–a capsule if you will–that contains a special form of energy given it by Source.  It is Source energy that has been partitioned for a special purpose–to grow, expand, and provide Source with a specialized and unique way of experiencing itself.  Soul energy is the very likeness of Source, except in a diluted state, that has been partitioned for a special purpose–to grow, expand, and provide Source with a specialized and unique way of experiencing itself. As a specialized body of source energy, the soul is subtle and extremely powerful.

While Source is eternal and infinite in its power, Soul has only a subset of this power and a definite creation point.  There is a God and Soul is not IT! While it is true that energy cannot be created or destroyed, souls exist at the good will and pleasure of Source–who alone decides how long each soul shall be sustained. Similar to the soul, the physical body is a unique combination of energies and structures designed to house the soul–which serves as the seat of consciousness.  Just as the fullness of source cannot be contained in any one soul, so the human body cannot contain the amazing fullness of the soul it hosts.

Similar to the soul, the physical body is a unique combination of energies and structures designed to house the soul–which serves as the seat of consciousness. Because of this, each soul has a unique energetic signature and personality.  As a unique energy signature, souls attract energies differently based upon their symmetry and resonance features. Just as the fullness of sources cannot be contained in any one soul, so the human body is unable to contain the amazing fullness of the soul it hosts.

Souls go through journeys of development and expansion as a result of lifetimes of experience in both physical and nonphysical planes. As with physical minds and bodies, souls also grow, mature, and develop in wisdom and knowledge.  It is pushed to do so because of the divine spark of its origin.  Souls are a wellspring of understanding and experience; yet, its wisdom of the soul is often limited when it inhabits grosser physical bodies.   In these times, its energy becomes so focused on the grosser physical realities that it identifies itself as a physical object.

At some point, soul wakes up to itself.  Instead of identifying itself as a physical body, it understands itself as embodied and comes to a fuller understanding of the numerous subtle energies that exist above and below the physical levels of experience. Later still, the soul comes to understand its greater fullness and develops increased skills and abilities to see, travel, and draw upon these powers in physical existence.

As souls learn to master their earth experiences, they prepare themselves for greater adventures and experiences in the use of source energy–including but not limited to overseeing the development of earthly souls.