The Soul is not bound by time and space. It views incarnational experience and manifest creation only as it can: from its perspective. It will see the possibilities of incarnational experience from its own state of wholeness, as infinitely varied shades or possibilities of light, love, sound or shape. It will not see the distinctions between the sign energies of astrology, for example, because it has no vibrational need of doing so. It will see their differences instead as a variegated unity.
To illustrate this idea, when was the last time you picked up a chocolate chip cookie ready to eat but instead of biting into it you carefully broke it apart and divided it into chocolate chips, walnuts, cookie dough, sprinkles, coconut shavings and chocolate frosting? The Soul has no vibrational need to create distinctions in similar ways between facets of consciousness or of cookie innards and then prioritize one over another; it only desires to experience the many distinctive, yet unified qualities of consciousness viscerally as itself (which it is!) It is from this injunction that a Soul chooses its next incarnation. It is looking to experience itself in new ways which link with how it has previously experienced itself. In this way a picture of a progression of growth forms. Read more from The Soul’s Desire for Wholeness »
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