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Soul Groups

on June 5, 2012

Soul groups work together in each lifetime to reach a collective goal.  Each soul will have individual goals as well.  You may or may not know who is in your soul group consciously in this lifetime.  They are usually the ones who “come to your rescue” or appear out of nowhere to put you back on track.  They may only be in your life for a few minutes, or they may be in your life for the entire time (family members).  This of course does not mean that just because they are family members they are in your soul group.

This blog came to me last night and I share it, not as fact, but as intuitive knowing.  Many books have been written about soul groups and what I share here now is icing on the cake or a glimpse of the iceberg.  If this intrigues you as it does me, be sure to read Home with God: In a Life That Never Ends, by Neale Donald Walsch and Journey of Souls, by Dr. Michael Newton.

Soul group size varies, from 10-50 individuals maybe more, seldom less.  Everything you experience in life is voluntary, often an agreement made in the group before you incarnated.  The knowledge you have along the way is on a need to know basis.  This serves several purposes; one is to keep it light and easier to accomplish the goals.  Another is simplification.

There is no failure, it simply is not possible.  Your purpose is reached before you move on to other experiences.  “Here is the test to find whether your mission on Earth is finished: if you’re alive, it isn’t.” Richard Bach

You are never ever alone!  It may seem like you are alone and it often does feel that way, but rest assured you have a guardian angel and a Spiritual Guide with you at all times.  Sometimes they intervene to assist your journey, but often they do not because you contracted for the experience.  Even the starving children you see on TV and war torn countries have contracted for the experience, they are volunteers.  It may be your purpose to help them or it may be to harm them (usually indirectly, but sometime directly as a soldier or something).  This is why we are taught not to judge others.  You have no idea what their purpose is or why they are doing what they are doing (or not doing).  Ask for understanding and guidance and you will receive it.  Be open because it often comes in odd ways.

If it helps your journey you will know of other soul group members, if it does not, then you simply will not know.  Do not be concerned with who they are or why they are here.  Instead be open to your journey or purpose.  Why are you here and what can you do to further your experience?  It will take as long as it takes, meaning you could live 100 years, or 100 minutes.  Living in this context is relative since no one ever really dies.  It is a perception to die and if you do “die” before your time you have the option to return and skip that experience if you choose.  It is all about the purposes you and your soul group agreed upon.  This experience is often called a crossroads and many people reach this place at one time or another on their journey.

Remember the story is ever going, like the spokes of a wheel spinning!  Soul group members may die as one person only to return as another.  A great grandmother could return to be a grandchild or whatever, the possibilities are mind boggling.  It is even possible for your pets to be a part of your soul or a soul group member.

The Love you surround yourself with is an extension of you.  This can take a multitude of forms; however in these modern times our electronics are an extension of who we are, our wisdom, intelligence, imagination, and creativity.  As I have written many times before, everything you do, say, and think define you as a person.  There is no right or wrong although there is harmony and disharmony.  Going with the flow, loving all whom you meet, and being true to self are steps on the path of harmony.

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