According to who you talk to, the spirit and the soul are one and the same. Both are intangible aspects of our being and honestly I am not trying to make an attempt at knowing the precise difference between the two--not now or ever. This talk is about our "soul family". The word "soul" means life. And the people that pour "life" into our lives are necessary and vitally important. Are they soul mates? I don't know, the term soul mate is no longer useful for me...there is a lot of expectations on this special someone, who is the only someone in the world, to make all our dreams come true--frankly, that is too much to ask of anyone. But I do believe that we are growth-seeking beings, and all encounters, both physical and non-physical, provide opportunities for growth. Souls are organized and linked together to fulfill an ultimate goal. The majority of our relationships with associates, casual friends, close friends, family members and even those we consider adversaries will produce some kind of growth in our lives. All of their "energy signature" will promote you becoming a better you--even if you can't see. There maybe a thousand people that you will encounter in your lifetime that will help you be all you can be. How can one person even chase a thousand people? Well, we don't actually chase people--we encounter them and the Lord allows it for their growth and ours. Oh! So you think you're the only one growing--we are all growing and becoming. In the words of Caroline Myss, every relationship we develop from the casual to the intimate helps us to become more conscious. No union is without spiritual value. We always meet people at the right time, especially our soul family. Like (Light) attracts Like (Light) and when the student is ready, the teacher shows up. This is Tuesday Talk Soul Family.
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