Individual and Combined Soul Contracts
Dec11

Individual and Combined Soul Contracts

If you grew up in any organized religion as I did, you may have been told that what happens to you and around you is not of your control, that all you can do is the best you can. I am here to tell you that what happens to you and around you is of your control and not only that, but also your choice and your creation. Do you know someone who has an illness or an “unfortunate” life situation that you view as “negative” or “horrible?” How would you feel and how would you view their experience if you knew that they chose it? You may be asking the question, “why would they choose such a thing?” Let me explain… Before incarnating into physical form, our souls make contracts with other souls as to what we desire to experience to help elevate us to the highest level of unconditional love. In order to do this, we need to have the actual experience of being the homeless person, the villain, the one whose young son dies as an infant, having an illness that we are struggling to release, etc. Two things I want to discuss: how illness is created within our bodies as well as what our role is once it does, AND the individual contract that souls make as well as the combined contracts, which includes another soul. Another question you may be pondering is if we choose our experiences then where does free will come in? Yes, we do choose things before physical incarnation, such as other souls we will encounter along our journey, where we will live, however those souls have free will within their own experiences, which you will be subject to, and then you have free will as to your reactions and actions as a result. There are an infinite number of choices that you can choose in each moment, and as you choose one path, there are other experiences that will occur as a result of that choice, which then brings you to another place to choose again. This occurs throughout your journey. Ok, remember soul contracts with yourself as well as others and free will, now, imagine this. You go about your life, growing up, and as you near puberty, your father is killed by another person. This adds a variety of emotional experiences around you…your mother has choices on how to react and act, your siblings have these choices as well, those not directly in your experience have these choices too and YOU have these choices. Now, since you are young, you may take it personally how those in your...

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