Daily Dose for The Soul

What is the meaning of soul? This question is simple, but cannot be answered in just one line.

There are different stages of soul realisation.

The first stage in soul realisation involves the intellectual understanding that you are the soul, a spiritual being of diving intelligence, love and power. You are not the physical body, not the thoughts nor the emotions and not even the mind. The thoughts and emotions are products of the soul, just as the carpenter is not the furniture. The mind is just a subtle instrument of the soul, just as the computer is your instrument.

The second stage is experiencing one’s self as the soul during meditation, The person may experience not being able to feel the physical body, as though it has disappeared. The person may have an out of body experience, the soul occupying and manifesting in other subtle bodies of light and being able to travel at a speed faster than the speed of light. With further development, the person may have an experimental realisation of the nature of the soul.

The third stage in soul realisation is the experience of the incarnated soul (that is you) having union with the higher soul and realising that there is no separation between you and your higher soul. This incarnated soul and higher soul are actually one. The yogi also experiences oneness with other souls, not just humans souls, but all other types of souls. At this level, the process of realisation starts.

Reference : Achieving Oneness with the Higher Soul, Master Choa Kok Sui

14 Comments Add yours

  1. What if the soul is just a concept created by our own minds? Is there a valid proof to it’s existence

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    1. Garima says:

      We can all have our own opinions. I respect yours. Yes, it can be possible.


      1. Thanks for being open minded

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  2. Nice piece of thought.

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    1. Garima says:

      Isn’t it, the soul, the most beautiful thing in the world?


  3. Vishnu says:

    Which stage are you at?

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    1. Garima says:

      First One 🙂


      1. Vishnu says:

        Good luck scaling up ☮️

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      2. Garima says:

        Thank you ☮️ fingers crossed 🤞🏼

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  4. ReverendHornibastard says:

    There are other, simpler, less confusing terms that one can use instead of “soul” to refer to what makes you unique.

    The one I like best is “personality.”

    Personality is the reflection of everything I have ever done, thought or had done to me. It is what makes me unique (just like everybody else).

    My personality depends ENTIRELY on the continued functioning of my brain. A heavy dose of whiskey or a severe blow to my head will alter my personality at least temporarily or even permanently. In that sense, my personality is “emergent” rather than fundamental. It is as real (or as ephemeral) as a shadow.

    Unlike the term “soul,” “personality” does not raise any silly and wholly unwarranted implications about life after death.

    When I die, my personality is at an end.

    Just like when you turn off the TV and Shrek disappears from view.

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    1. Garima says:

      Ah thank you for the description.


  5. Heartlessguy says:

    Tnx for you expatiation

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    1. Garima says:

      Most welcome. Hope it resonated with you.

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