Daily Dose for The Soul

Incarnated Soul

If you remove the physical body, what remains is the energy body. Nature spirits such as gnomes, elves and fairies have energy bodies. Imagine energy with consciousness that is subtler than that of nature spirits. The soul is a spiritual energy with consciousness. It is a being of divine intelligence, divine love and divine power.

Imagine that you have a pitcher of water. The water in the pitcher represents the higher soul, which is spiritual energy with consciousness. In order to grow and evolve, the higher soul extends a portion of itself down to the lower worlds. Imagine that you pour the water to an empty cup. The cup symbolises the incarnated soul. The higher soul and the incarnated soul are interconnected. At the same time, they are one. When a person lives a life of chaos, the incarnated soul gets disconnected from the higher soul. The incarnated soul becomes a lost soul.

To use computer language, the higher soul is like the mainframe. It has a consciousness of its own. The incarnated soul is like the terminal that also has a life of its own. The incarnated soul, manifested as you, is a small portion of the higher soul. Unfortunately, when the lower soul incarnates, in many instances it leads a life of uncontrolled passion. Out of ignorance of its true nature, it undergoes a lot of suffering because it identifies itself with the body and the emotions.

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

26 Comments Add yours

  1. Niyathy says:

    Such thought provoking message shared.Amazing perception to the incarnated soul.Thank you ever so much.

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    1. Garima says:

      You are most welcome. Glad you liked it. As far as the destructibility of the soul, it is indestructible once it is created. There are stages the soul goes through. In the first stage the soul is united with the body as a fetus beginning in the fifth month. The next stage is the soul departing from the physical body at death . Then next and perhaps more eternal or lasting form of the soul is when it reunites with the body on the Day of Resurrection. It dwells with the body either in paradise or in the hell fire. These are the various stages which show that the soul will never perish .

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      1. Niyathy says:

        Profound knowledge.Thank you.

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      2. Garima says:

        Most welcome. Namaste πŸ™πŸΌ

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  2. kinge says:

    Very well explained. Thanks for sharing. I have reblogged

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    1. Garima says:

      Thank you for the reblog. U.S. empirical psychologist and philosopher, William James, maintained that the soul is an unnecessary concept, which could not be verified. The concept of soul is not required for personal identification or for purposes of moral responsibility. Modern scientists and philosophers generally follow James’ views. They further say that one can understand man without any recourse to the notion of soul. Distinguished thinkers such as the French philosopher Gabriel Marcel pointed out that soul is a non material and immortal principle or aspect of the human person.

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      1. theOwl30 says:

        Ahh, the Soul. A fascinating thing for a “late-nite, Cosmic-questions discussion”.
        Some thoughts: Itx easy to say we humans have a divine spark and consciousness and that rocks or a clump or dirt, don’t. I can see this. It appears we *do* have the spark of Life.
        Further, it is said that “matter can’t be created or destroyed” and so we say our soul lives on. Maybe it does! It seems odd that the Universe, consciousness, beauty, nature, laws of physics, etc. would somehow all be for nothing——and yet——

        Imagine the Battery in your car. When it charged-up, your car car run good (all other things being considered OK, too) and your car has “Life”. The Battery, has an electric charge. When its drained, or lost, we don’t say that since matter cant be created or destroyed that the “soul” or charge of the battery went anywhere (insert Afterlife here). Its just dead. Gone. So, when our nrains lose all consciousness and electrical charge, why cant we simply be dead? Why must our soul “go” anywhere? The Battery doesn’t. Why do we?

        But then I no sooner say that, and it seems fantastic that “all this”…i.e..everything we see around us, is somehow all for nothing. That seems incredible, too. But talks like these are fun. . . .

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      2. Garima says:

        Yes they are fun and I do agree with few of the points you mentioned. Thank you so much for spending time on my post and leaving a comment. Much appreciated.

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      3. theOwl30 says:

        …and thank you, for providing a stimulating topic/question. (the Owl is nearly always up for philosophical/speculative questions. They’re fun. )…which leads me to another thing:

        I think most folks who believe we have a soul, think of it as being “indepemdemt of” the physical body and not part of the physical body. This also supports/explains why people usually don’t believe that the Soul dies with the body…because the Soul isn’t the body, its—the Soul. It functions independently of the body, isn’t the body, even though it inhabits the body and therefore “goes somewhere” after death. OK, fine. Likely thousands of people basically believe that. But rather than wonder where it goes after death (which is a fair question of its own), i ask something else:

        If the Soul is not the body, (since rather than dying with the body, it leaves the body at death), then it also must’ve existed BEFORE our physical body and somewhere along the line “went into” our physical body. So-o, my questions are:
        1. WHERE are Souls BEFORE they “go into” a new baby? and—-
        2. How many Souls are still waiting for a new body/baby to form and be born so they can inhabit it? Is there a PRE-existence? Why not? If the sould is independent from, and not the body, it had to come from some other outside source. How long may a soul have already existed before inhabiting some newly born baby? and what was it doing before physical existence? Just wondering. PS—no, i am not a Mormon. (they also, believe in a PRE-existence). But wait—–(special bonus question, haha)—you caught me on a good day……

        SO! a Person dies. Their Soul leaves their body and continues——somewhere. MOST people believe the soul continues existing, apparantly forever. But there is something else that to me, is totally mind-blowing and incredible. Its this: come to think it, most people ALSO believe that “in the spirit world” or after the death as the Soul continues—-it/we NEVER SLEEP. Ever! NO daytime. No nightime. We are always Awake. No sleep. Always ON! Think of that. It blows my mind. The Soul doesn’t have a “bedtime”. —-theOwl30

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  3. Andres-David says:

    Nowadays there so many people’s living in Earth without there soul..and some soul are wandering without human body…😐😐

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    1. Garima says:

      Soul is regarded as an immaterial aspect within the body of the human person. Some consider the soul to be an integral part of life and functions and also the source of the highest mental activities. Soul is almost synonymous with self, spirit or mind. The basic conception of soul in the ancient civilizations was life. Life of the body is regarded as the soul. Breath, life and movement are associated with the soul. At death all bodily functions stop and the soul departs from the body. The location of the soul could be any part of the body or function.

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  4. Gonzov krik iz getribe autizma says:

    It takes guts to refuse the blight of comformism. It takes heavy use of z brain to embark on that voyage. It’s a hard one.Sometimes a lonesome one.Sometimes. Not always. Intelligence ignits me .Pulls me in. Much more so then skin deep throwings of the shallow minded flesh conqeurors. The voyage I speak of requires a compagnion. A shoulder to lean on. Much more even. It is not an endevour for the faint-hearted. Quitters. Or those obssesed with the need for clear meaning, adicted to stiching it to every word spoken or written. Those un-able to comprehend the importance of loose egzistance can never trully egzist. The use of un-chained train of thoughts written down as they puff and pant acroos the universe that is our mind leads to places never seen or felt before by it’s passenger. It’s a therapy. A cure that prevents us from caving in to temptations of depression each day shores can so easily push us into. If you are able to create something out of nothing you become a god. You can also dedtroy it. With another art. The art of DELETE.
    Art is everything. A conceptual voyage. A sword against bullies. A shield against erosion of the senses. An declaration of affection to someone you never really met but somehow you know you should. A groovy trip for the heart and mind to embark on, never to return the same.
    As any voyage it’s eventual destination is less important then the journey itself. Metamorphosis it brings easily transcends an average joe into a hero. Well sort ofπŸ˜‚
    You do have to learn how to keep your feet firmly on the ground while taking that flight to Neveeerevereereveland. Real writers as lets say undercover agents of imagination in the reality always have that one person with a hammer ready to put their ego down once it threatens to leave the solar system.
    It can happen. The impact of heavy use of imagination is simmilar to effect of halucynogenic drugs so you better develop an anchor for your sanity to cling on. Or you might end up a drift in a limbo.
    Balance matters. Balance is everything.
    The effort to refuse the chains and leashes imposed upon us to drag us down to the swamp of basic survival is as important as the hard work required to keep that survival roofed and fed.
    This is art. This is Sparta. Depression no passaran.
    You do inspire. Thank you.

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    1. Garima says:

      Wow You are my Inspiration for Today. Thank you. Thank you and Thank you. This is SPARTA !!!!!!

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  5. Fantastic job. I absolutely loved what I just read.

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    1. Garima says:

      “Those who are seers of the truth have concluded that of the nonexistent [the material body] there is no endurance and of the eternal [the soul] there is no change. This they have concluded by studying the nature of both.” β€”Sri Krishna, Bhagavad-gita 2.16

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  6. cadencerage says:

    Nice! I like how you linked such a deeply complex (yet in many ways, simple!) concept to computer terminology πŸ™‚

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    1. Garima says:

      I am glad you liked it.

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  7. milkyminx says:

    Indeed, we can suffer if we promote one part of our nature, for example the carnal, to the detriment of the fuller experience of self. Thanks, Garima! //mm

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    1. Garima says:

      Yes I agree. Your soul came here to experience a journey that was specifically designed to show you what love is not. If heaviness is what you came here to experience, because you couldn’t have it β€œup there,” then you are not going to stay in a super high vibration of love your entire lifetime. You are going to nip in and out of it, back and forth, remembering what it was like, briefly, and then going back for some more learning in the densities.

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      1. milkyminx says:

        Interesting perspective you’ve shared. Thanks, Garima! Perhaps whatever we think we’re here to find, there just is the one thing that encompasses all things.//mm

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      2. Garima says:

        Yes it seems so

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  8. π•Ύπ–π–—π–Ž π•½π–†π–‰π–π–Šπ–˜π–π–“π–†π–“π–‰π–˜π–“ π•΅π–š says:

    great!

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    1. Garima says:

      Glad you liked it

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      1. π•Ύπ–π–—π–Ž π•½π–†π–‰π–π–Šπ–˜π–π–“π–†π–“π–‰π–˜π–“ π•΅π–š says:

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      2. Garima says:

        πŸ™πŸΌπŸ™πŸΌ

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