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Edgar Cayce on Soul Mates by Kevin J. Todeschi
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Dec 21, 07

bookshelves: spirituality, personal-growth
Recommended for: people wondering what the mechanics of reincarnation would look like
Read in December, 2007

So I'm usually skeptical of anything to do with channeling (Edgar Cayce was a medium in the early part of the 20th century). But this book makes a lot of sense. It's like this: nearly everyone important in your life is someone you've known from a previous life. Your partner could have been your brother, your mother could have been your daughter (or son). "Soul mate" just means someone you have had previous interactions with and either reincarnate with to resolve previously unresolved "stuff" ie karma, or because you have some purpose to do together in this lifetime, either learning whatever spiritual lessons are next for you, or creating some kind of thing together (a business, an organization, some body of work) that is of service of some kind. Or both. So we all have lots of soul mates and ultimately the purpose of this kind of thing is to develop soul-relationships over many lifetimes and thus experience love at a deeper and deeper level. Ultimately you are meant to cultivate soul love with everyone in your life. So that makes a lot of sense to me. And then the other part is that karma and whatnot only sets up the meeting. What you do and what the other person does with the opportunity is entirely up to each of you - that's where free will comes in. So you can learn and grow through the relationship - or not. And if you don't, it'll come back around again later. So you might as well embrace all that learning and growing. =)
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