The idea that the soul can ever be divided or broken is false. It may well feel like that for some but the soul is that point of awareness in awareness aware of itself at every point. It is never separate from the whole. It is like a wave on the ocean of life, never apart from the ocean.
What is divided is our energy. And our conscious connection to our soul. Most have veils that divide us from knowing (and feeling) who we are. Most are identified with the form of our expression in some way – with the idea of a me, with the body or how we feel, or with some combination of these. But all of this is an effect of who we are, not the actuality. And not the soul from which our life flows.
Sometimes this is also applied to ideas like soul mate or twin flame. That we are somehow incomplete without a certain special person. Again, who we are is always whole. When we feel divided from that and seek it outside of ourselves, we will never find it. Our lovers will always disappoint.
Most of us move through life, connecting to a group of souls we’ve known for a very long time. We’re typically around the same place on the journey and support each other, helping resolve those old energetic barriers. We may feel compelled to be with someone but this doesn’t make them “the one and only” but rather our best means of supporting each other at this time. In another lifetime we may well have had a completely different relationship with them. Or a similar one that left many unresolved threads we’re now working on.
In an ideal relationship, we come into it whole and open. They are our vehicle for sharing love and support but we do not require them to complete us. Rather we share the same completeness. This is called our upaguru in Sanskrit. It is one way devotion may show up.
When we dissolve the energetic nodes of the mesh that tie us to form and karma, we can settle into our source. This allows us to awaken to who we are, undivided, rather than be confused by the drama of form and effects.
And then you will know for yourself that you are whole and have always been.
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