Healing and Transformation

Healing and Transformation


The Soul of Healing

posted by David G Arenson ND

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I believe the most important missing ingredient from our world today is the “soul.” The so-called scientific revolution’s success at brainwashing of society to reject the soul, has meant so many people have been starved of relating to the world in terms of having a soul, and seeing other people’s souls reflected back.

We have “lost” the soul.

Now is the time to win it back!

What is the soul?

Many have attempted to answer this question.

It is the part of us that doesn’t die. It is the part of us that when we do die, will continue on. It is our essence. It is truly who we are. The flesh is just a temporary vehicle for the soul.

The soul is indefinable, indescribable and a piece of God, hence indivisible and infinite in its light.

Some define soul and spirit as “ineffable” – yet nowadays you can fit soul and spirit into science. We know many tangible and intangible aspects of the make-up of matter, for instance, everything is actually energy. Scientists don’t know how things are held together into matter. Perhaps that is the “soul” – a type of governing intelligence that unites complex and disparate parts into one unit.

How do you relate to your soul?

How do you define your soul?



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