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Signs And Messages follow on, Soul Trek, soul cells, guides

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by mac, Dec 4, 2019.

  1. Lola Hoovler

    Lola Hoovler Active Member

    Yes, it's definitely more the exception than the rule with the animal life forms. I know that she isn't just making this up, but with skeptics, they will always insist it's coming from her subconscious or that she is misinterpreting information etc., but considering this was in the mid sixties, I was very excited to read the thought world material, as (like with Seth), concepts like these were restricted to science fiction writers in the 1960's. I totally agree that some of the "revelations" we hear about now were known for years, or maybe centuries, but were totally ignored and, in some cases, laughed at. Believe it or not, I'm now on Chapter 7 and I'm still not certain what a "soul-cell" is

    Anyway, thanks for your help in explaining some of this to me.
     
  2. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I understand your difficulty - mentally hanging on to what a soul-cell is is like hanging on to an eel - constantly slipping out of your fingers. :D

    I'm no longer concerned what folk say about things, a recent change of attitude perhaps down to my age! Sceptics will believe whatever they wish and I have no desire to change any of it.

    I'm glad you're enjoying the book. :)
     
  3. Lola Hoovler

    Lola Hoovler Active Member

    I like your analogy about the eel. That's exactly how it feels.

    I thought I had it nailed (the soul cell), but I am not sure I fully understand it.

    I don't care what sceptics say either. Trying to change their mind is like trying to push a heavy truck up a mountain. I wasn't trying to persuade sceptics - I just think this lady has more on the ball than anyone else I've come across in a long time
     
  4. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Always think on please, Lola, that Julie was essentially like us - just a Spiritualist. The advanced guidance was entirely from Alpha.

    In terms of so-called soul-cells it might be interesting to compare the way Mikey Morgan has explained them with Alpha's way.
     
  5. Lola Hoovler

    Lola Hoovler Active Member

    I'm glad you reminded me. To be honest, I forgot all about Alpha after a while because she writes like she's talking to you in person. How do I find out about Mike Morgan's explanation of soul cells?
     
  6. mac

    mac Staff Member

  7. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Lola I've created this new thread as our conversation has become specialised and doesn't appear to have any interest for other members or at least not enough for anyone to say anything.
     
  8. Lola Hoovler

    Lola Hoovler Active Member

    Oh my God, I forgot all about the other members. l was going on and on about souls starting out occupying inanimate objects and working their way up to plant and animal life before becoming humans. No wonder they didn't respond. I can't imagine what they must have been thinking! I did review some of the C&M links you provided, but still can't distinguish with any accuracy between soul cells and soul groups They both seem to be so nearly alike that it's difficult to distinguish them.
     
  9. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I think it's simply two similar names for the same item. :) The notion of a 'total soul' is a harder concept for me, remembering how it's constituted, what it does.....


    Please don't concern yourself about other members - they have fingers and could type a question easily enough! My guess is that others just haven't been reading this conversation and unless someone sets me straight that's all I have to go on - a guess. Remember, too, that I've been 'talking' about these issues on and off for quite a few years so there have been many others who also haven't shown an interest. There are many forums others can dip into and many, many threads if they don't feel confident about starting a new one.

    There's plenty for pretty much all tastes here on ALF other than for the weird ones. ;)
     
  10. Lola Hoovler

    Lola Hoovler Active Member

    • I too came to the same conclusion that they are similar names for the same thing. I came to that conclusion while reading Julie's book, plus others that I read. A total soul (in my opinion and by reading Julie's book) is one who has learned through eons that its goal has to change from selfish interests to being aware that it is part of a whole, and thus it slowly gets away from the "me" concept and realizes that it is not here to merely survive at any cost. This is a slow process that humankind is still going through (just read the newspapers) and consider people like Martin Luther King. Mahatma Ghandi and Michael Sullivan. Who is Michael Sullivan you might ask. Michael lived in a ghetto type environment and bought a lotto ticket about 10 years ago and won over 5 million dollars. But instead of moving to a better neighborhood and buying a new car (he did buy new furniture), he stayed where he was and gave his much poorer neighbors money to make their lives better. Michael is definitely an example of a total soul. We become a total soul when we are aware that other people are just as important as we are.
     

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