What Are Soul Groups?
By Rachel Keene Every one of us has a group of souls we are spiritually connected to, just that li...
Every one of us has a group of souls we are spiritually connected to, just that little more than we are connected with the collective consciousness.
A group we are meant to connect with in both the spirit world, and here by choice in physical form. This is our soul group.
The group could be you, and one other person, or several people. Our spirit guides are also part of our soul group.
People from our soul group come into our lives at seemingly random times, but in fact these meetings were prearranged between us in spirit before we came here.
We agree to connect and enable each other to learn a lesson or many lessons depending on how long we have arranged to be in each others lifetime. This is why some people are only fleetingly but intensely involved in our lives, then move on.
Maybe you have felt a connection when you met someone for the first time, a feeling like you have known them forever,” an instant rapport?
Even the use of the internet has brought soul groups together, so feeling a connection with someone on the other side of the world is not so strange.
However, meeting someone on the same path is not quite the same as meeting someone in your soul group, there is a difference in the intensity of feeling.
So how do we recognize someone from our soul group?
Well, another soul group member speaks the same language spiritually. We recognize their energy, not their appearance.
You feel like you met somewhere before (but know you didn’t).
You could find yourself finishing each others sentences, or having the same ideas at the same time, on the same subject, out of the blue.
Verbal or other forms of communication often overlap, e.g. phone calls, e-mails…
Quite often you will feel a pull towards that person which surpasses any emotional connection you could possibly have built up in the short time you have known them.
It is important to remember it will always be felt reciprocally if they are a truly a member of the same soul group. This is no excuse for fixating on someone who clearly does not want to know!
You have an awareness when you are around this person that you are going through something important together that will make you even more spiritually aware when that journey comes to an end.
Do you recognise anyone in your life now or in the past who belongs to your soul group? Think about those people who have created these feelings in you, and even if they are no longer in your life today, think about what knowing them this time around taught you.
Whether we have good or bad experiences with them doesn’t matter – there is great value in all of the experiences you will have had as a result of knowing each other again in this lifetime!
Learn everything about soul groups and the life between lives, by reading Dr. Michael Newton's life work here.