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A ccording to many Western
teachings, our soul is the divine
spark within us that connects
us to the origin of pure light. And the
reason a soul assumes a physical body is
to learn how to achieve balance between
the physical and spiritual through
lessons provided by the earthly, human
experience. It's only when this feat is
accomplished that the soul may return to
its eternal origin, the Source of Original
A similar philosophy is contained in
the beliefs of the Native Americans who
speak of Great Spirit creating souls and
sending them out to Nature Land (Earth)
to learn and evolve. They believe that
after preparing the Sun and Moon and
Water and setting them into place, Great
Spirit arranged for all happenings which
were to occur in Nature Land where all
things were to mingle in harmony. Next,
the Great Spirit caused creatures to be
evolved, from plants to creatures that
swam, crawled, walked and flew and
as they evolved they were able to learn
lessons from one another. Their basic
belief is that all things emanate from, and
belong to, Great Spirit. For this reason,
Spirit is in everything that breathes,
senses, hears, tastes, smells and sees.
The link between our soul's
connection to Original Light and our
current physical incarnation is one we
would all like to access. A young boy asks
Edgar Cayce in Reflections on the Path,
"Where is my soul?" "Your soul looks
through the eyes of your body," Cayce
Jo Buchanan shares
the wonderful world
replies. "It is not separated from its
place of abode in your physicality."
Carl Jung once had a dream that
revealed his soul's connection to his
physical body. In the dream, he was on
a hiking trip and came across a little
chapel by the wayside. On entering, he
expected to see the customary image of
the Virgin or a crucifix on the altar, but
to his astonishment he saw a yogi in
lotus position, deep in meditation. Jung
continues: "When I looked at him more
clearly, I realised that he had my face. I
started in profound fright and awoke
with the thought, 'Aha, so he is the
one who is meditating me. He has a
dream...and I am it.' I knew that when he
awakened I would no longer be."
The Ancient Egyptians believed that
upon death, the soul embarked on a
journey where the challenge was to
ascend from a world of darkness into
Light. The original title of the Egyptian
Book of the Dead is interpreted as
"coming forth into the day", or "coming
forth into the light".
One of the most mystical places on
earth to experience "coming forth into
the day" is in the Sahara Desert.
Witnessing the ascent of Ra, the sun
god, lighting up the sky, transforming
it from inky black to
shades of crimson
and orange, then to
pink and purple and,
finally, to gold feels like an
energy transfusion. It is
a "lifting of spirit", as the
light of a new day streams
through one's entire being,
touching everyone and
everything in sight.
Below is one of my
favourite pieces written
about the transition of
the soul. It was written
by an archbishop of the
Glastonbury Cathedral in the
"When the body is whole essence returns and becomes united
with the heavens." - Chinese sage, Zhuangzi
WHAT IS DYING?
A ship sails and I stand watching till it
fades on the horizon.
Someone at my side says, "He is gone".
Gone from my sight, that is all.
He is just as large as when I saw him.
The diminished size and total loss of
sight is in me, not him.
And just at that moment, when
someone at my side says,
"He is gone",
there are others who are watching
And other voices take up the glad
"Here he comes!"
And that is dying.
PICTURES: JANNE SALO
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