Levels of the Soul

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, June 10, 2012


A beautiful friend of mine recommended I read this book titled..."Messages from Michael".

The book has messages from Michael as he spoke with a woman and her group through channeling.

I found this book extremely touching as it connected with my soul.

There are seven levels of the soul, five of which reveal themselves in the physical plane.

The first level of the soul is the "Infant Soul or Firstborn Soul".

In this level,  "The motto of the Infant Soul is "let's not do it" .

The infant soul cannot handle demands or new situations and find them terrifying.

They only know love through lust.

The second level is "The Baby Soul".

This soul's motto is " do it right or not at all".

The Baby Soul "expresses anger and negative emotional energy".

Sexually, Baby soul's are prudish and see shame in sex.

They are obsessed with their bodily functions.

The third level is "The Young Soul".

"The motto of the Young Soul is "do it my way" ".

Here is where the "movers and shakers are found".

Nuns and monks are also in this soul's category.

Sexually, these Young Soul's are on a quest of "sexual freedom" and if others don't meet their expectations, then the Young Soul will have sexual conflicts with their sexual urges.

The Young Soul is concerned with the physical body and because of it, the lessons will not be learned and they return quickly back to earth after death.

The forth level is "The Mature Soul".

"The motto of The Mature Soul is "do it any place but here".

Tough life lessons are brought to the "Mature Soul".

They are sensitive to different vibrations of others and have a hard time removing themselves from them, even though they know they are uncomfortable at times.

They are in true conquest of something and seek to find it but are confused on what it may be.

When partnered with the right mate, they are wonderful lovers and share deep love if their "inner conflicts are resolved".

When partnered with the wrong mate, there is "infidelity, impotency, frigidity and apathy".

The fifth level is the "Old Soul".

"The motto of the Old Soul is "you do what you want to and I'll do what I want".

The Old Souls know that there is something greater than themselves and understand that problems that arise are from the personality and not the essence of self.

The Old Soul feels that "sex adds nothing to its life".

The sixth and seventh level of the soul is " The Infinite and Transcendental Souls".

They do not need motto's as the are non physical souls.

These souls rarely want to reincarnate into the physical body, but if they do decide to, it is related to spiritual purposes on the planet.

If they return, they do not seek physical union with others and sexual activity no longer exists for them.

I found these levels of the soul to be very helpful in understanding the 'feelings' that come through me when I am around other souls as well as how I fit into to this world.

I hope that you find this post helpful in understanding the soul's path and the different phases IT passes through to reach the next level of wisdom.

This information provided on this post was just scratching the surface of the entirety of the the messages from Michael!

There is a enormous amount of wisdom given in the book about what the soul goes through during the levels of learning.

It is a great read!

Check it out:)









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Levels of the Soul

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, June 10, 2012


A beautiful friend of mine recommended I read this book titled..."Messages from Michael".

The book has messages from Michael as he spoke with a woman and her group through channeling.

I found this book extremely touching as it connected with my soul.

There are seven levels of the soul, five of which reveal themselves in the physical plane.

The first level of the soul is the "Infant Soul or Firstborn Soul".

In this level,  "The motto of the Infant Soul is "let's not do it" .

The infant soul cannot handle demands or new situations and find them terrifying.

They only know love through lust.

The second level is "The Baby Soul".

This soul's motto is " do it right or not at all".

The Baby Soul "expresses anger and negative emotional energy".

Sexually, Baby soul's are prudish and see shame in sex.

They are obsessed with their bodily functions.

The third level is "The Young Soul".

"The motto of the Young Soul is "do it my way" ".

Here is where the "movers and shakers are found".

Nuns and monks are also in this soul's category.

Sexually, these Young Soul's are on a quest of "sexual freedom" and if others don't meet their expectations, then the Young Soul will have sexual conflicts with their sexual urges.

The Young Soul is concerned with the physical body and because of it, the lessons will not be learned and they return quickly back to earth after death.

The forth level is "The Mature Soul".

"The motto of The Mature Soul is "do it any place but here".

Tough life lessons are brought to the "Mature Soul".

They are sensitive to different vibrations of others and have a hard time removing themselves from them, even though they know they are uncomfortable at times.

They are in true conquest of something and seek to find it but are confused on what it may be.

When partnered with the right mate, they are wonderful lovers and share deep love if their "inner conflicts are resolved".

When partnered with the wrong mate, there is "infidelity, impotency, frigidity and apathy".

The fifth level is the "Old Soul".

"The motto of the Old Soul is "you do what you want to and I'll do what I want".

The Old Souls know that there is something greater than themselves and understand that problems that arise are from the personality and not the essence of self.

The Old Soul feels that "sex adds nothing to its life".

The sixth and seventh level of the soul is " The Infinite and Transcendental Souls".

They do not need motto's as the are non physical souls.

These souls rarely want to reincarnate into the physical body, but if they do decide to, it is related to spiritual purposes on the planet.

If they return, they do not seek physical union with others and sexual activity no longer exists for them.

I found these levels of the soul to be very helpful in understanding the 'feelings' that come through me when I am around other souls as well as how I fit into to this world.

I hope that you find this post helpful in understanding the soul's path and the different phases IT passes through to reach the next level of wisdom.

This information provided on this post was just scratching the surface of the entirety of the the messages from Michael!

There is a enormous amount of wisdom given in the book about what the soul goes through during the levels of learning.

It is a great read!

Check it out:)









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Levels of the Soul

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, June 10, 2012


A beautiful friend of mine recommended I read this book titled..."Messages from Michael".

The book has messages from Michael as he spoke with a woman and her group through channeling.

I found this book extremely touching as it connected with my soul.

There are seven levels of the soul, five of which reveal themselves in the physical plane.

The first level of the soul is the "Infant Soul or Firstborn Soul".

In this level,  "The motto of the Infant Soul is "let's not do it" .

The infant soul cannot handle demands or new situations and find them terrifying.

They only know love through lust.

The second level is "The Baby Soul".

This soul's motto is " do it right or not at all".

The Baby Soul "expresses anger and negative emotional energy".

Sexually, Baby soul's are prudish and see shame in sex.

They are obsessed with their bodily functions.

The third level is "The Young Soul".

"The motto of the Young Soul is "do it my way" ".

Here is where the "movers and shakers are found".

Nuns and monks are also in this soul's category.

Sexually, these Young Soul's are on a quest of "sexual freedom" and if others don't meet their expectations, then the Young Soul will have sexual conflicts with their sexual urges.

The Young Soul is concerned with the physical body and because of it, the lessons will not be learned and they return quickly back to earth after death.

The forth level is "The Mature Soul".

"The motto of The Mature Soul is "do it any place but here".

Tough life lessons are brought to the "Mature Soul".

They are sensitive to different vibrations of others and have a hard time removing themselves from them, even though they know they are uncomfortable at times.

They are in true conquest of something and seek to find it but are confused on what it may be.

When partnered with the right mate, they are wonderful lovers and share deep love if their "inner conflicts are resolved".

When partnered with the wrong mate, there is "infidelity, impotency, frigidity and apathy".

The fifth level is the "Old Soul".

"The motto of the Old Soul is "you do what you want to and I'll do what I want".

The Old Souls know that there is something greater than themselves and understand that problems that arise are from the personality and not the essence of self.

The Old Soul feels that "sex adds nothing to its life".

The sixth and seventh level of the soul is " The Infinite and Transcendental Souls".

They do not need motto's as the are non physical souls.

These souls rarely want to reincarnate into the physical body, but if they do decide to, it is related to spiritual purposes on the planet.

If they return, they do not seek physical union with others and sexual activity no longer exists for them.

I found these levels of the soul to be very helpful in understanding the 'feelings' that come through me when I am around other souls as well as how I fit into to this world.

I hope that you find this post helpful in understanding the soul's path and the different phases IT passes through to reach the next level of wisdom.

This information provided on this post was just scratching the surface of the entirety of the the messages from Michael!

There is a enormous amount of wisdom given in the book about what the soul goes through during the levels of learning.

It is a great read!

Check it out:)









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