Many people who work with souls believe that when we die our souls become whole again. All the soul pieces that we lost return to make us whole.
I have a report from Dana Smith where she talks about one time when parts did return. She and some other beings were watching a soul ascend to the light. Just as the soul was about to pass through the boundary between this world and the next, the process stopped. The entities helping the soul to move on told the people watching to go back down and check on the body.
Dana and the other beings did that. As they watched, soul parts began arriving on the bed. They were dressed in old-fashioned travel outfits and looked eager to make their journey. Dana says that in her experience with the dead and dying, they sometimes present in nice travel clothes, but not always. She is not sure if that is just how Spirit speaks to her, so it may not be universal. What she does know is that when her clients show up dressed for travel they are ready to return or cross over.
When the soul parts were assembled, they rose up to meet the soul waiting at the boundary. After the parts were joined up again, the larger soul passed through.
[This is one of the kinds of shamanic work Dana does. If you are interested in more information, her e-mail is DanaSmith_9@yahoo.com.]
I think there are other times when all the pieces don’t get back together. People who do soul retrieval, including me, have brought back soul pieces from previous lifetimes. Sometimes parts of our souls are left behind. I don’t think there is a simple answer for what happens at death.
My advice is to do your work now. Don’t count on being fixed when you die.
And I have a request: Please tell me about your experiences with souls coming back together. Have you seen soul parts gather at death? Have you retrieved pieces from past lives? Is retrieving soul parts from a past life different from retrieving parts from the current life? What did the soul parts look like? Any information will be appreciated.
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