We Come Into Body To Be “Actionable”

I have found that the biggest question humans ask themselves is, “Why do I have this in-body experience?” From my intimate connection to and with Spirit, I have, what I feel, may be some understanding of why we souls take on a body.

From what I perceive, the reason we souls come into a body is to be “actionable” that we may learn from physical missions, purposes and life themes we agree to take on before we incarnate for the sole purpose of expanding our soul’s awareness. I like to call this our “soul path.” We do not have a “soul path” when we are not in a body, we have a spiritual journey. Why is that?

When we are not in body, we cannot apply our thought to an actionable, dense, physical realm to accomplish a goal our soul needs to pursue. On the level of soul, we are a Light Body that has no physicality as dense as when we are in-body and since we are pure thought, that thought can’t do an actionable thing like it does in a body. We can think as a soul but our thoughts can’t be applied to action in the same way as when we are in a body. A body must have motivation to get up and do a thing and a part of what we accomplish as souls in a body is developing the motivation to do the things we came into body as souls to do.

That’s why souls love to come into bodies. It gives them the opportunity to feel and realize a more actionable, sensate reality that is satisfying to Spirit. To soul, there is nothing better than accomplishing its correction through a body. In this respect, having a body is a great and awesome responsibility. You take on a body and you need to discover the owner’s manual to learn how to operate it with maximal efficiency.

The owner’s manual for the human body is found amongst the Akashic Records. Go find it there and learn to use what you have taken on properly that you may accomplish your life’s mission and purpose.


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