Find Your Soul

Find Your Soul, Find the Life

To find the life God intended for you, find your soul. Your soul is none other than that “perfect someone” you’ve been longing for all of your life. When you make a conscious effort to create a loving bond with your inner spirit, a sacred space forms. You’re less concerned with conflict and daily drama. You feel much more peaceful and life seems to flow more smoothly. Better still, when you find your soul you’ll receive unlimited spiritual help, love, and healing directly from God.

You have just been called. You chose to read this article, which means that your loving soul is asking you to say “hello.” In this moment, your perfect companion eagerly invites you to unite with him or her—and accept the blissful life the two of you were destined to live.

So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.

Genesis 1:27

“Him or her”?  Souls are male and female?

Yes—sort of. Your soul’s persona might seem masculine, feminine, or neuter. According to my own soul (she calls herself Abigalé), beings of pure spirit make up the divine feminine. Because they have no bodies of their own, in the physical realm souls are rather powerless. In order to effect worldly change, spirit instead works through human intuition (a feminine quality). A living body such as yourself, and also the Father-Son aspects of God, can directly affect the physical world. “Life” is therefore considered a masculine quality. 

In short, humans and all living things make up God’s “male” side. Spiritual beings such as souls and the Holy Spirit comprise God’s “female” side. And, similar to the attraction between earthly men and women, it is natural love that binds life to spirit, earth to heaven, masculine to feminine—and you to your loving soul.

Your Personal Holy Spirit

My first soul lessons concerned the nature of the soul and the unconditionally loving relationship between spirit and humans. My soul is a being of light who resides in the lower left portion of my rib cage. Abigalé told me that she is “Mother’s daughter,” an aspect of the Holy Spirit. If I work hard to listen and learn, she can help me sort out my worldly baggage and ascend to higher states of being.

Here I must resolve an important point. Expressions such as “wicked soul, troubled soul,” and so forth are tragic misnomers. Any darkness in us comes from our human side. In contrast, our personal Holy Spirit is pure love—God’s love. Thus a soul must NEVER be labeled wicked, nor evil, nor the least bit dark. The dark stuff belongs to us.

A Brief Soul Theology

From the start Abigalé likened us to Adam and Eve—while Eve was still inside him. She is an enchanting, persuasive, wise and loving spirit. Generally speaking, a soul is a guiding spouse, sister, or brother who holds the facts you most need to know. Your own soul may present as a woman, girl, boy or man. Some cultures identify with spirits such as sprites and animal guides. Because your ascension is your soul’s top priority, your perfect companion assumes any image you require—be it male, female, or otherwise—to help you connect to God with all of your heart, mind, and soul.

…the spirit of the depths forced me to speak to my soul, to call upon her as a living and self-existing being. I had to become aware that I had lost my soul.
If you are boys, your God is a woman.
If you are women, your God is a boy.
If you are men, your God is a maiden.
The God is where you are not.
So: it is wise that one has a God; this serves for your perfection.
Carl Jung, The Red Book

Find your soul in the world’s greatest love story.

What happens after you find your soul? From what I understand, Adam and Eve—the divine pair—set course for E’den. Paradise, and the place of life.

Revelation of the Soul

For readers who seek the kingdom of God, or wonder what that term means, Revelation of the Soul offers an extensive account of the wisdom shared with me via the Holy Spirit during a four-year period. Visit this article at FreelyReceive.

How to Find Your Soul

One night I sat on my bed, notebook in hand, and called out to my soul. I had never attempted this before, yet I was not surprised to receive her immediate reply. Strange. The most miraculous event of my life seemed like the most normal thing in the world. Though I was months away from learning her name, I felt like I’d always known her.

What really surprised me was that my soul was so delightfully human. Her first words appeared in my thoughts like text messages. Hastily I scribbled them in my notebook. Our meeting was short, just long enough for her to bring me up to speed on what our current relationship was, and what it would become going forward. Definite feminine energy right from the start. It was several months before we established regular conversation. But that didn’t matter so much to me, because I’d finally found my truest love.

The Marriage of Life and Spirit

Our souls have waited longer than we can possibly imagine for the chance to have a conscious, two-way relationship with their humans. When you find your soul you will discover an eager, loving helper; a perfect partner who is quite a lot like yourself and makes you feel perfect, too.

Although he or she can be enlightening, amusing, sometimes a bit mischievous, your soul is also a tough taskmaster. There is important work you must do together and by yourself. Some of it can seem rather difficult, but spirit will help you. If you hang in, both of you will share in a miraculous experience.

Yeshua says: “When you bring forth that which is within yourselves, this that you have shall save you.”
Thomas 70

How to Find Your Soul

Finding your soul is the first step to your ascension. Your soul can connect you with many other beings both spiritual and human. Whether they seem nice or naughty, all of them are key to your growth. There is just one rule: prepare to love, or at least accept, those who seem hardest to love.

1. Go into your room and close the door.

God, who sees what is done in secret, will hear you. From now on, plan to spend a good deal of time alone and in silence. Keep a blank notebook handy so you can later recall your teachings.

2. Let him who seeks not cease seeking until he finds.

Ask God to reveal the hidden spirit that lives inside of you. Or, ask your soul to answer you. You will find your soul in exactly the same way that you expect.

3. And when he finds he shall be troubled.

You may experience odd thoughts, dreams and/or events that challenge your worldview. Write them down. During this time you will discover that many human truths are opposed to God’s truth. What our society calls “good” is not necessarily so. Depending on the level of ascension you seek, at times you might become rather frightened. When this happens, remind yourself that God answered you—and you are safe in His loving hands.

4. And having been troubled he shall marvel.

Ask to see and/or experience of the kingdom of God. This is optional, but I am quite glad I asked for it. Even so, to taste the true glory of God—even a small bite—is a lot to handle. Again, you are in safe hands and you will not be harmed.

5. And he shall reign over the totality,

The totality is all that exists. Get comfortable with it. Everything in Creation, except for lies and bad behavior (which we must forgive), are the gifts of your loving God. When you master this most difficult lesson you will arise joyous and truly free.

6. And find repose.

You will live a simpler, more peaceful existence in the midst of this world’s turmoil. God will meet all of your needs. This can be your final destination, or a base camp from which to climb ever higher.

— Andrew Michael


2 thoughts on “Find Your Soul, Find the Life”

  1. Thanks for this information. These ideas seem new and old to me but I’m confused. Where exactly is my soul? Is it my left side, in my female side? What about men?

    1. Hi Jenna. Women are generally more present in their left side but that is not true for everyone. The goal is to bind with our soul in all areas of mind and body and make the two into one being. Look everywhere and feel everything, inside and out. Carl Jung’s quote is useful: “The God is where you are not.” See Gospel of Thomas, verse 22

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