As an old soul, you want lives that fill you with a greater sense of spiritual meaning. Many old souls find this meaning by engaging in spiritual acts that benefit others. Those acts also help balancing your soul’s challenging past life experiences.
In this week’s broadcast, Ainslie shares two inspiring stories that illustrate how Spiritual Acts can help us find meaning in our lives. Click the video below to watch.
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YOUR SOUL’S SEARCH FOR MEANING IS TIED TO YOUR SOUL’S AGE AND PERSONALITY
Younger souls are happy to explore all sorts of lives, simply for the growth they offer. But old souls are pickier. You want lives that give your soul a greater sense of spiritual meaning.
Since you choose your personality for the voyage, it’s always useful to start there.
For a Spiritualist soul type, meaning comes from having a sense of higher purpose. From doing something bigger than themselves – something that heals and helps others.
THE SOUL PURPOSE OF A SPIRITUALIST IS DEFINED BY SPIRITUAL ACTS
As a beggar in a past like in India, one of Ainslie’s clients had his life plan derailed when he developed cataracts. Ainslie, through his spirit guides, encouraged the client to balance the effects of his previous life by helping poor people get eye surgery for cataracts.
Today, his client follows his soul purpose through a foundation he began that has already helped over 100,000 people regain their eyesight from cataract surgery.
A SOUL PURPOSE TO CONTINUE EXPLORATION OF A PAST LIFE PASSION
When Ainslie’s spirit guides shared that a new client had been involved in the development of the world’s first submarines and that his specialty was “pitch, yaw, and roll,” he asked the client if that resonated with him. It did.
The client shared dozens of designs and inventions that all incorporated “pitch, yaw, and roll,” a theme that had followed him from his past life into this one. Ainslie sees this kind of thing all the time in his sessions. It’s karmic, and what many old souls do to find meaning.
If you love to play piano in this life, or love dancing, or baking, or gardening, chances are good that you’re picking up on something you loved doing in another life. By embracing a passion, you’ll help your soul find its meaning, too.
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