How Old Is Your Soul?By DAVID GREGG
Take Our Soul Age Test
(The Michael Teachings)
Do you ever wonder just how old is your soul? The following soul age test may provide an answer to your question.
During a reincarnational cycle we evolve through five soul ages: Infant, Baby, Young, Mature, and Old. Each of these soul ages offer various lessons and perspectives to explore during the life. One soul age is not better than the other, only different. An infant soul is just as valid as an old soul.
It can take between eighty to several hundred lifetimes (some souls take more, others less) to complete a reincarnation cycle that includes the five soul age stages. The number of lifetimes, however, doesn't indicate a level of advancement. Some souls merely choose a more expanded experience of life, whereas others only want a survey of it.
The soul age test is comprised of five short sections. Check any statements that apply to you as you take the test. To ensure accuracy, it is important to only respond to those statements that you KNOW to be true, as opposed to what you'd like to THINK is true about yourself. Be ruthlessly honest.
After taking the test below, visit our Soul Age page to learn about the individual attributes and life lessons of each soul age. And SHARE this old soul test with your frends!
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About David Gregg
David is the webmaster of MichaelTeachings.com and also moderates the Michael teachings discussion list at Yahoogroups. He has been a Michael student since 1996 and began channeling as a tool for spiritual enrichment. He is also a professional musician and plays the saxophone, clarinet, and flute, with a lifetime love for jazz and classical music. He enjoys literature and book collecting, and writes short stories in his spare time.
He occasionally writes reviews and profiles of jazz musicians at his jazz blog, Jazz Reader.
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