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Definition

Regardless of where in Canada you reside or travel  – Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Regina, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Toronto, Hamilton, Halifax or Montreal,  St John’s, our soul is our spiritual being that dwells inside of our physical body. 

Different religions believe different things about the soul and what it means in terms of the physical world and the spiritual world. 

Immortal

I believe that the soul is immortal, and that the physical body that each of us has is just a vessel in which the soul has chosen to live this life on earth in. 

Our soul is who we are at the core of our being. I believe that our soul is the voice we hear in complete stillness, when we are truly looking inward to our deepest selves. 

Believe

I believe that this is one of the reasons that meditation is so important to our daily lives. You can learn to mediate by practicing yoga alone or taking a yoga teacher training. It is a tool that we can use to strip away the excess noise and distractions to get us closer to being able to hear and listen to what our truest selves have to say to us. 

I believe that when we take the time to meditate, regularly, it is training our physical mind to listen less to what our ego has to say, and more to what our soul, or our truest self has to say. 

If we were able to strip away our ego, which is trying to control and manipulate and hold onto our attachments, we would be left with our soul, which holds all our truest beliefs. 

Life Force 

Our soul is our driving life force. I believe that human beings do not exist without a soul. 

I think that without spiritual practices that the soul can exist, but it can be squashed down by the ego and by the distractions of the physical world, that some people can go through an entire lifetime without being truly aware of their existence. 

In The End

Because the soul is an energy, and not a physical object or being, I believe that the soul is transferred to many different physical bodies over many different lifetimes. 

I believe that each lifetime is chosen by us, carefully, to teach us a new lesson, and to help us grow as spiritual beings