Christy asked me a question about soul mates. I thought I’d answer her here because you might want my answer as well. By the way Christy, I spell my name with a capital “D” and “J.” Her email is below:
Dajuana, if you could help me out with this question because I am curious to know your response to this. There are few great psychics and mediums in the lime light should I say, and I have heard a couple psychics (No names) on the air mention that there is no such thing as soulmates. They speak in which it’s like you have different mates per each life. I can understand that we all work things out according to our chart and each person plays a different role. I just always thought that when a new soul begins it’s splits into two parts of each other, kind of like the female and male aspects making it a soulmate. I could be wrong, I dunno. I would greatly appreciate any response you have on this. Help me clear my confused head on this subject. Thanks Dajuna. Have a nice day.
This is a very good question. I can give you the answer I know from what I’ve learned from the other side and what I’ve psychically seen. It’s also in my book, “Ghosts Talk,” along with myriads of other items I’ve seen and heard. But I digress. Back to your question.
We all come from the same divine spirit, the mother and father of all that is. So if you want to look at it in that way, we, along with everything God has ever made, are soul mates. Most spirits recognize that divine spark even though the human part of them might have diluted the feeling just a bit. Generally like souls like to reincarnate together time and again. As we live each life, others who need to learn lessons along the same lines join us to learn with us. In one life they may be your husband, brother or father and come back in another to be something different.
In the beginning, God split into many parts not just two. He/She became heaven and earth, encompassing everything you can imagine and more. And we can continue to split away from God but still be a part of Him or Her as soul mates. Hope I’ve made myself clear. If not, please let me know.
“Love thy neighbor as thyself,” for there is a very good reason. We’re all souls of God.