Revision: 7 Jun 2023
- Nonincarnating and nonlocal aspect of self.
- Soul supports the local, incarnating self by making choices in nonlocal consciousness that produce changes in local experience.
- There is one Suprasoul that ramifies into a multiplicity of souls.
- All souls are subpatterns of the one Suprasoul.
- The pattern of soul consists of recursively defined layers that are all in correspondence.
- The collectivity of souls corresponds to layers of soul.
- The degree of collectivity of soul increases as awareness, and increases as awareness increases.
- Identification determines how much of the pattern of soul is available in awareness. One who is identified as an individual seems to have an individual soul. One who identifies more broadly seems to have a soul group. One who identifies as all that is has access to the suprasoul. For one who is not identified, neither self nor soul is meaningful.