A soul first decides its life purpose and the life lessons it has to learn in this lifetime and then chooses a body and circumstances that will help fulfil its life purpose. A soul reincarnates with all the tools it needs for that particular life – soul companions, soul mates, circumstances, mind & body.
They say a child inherits genes from 7 generations from both parents. Scientific studies have proved that taller people earn more money than their shorter counterparts and better looking people are more successful. This is not about the aberrations of self made billionaires who are short and unattractive but a generalised way of life. I would not have had the life I have or the opportunities if I looked different.
You don’t have a soul, you are the soul, you have a body. Your gifts, your circumstances, your life purpose, your imperfections, your journey, your karma are all connected. Embrace them and work with them to accomplish what you incarnated for. It’s a job only you can do. If you’re an indigo it’s time to awaken and take your place now!
Michael Phelps, the most successful and decorated Olympian of all time was born with the body and mind he needed for this purpose. Not wanting to take away from the years of hard work, single minded focus and determination and brutal training that he endured; it just wouldn’t have been possible with any other body, mind or circumstances. If this soul was born in a body like mine, in Africa where women have limited opportunities, no amount of hard work or training would have achieved a fraction of what the ‘Superfish’ achieved.
We have all evolved from fish (Apes didn’t exist 3.6 billion years ago). Phelps is still 4% fish. His longer than normal arm span allows him to pull an absurd amount of water and his huge palms and long arms work like powerful boat paddles. Double jointed ankles bend 15 degrees more than most swimmers and his size 14 feet are more like flippers. A long upper body & short lower body are completely disproportionate but absolutely perfect for swimming and fulfilling his life purpose.
Phelps’ body produces only half the lactic acid other elite athletes produce. This substantially reduces his recovery time, which means he can train harder & faster than other swimmers. This Superfish has a Superhuman workout six hours a day six days a week. He swims 80km a week plus training in the pool plus gym workouts. And he consumes 12,000 calories a day.
Now try visualising that same workout and diet in your body. My body wouldn’t last a day. His willpower, his nerves of steel, grit and determination; his mind, body and soul are completely in sync, working seamlessly to fulfill his life purpose. Phelps’ soul chose the perfect vehicle for its journey.
Everything in the Universe is an algorithm, it is perfectly calculated. Nothing is accidental. A soul cannot accidentally choose the wrong body or a wrong life purpose. I was an accidental baby, so I thought I was accidentally born in the wrong body to the wrong parents & I’m living a life that wasn’t supposed to be mine. I always thought it’s one big mistake but I now know that my soul chose this body and these life experiences for this lifetime. If your path is more difficult it’s because your calling is higher.
My soul chose my parents, circumstances and a very difficult journey of being abandoned as a baby and all the trials and tribulations that I went through as a child. I understand that there is a purpose to my difficult childhood. My soul had to learn certain lessons. It is only because I was alone as a baby, I started walking when I was 8 months old and wearing my shoes when I was 2. It has made me a person who can survive anywhere alone. At age 7 I had a life threatening accident which left me disfigured; I spent the next year or two in hospital having corrective surgeries. Those years were a blur, I was mostly unconscious. A nurse called Mary gave me a photograph of Mother Mary & said I should pray to her for a miracle. This is the only incident I remember of those years.
I haven’t met anyone who could have lived my life. It’s taken me a long time to love, accept and own my life. I understand that I am exactly where I need to be, with the people I am meant to be with and doing what I’m supposed to be doing.