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Will the Soul be the Same in a Future Pregnancy?

This post is inspired by a question from an anonymous reader who had to terminate a pregnancy for medical reasons. She felt a special connection with the soul who was her baby and asks The Council if it will return in a future pregnancy.

The Council is happy she doesn’t feel bad about terminating this pregnancy and says that half her lesson was learned when she let the child go and was okay with it. They ask her to reflect on this and see what feelings come up for her.

They say it’s always possible for the soul to return if an agreement was made that way, but ask if that’s so important, and if another soul was to come to her would it be a disappointment. The Council says they see this soul returning to A., but what if there were others after that? Would it be loved any less?

Listen to the full 5-minute recording of this session to get the whole story.

Copyright ℗ 2015 Bob & Cynthia Dukes

February 4, 2015 - Posted by | Agreement, Audio Content, Love, Questions & Answers, Soul | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Thank you for that perspective. It resonates with information I’ve heard from other sources; that a soul can come into another baby if there is an agreement to do so. I have a friend who told me that her son’s soul didn’t merge into his body until the moment he came out of her.

    Comment by mariner2mother | February 5, 2015 | Reply

    • We don’t know about your friends son, but we’re under the impression from The Council that souls don’t wait much longer than 3 months to merge with the fetus. Thought you’d like to know.

      Comment by Cynthia & Bob | February 8, 2015 | Reply

      • Thank you. In her experience (obviously, she is quite psychic), when she worked in a hospital, she saw some cases when the soul was attached to a baby by a fine chord, but wasn’t fully merged or physically integrated into the body until after an immediate (when it was born) health crisis passed. In at least one case, the integration never occurred, as the newborn died. I don’t know how The Council defines merged. What my friend observed was that the soul was with the body, but not physically integrated into it.

        Comment by mariner2mother | February 8, 2015 | Reply


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