The Soul’s Conflict With Worldly Attachments
The typical attachment trauma is an excellent example of how a conflict manifests between the different layers of our being. Remember, the higher aspect of ourselves, which we call Soul, is our true self. It exists eternally until it merges with the source. The Soul is aligned towards freedom, flow, gratitude, and living in the now. A mind program that is based on an attachment trauma is quite the opposite. It seeks to control, maintain artificial order, is based on fear, and is mostly focused on the future combined with regrets concerning the past. We could say that the ego handling the steering wheel contradicts the captain, which is the Soul.
Mutiny becomes the inner conflict.
Usually, “Captain Soul” is pretty good-natured with our ego-personality. Still, if our higher aspect realizes that we went off too far from the course towards our soul mission, he starts sabotaging the whole boat. Therefore, the body develops a disease. The Soul is even willing to cancel the entire mission and abandon the ship if every attempt to change the route becomes futile. The stubborn ego is just unwilling to reconsider a certain crucial belief it upholds. That is mostly when the body creates a deadly disease like cancer because the Soul has decided to abord the current incarnation. It uses the illness to get rid of the body-mind complex to initiate a restart—we call it “respawn” in computer games.
Syncing Mind and Soul creates a Flow-state.
The art of harmonic and healthy living is to synchronize ego-mind and Soul. If both aspects act coherently, life becomes a flow-state. We are living our full potential and experience true abundance. If this harmony is our goal in life, we must overcome false and pathological imprints. Those are essential mind programs that we either created ourselves due to trauma or those we allowed to infiltrate us because we consented to certain doctrines of society that we never dared to question. For such an endeavor, a Creative Homeopath comes in handy. A different perspective, combined with experience, can help us identify and neutralize those mental parasites or noxious thought-forms.