Written by Gary Wonning
There is always controversy concerning the human soul and what it is, if it exists at all.
We can’t actually see the soul and many people believe that if something can’t be seen, it doesn’t exist. They forget that we can’t see electricity but we all know electricity exists.
I think most clear thinking people do believe we have a soul. Falsely thinking that we are a body who has a soul, when in actuality, we are a soul that occupies a human body.
Our soul is who we really are, we only occupy a body in order to be able to express ourselves in a worldly form.
Along with this issue, many debate when and if the soul enters the human body.
My personal opinion is the soul enters the fetus at conception, it only makes sense that the soul would need time to acclimate itself with its new form of transportation for the next ninety or so years. The soul may come and for for a time during pregnancy while it decides if it really wants to experience the chosen life, but in the long run, the soul is almost always present in the fetus.
The soul needs this time, along with childhood to to learn its new environment and to adjust to its new body.
There is also discussion as to whether the soul leaves the body when a person is in a coma after a traumatic life experience.
Many people, after recovering from a coma relive experiences they encountered while in a coma, sometimes remembering going somewhere to learn new skills and talents.
Often times after they re-enter the human existence, their lifestyle and belief structure changes completely, often to the amazement of fellow workers and friends.
This would mean that the soul of a person in a coma is no longer in its body, especially if the body is on life support. The human body is then supported by artificial means, leaving the soul to wander about the universe as it pleases.
Many times the person can remember meeting Jesus, God, or some other spiritual leader, which often changes their life completely and they go on to accomplish many acts which they wouldn’t not have had the skills before the out of body experience.
We actually think with our soul, the brain is just a physical manifestation of our soul, the vehicle which enables the body to function, taking orders from our soul or Higher Self.
In my way of thinking, the body cannot function on it’s own without a soul.
It would be like trying to operate a computer without a hard drive.
His travels have taken him to most of the United States, as well as Australia, Belize, Egypt and the Canary Islands.
He has studied the Mayan culture of Central America as well as the aborigines of Australia. Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in various parts of the world.
He has published several books about his adventures.
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