During profound stress, pain or other trauma, human
beings often experience what is called "soul
loss"--meaning, the loss of aspects of one's soul. Such
events as loss of a loved one, automobile accident,
surgery, addiction, combat trauma, abortion or miscarriage,
and physical abuse are the prime causes.

When a soul is fragmented one may no longer remember
the details of the traumatic incidents that caused the
fragmentation. The "lost" soul aspect effectively has taken
those memories with it. When a soul part leaves, it may
also take with it a measure of one's vitality. The more
severe the trauma, the more life force is depleted.

People who have lost soul aspects may suffer chronic
illnesses in childhood as a result of this reduced life force.
One example of soul fragmenting occurs because of
childhood sexual abuse. Here, parts of the soul literally
leave because the event is too painful.

If the soul fragmentation is severe enough, such illnesses
as schizophrenia may occur. Because the integrity of the
parts to the whole is broken down, recovery is seen as an
impossibility. Further, the will may become vulnerable to
negative entity attachment.

Having fragments remain "unincorporated" between
lifetimes affects karma because issues encapsulated in the
consciousness of those fragments remain unresolved. In
addition, if we remain unconscious of our other
multi-incarnational lives, we bring them with us to our "next"
incarnation, hopefully to awaken us to the reality that
they're "out there."

Eliza Carroll MS
Intuitive Spiritual Counselor/Aura Healer
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