Are there soul groups?

QUESTION: Masters do we really have soul groups? There is a teacher that explains that we are like in each other’s “orbits” and that we are meant to meet lifetime after lifetime. I found these so nice because in some way I’m scared of losing my loved ones. Is this correct? Can you tell me something about this? ~Mavi, Argentina

ANSWER: Every soul was broken off from Source energy. The very last separation of each is energy almost identical to their own. This soul is called your twin flame, and together, the only thing that matters to each of you is sharing your energy with the other. That is why it is very unusual for twin flames to be incarnate at the same time.

Think of an assembly line of souls being individualized. The energy of the souls immediately around you is easily recognized by you because it mimics the feelings that you have. If any of the souls made during the same period are near you on Earth, you sense the sameness of your energy. You will think that you know them but understand that you have never met on Earth before. These are your soul mates.

The intensity of that sense of “sameness” extends to the 72 souls who arrived before you and the 72 souls who came after, a total of 144 souls. That is what is referred to as your soul group. No two soul groups are identical because the soul who comes before you has their group of 72 end one soul before you. The closer the soul is to you in conception, the stronger is your ability to identify them.

You come to Earth, into the negative positive duality, in order to learn lessons. Each trip that you make is determined by you alone and involves only things you have decided to explore. For this reason, it is rare to have too many “friends” or soul mates accompany you because they would detract from your learning process. You do meet them again when you return Home.

Your physical relatives are rarely members of your soul group unless you have decided to assist each other in learning a particular lesson. You never ever lose those souls with whom you have shared anything, either on Earth, or at Home. This journey is a solo affair and is supposed to be for you to exercise your freedom of choice to decide what happens. The maturation process is your accepting full responsibility for your decisions and learning the things you came to experience.