Do souls have multiple origins?

QUESTION: Masters my question is about where our souls are coming from. I have heard about star people and souls that are original Mother Earth’s children and angel people. Is that truth that our origin is different? How does it affect our lives? Do star people for example get more help from their own? ~Helena, Finland

ANSWER: All souls originate from the same place: Source energy. Once they have separated from Source, they may then choose a myriad of interesting things to study and experience. Some choose to go off to non-duality planets, such as a star, to explore the reason each was created. Others want only to explore the Earth and see how they fare within the duality that exists only there. And a few decide to remain forever, or at least for a goodly time, at Home, where they act as guides for those on a journey.

Once a soul has had an experience with another soul, they have a shared memory and an idea of the energy signature of the other. This allows them to always recall and know the other in any further situations. They may also plan to assist each other in subsequent ventures. This foreknowledge does not create a bond stronger than any other agreement, but just one that some find more comfortable than others. For this reason a bonding, or fraternity, exists that the soul may find repeating in their lifetimes.

Sometimes a lifetime on a star or a planet may be so strong in the soul’s list of things they desire to learn that they rely on that identity even after entering a lifetime in Earth’s realm. They refer to themselves as being a Star child. That does not mean their origin is from that place, just the immediate identity they choose. A person born in Africa who has moved to Japan may refer to themselves as Japanese after the move, and may retain that sense of identity even if they relocate to a third country. An angel is a guide who has mostly remained at Home but has finally decided to come to Earth.

Help is available for everyone at any time – but you need to ask for it. Nonphysical guides cannot interfere with what you are doing, but they can provide any advice they are asked to give. The openness with which this advice is received often indicates how much you think you are being helped