1 Care for your body. The body is where the soul dwells as one does one’s job.
2 FV—What is the difference between the spirit and the soul?
3 CFKW—Both are the same. Two names for the same thing, except that the spirit, in essence, has densified, and it is called the soul. When the body dies, that soul is then called the spirit.
4 What you call ‘spirits,’ pluralizing the soul’s essence, which is the spirit’s densified form, by naming them ‘spirits’ is when one becomes confused. You see? That’s how the world has become confused over such terms.
5 Like with everything, it is only playing with words, but in truth, it’s all about spirits— the individualized essence of the self—the entity, without a physical body.
6 The physical body is only transitory. It is so short-lived throughout the journey that it doesn’t even have a name, but its relation with the spirit is as a human being. You see? The soul is the spirit as it densifies—the last essence of creation in a denser form.
7 FV—Are denser forms out there?
8 CFKW— Oh yes! Much denser paths, with much more density, with a greater load, with a greater karmic load, where karma translates to the heavy load the spirit carries with it. The weight the spirit bares while in its individuality as one seeks the way; as one seeks for oneself.
9 And the denser one becomes, the farther away from oneself one becomes—as one sees oneself in the image of Universalism you saw yesterday.
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A8- Denser karmic load is only one of many aspects of karma about this particular insight of Higher Truth, not to imply that karma is of negative essence since the karmic spectrum is inconceivable to the human mind.
A9- Cross-reference with T12060873918 “Universalism.” The ‘image of Universalism’ refers to the visualization I was given to live it firsthand from their intent.