The Causes of Soul Loss
Soul loss can occur at any time in one’s life.
Soul loss occurs when a fragment of the soul leaves the body to help it cope with the shock from a traumatic event.
The trauma doesn’t necessarily have to be physical to cause a soul loss.
Emotional and psychological trauma can also cause significant soul loss in an individual.
Events that can cause soul loss in an individual are:
- Physical, sexual, or emotional abuse
- Being in war
- Major surgery
- Community violence
- Natural disasters
- Death of a loved one
- Being forced to act against one’s morals
- Experiencing rejection
- Repeated oppression
- Prolonged grief
- Humiliating experience
Soul loss in childhood can have long-term consequences and can negatively affect the wellbeing of a person.
People can also go through soul loss in abusive relationships.
The reaction to a traumatic event can vary from person to person. The severity of soul loss symptoms may vary with different people. What causes a significant soul loss in one person may not cause soul loss in someone else.
A traumatic experience may be denied as something that negatively affects the natural condition of the soul. The response to a traumatic event would depend upon an individual’s background, their level of awareness, their personality, and the strength of their willpower.
Soul loss can also occur as a result of soul theft, where a person takes a part of the soul of another person to gain control over them and compensate for their soul loss.
Sometimes, in relationships, people give a part of their soul to someone else, in an attempt to form a deeper connection with them. Soul theft can also happen in cases where a person envies someone else and wishes to be like them.
If you’re ready to bring Soul Retrieval into your private practice, join us for Glow Up™: A Soul Retrieval Intensive – Reclaiming Pieces of the Fractured Self on September 24th – 26th.
Learn about soul loss, the causes of soul loss, soul retrieval, and the importance of mending the fragmented self.