I haven't met anyone else with my soul origin and if Chris Thomas is to be believed, then there are only 98,000 of us on the planet right now, so when I do meet one it will not be by chance, I'm sure.
For me this soul manifests itself in a deep love of nature, of plants, animals all the way down to insects and microscopic life. I find it all fascinating and beautiful and it never ceases to amaze me how wondefully adapted they all are. I have much more of an affinity with nature than people and I long for the day when we respect nature and work with it rather then destroy it like our past and present history shows. I think that sol origin makes me feel more for the planet than it's human inhabitants !
I have been reading a piece on a scientist called Bose. He is a Bengali scientist from Kolkata who was around at the end of the 19th century. He did tests on plants similar to that of Backster registering reactions to stimuli such as burning, tearing of leaves as well as observing a memory when the perpetrator walked into the room. He also did the same with metals and found that they showed similar fatigue as we suffer in our own muscles and also the same type of recovery when allowed to rest.
Nature never ceases to amaze me and it seems 'inanimate' objects also teem with life. Its as if there is life in everything all around us and that is wonderful - more than wonderful! So when human beings are not respecting nature, they are defying themselves as everything reacts and pulses with them. To chop a tree and carve its wood lovingly imbues that piece of wood with love and that is reflected back in appreciation when we sit on it, I imagine.
I wanted to share that as I have just realised that everything, absolutely everything around me has life and that blew my mind away!
Chris, did you see where the Lady of the Lake states that she is NGC584: