Excerpt About Potential

Characteristics that Apply to the Soul But Not to Essence
The soul grows as she unfolds, actualizing her emerging potential. The soul does not stay the same. She is not primordially complete and mature, and hence she can have phases and stages of development. She can be primitive or advanced, simply organized or highly integrated, immature or adult and seasoned. She can be infantile, young, or ancient. She can be arrested in her development, underdeveloped, undeveloped, quite developed, or complete. All these are characteristics that apply to the soul, but not to Essence. For the presence of pure consciousness, these qualities do not make sense

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