Why Old Souls Are Lazy?

edited July 2015 in Soul Age
Why old souls are lazy and would prefer to direct the world from the comfort of their
favorite armchair.

Thanks to whoever sent the Michael Newton Posts. I finished the first book
and I am half way through the second, which for me is a better book.

Backing up to the lengthy title of this post, on page 117 from Destiny of
Souls:

"...it is possible for souls to miscalculate the percentage of energy
concentration they bring into a life. One client called this 'our light
quotient'. In a strange fashion, I find my level IV and V (seem to equate
to mature and old) subjects shortchange themselves more than the less
developed souls. This was demonstrated by the warrior soul in case 22.
Typically, a highly advanced soul will bring no more than 25% its total
capacity to Earth where the average, less confident soul has 50-70 percent.
The energy of a more evolved soul is refined, elastic and vigourous in
smaller quantities. This is why the younger soul must bring more energy
into their early incarnations. Thus, it is not the volume of energy which
gives potency to the soul but the quality of vibrational power representing
a soul's experience and wisdom."

Conversly, could be why young souls have so much energy to get things done
(regardless of consequence). So is it laziness or simply economy? Are we in
a process of learning that "less is more"?


Does this also mean that we might have a hugh reserve tank in the Elsewhere
that we can tap in time of need?

--ted

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I think the idea 
old souls can be lazy comes from the truth that
many of us older ones do not care much for the
standards of worldly attainment, such as earning
a great deal of money or becoming famous. A few
attain these things as a by-product of their work,
but it's not the primary goal -- the work itself
is the goal in a broad sense. 

Also I think many (not all) older souls have
a natural balance in their lives and
do some work, some play, some rest, etc. So to
the more "driven" younger soul it appears we
are slackers.

Another thing: when some of us work hard, it
doesn't necessarily LOOK like work because we
are enjoying ourselves and take a lighthearted
approach.

So I don't think "old souls are lazy" is a 
myth so much as a verbal shorthand for something
more complex.

That said, I would describe myself as lazy :-)
Everything I do, I take the shortest path I
can think of. Some people take this for 
efficiency, ha!!


Mary

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Yes, that might be true. Maybe this has something to do with the old souls 
who choose the way of least resistance. That applies to me! But I'm not sure 
anymore if that's good or bad... I know of course about learning via pain or 
learning via joy but what about breaking the habitual models? To a person 
with the CF of stubborness the easy way is far too often the soft, familiar 
let's-not-rock-the-boat way. You guessed right, I'll spend my 35th birthday 
next March...

"In their work they choose a profession that is convenient and not too 
demanding so they are free to aim easily to the true goals..." (my 
translation from Finnish). Maybe that could be called laziness, at least 
according to the "wordly standards"?

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MICHAEL NEWTON via TED:

"...it is possible for souls to miscalculate the percentage of energy
concentration they bring into a life....Typically, a highly advanced soul
will bring no more than 25% its total capacity to Earth where the average,
less confident soul has 50-70 percent. The energy of a more evolved soul is
refined, elastic and vigourous in smaller quantities.."

SHEPHERD:

Perhaps the lower percentage is also due, in part, to older souls having a
larger quantity.

It does make sense that older souls' higher frequency could be more wearing
on physical bodies that are maybe calibrated to handle lower frequencies
better. Perhaps young souls, being at the midpoint, best match what our
bodies are designed to handle.

Certainly older souls don't have a monopoly on health problems, including
low energy, but my subjective impression is that older souls tend to be more
physically delicate. Also, artisans, especially, and sages tend to be more
delicate. Body type, genetics, environment, and childhood vaccinations and
diet also play a part, in addition to our mother's health and diet while
carrying us, and whether she breast fed us.
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