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Both Agreements and DisagreementsSpirit families can change somewhat and the reason that they change is because there will be spirits within your spirit family who will have chosen not to evolve, not to move on. There will be new family members who come into your family because they were able to evolve and move much faster into your group through their actions and spiritual evolution and the life lessons they learned in this most recent reincarnation.

AgreeI want to summarize what I have learned about the basic principles of soul group assignments: Rates of learning vary among peer group members. Certain souls will advance faster than others in a cluster group, although these studients may not be equally competent and effective in all areas of their curricula. Around the intermediate level of learning, souls demonstrating special talents (healing, teaching, creating, etc.) are permitted to participate in specialty groups for more advanced work while still remaining with their cluster group.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. 105-106, 1996

AgreeAlthough the companion souls in a cluster group started together, they do have different rates of development. This has as much to do with drive and motivation as talent. Each soul does possess certain strengths that their companions can draw upon during group incarnations. As the group gets smaller, many go off into different specializations but they do not lose contact with each other.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. 265, 2003

AgreeWith the attaining of level III there is a change in soul behavior. ?These souls have now begun to expand their vistas away from their primary groups...These assemblages of more specialized souls are rather loosely knit at first. ?I have defined them as independent study groups...Souls who are testing the waters may leave these specialty groups while other promising candidates can be added. ?This practice is in opposition to the formation of long-term primary soul groups...In these early stages, while souls are being weaned from their original groups, they still retain their regular guides and attend primary group functions. ?Independent study has a greater emphasis on self-direction by the soul in their tasks, which becomes even more pronounced as they develop in level ?IV and V proficiency.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. 321-322, 2003

AgreeWhen people in trance speak of being part of a soul cluster group, they are talking about a small primary unit of entities who have direct and frequent contact, such as we would see in a human family. Peer members have a sensitivity to each other which is far beyond our conception on Earth...Members of the same cluster group are closely united for all eternity. These tightly-knit clusters are often composed of like-minded souls with common objectives which they continually work out with each other. Usually they choose lives together as relatives and close friends during their incarnations on Earth.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. , 1996

AgreeThe integrity of a soul's original cluster group remains intact in a timeless way. Regardless of who is graduating, they never lose their bond to old companions. Primary cluster groups began their existence together and remain closely associated through hundreds of incarnations.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. , 2003

AgreeI want to summarize what I have learned about the basic principles of soul group assignments: Once a new soul support group is formed, no new members are added in the future.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. , 1996

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The choice that you, as a Soul, have in relation to anything is always to be loving. Do you understand that this is the divine purpose that all of us as humans have been given -- to love unconditionally?

—John Morton