The soul book for each individual records the social worker’s detailed decision making process, the teachers credentials and agreement to act as guide for the soul and information concerning the nature of the soul’s soul group at its inception including social orientation and general perspective. A group’s social orientation might be towards picking an interesting subject and working on it together, having one soul find something interesting and the others follow, or having all soul members seek out new subjects, learn them, and bring them back for further instruction.  General perspectives guide groups towards subject matters, specialties, and methods of interaction.  Some groups are analytical and like exploration and science, but not intimate personal interactions.  Others seek out social challenges which are emotionally charged and yet others work in harmony in order to act creatively and avoid difficult emotions. Social orientations and general perspectives lend internal structure to the soul group, creating community, common language, experience, and purpose.

The third section of most soul books is therefore a combination of historical record, diary, psychological profile, school record, work history, and personal accomplishment list.  It contains a full record of who the soul is, all that they have done and become and all that they strive to be within the Akashics. What is learned through embodied experiences or past lives and is reintegrated into the soul is not reiterated here as it is already recorded in detail through the first and second sections.  What is relevant here is the summary result showing the soul having become more, learned lessons, acquired skills, and accomplished tasks, adventures and relationships.  Living an embodied life as a human being or as any other creature is not the purpose of our existence or even a large part of who we are.  It is one type of experience, one means of being in a multitude of opportunities for learning and becoming.  Depending on the soul the amount of time spent in being embodied can be a very small percentage of its existence while experiences, lessons, and responsibilities in the Akashics can be the majority.  Being embodied in any form is a choice, and a challenge, not a requirement and some souls don’t avail themselves of it often while others use it frequently.

Most souls work with their teachers and within their soul group learning about the Universe through educational experiences in the Akashics.  Souls first learn what it means to be a soul such as the physics of how to exist within the interconnectedness of energy and thought. They must learn appropriate social interactions with each other, their teacher, and other beings, not only how to be appropriate, but what it feels like to hurt and be hurt and what to do to resolve hurts and conflicts.  Free will and choices, opinions and options are a large part of this instruction as being interconnected, telepathic, and empathic, knowing what others think and feel as they experience it, can lead to a desire to control or influence others.  In all situations power has its attractions, being vulnerable has its pitfalls, and regardless of form, all beings are fallible and constantly in the process of learning from their mistakes as much or more as from their successes.  When you are formless and yet all forms are available to you, the first lesson to be learned is not “can I,” but “should I.”  And as the essence of the Akashics is love and all actions taken lead us to love, the most relevant lesson is how to be, act, perceive, and give love.