On page 103 of Journey of Souls by Michael Newton, a remarkable book about what happens to us as souls after we die, there is a very interesting chart describing the color that souls of various maturity emit during their transitional period in the spirit world. The first column (Learning Stage) relates to the maturity of a soul, the second column (Kinetic Color Range) relates to the color projected by different souls as reported by the author’s subjects, and the third column (Guide Status) related to a soul’s potential to serve others.
Classification Model for Soul Development Levels
|Learning Stage||Kinetic Color Range||Guide Status|
|Level I: Beginner||White (bright and homogenous)||None|
|Level II: Lower Intermediate||Off-white (reddish, turning into yellow)||None|
|Level III: Intermediate||Yellow (solid, no traces of white)||None|
|Level IV: Upper Intermediate||Dark Yellow (a deep gold turning into blue)||Junior|
|Level V: Advanced||Light Blue (no traces of yellow, turning into purple)||Senior|
|Level VI: Highly Advanced||Dark Bluish-Purple (surrounded by radiant light)||Master|
Are you surprised? I thought white would denote highly advanced souls, yellow to denote beginner souls, and light blue intermediate ones. Purple is usually associated with loyalty, and I was intrigued to hear it radiates from highly advanced souls, perhaps those souls are the closest and most loyal to God. What are your thoughts?
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