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Reviewed by Asher Syed for Readers' Favorite
The Soul Family by Alexx Shaw looks at human composition rooted in cosmic elements, blending scientific principles with ancient philosophies. Shaw discusses the Human Genome Project, epigenetics, and energy forms, advocating detachment from ego-driven identities. Karmic lessons are illustrated, shaping experiences across lifetimes and the significance of recognizing signs of karmic connections. Shaw follows with soulmates, ego degradation, and the role of Soul Tribes in personal growth. She challenges conventional spiritual concepts, among them redefining Twin Flames and questioning dualistic perceptions while advocating for oneness. Shaw distinguishes between Twin Flames and False Flames, and the signs of a true Twin Flame encounter. She advocates self-love, spiritual growth, and understanding the challenges within this connection, cautioning against pursuing them without acknowledging emotional turmoil. Finally, Shaw discusses the relevance of astrology in understanding life lessons and relationships.
I was initially drawn to The Soul Family by Alexx Shaw out of an interest in an in-depth look at soul tribes, something my sister-in-law is deeply invested in finding and a topic that, frankly, I know exactly zero about. What initially drew me in versus what I walked away feeling incredible about are lifetimes apart concerning what really piqued my interest. As a South Asian man who is not of the majority faith that most associate with karmic energy but still grew up surrounded by it, I believed I knew enough to brush past it. Not so much, it turns out. Shaw truly taught me what draws connections between karmic lessons and significant life events, like parental deaths or financial upheavals, and how these events are intertwined with the karmic growth process. It is not a simple cause and effect, but a link to the evolution of personal growth with the broader concept of meeting other Soul Family members. Why this resonates with me is that my interest in soul tribe and family is intrinsically connected to the very thing I thought I didn't need. It means that Shaw not only opened my eyes to what I wanted but also taught me what I did not know. Coincidence? There's no such thing. Very highly recommended.