soul loss, departure of the soul from the body and its failure to return. In many preliterate cultures soul loss is believed to be a primary cause of illness and death.
According to Cummins, a lost soul can be the result of circumstances that don't align with your soul, including things like abusive relationships, a bad work environment, or simply neglecting your true passions and interests. "That can really fracture our spirit and our soul on all levels," she adds.
Some of the symptoms of this condition are:
- Feeling blocked.
- A feeling of being confused or incomplete.
- A disappointment with your life.
- Perceiving yourself as a stranger.
- Having addictions.
- A feeling of darkness.
- Withdrawal from others and fear of coming into contact with them.
- Constant tiredness.
When you have no soul, it's hard to really care about those around you, because you don't see them as having souls either. So the only person who matters to you is yourself; your goals and your intentions are all that matter. Everyone else is just a stepping stone to help you or an obstacle to push out of the way.
Mark. 8 Verses 34 to 38
 For whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for my sake and the gospel's, the same shall save it.  For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?  Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?
A broken soul is someone who has undergone challenges but continues to thrive despite everything they've gone through. Sometimes, you don't recognize a broken soul until it's too late.
A deadening of your spirit, such that you sometimes can't feel joy, experience intimacy or cry appropriate tears numbing inside you. Skin problems, stomach irritations and other stress related symptoms that may be because of the traumatic incidents from your past.
The Platonic soul consists of three parts: the logos, or logistikon (mind, nous, or reason) the thymos, or thumetikon (emotion, spiritedness, or masculine) the eros, or epithumetikon (appetitive, desire, or feminine)
When your soul is tired, it is often a sign that you are out of alignment with your purpose. Your inner flame is flickering out, and it's time for some soul care.
The soul or atman, credited with the ability to enliven the body, was located by ancient anatomists and philosophers in the lungs or heart, in the pineal gland (Descartes), and generally in the brain.
It is primarily God's dwelling place in the biblical tradition: a parallel realm where everything operates according to God's will. Heaven is a place of peace, love, community, and worship, where God is surrounded by a heavenly court and other heavenly beings.
The five components are: Ren, Ka, Ib, Ba and Sheut.
“The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” The Good News: Though you may feel defeated, God is closer than you realize. He is always with you and can heal your heart. “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
Some people describe it as a dull ache, others as piercing, while still others experience it as a crushing sensation. The pain can last for a few seconds and then subside, or it can be chronic, hanging over your days and depleting you like just like the pain, say, of a back injury or a migraine.
Damaged people are so full of love, and that's exactly why they're so afraid to fall in it. They are people who have learned to put themselves first because they are tired of giving their all to the ones who'll eventually leave.
Shamans, medicine people, mystics and sages throughout the ages have always known that the soul doesn't speak the human language. Instead, our souls communicate with us through symbols, metaphors, archetypes, poetry, deep feelings and magic.
That would place the time frame for a soul around 200,000 years ago, when humans experienced a cultural explosion which they expressed in art, clothing, and evidence of religion.
Our spirit differs from our soul because our spirit is always pointed toward and exists exclusively for God, whereas our soul can be self-centered. The joy, comfort and peace of God's presence can only be experienced through our spirit.
The Bible says, “They will rest from their labor” (Revelation 14:13). At the same time, the Bible also says that God will have work for us in heaven — and we ought to be glad for this. After all, if all we did in heaven was sit around with nothing to do, we'd get very bored.