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Written by: Ron Spiritbear Quin

What is a Soul Seeker?

Most people will never experience this phenomenon but I wanted to share it with you as it recently came up in one of my sessions. A soul seeker is a 4th-dimensional being(spirit form) who tries to heavily influence and control one or more 3rd-dimensional beings(in human form). These soul seekers become attracted to people who are currently living who greatly remind them of someone from their most recent incarnation.

What is a Soul Seeker?

Most fourth dimensional beings are not soul seekers but the soul seekers that do exist are of the fourth-dimensional realm. These soul seekers continue holding onto their emotions. Often 4th-dimensional spirits are the kind we associate with hauntings. Those in the 4th dimension are often being obstinate about ascending to the 5th dimension due to holding onto human emotions such as grief, anger, regret, etc.

What is a Soul Seeker?

With that being said, these unsettled beings from the fourth dimension continue playing out their life role, prior to death, using individuals who are currently living here in the third dimension. Their plan is to complete their ego driven agenda. In most cases, the individual currently living here on earth lives out their life totally unaware of an external spirit persuasion. I believe that these individuals being affected are the same people who have felt at times throughout their life that they have been ‘cursed’ but do not understand why.

What is a Soul Seeker?

Through experience while in session with a few of my clients, I have realized the difference between what some may perceive as a curse verses what is more likely occurring. The strength and endurance of some past spirits stuck in the fourth dimension can be incredible. The main focus of these fourth-dimensional spirits is to complete what they consider to be unfinished business.
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