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Soul Path Series: Part VI – The Incarnation Wound, The Ego Split From Soul

by Sabriyé Dubrie

Spiritual author, Multidimensional Healer, Founder of Soul Embodiment® Therapy & the School of Soul Embodiment.

Ultimate Guide to Soul Embodiment

The Soul Path series is an eight-article series by Sabriyé Dubrie of Soul Teachings on the origin of our Soul path ‘birth’ and our evolution into the (human) incarnation experience. The teachings shared are gleaned from my own healing journey on a Soul path level and my experience in working with over a thousand clients using the Soul Embodiment® Therapy method. For those interested in learning this method as a therapist, I run a yearly Soul Embodiment® Therapy Certification Program to train therapists worldwide in this revolutionary healing modality.

This is part VI, you can read Part V – Soul Path Series: Atlantis, The Start Of Humanity & Dragon Consciousness here (click link).

In this Soul teaching on the incarnation wound you will learn:

  • About the final split, the ego split from the Soul
  • When the incarnation wound was created
  • What role the incarnation wound plays in the incarnation process
  • How the incarnation wound is at the root of our current life personality
  • And more…

The incarnation wound

To play the incarnation game we go through three moments of separation that start with the split from Source, then the split between the masculine and feminine in our galactic & Lemurian lifetimes, and finally the split of the ego from the Soul – aka our own Divinity. This final split is called the incarnation wound, which is a bit misleading because it’s not our very first lifetime as a human that creates the incarnation wound nor does it refer to our very first lifetime on planet Earth as we weren’t even fully human in the Lemurian era that lasted hundreds of million years.

You could say that the incarnation wound is where we started identifying as humans and forgot that we are Divine beings having a human experience.

We just have to go back to the previous segment of this Soul Path series to remember that initially the people of Atlantis still had Divine powers and then gradually lost them as they became more human. Why did the Atlanteans still possess Divine powers initially? Because they were still at One with their Soul at the start of the Atlantean cycle, as time progressed their ego grew stronger and stronger until like the teenagers they were on a Soul path level they turned their backs on their own Divinity, to find their own way in life.

It’s this moment that is called the incarnation wound when the ego splits off from the Soul and we become fully human, not only in appearance but also in inner identification. It’s this split from our own Divinity, that causes us to lose access to our Divine powers because these are faculties of the Soul and we no longer identify with being the Soul self. Instead, we identify with being the human self, separate from our Soul and our own Divinity.

You could say that the incarnation wound is where we started identifying as humans and forgot that we are Divine beings having a human experience, we are as they say the Universe experiencing itself. But there is of course a world of difference between knowing this on a mental level, and actually being able to embody our Divinity again. No matter how much you are convinced of this spiritual truth on a conscious level, as long as you subconsciously believe you’re the human self, based on unresolved Soul Path experiences you will not be able to embody your Soul in the physical.

The Soul Embodiment® Therapy method is designed to work on these subconscious false beliefs created on a Soul Path level at the beginning of our descent into physical matter and the start of our Soul journey. These beliefs are so deeply held within the subconscious that they aren’t accessible with most other healing or therapy methods. Nor would most healers or therapists be equipped to work on this level as they have not accessed it in their own healing journeys and are therefore unfamiliar with it.

When was the incarnation wound created?

What I have explained above already gives us an idea of when the incarnation wound was created and this was in the late Atlantean era to the early Ancient Egyptian era, which corresponds with the period in which we started losing access to our Divine powers.

Among the impressive things that Solon heard from the priest was that the Atlantians originally had divine powers but gradually lost them.

‘… Plato describes the story of Atlantis in his dialogues Critias and Timaeus. Among the impressive things that Solon heard from the (Egyptian) priest was that the Atlantians originally had divine powers but gradually lost them. After they were left only with human powers, they decided to go against other prosperous islands. They traveled around the Mediterranean and conquered many places until they were defeated by the Athenians. Eventually, the anger of the gods for the arrogance of the Atlantians led to their punishment. The Olympians obliterated Atlantis in one night, leaving only masses of mud behind.’ Source: Greeka.com

It’s interesting to see that the Ancient Egyptians picked up where the Atlanteans left off…

‘The ancient Egyptians believed humans to be the greatest living creature in existence, not out of a hubristic sense of superiority to other living things, but because humans were believed to be a representation of the divine. This was the origin of the idea of man being created in the image of God – that a human being contained within himself or herself a divine spark making them a representation of the divine core.

This representation meant a link between the inner divinity and the outer form that lives life, makes choices, and experiences the world. The inner divinity was part of the divine whole, omnipresent throughout the universe and pervading all existence, including in every human. But, in this view, it was through choices and actions that each human represented the divine differently – uniquely actually.

This view catapulted humans to divinity and was some sort of apotheosis. It also put a colossal responsibility on every human being.

The apotheosis came in endowing every human being with a divine self, an inner-dwelling spark from (and of) God that by its mere existence connected every human directly to the essence of the divine. This veneration and spiritual elevation of mankind was a step-change in human history. Some of the most refined philosophical teachings that came later followed in the same direction.

The colossal responsibility was the result of a cause-and-effect relationship between human actions and representing the divine. Here, human choices were not the causes of rewards and punishments in the way that many later religions taught. Ancient Egyptian theology reserved rewards and punishments for the masses who, the guardians of ancient Egyptian religion believed, were not able to conceive of the true conception of the divine.

For the keepers of secrets, the reality was that each human being through his or her actions was creating the life that the divine self in him or her experienced. In this way, human actions determined not just the worth of individual lives, but crucially also the merit – or the quality – with which they represented the divine.’ Source: Ahramonline

It’s interesting to see how as time elapsed this knowing of our Divine essence and nature started fading as we started identifying more and more with our human self. Like the Chinese whispers or Telephone game, the original message morphed into something else to the extent that for example within Christianity it is now believed that only Christ is both human and Divine rather than all mankind.

Even though the Bible text alludes to a different story and that we are all meant to be Divine humans, the Divine-human frame of reference has been lost within most Christian interpretations if not purposefully eradicated through condemning any such interpretations as heresy. Such as for example the Cathars, Gnostics, Rosicrucians, and others.

‘Rosicrucianism is an esoteric organization that was officially established in 17th-century Germany. Although its true origin is unknown, it may have been founded as a secret order by Christian Rosenkreuz as early as the 14th century. Others claim its roots go back to the mysteries of ancient Egypt. Source: Study.com

This is not to say that these sects or religious beliefs didn’t have distortions of their own, the Cathars for example considered reproduction to be immoral, as it only perpetuated the cycle of reincarnation which led to human suffering. But what it does indicate is that the Divine-human perspective existed and can still be retraced in the Bible, despite it getting lost in both its translations as well as interpretations. See for example this explanation of the Divine-human perspective in the Bible from the Orthodox Catholic Church of the New Age.

How the incarnation wound ties into the split from Source wound

The incarnation wound is the micro version of the split from Source wound, it’s therefore not a wound of its own but rather a wound that solidifies our split from Source wounding. This is because it PLAYS OUT our split from Source wounding in the physical, which not only reinforces but solidifies the imprint of our split from Source wound (erroneous) interpretation in what we decided about the Divine and what the split from Source said about us.

To make this less abstract I will share my own split from Source wounding and my incarnation wound past life story. My split from Source wound is what is called the Outcast wound. I interpreted my split from Source as being outcasted from the unity and Oneness with Source. Anyone who identifies with the Garden of Eden story has a bit of the Outcast wound as this story on the first level of understanding is about Adam and Eve being cast out of the Garden of Eden. There are much deeper levels of understanding of this story that were lost, when we lost the Divine-perspective discussed earlier. In fact, the story of the Garden of Eden is an allegory for the human incarnation process.

We each interpret our split from Source in our unique way as described in Part I of this Soul Path Series – Our Split From Source And How It Still Impacts Us Today. Our split from Source becomes a story of abandonment, being rejected, it being our own fault, a punishment, being outcast, discarded, a betrayal, or a mix of multiple of the above that starts to live its own life in our subconscious mind, distorting how we interpret all our consecutive experiences. As this essentially false belief gets a stronger hold on our subconscious, we accumulate more ‘proof’ of it being true through our own bias in seeing the world through this lens until it becomes consolidated as our trauma filter in the incarnation wound.

Our trauma filter is the lens through which we experience and interpret our life and all our experiences within it.

In my incarnation wound life, I was a 13-year-old boy with huge spiritual gifts that formed a threat to the powers that be. My then jealous half-sister betrayed me by casting doubt on me and rather than being initiated into the hierarchy of spiritual leaders within my tribe in Ancient Egypt, they instead performed a public exorcism on me and I was cast out of my community, and shunned by my people.

Since the beginning of time, demonization of one’s (spiritual or political) opponents and rivals has been practiced as a way to discredit them and take away their status and power, this was also true for me in this early Ancient Egyptian lifetime.

As we can see in my example, which has also been shown to be true in my client’s Soul Path histories, the split from Source wound is the macro wound of the incarnation wound with similar themes being played out. The above traumatic experience led me to doubt my Divine nature, which led to the split of the ego from the Soul. When looking at the patterns throughout my Soul Path history, recurring themes are being an outcast, being betrayed, not being safe to be chosen, and wounding with God, spirituality, and the Church.

Every human being has both a split from Source as well as an incarnation wound, which is a micro reflection of their split from Source wound. Perhaps because the split from our own Divinity is a reflection of our split from Source as well, this is also why they cannot be based on wildly unrelated themes because the incarnation wound is an expansion of the split from Source wound. You could even say that it’s the incarnation wound that sears the split from Source wound and our interpretation of it in our subconscious, inadvertently setting the tone for our human experience.

What role the incarnation wound plays in the incarnation process

This also sums up the difference between the ego and the soul’s perspective, the ego has made this a personal story about itself while the soul can see that it was never personal, that we used trauma as an agent to densify from light beings into physical beings and that the stories around how this trauma was created are irrelevant because they were only a means to an end.

The ego on the other hand, through the function of the higher ego the Ahamkara as described in this Soul teaching on reincarnation, gathers all these stories that the lower ego in each embodiment has created about the Divine, life and itself and takes this knowledge with it into each new embodiment through the Causal body that carries our karmic templates and follow us from lifetime to lifetime.

It’s this accumulation of stories that creates the extent to which we are still caught up in the illusion of separation or Māyā as it is called in Sanskrit.

To become fully physical and human, we had to separate from our Soul so that we could fully go into the illusion of separation as explained in Part II of this Soul Path Series. On a Soul Path level, the late Atlantean era up until the early Ancient Egyptian era was used for the final split we make to incarnate. We cannot become fully humans initially, without ‘sacrificing’ or separating from our Divinity. You see before that final split, we were still at one with our Soul which allowed us to continue to tap into the different faculties of our Souls.

With those Soul faculties intact, we would be all-knowing and all-seeing among other things. To truly play the incarnation game, the way we intended it, we could not remain all-knowing or all-seeing because it prevented us from being able to fully live in the illusion of separation. If we had remained both all-seeing and all-knowing, we would have always been able to see the truth through the illusion which would have sabotaged our incarnation process and our ability to play the incarnation game to its full extent.

To understand why we wanted to play the incarnation game, to begin with please (re)read Part I of this Soul Path Series.

How the incarnation wound is at the root of our current life personality

Our personality as we know it today including our weaknesses and our strengths as well as our fears and false beliefs is the total sum of our Soul Path wounding and the extent to which we have been able to heal these Soul Path wounds in the many hundreds and thousands of incarnations in between.

You could even say that the wounds that were created in the split from Source wound, the split of the (inner) masculine & feminine, and the incarnation wound are the wounding that you continue to PLAY OUT in your life today. This is especially true for the incarnation wound because this is where the trauma filter, the lens through which you see and interpret life was created.

Contemporary psychology tells us this all depends on our current life childhood, but on a Soul Path level it’s these ‘childhood’ experiences within our Soul journey that create the foundation of who we believe we are. In Sanskrit, this is called Samskaras.

The theory of Samskara explains how and why human beings remember things, and the effect that memories have on people’s suffering, happiness, and contentment.

‘According to various schools of Indian philosophy, every action, intent, or preparation by an individual leaves a samskara (impression, impact, imprint) in the deeper structure of the person’s mind. These impressions then await volitional fruition in that individual’s future, in the form of hidden expectations, circumstances, or a subconscious sense of self-worth. These Samskaras manifest as tendencies, karmic impulses, subliminal impressions, habitual potencies, or innate dispositions. In ancient Indian texts, the theory of Samskara explains how and why human beings remember things, and the effect that memories have on people’s suffering, happiness, and contentment.’ Source: Wikipedia

In this way, our Samskaras are these stories being recorded by the higher ego that the lower ego encounters in its life in the physical that we take with us from lifetime to lifetime through the workings of the Causal body. The Causal body is an etheric ‘body’ (a seed sustained by karma) that births our mental, emotional, vibrational, astral, and physical body for each new embodiment according to our karmic templates that are part of our karmic and samskaric load.

People often don’t realize that the wounds they are still playing out today are rooted in the combination of the split from Source wound and their incarnation wounding, as the people, situations, and experiences that are subconsciously being pulled into their lives serve to help them heal and release these wounds this time around. This is what Carl Jung meant when he said “Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”

The beliefs and convictions we carry within the unconscious (or subconscious mind) become the lived experiences we have. But living out our wounding is a very painful and lengthy journey, in which we often don’t recognize that we are being invited to heal our unresolved Soul Path wounds. We are much better off finding our unresolved pain pre-emptively so that we don’t have to play it out in our daily life experiences and relationships.

When clients come to see their split from Source and incarnation wound, they immediately recognize the deepest struggles and insecurities from their current life. As we will see in the next segment of this Soul Path series, they have had this wounding on rinse and repeat in various different strands of related themes (I gave examples of my own earlier) throughout their complete incarnation journey.

This also makes sense that it is one wound that again like the Chinese whispers game morphs into different strands of themes expressed to facilitate the densification process, as basically any ‘old trauma’ did the job of densification. But to reverse the process of releasing this densification we have to unravel the ego’s false interpretations to be able to make our journey back from physical beings into light beings which as we saw in the previous segment of this Soul Path Series, is the ascending arc of our incarnation process.

In other words, the Soul may know that the trauma we endured was never personal and was merely an agent of densification, but as long as the ego subconsciously holds on to its own version of reality we are stuck in its distorted perception of the truth. Healing is nothing but removing these ego misinterpretations of what happened and the meaning it assigned to the experience.

The human incarnation process and the different Root-Races

This brings us back to the concept of the Root Races, although this is depicted differently in the Theosophical teachings, the depiction of the Seven Chains of the Earth Scheme is more accurate in showing the descending arc and the ascending arc in our human evolution and how they correspond with the different root races. This would look very much like the diagram below. Source: Gnosticstudies.org

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We are currently at the tail-end of the fifth root-race, called the Aryan race. The term Root-Races does not refer to ethnicities. They represent different evolutionary stages that humanity as a whole goes through successively, Hitler hijacked this term among other esoteric symbols and concepts to serve his delusional ideas around race, but the original meaning was not racist at all.

‘Blavatsky (founder of the Theosophical Society) was very clear that the Aryan Root Race was diverse in ethnicities. ‘The Aryan races, for instance, now varying from dark brown, almost black, red-brown-yellow, down to the whitest creamy color, are yet all of one and the same stock – the Fifth Root-Race – and spring from one single progenitor, … who is said to have lived over 18,000,000 years ago, and also 850,000 years ago – at the time of the sinking of the last remnants of the great continent of Atlantis.’ Source Wikipedia.com

The Atlanteans (the fourth Root-Race) represent the densest part of our incarnation process, as well as the start of humanity as we know it.

‘As stated in “Esoteric Buddhism,” the Egyptians, as well as the Greeks and “Romans” some thousand years ago, were “remnants of the Atlanto-Aryans,” i.e., the former, of the older, or the Ruta Atlanteans; the last-named, the descendants of the last race of that island, whose sudden disappearance was narrated to Solon by the Egyptian Initiates. The human Dynasty of the older Egyptians, beginning with Menes, had all the knowledge of the Atlanteans, though there was no more Atlantean blood in their veins. Nevertheless, they had preserved all their Archaic records.

As to the point in the the current cycle of the fifth Root-Race, Mme. Blavatsky wrote:

Humanity is on the descending pathway of its cycle. The rear-guard of the 5th race is crossing slowly the apex of its evolution and will soon find itself having passed the turning point. And, as the descent is always more rapid than the ascent, men of the new coming (the 6th) race are beginning to drop in occasionally.

As every sub-race and nation have their cycles and stages of developmental evolution repeated on a smaller scale, it must be the more so in the case of a Root-Race. Our race then has, as a Root-race, crossed the equatorial line and is cycling onward on the Spiritual side; but some of our sub-races still find themselves on the shadowy descending arc of their respective national cycles; while others again—the oldest—having crossed their crucial point, which alone decides whether a race, a nation, or a tribe will live or perish, are at the apex of spiritual development as sub-races.’ Theosophy.wiki

….the sixth root race is on the ascending arc, it will “be rapidly growing out of its bonds of matter, and even of flesh” (SD II:446). This seems to suggest that the bodies or vehicles of the future races will return to becoming more ethereal and androgynous.

‘The Secret Doctrine further states that “there will be no more Americans when the Sixth Race commences; no more, in fact, than Europeans; for they will have now become a new race, and many new nations. Yet the Fifth will not die, but survive for a while: overlapping the new Race for many hundred thousands of years to come, it will become transformed with it . . .” (Idem.). Not much information is provided on the seventh root race. It is expected that it will be more ethereal than the sixth. Great adepts and initiated ascetics “will ‘once more produce Mind-born immaculate Sons . . .’ (SD II:275).”’ Source: Theosophy.world

The demonization of the esoteric & occult

It could be that you have read bad things about Theosophy, New Age in general, or for example about Blavatsky who had a magazine called ‘Lucifer’ which of course raised eyebrows. In Roman folklore, Lucifer (“light-bringer” in Latin) was the name of the planet Venus and Blavatsky believed that Venus and planet Earth are “twin sisters” but “the Spirit of the Earth is subservient to the “Lord” of Venus.” She continues, “Venus is the most occult, powerful, and mysterious of all the planets; the one whose influence upon, and relation to the Earth is most prominent.”

In Part III of this Soul Path Series, we discussed that the Theosophical movement based on Blavatsky’s teachings also believed that Divine human beings from Venus came to assist the Lemurians in their pre-human existence. ‘It was to supply a temporary need–the education of our infant humanity–that these divine Beings came–as we possibly, long ages hence, may similarly be called to give a helping hand to the beings struggling up to manhood on the Jupiter or the Saturn chain.’ Source: The Lost Lemuria – The Story of the Lost Civilization by William Scott-Elliot

This of course all goes against Christian doctrine, which is why they are often demonized in the same way as some Christian priests in our day and age even still demonize yoga, fearing it being a gateway to New Age indoctrination. Because mainstream Christianity has lost sight of the Divine-human perspective through their translations and interpretations of the Bible, they see anyone talking about the Divine-human perspective being influenced by a Luciferian agenda. From the mouth of a Christian: ‘The Luciferian narrative is that God created a prison planet and doesn’t want you to know we can become like Him and the serpent was actually the good guy and was trying to help Eve.’

How interesting is it that Venus, the planet where human evolution had already reached this Divine-human state was called Lucifer in Roman and that the word Lucifer became the personification of evil within Christianity.

Was it to eradicate the remnants of Goddess or Pagan religions that associated the planet Venus with the Goddess Inanna? Or was it simply due to one of the many mistranslations and misinterpretations that happened throughout the history of Christianity?

Is the whole concept of Lucifer being the devil, or Satan a misunderstanding?

‘Aquila of Sinope derives the word hêlêl, the Hebrew name for the morning star, from the verb yalal (to lament). This derivation was adopted as a proper name for an angel who laments the loss of his former beauty. The Christian church fathers – for example, Hieronymus, in his Vulgate – translated this as Lucifer. The equation of Lucifer with the fallen angel probably occurred in 1st-century Palestinian Judaism…. According to the King James Bible-based Strong’s Concordance, the original Hebrew word means “shining one, light-bearer”, and the translation given in the King James text is the Latin name for the planet Venus, “Lucifer”. ….. This passage was the origin of the later belief that the Devil was a fallen angel, who could also be referred to as “Lucifer”. However, it originally referred to the rise and disappearance of the Morning Star as an allegory for the fall of a once-proud king. This allegorical understanding of Isaiah seems to be the most accepted interpretation in the New Testament, as well as among early Christians such as Origen, Eusebius, Tertullian, and Gregory the Great.’ Source; Wikipedia

This wasn’t the first time the Church fathers would get it wrong: ‘In 1969, Pope Paul VI removed the identification of Mary Magdalene with Mary of Bethany and the “sinful woman” from the General Roman Calendar, but the view of her as a former prostitute has persisted in popular culture…. The notion of Mary Magdalene specifically being a former prostitute or loose woman dates to a narrative in an influential homily by Pope Gregory I (“Gregory the Great”) in around 591, in which he not only identifies Magdalene with the anonymous sinner with the perfume in Luke’s gospel and with Mary of Bethany, the sister of Martha and Lazarus but also, for the first time, explicitly identifies her sins as ones of a sexual nature…’ Source; Wikipedia

This illustrates that Christianity’s criticism and demonization of esotericism and the occult is based on their own misunderstanding of the Bible passages as well as their belief that the Divine-human perspective is blasphemous and Luciferian or Satanic in its very nature. But as the concept of Lucifer or the Devil (also called Satan), is a misinterpretation of the Biblical text, to begin with – their criticism becomes completely meaningless. In fact, on an energetic level it’s nothing but fear mongering.

Embodying the Soul in the physical

The theory of the Root-Races shows us that we separate from Source, split the (inner) masculine and feminine, as well as split from our own Divinity to be able to take physical form, after which we are then meant to heal the misinterpretations of the ego in order to be able to embody our Soul in the physical which breaks us free from the cycle of death and rebirth. This liberation of the karmic cycle that keeps us playing the incarnation game, then allows us to initiate the process of returning to our light being state and Soul nature.

The kingdom of Malkuth is a terrible filter. Whosoever wants to be free of this fatal wheel of Samsara has to dissolve the ego and to incarnate their Soul. Those who achieve it are very rare.

‘The gold, the select, the true human being, is the one who has their Soul and Spirit incarnated; they are awakened within the internal worlds after death.’ – Paraphrase from Ch. 2 of Kabbalah of the Mayan Mysteries Source: Gnosticstudies.org

The incarnation wound represents the moment we are locked into the cycle of death and rebirth and we enter the state that is often referred to as Soul amnesia, where we not only forget that we are the Soul, but we also ‘forget’ our Soul Path history, as well as lose access to our Soul faculties including our ability to see life from the Soul’s perspective.

We don’t actually FORGET, of course, rather this information slips into the subconscious mind and the unconscious where it starts to lead a life of its own. I am talking about our karmic and samskaric load, which is the very thing that is keeping us chained to the cycle of death and rebirth, aka the stories the ego clings to about the trauma it has endured as well as the trauma it has inflicted. It’s those stories that need to be revisited and rewritten from the Soul’s perspective in order to embody the Soul and break the cycle of death and rebirth that is keeping us locked into seeing ourselves as mere humans instead of the Divine-humans we were always meant to become.

I pray this Soul Teaching on the incarnation wound serves you and has helped you get a better understanding of the incarnation process, the incarnation wound itself, and how this wound is still affecting us today. Because our Incarnation wound not only created our trauma filter through which we view and interpret the experiences in our reality, it also consolidated our unique psychological patterns and subconscious programming that are rooted in our early ‘childhood’ experiences on a Soul Path level but still limit and sabotage us today.

The goal of the incarnation game has always been to embody our Soul in the physical, which requires us to heal the distortions created by the ego from taking its experiences personally instead of understanding that they were never personal at all. This is not just a question of consciously deciding this is so, as this doesn’t affect the false beliefs stored within the subconscious mind – rather it necessitates us making these subconscious beliefs and the experiences that created them conscious so that we can correct the distortion by seeing and replacing it with the Soul Truth.

Soul Embodiment® Therapy is the most powerful method I know to truly reprogram the subconscious mind at this source code level.

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