If souls are eternal, how is it possible for them to be “young,” “mature,” or “old”?
The answer is that souls can’t literally be given an age, however, figuratively we all possess different levels of soulful maturity.
Soulful maturity is basically our ability to connect with the essence of who we are beyond our socially conditioned identities.
While some of us possess a very strong bond with the truth of “us,” others of us are still working on connecting with our essential nature.
This difference in the ability to connect with our Deeper Self is where the terms Infant Soul, Baby Soul, Young Soul, Mature Soul, and Old Soul stem from; all represent different levels and points of our soul’s journey to wholeness – none are “better” or “superior” to the other. Instead, they just represent different layers and stages of awakening.
So how old is your soul?
(If you discover that you’re an Old Soul, see our Old Soul Bundle for further guidance.)