This is what scientists say about the brain of the adolescent or teenager: Adolescents differ from adults in the way they behave, solve problems, and make decisions. There is a biological explanation for this difference…
…Other changes in the brain during adolescence include a rapid increase in the connections between the brain cells and making the brain pathways more effective.
This statement addresses only the brain of the adolescent: the being who has not yet connected to the soul. Listen to the thoughts of an adolescent who has connected with the soul.
“Wow, it’s as if I can hear their thoughts. It’s for sure I can feel their feelings. I wonder if they can hear me? I’ll send them a request. Turn around, turn around, turn around. Oh, my goodness, they turned around. It’s weird that I can do that. Is it a special gift? I will be very careful with my thoughts, because others can hear them and feel them. There must be some reason that I have these gifts. They must come from God. Maybe that’s why I feel so different from people my own age. Perhaps God wants me to help people with these gifts. I will use my gifts to help others. I must be careful how I live my life. I will not hurt others, and I will forgive others if they make a mistake and hurt me. I will be like Jesus.”
There are many beings who are born into this world with a “knowing.” They know that they are here for a purpose. They come here with a connection to something higher that they may or may not be able to explain to others, and so they usually keep these thoughts to themselves. They have a connection to the Soul—their Higher Self. Without any real understanding of what the Soul was at that stage in my life, I knew I was connected to something ‘Higher.’
At that time, I could not grasp the distinction between my ‘Soul’ and God, so I used different words interchangeably to try to express to others what I sensed inwardly. Many others who were having similar experiences did the same thing, and so we had different names for God: Allah, Yahweh, Jehovah, Buddha, Christ and others. The names were whatever our belief system dictated. We used these words in conversations as a way of directing the attention of those who listened, towards the Kingdom of Souls. Those of us who can relate to these God-given gifts are called Servants, and we know these gifts are given as a means of helping humanity and all living beings.