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The soul is a nonphysical component of the self, which forms the central aspect of our being, separates from the body during out of body experiences, and which continues existing after the death of the physical body.

This aspect of ourselves, also called the superconcious, was believed to be what makes humans share experiences, which manifest in forms of archetypes. Carl Jung belived that all souls are connected and that a vast collective unconscious was tapped into, when we dreamed. A similar concept to the collective unconscious, but with experimental rigor Jung believed was impossible, has been revealed in field consciousness studies.