I'm curious when I see someone who leads with anger, competition, jealousy, drama, or force more often than not. It seems as if they don't like themselves and/or others. I wonder if they understand that to lead with the Soul is to love themselves. Some of us may not love all of ourselves when leading with other than the Soul, but it would seem impossible to not love ourselves when Soul is in the lead since this comes from the Divine Source, right? If this is true, that our Soul comes from the Divine Source, then it follows for me that we have the capacity to love our Soul unconditionally. So, why don't we naturally present the best part of us, our Soul, to the world all the time? How could the self be stronger than the Soul? Is it that we haven't evolved enough? I've heard the reason the Soul takes a backseat to the self is because the Soul does not compete with the self. The Soul is always at the ready; however, the Soul leads only when the self takes the backseat voluntarily.
A lot to meditate on for this semi-evolved head. I only know that I must be mindful when I find self leading and make a conscious decision to calm myself down and let Soul lead the way. Soul is brighter, lighting my path forward. Soul is wiser, making it easy to change the channel in my mind from self doing the talking to Soul. On the Soul channel what comes out of my mouth is the Truth, clearer and kinder, and benefits those around me as opposed to putting them on the defensive as self sometimes does. As with all of life, leading with Soul is a mindful choice, a process, and a wondrous journey. Love to all.