THE INSTRUCTION: The Key to Unlocking Your Soul’s Purpose

Part 4 – Exploring Your Soul’s Missions

Missions are chosen as part of your soul’s life plan to ensure that you have the opportunity to learn certain lessons, and they’re with you from cradle to grave.

You choose each mission for a specific reason, though that reason may change from lifetime to lifetime depending on your soul types and specific lessons you’re seeking to learn this time around. And as an old soul, it’s likely you have quite a number of missions to help you on your life’s journey.

You might be on a mission of Healing – driven to positively influence people (and even the planet). Or you might have a mission of Change, which means you’re continually working on bettering yourself. Or perhaps you chose a mission of Examination to help you with academic learning.

Your soul is on a mission. In other words, a mission isn’t fully formed from the time you’re born, but instead is something you’ll continually develop throughout your lifetime according to the changing circumstances of your destiny.

In this month’s exploration, we’ll be diving into this fascinating aspect of your soul’s life plan by looking at all 10 of the missions. We’ll look at how to identify your own missions, and how to make the most of them.


Let’s learn about Soul Types! Every one of us enters each incarnation with a complete personality based on traits and behaviors that are developed over many lifetimes.

With very few exceptions, your personality is comprised of one main soul type, a primary soul type influence, and a handful of secondary soul type influences – all of which were chosen on the Astral Plane before you were born.

In this month’s exploration, we’ll  investigate the work and other activities your soul was involved in throughout its many incarnations. And I’ll show you how those past-life experiences helped develop the soul types you chose for this life. All of which is designed to help you gain clarity on – and manifest – your life purpose.

For February, we’re exploring the fascinating topic of soul ages.

What does it mean to be an old soul? How can you tell if you’re one or not? If you’re an old soul, how does that compare to younger souls? How do you get to be an old soul?

Your soul age is based on how often you’ve reincarnated here on earth, and what you’ve learned from being here. 

In this month’s exploration, we’ll examine the ten soul ages and how to recognize the traits that accompany each level.

We’ll also look at the negative and positive aspects of each and help you to find your place in the world by better understanding who you are as well as learning about the soul ages of friends, family, and others.

During the entire year of 2021, the spirit guides will be taking you on a deep and lengthy dive into the method outlined in Ainslie’s first book, THE INSTRUCTIONLiving the life Your Soul Intended.

In January, we’ll begin with an overview of the purpose of reincarnation and your soul’s reasons for coming to the Physical Plane.

We’ll answer questions like:

  • Where did your soul originate?
  • Why is it here?
  • What is it looking for?
  • How has reincarnation made you who you are?

For your conscious self, this may be the only life you know. But for your soul, it’s simply one of many. It’s impossible to fully comprehend who you are and why you’re here without knowing where you’ve been.

For December’s exploration, Ainslie will teach you the manifestation technique from the spirit guides that he and his wife have been successfully using for years.

There are a lot of different manifestation methods available from a variety of different teachers. What makes Ainslie’s unique is, in part, its simplicity. It’s also incredibly effective because it requires you to not only get clear on what you’re hoping to manifest, but also your reasons why, and what’s blocking you.

Whether you’re seeking a soulmate or a new job, or simply ready to make big and long-lasting changes in your life, Manifesting Your Soul’s Desires will give you a step-by-step process to achieve your goals, and a better awareness of the changes required to ensure they stick.