We each have our own group of souls or families that are formed under certain circumstances. One should not confuse the family of souls with the physical family. Sometimes they overlap, but very rarely. How is a family of souls formed? We live many lives and meet many people. Someone with whom we have a particularly close relationship and common interests, we also want to be together after physical death. Gradually someone with similar interests joins us, with whom we are very comfortable and pleasant. Gradually, this group grows larger and thus forms a family of souls, where souls support and help each other, and spend time together. When one of these groups decides to reincarnate, the others support and help him, despite the fact that they will have to divorce for several years. Astral beings are well aware that during reincarnation, memory is lost and contact with the soul is lost. When the soul chooses to reincarnate, it is accompanied by the family of souls.
Sometimes several souls decide to reincarnate simultaneously in order to meet in the physical world. This can happen in one family, in one city, or country. When they meet, they develop a special relationship, even though they don't remember each other. It can be like a very close relationship between children of one family - siblings, it can be a close relationship between friends or partners, a parent, and children. But such relationships are always special. After physical death, our memory gradually unlocks and we begin to remember our group of souls and return to it again. It was once a widespread tradition, the birth of soul groups in one physical family that formed strong families. But nowadays, this tradition rarely exists. Very often people in one physical family are complete strangers and after physical death, they no longer want to be together, but each goes to their own group.