Do Soulmates Ever Stop Loving Each Other?

Do Soulmates Ever Stop Loving Each Other?

The bond that manifests between soulmates comes from a soul-level connection to another person. When soulmates are connected to the relationship, it provides an incredible, exhilarating feeling. Soulmates spend a lot of time together, talking, texting and making love until the wee hours of the morning. You think each others thoughts and complete each others sentences and relinquish all thoughts of food as the only nourishment you need is the love you share with your partner. Then one day, perhaps without warning, the unthinkable happens. Your soulmate needs to take a break to tend to something else in their life, ends the relationship or decides for their own personal reasons to terminate the soulmate contract the two of you share.

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A Soulmates Love Lasts Forever

After weeks, months and even years of living with this wonderful connection, it is gone. After experiencing such a powerful connection, it can be extremely painful, frustrating and depressing to go through soulmate separations and endings. Sometimes it is just a break that needs to be taken before continuing the relationship. Other times the break is a permanent one. In cases where the relationship between soulmates is ending, it quite often can take years to work through the emotions when losing this unusually close spiritual union. You may feel as if you can never love again. You may feel that you will be alone for the rest of your life. And in truth, neither of these situations is the truth, it just feels like it for a period of time.

Once you have worked through the difficult emotions you will start to feel your old self emerging. Only then are you ready to address what you will do with the love you felt toward your soulmate. And there you find it deep within your heart. LOVE. The love you feel toward this person who was so close to you but now is gone is still there. Not the same intense love you felt when the two of you were together, but a love that feels comfortable when you remember the times you shared. Even though you are no longer together you still feel, and will probably always feel, a closeness, a bond and a connection to that soulmate.

True relationships between soulmates are based on unconditional love. When we love someone without condition, it means that we love them. Period. We don’t love them because of what they will do for us, for what they give us, and at times, we accept they may not reciprocate our love. We love them in spite of their character flaws and behavior patterns, that in others, we would find totally intolerable. We love them purely for loves’ sake because of the soulmate connection and because we have loved them through all our incarnations and lives to come.

So the short answer to the question is No.  Soulmates do not stop loving each other, but the love changes form. The intensity of love will subside as time heals, and be replaced by a fond, loving memory of the life experiences shared, moments treasured and life lessons learned. Even though the ending of a soulmate relationship can be quite devastating, you will find your strength again as you work through your emotions and find your peace. Once you do, and you are safely on the other side, you will see the sun again.  Then you will be able to clearly see, know and appreciate why you had this soulmate relationship in your life. You will have grown, evolved and shifted your consciousness. You will have come through the fire and survived.

And so, you will finally be able to look back at that soulmate with gratitude for the changes they brought into your life. You will have assimilated that transformation into the core of your being. You are a stronger, better person and although the road was not easy, you will look back with LOVE.  Love between soulmates is eternal. Loves between soulmates lasts forever. It may be in a different form but that love will be there until this lifetime ends and the next one begins and the soulmates find each other again.

 

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  1. Hi, my experience with who I believe is my soulmate was a 5 month relationship that ended due to his fear of being in a committed relationship. Its almost been a year since our relationship ended and im still hurting, confused and I love him. He is still single and keeps in constant contact with me. He tells me all the time he loves me but isnt ready for a relationship. Its heart breaking for me to not be with the person I love and im so exhausted from the emotional trauma of not being able to heal and still having hope we will be together again. I have tried everything and cannot find relief. I dont know what to do…please help

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  2. I am 49 went to Ireland this summer and met my soulmate on a tour. We are both married and have been for many years. We spent an hour talking amongst the group and knew a strong connection was made. Nothing happened but we both enjoyed each others company. Sitting next to him at dinner I wanted to touch him and caught myself several times. I never did but it was so out of character for me to even have such a thought. When we hugged each other goodbye my thought was I will never see him again. We live on different continents. After a month or so he contacted me through email. As time went on and we hot to know each other more we both realized the connection was stronger than originally thought and knew wehad to stop communicating. I did ask in one ofnmy last emails to him if he thought we were soulmates. He replied I think we could be. This man is not my type physically but I love his heart. He is tender with me as I shared with him that I was sexually abused as a very young child. His response was so loving and helped to heal the hurt in my heart all of these years later. I ended telling him I love him and he truly is my soulmate as only a soulmate could be so tender with the little girl who had been so damaged. He never wrote back to confirm if I was his soulmate. I may never know……..

  3. I have a simple question. I think the man I’m with now is my soulmate. We decided to draw the lines on our hands and he noticed a pattern J for his name and A for mine. Is that possible with soul mates and can it help confirm it?

  4. Relationship for 9 years wan we broke up !! My best friend my everything we’ve never split up always together the love between us was an still so strong even though we’re not back together!! This pain is so unbearable for me I miss him so much !! I pray everyday he comes to me!! I work 2 jobs for me an my kids but wen the day ends I half yo put my head down on s pillow an look over an he’s not there I cry so hard !! An then it hit me could this be my soulmate

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