What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined for life? … to strengthen each other…to be at one with each other in silent unspeakable memories. ~George Eliot

Finding Soulmate

Divine Timing and Soulmates: When is the Right Time?

Timing and soulmates should not appear in the same sentence because it can be truly confusing, even to us. Some people will meet a soulmate when they are young, while others connect with a soulmate later in life. There is no set time or date on which a soulmate will enter your life, because it is all based on divine timing.

Divine Timing and Soulmates: When is the Right Time?

Divine Timing and Soulmates: When is the Right Time?

 

Not everyone can meet their soulmate at the same time in their lives. Some are lucky enough to find their soulmate early on while some have to wait what may feel to them like several lifetimes. It is all based on the spiritual blueprint for our lives and the experiences we need to have for the fulfillment of our personal destinies. We gain these experiences through our journey here on Earth and the choices we make on a daily basis create our path.

 

We are partially responsible for the timing of a soulmate’s entry into our lives. For instance, you could make a bad decision, staying in the wrong relationship way past its expiration date. Instead of letting it go and freeing yourself from a dysfunctional relationship, you stay. And stay, and stay. You have probably wasted a ton of time trying to make the wrong person the right person. Look at all the negative experiences you went through because you kept hoping for change that was never going to materialize.

 

Sure, the universe often brings soulmates together when they are not single, but that is usually when the relationships have gone on way too long. If the relationships actually ended when they reached their expiration date, the timing of a soulmate meeting could have happened a lot sooner. While the timing of a soulmate entering our lives is not completely up to us, the choices we make will have an effect on the timing. So choose wisely.

 

Think about the long-term effects of the choices you make. You do not have to focus on the timing, the “when will I meet my soul mate” or obsess about it. Just have faith that the universe knows what it is doing and leave it to them. Keep yourself focused on yourself. Look closer at the spiritual path you are on. A spiritual journey is mostly a solitary one because many people ignore their spiritual practice when they are caught up in the rush of a soulmate relationship, until that relationship goes south.

 

It is a good time to put some energy into you. Take the time to think about where you see yourself in 3 years, 5, years, 10 years and beyond. Are you on the right path to make that all happen? If not, you may need to concentrate on what you have to do to get yourself on the right path. Put your energy there for now. What can you learn from your previous relationships? What mistakes have you made when you look back on them?

 

Are there any changes you need to make in your life before the Universe allows them to enter your life? It’s time to make yourself the best self you can be. Just like you would take the time to dress nice, smell good, put on make up and do your hair to go on any date, prepare yourself for your soulmate meeting. Want to lose weight? Stop smoking? Be less insecure and more confident?

 

Consider putting yourself through a soulmate bootcamp where you make the changes you know you need to make before you meet your soulmate, or you will have to do them when a soulmate is in your life. Soulmate relationships force those things about you that you should have changed long ago to surface. Getting rid of them beforehand will allow your soulmate relationship to flourish without having to focus on issues you needed to change.

 

Soulmates Are Rare Which is Why They Are Special

Soulmates are rare and that is what makes them so special. To feel so intensely connection to another human being on so many levels, is truly an extraordinary experience. Of course we can have strong feelings of love for numerous people over a lifetime, yet the love we have towards are soulmate is exceptional.

 

It is very rare to meet someone for the first time and feel as though you have known them forever, yet this is common with soulmates. So many clients have told us they found themselves tolerating behavior from their soulmate that they would never have put up with from another human being. Sometimes a soulmate will behave or think in ways that are foreign to their own personality. A strong, independent woman, for example, may find herself feeling less strong and wanting less independence now that her soulmate has entered the picture. Because of the rare bond, it is a common for both parties to change. How they change, whether it be for the better or the worse, is entirely up to them.

Soulmates Are Rare Which is Why They Are Special

                           Soulmates Are Rare 

Many people cling too hard to their soulmate relationship when a break would actually be beneficial. The heightened levels of emotion can cause extreme levels of drama and situations can get way out of hand. Also, if certain bad behaviors have been accepted or tolerated for too long of a time they only get worse.

 

Instead of clinging to something that has gone off course, it may be time to withdraw for a while. Because of the rare connection soulmates share, time apart between them is not really a bad thing. In normal relationships the term “out of sight out of mind” may apply, but not with soulmate relationships. The bond always remains, regardless of how far apart they may be. The universe created this rare pairing, and no mere mortal can destroy the connection.

 

If the relationship becomes too toxic, the bond can be diminished, but in truth, it still remains. It just makes it much easier to deal with. You will always have a special place reserved for your soulmate, regardless of how much time has passed since you have seen each other.

 

Because soul mates are so rare, waiting for a soulmate to materialize can make someone impatient. The universe is in charge of timing, and they decide when the time is right. You may want your soulmate to appear so you can have the romantic relationship you always wanted. Well, the universe’s prime purpose is not that of romantic matchmakers. They use the pairing of romantic partners to create change, and without that change, you don’t get the romantic relationship you wanted.

 

If your soulmate relationship is not going smoothly, it is time to get real with yourself. Look at both yourself and your partner and see what changes you are both resisting. You many try to blame it all on your soulmate, but it is your fault too. You have been using the rare connection and feelings you have towards this person as an excuse to not change your own way of doing, thinking or feeling. Until you get yourself right, the relationship won’t be right. So don’t expect to have the reward without doing some work. Soulmates come at a cost. So if you have been hoping, wishing and praying to be blessed with a soulmate, be prepared to pay the price that comes with it.

Dating a Soulmate Before Divorce

Dating a soulmate before a divorce is quite commonplace. We cannot tell you the amount of times we have heard from clients who met their soulmate while one, or both of them were married. They had thought about divorce before, but decided, for whatever reason, not to act on it. Then a soulmate comes into their lives and now must face the reality that is their marriage.

Soulmates often meet, begin dating, and carry on affairs because both of them are not single. Regardless of how far along you are in the divorce process, until you are single, you are having an affair. The intensity of the connection between soulmates makes it very difficult to wait until a divorce is final so they often begin dating before a divorce is finalized.

Dating a Soulmate Before Divorce

Dating a Soulmate Before Divorce

When you meet a soulmate, you want your life with them to start immediately. They are all you manage to think about and you can throw caution to the wind. A divorce is a serious decision to make, and although they can take a long time, they don’t take forever. A divorce can get complicated when the other party knows about the new soulmate. The one being divorced, who has not moved on, doesn’t really want the other to move on and be happy so they use stall tactics to cause problems. The sad thing is that it often works.

The drama of a divorce can bring out the worst in all of us. It is hard to stay classy, calm and sane when the other party is behaving in the opposite way. You may not want to go to war with your soon to be ex, and would prefer the divorce to be amicable. But if your soon to be ex finds out you met your soulmate, World War 3 seem tame compared to your divorce.

If you and your soulmate begin dating before hiring an attorney or filing for divorce, you are probably making the wrong move. Instead of beginning an affair, begin the process of ending your marriage. First things first. If this person is so important to you that you will be willing to lie, cheat, and risk everything, shouldn’t they be important enough for you to hire an attorney and file some papers?

You cannot say you can’t resist the urge to begin dating a soul mate before divorce but you can resist the urge to end your prior relationship. That just doesn’t make sense. If you want your soulmate in your life that bad, then you obviously don’t want your marriage in your life, so do the right thing.

When you begin dating a soulmate before a divorce you allow them to have a sacred relationship and disrespect it by lying, cheating and everything else that comes with an affair. If this connection is so strong, and this person means that much to you, then keep your soulmate in your life, but work on your future together by properly getting closure on your past. Don’t let someone (or be someone) use excuse after excuse as to why they can’t get divorced. If they can’t get divorced, then they can’t have you. Often a soulmate is supposed to make you realize a part of your life (such as a marriage) is over, and that you need to make changes that you have been avoiding. By having an affair you are still avoiding the changes you need to make, so expect the problems that come with avoidance.

Stop Trying to Make the Wrong Person Your Soulmate

Stop trying to make the wrong person your soulmate. Not everyone you have strong feelings for is a soulmate. Not everyone you have a crazy relationship with is a soul mate. Not everyone you have great chemistry is a soulmate. Not everyone you have a dream about is a soulmate.

Too many people try to make the wrong person a soulmate connection. The intensity levels in soulmate relationships can feel very similar to toxic, dysfunctional ones. The emotions and drama run very high. For someone who has not yet met their soulmate, they can confuse the wrong person as a soul mate.

Stop Trying to Make the Wrong Person Your Soulmate

Stop Trying to Make the Wrong Person Your Soulmate

No matter how hard you try, you cannot make the wrong person your soul mate. It’s not up to you to create your soulmate, that is for the universe to do. Too many people confuse the wrong person with a soulmate, and the results can be disastrous. Someone can spend too much wasted time with the wrong person because they believe they are a soulmates when in realty they are not. They could actually be keeping themselves from finding a true soulmate partner because they stay with the wrong person.

Try looking at the relationship from a neutral position. It can be very hard to tell when you are actually in the relationship but you have to try to keep an emotional distance. Just because you have a hard time imaging being without someone doesn’t make them a soulmate. Even some people in a toxic relationship have a hard time imagining themselves with out them. If you think about someone all the time, it does not indicate you are in a soulmate relationships. People in highly dysfunctional relationships think about each other all the time.

You may have some similarities to your romantic partner but this doesn’t mean you truly are soulmates. It is not in your best interest, for you romantic success and happiness, to insist  the wrong person your soulmate. So many people have contacted us to tell us they know their current partner is their soulmate. Yet we read it differently because we are able to look at it from the deeper connection of the soul. Many times we have to tell them the person they called about is not their soulmate, and very often the wrong person for them. Unfortunately they don’t want to hear it as they have already decided it is a soulmate connection and can get very angry when we disagree.

Sometimes we hold on to the wrong people and need a reason to justify it. Telling yourself the wrong person is a soulmate can give you a reason for staying. If you believe all soulmate relationships work out you may erroneously believe your current situation is destined to be sunshine and roses one day. Don’t kid yourself. It’s not going to happen. You need to stop trying to make the wrong person your soulmate. Are you hanging in there with the wrong person hoping it will get better because you believe you are soulmates? That is a waste of your precious time. There is nothing wrong with searching for your soulmate, just don’t think every person you meet and like is one.

Do You Believe in Soulmates?

There are so many people today on a quest to find their soulmate. There are even internet dating sites dedicated to helping people find their soulmates. For many people, no ordinary relationship will do, and they will not stop searching until they have found the soulmate partner. On the flip side, however, there are just as many people who don’t believe soulmates exist. Their perception is that soulmates are something written about in romance novels or the characters in romantic movies.

Do you believe in soulmates? Should you believe in soulmates?

do you believe in soulmates

Do You Believe in Soulmates?

It really is up to the individual. Many people who never even considered finding a true soulmate became true believers once they experienced a soulmate connection. For someone who thinks soulmates are nothing more than New Age airy-fairy mumbo jumbo find themselves actually stunned when they have that first encounter with a true soulmate energy. The intensity of the connection can knock them off their feet. The emotional tidal wave is like nothing they have experienced before. The feeling of familiarity and comfort with someone they have just met makes no sense. The chemistry is so overwhelming it makes them feel weak at the knees and out of control. They finish each other sentences and are amazed at how it all just clicks.

Because the experience of meeting a soulmate was so unexpected, denial can set in. Instead of believing a soulmate is now in their lives, they try to deny the connection at all costs. They still refuse to believe in soulmates and completely deny the connection, even to themselves. Quite often when soulmates do encounter one another, only one of them can believe soulmates exist.

There is nothing wrong with believing you will meet your soulmate one day. Leaving yourself open to the arrival of your soulmate is the best approach. Just keep in mind the universe is not a fast-food restaurant where you can order your soulmate and have them delivered in minutes. It is on the universe’s timetable, not yours. When the universe feels the time is right they will orchestrate the meeting.

So many people get frustrated waiting for a soulmate partner to enter their lives. They lose patience and either decide every person they meet is a soulmate or stop believing in soulmates all together. Don’t let that happen to you. Don’t confuse the emotional roller coaster of a dysfunctional relationship with a soulmate relationship. Both have intense emotions, out of control thoughts and fears, drama, and issues. Yes, soul mate relationships can be dysfunctional, but not every dysfunctional relationship is with a soulmate. A bad experience in a toxic relationship can make someone no longer believe soulmates are real or that they will never find theirs. A negative viewpoint of relationships in general or previous bad experiences can prevent someone from believing in soulmates and actually block a soulmate energy from entering their life.

Once you have met your  soulmate, you may find many of your friends and family members believe the concept of soulmates is a bunch of nonsense. They don’t understand any of the emotions or experiences you try to describe to them. They begin to you question your sanity, and after a while, you may question it yourself. Many people, who have become believers in soulmates have at one point questioned their beliefs because it seems no one understands what they are going through. The only way the will is to experience it themselves.

The bottom line? You don’t have to believe in soulmates to encounter one. But if and when you do, it will make a believer out of you.

SOPHIA ELISE

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