Did your soulmate move too fast? Did your soulmate go from zero to sixty in no time flat? If they did, that’s quite normal.
The connection between soulmates seems to speed up the progression of the relationship. Usually there is not even a dating phase. The couple goes from meeting for the first time to being in a relationship quickly. In some cases, this can cause problems down the line.
SOULMATES CAN MOVE TOO FAST
Soulmates tend to move forward with lightning speed. This is due in part to their past-life connection with one another. Additionally, there’s so much excitement at finally finding each other in this lifetime.
Both members of the soulmate couple usually get caught up in the whirlwind at first. It’s normal for them to feel comfortable and willing to open up with one another so easily. Because of this, the relationship progresses very quickly and they both enjoy the momentum. It’s quite the ride!
Even though you just met, you feel as though you have known one another for a very long time. Days, weeks or months zoom by. Now you may even be discussing moving in together, marriage, or even your children. Some soulmates even discuss ALL these issues within the first weeks of meeting. Since this is a very positive feeling, and also very organic, with soulmates it wouldn’t be a problem. At some point though, it may become one.
When a soulmate relationship moves too fast, and then everyone comes back down to earth, conflicts can occur. One such conflict is when you question why and how you have such deep feelings so quickly. If they develop slowly, over time, the mind can get used to it. The time getting to know each other could justify it along the way.
When it moves too fast, the mind questions the validity of these feelings. And it can also affect the relationship. Friends and family may also mention they think everything is moving too fast. They mean well, but their opinions can cause trouble for the couple.
Another problem that occurs when soulmates move too fast is the loss of control. At first it feels very natural to surrender to the intensity of the connection. But later on, that loss of control and vulnerability can scare one or both of the soulmates. So they attempt to regain some control over their emotions and try to hide their vulnerability. They usually do this by denying the connection, minimizing the connection or even say it is only one-sided.
Soulmates often say their feelings change and they don’t mean it when they express them. It’s similar to when someone says “I love you” for the first time and then wish like hell they could take it back. Many actually believe if they say they don’t have strong feelings, and don’t feel the connection, that somehow they can wish it in reality. You can’t.
Feelings, especially those of soulmates, don’t change overnight or for silly, insignificant reasons. When someone gets in too deep with their emotions, they experience vulnerability on a level they have never experienced before. It can be downright scary. So to minimize their chances of getting hurt they pretend they don’t care as much as they do.
Often soulmates who move to fast have a period where they separate. Usually this is because one or both of them have to prove to themselves that the connection is real.
If you have met your soulmate, chances are you will move very fast, because that’s how soulmates tend to move. Be aware the momentum may hit the brakes at a certain point and there could be a separation between you. Don’t panic, since this is very commonly just an adjustment period.
Originally posted on 2017-12-14 @ 2:56 am