Soulmate Relationships: Fated and Non-Fated

Soulmate relationships come to us through destiny or fate. But not all of them are fated. Fate lends a hand in bringing soulmates together but divine intervention will only do so much.

A fated relationship will shape your life by bringing experiences you wouldn’t have without them in your life. So if you didn’t have this fated meeting, your life path may have taken a different route. When it’s a fated relationship, it will be bigger than both of you. And it will unfold as the Universe wants it to.

FATED SOULMATE RELATIONSHIPS

When we cross paths with destiny it’s truly a cosmic experience. Soulmate and karmic relationships will come into your life no matter what you do. When this happens you’ll see the flow of what seem like random events converging together. This creates the mystical experience that defines a fated relationship. These people will always make a big impact on your life.

We can also have relationships from non-fated meetings. These people come into our lives to teach us a lesson and then move on. Sadly a soulmate relationship doesn’t always last a lifetime. So it could only last for a season or a reason. That reason is to provide experiences for your own personal growth, then they move on. Even though there’s a strong emotional bond, once we learn the lesson, it’s time to let them go. And yes, we realize moving on is  easier said than done. That will also be part of the lesson.

Soulmate Relationships: Fated and Non-Fated
Soulmate Relationships: Fated and Non-Fated

FATED OR NON-FATED?

So how exactly can you determine if it’s destiny? When fate is present the Universe moves things around to force a meeting. It only happens by divine design. For instance, let’s say you plan a trip but when you get to the airport, the weather is really bad. So they airline delays your flight and you wait at the airport for 10 hours.

When the plane can finally leave it’s a different seating plan. Now you’re in a different seat. Then someone comes and sits next to you, and you talk for the entire 5-hour flight. You get along great! You exchange contact details and BOOM!

This is a soul connection. So if the weather was great you wouldn’t have been on that flight! With the bad storms, different seating plan and 10 hour delay, you meet someone you connect with on every level. The Universe has to orchestrate the sequence of events to allow your paths to cross, at the right time, at the right place.

Pretty amazing isn’t it?

Non-fated relationships are also important to our personal growth. The Universe brings people and events we need to inspire us. This creates necessary change we need in our lives. If you’ve had a non-fated experience, be grateful for lesson that came with it. Because in some way that person touched your life.

You don’t have to go out and look for these types of connections. When they’re supposed to come into your life they will. There’s not one thing you can do to encourage it along. Go out. Live your life. When things start to appear chaotic, like the cancellation of plans, etc., take a step back. Perhaps you too will see how the Universe is working in your life.

Originally posted on 2013-11-18 @ 11:52 am

12 thoughts on “Soulmate Relationships: Fated and Non-Fated”

  1. Another thing that happened is I realized that energy that I felt settled being with him and it felt like I was finally home. I don’t understand why I feel like I miss him when we are apart, even just one night I miss him but when we are together I feel good. We are good together. Apart of me thinks it’s got something to do with the fact that we were apart for so long. I have never felt this way so quickly in my life. I don’t understand what it is. I don’t feel like we are separated from each other, it’s just a desire to be near him again and although I recognize the intensity as the same as when we were states apart it makes no sense because we live across town from each other

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  2. I was in Starbucks one year ago. While going through a horrible divorse. A nice man started talking to me for awhile. I told him I had to go. He asked if I was going to come back the next day, I told him maybe. A year went by and my girlfriend put me in plenty of fish. I didn’t know. The next day she told me and I went on. Started talking to a nice man and he said a week later, you don’t have to worry about telling people we met on pof because we met at Starbucks. And we connected in an amazing way.

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    • Love this story! I reconnected thru Bumble with a summer love from 11 years ago. The night before I went onto the site. I set my alarm for 5:30am. I asked myself why as I never wake up that early. A voice answered because that’s when he wakes up. I shook off the voice and went to bed. The next morning I wake up at 5:30am and the Bumble app pops on my phone. I started to swipe on the profiles just for kicks. He’s the second one I see. I swipe right so we can catch up. A day later I notice a message saying he extended time to talk to me. I apologize for taking so long. I wasn’t on the app that day after and had even forgotten. He says we were down to 44 minutes! He was freaking out! We talked that night on the phone for the first time in years. He says I was so happy on Monday when I saw your profile. It was on my bday. He said what a synchronicity. I said oh wow. It was your bday. I then ask him what time do wake up in the morning. He then says 5:30am!!!!! For all those people who have met their soulmates and lost them please know the universe sends them home when you are ready. And you may even have a few of them. But the one that returns is the ONE. Love and light and blessings xoxoxoxo

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  3. Fate or not? My first love ❤️ I got in contact thru fb to do with something else not to catch up or anything this was after 20+ years. It happened to be that he worked just around the corner from where I lived and wanted to catch up. Thanks

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