Can I bring my soulmate back to me after our break-up?
This is one of the most common questions people ask us. So we decided to discuss it with an article.
There’s nothing more difficult than a soulmate break-up. The grieving process is extremely hard and many going through it really struggle. During this tough time they tell us they’ll do anything to bring their soulmate back to them. We tell them, time and time again, it’s not up to you. It’s up to your soulmate when/if they decide to return.
But what about spells, rituals, or anything like that?
NO RITUAL, SPELL OR MAGIC WILL BRING YOUR SOULMATE BACK
You can’t make a soulmate come back to you after you break-up. There is no love spell, prayer, ritual or anything that you can do to force a person to reconcile with you. A psychic can’t bring them back either. Please don’t be fooled by those charlatans.
People are not puppets. You won’t be successful trying force love, or a relationship, and expect good results. Now what you can do is give your soulmate an initiative to come back to you. Begging them, pleading with them, or crying isn’t going to give them that initiative. Never chase a runner. It only makes them run faster and further away.
We’ve noticed from our readings that many times soulmates don’t rush to reconcile. They think they have all the time in the world. Their soulmate leads them to believe they love them so much and can’t go on without them. They’ve proven they don’t want anyone else and only want their soulmate.
The soulmate who leaves is confident they can return whenever they want.
They’re not going through a grieving process, because they know their soulmate still loves them. But the one who on the receiving end of the break-up has no confidence and no dea if their soulmate still loves them. As a matter of fact they tend to believe their soulmate will never return and no longer loves them.
When you chase a runner and give their ego a boost, by begging them to come back, it backfires. Horribly. Now the soulmate thinks they can take their sweet time returning. And they do just that. If you ‘ve reinforced how much you want your soulmate back, and how hard it will be for you to move on, it’s time for an about-face. And you need to do it NOW.
STAY QUIET, STAY STILL
Don’t make excuses to contact them. Do not initiate any texts, calls or meetings. Unless they contact you to reconcile, there’s no need for you to spend time talking, texting or meeting them. All you’re doing is letting them know they can take as much time as they want. (Because you aren’t going anywhere.) And for God’s sake don’t be their friend, hoping your relationship will revert to a romantic one. Doing so usually keeps you in the friend zone.
You need to stop being available to them. It’s time to get the hell out of the house, or at least give the illusion that you are. You don’t get points or sympathy from them by falling apart. You don’t have to create fake dates or love interests. But you have to live you life and show you’re enjoying it.
Your soulmate needs to see you aren’t home moping. Let them believe you’re out there in the world and experiencing life.That will get their attention more so than hiding in your house, being miserable. Take away that confidence they have that they can take forever to return. Give them something to worry about for a change.
DON’T WORRY BE HAPPY
They need to start worrying about what may happen, and who you may meet, while you’re out there. Since they are not afraid of losing you, they need a wake-up call. They need to see that you’re happy, surrounding yourself with supportive people and having a good time.
It will make them take notice. If your soulmate is going to come back, they need to have some fear that if they don’t do it soon, it may be too late. They need to start worrying that you might be emotionally available to someone else if they take longer.
Those are just some of the things you can do to bring your soulmate back. But don’t let them think you’re just sitting around pathetically waiting for them. Please keep in mind, that many soulmates reunite, but not all soulmate relationships are meant to last forever.
You may also want to check out our article: Soulmate Separation Anxiety