What is the degree of your soulmate strength? Soulmate relationships are designed to make stronger, not weaker. So why do some soulmate relationships make you behave in a weak and disempowered way? We have written about the strength between soulmates. The strength of the connection, love, commitment and so much more. But there’s also a weakness associated with the connection. When it comes to soulmates, the strength of our emotions makes us feel powerless. And this causes us to act in ways that are perceived as weak.
STRENGTH AND WEAKNESS
In this particular situation though strength and weakness reveal themselves at the wrong times. For example let’s say your soulmate is weak, and can’t embrace you connection. You shouldn’t use your strength to help the weaker soulmate become stronger. If you do this, you’ll become weak as well and do the wrong things to enable their weakness.
If your soulmate isn’t fully engaging with you, and is in and out of your life, they will be able to use your soulmate connection against you. Now it is time for the excuses: “I know I shouldn’t let them do this, but they are my soulmate, and I am afraid of losing them.”
FEAR IS THE ENEMY
This fear will cause you to say, think and do all the wrong things. You’re not utilizing your soulmate connection to pursue the things you need to do in this relationship. Instead of giving you the strength to address the lessons you need to learn, you allow the connection to be your excuse to be driven by fear. Your soulmate is already doing that, which is creating the problem in the first place.
So how could you think by doing the same thing your relationship will improve? It won’t. It keeps you stuck in fear and weakness, rather than acceptance and strength. When you allow your soulmate to use your connection the wrong way, you both wind up hurt and frustrated. Unfortunately, you will be the one with the most pain and frustration.
FIND YOUR POWER
The person who accepts and embraces the soulmate connection should be using that as their strength. It should be what you hold on to, rather than cling to, out of fear. If you want your soulmate to have the strength to make changes, shouldn’t you lead by example? If you’re filled with weakness and fear, how can you expect your soulmate to be brave and courageous? You know how strong your bond is. And instead of finding peace, comfort and validation in that, you are worried and miserable. Now you’re taking this blessing and turning it into a curse.
This is all wrong. There’s a reason why your soulmate is not ready and your relationship isn’t moving forward. You’re pinning it all on them and wondering why they’re not getting it together. You focus on them making changes and doing what they need to do. But look at what you’re doing, or not doing, that’s causing them to remain in soulmate limbo. It is better for you and your soulmate if you approach it from the position of soulmate strength, not weakness. In soulmate relationships, only the strong survive!