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.
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.