Find Yourself to Find Your Soulmate

Do you want to find your soulmate? Have you waited to find your soulmate only to be met with disappointing relationships time and again? Are the confines of a relationship no longer enough for you? It seems almost everyone, everywhere has heard this latest New Age buzzword, and just has to find their soulmate.  We all have several, and sometimes many soulmates in our lives. Many of you are currently in, or have been, in a romantic soulmate relationship before. So, what were you doing when that soulmate came into your life?  Now we don’t mean, were you sitting at a table in Starbucks slugging down a White Chocolate Mocha. It is much deeper than that. What were you doing with your LIFE?

Soulmates tend to find each other during their respective pursuits of their soul missions. Creating a soulmate could be seen as a spiritual reward that we give ourselves, after pursuing many soul contracts rife with discord.
~Linda Brady

Find Yourself to Find Your Soulmate

Find Yourself to Find Your Soulmate

Were you sad, depressed and lonely from a recent relationship breakup? Did you look at the floor as you shuffled through Wal-mart to get the week’s groceries? Did you spend weekends wrapped up in a blanket, schlubbed on the couch eating bon-bons and watching Lifetime movies wishing you were the heroine? Did you find bathing, washing your hair and other grooming essentials just too much effort because you were not in a relationship?  Did you just stop caring about yourself…because you lost yourself somewhere along the way? Do you think this is the right energy to put out their to find your soulmate?

~ OR ~ Were you in a successful career that just felt right to you? Were you enrolled in college, or a masters program and really focused on yourself and your own aspirations? Had you already had several failed romantic relationships and currently taking a break to focus on yourself and your own life? Had you been through a period of solitude where you experienced tremendous expansion of your own psyche and spiritual growth? Had you come through a period of transformation, ready to embrace the world again? Were you full of life, smiling, happy and vibrant with the universal flow of energy within you?

If you are hoping to find your soulmate, and hoping for a soulmate relationship in your life, you will not find one while wandering listlessly through life, meandering from one weekend television marathon to the next. You have no direction.

If you are looking to find your soulmate but don’t take care of your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies, a soulmate can’t enter. You lack respect for yourself, so how can a romantic partner respect you? If you think a soulmate relationship, or any romantic relationship, will resolve your unhappiness, misery and despair, it will never work. If you are not happy with yourself and who your are, there is not way a soulmate partner can compliment you. You are looking for them to complete you. That is not their job, but yours.

When you figure out who you are, and what you want in your life, then you are ready for the soulmate to enter your life. You have to be happy with yourself first. You have to be at peace with who you are. Now we are not saying you must have it all figured out, but at least making some progress toward finding yourself and knowing who you are.  There are more tips and guidelines for what you should be doing with your life to find your soulmate in our article When Will I Meet My Soulmate?



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