The memory of a soulmate affects different people in different ways. For some, the memory of a soulmate makes them wonder what went wrong in the relationship. They can obsess on what they did wrong, what they could have done differently, or if the whole thing was a figment of their imagination. For people like that, the memory of a soulmate keeps them from moving forward.
IS THE MEMORY OF A SOULMATE KEEPING YOU STUCK?
Even people in soulmate relationships that are in a very dysfunctional state allow the memory of good times to cloud their judgement. They remember the time when things were good. And they believe that’s how things should be, and will be. If they can just hang in there. They hope being loving toward their soulmate will in turn cause them to return that love. In many cases, just hanging in there and being loving, just makes things worse for the couple.
Sometimes the memory of how things were during good times, holds people back from doing what really needs to be done to make the relationship better. Forget about the past for now. Don’t even focus so much on the future. You need to put your attention on the present. Because this is what will shape your relationship going forward. Look at the problems you’re currently facing. And look for new ways to create change. Stop using the behaviors you used in the past. Those clearly didn’t work.
Stop contributing to the dysfunction in your relationship. And set about creating a new improved relationship. You may be in for the fight of your life, but it’s a fight you can win. You need to be brave, just like you want your soulmate to be. If you want your soulmate to be strong, well you have to be strong too.
HOW DOES YOUR SOULMATE REMEMBER YOU?
What do you think your soulmate’s memory of you is? Do they think you’ve changed? Have you lost their respect? If you have, then you can look back and see where you let go of your self-respect. Vow to not do that ever again, not even for your soulmate.
The memory of a soulmate can be a good thing when you’re looking for a new relationship. Some soulmates have to let go of their soulmate for the present time. They find it very hard to find someone new to care about, and blame their soulmate memories.
Look at it this way: If your soulmate made you raise the bar on what you want out of a relationship, that’s a good thing. It keeps you from settling for something that’s beneath you. And since you’ve raised the bar and want only the best in a partner, it’s going to be harder to find. Pebbles are everywhere, diamonds are not. So don’t blame the memory of a soulmate from keeping you from finding someone new, because that’s not always the case.
Sometimes the memory of a soulmate purposely keeps you from moving on because your soulmate will be returning. The universe triggers your soulmate memories to keep you from making a mistake or being involved with someone you shouldn’t be. Sometimes the memory of a soulmate, although painful, can save you from more pain down the line.