Do you think you have to search long and hard for your soul mate? Most people do. And that’s because we tend to believe that once we’ve found our soulmate, we don’t have to look for anyone else ever again.
But this belief can make life harder and more painful for both you and your soulmate. Plus, it interferes with your soul mate’s true role and purpose in your life.
You Don’t Have to Find Your Soulmate
If you’re single, or if you feel like you’re settling for less in your relationship, you may be on the hunt for your soulmate. But when it comes to these precious individuals, you usually don’t have to actively look for them.
When the timing is right, you and your soulmate will naturally attract each other. And you can help this happen, not by searching for him or her online, or in every café and grocery store, but by working on being yourself.
You can do this by honoring your true nature and creating a positive energy. When you’re authentic and living true to your nature, you create the perfect setting for your soulmate to enter into.
You May Have More Than One Soulmate
Many people believe that you have one – and only one – soulmate. Unfortunately, this kind of mindset puts a lot of unnecessary pressure on both you and your soulmate.
Usually, people want a life partner to share their earthly life with. But soulmates are far more than life partners or romantic interests. What’s more, you can have many soulmates throughout your lifetime. And no matter when they show up in your life, they always play a very important role: you can think of them as unofficial spiritual teachers.
Technically, a soulmate can be anyone … your friend, family member, boss. A soulmate is simply someone you have lived another lifetime with; they are a part of your spiritual soulmate family. So, even if someone you meet is for sure your soulmate, it does not necessarily mean they are meant to be a romantic partner. However, it is highly likely that person is in your life for a reason.
Your Soulmate Fulfills a Spiritual Purpose in Your Life
A soulmate’s job is to help you move toward a higher state of consciousness. They do this by awakening us and challenging us to evolve spiritually. That means that some soulmates will have to teach you tough lessons before you both separate in your earthly journeys.
For example, if your energy is stuck or blocked, or you’re not living life to the fullest, your soulmate may come to you at this critical time and push you out of your comfort zone.
Soulmates play such an important role in our life, and because of this, they can be a part of a very emotionally-charged relationship. And whenever you experience so much with another person, it’s easy to believe that you’re meant to stay together forever.
But soulmates enter your life depending on your deepest spiritual needs. And knowing that can make it easier for you to release them once they’ve fulfilled their purpose in your life.
How to Recognize Your Soulmate
Recognizing a soulmate happens on the level of your deepest, innermost knowing. It’s a knowing that goes beyond your intellect or logic. You’ll feel a connection that’s perfectly clear, yet completely unexplainable to you. If you feel you do need assistance then the angels can help you.
For example, you may experience flashbacks as if you’ve spent time together. (And perhaps you have in another life.) You can also feel very in sync with your soulmate, and intuitively know what they’re thinking or feeling. You may even anticipate their needs or finish each other sentences. In short, you just get each other.
Love and Cherish Your Soulmates
Soulmates can feel like our Earthly guardian angels who make us feel incredibly safe, secure and protected. With them, we can be open and vulnerable. We can be ourselves. This is a rare gift in our fleeting world, and nobody wants to lose something so precious.
So, even if you love your soulmate deeply, try to recognize that this love shouldn’t be what keeps you together once your roles have been fulfilled.
This is how you can become too attached to your soulmate, and end up claiming them for yourself. But they’re not ours to keep, and keeping them can add a lot of unnecessary pain to your life.
Instead, we should cherish and love them without having any ownership or attachment to them. We should also thank them for the sacred role they’ve performed. Without them, we might never experience true love or evolve spiritually.