Good Question! The most important thing to find is the 'Soul.' Before you disconnect me from this site... Think About That. Personally, I have not 'found' that many people seem to have one. (I don't mean from a religious sense) I believe that a 'Soul Mate' is someone that you connect with on all levels. You Just KNOW. It is an intuitive experience. No words are required.. you Know Eachother so well and don't create expectations or ever find fault in eachover. Ronan Keating sums it up in the lyrics to his song: You Say It Best... Perhaps your Soul Mate is the that you consider to be Your 'Guardian Angel.' If so; What lesson would you learn?
Great question. We are all soul mates. Singling out one person because of a type of love (we know there are many types of love) doesn't make sense. I value honesty, loyalty, truthfulness and a sense of fun in whoever I spend time with.
I agree entirely with this theory but after the way my beloved ex betrayed me in all of those respects, a mere five months on from my horrific discovery, I still have a very bitter taste in my mouth following her "betrayals." I am now sticking to dogs! Far more loyal than women (in my experience!)
Not me as I was messin with you in the religious section but like you I am recently seperated 7 months and have learnt that in life even the most trusted people let you down. Yer ok and a good guy GH, I just like to pisstake, enjoy yer day !
I don't believe in soulmates. I think that some people are better suited to be together. However I don't think there is one person out there that you are meant to be with. A lot of factors come into play before you spend the rest of your life with someone. If I was asked what qualities I look for in a significant other, I could answer that.
I believe I have found my soulmate, but not because it was pre-destined. I found a man with the ability to give love and to receive it. We are a good match. Everyday we are together, we are learning and becoming more understanding to one another. Our souls are committing to each other more and more each moment. A person can have more than one soul mate in their lifetime. Love is a fluid thing.
i can't agree with this because 'happy' is highly relative to an individual, and is often used judgmentally by others to presume something potentially inaccurate about that individual's need and readiness to be in a loving relationship.
life and love are about growth and change, not achieving a state of perpetual centripetal bliss.
I think it's that you no longer need anyone else to approve of your feelings about yourself. You know what you need to be happy and if other people don't agree, well, so what. I've noticed that people who have reached this point in their lives make better friends too.
I don't think the concept of feeling someone is a soulmate is something that involves "thinking x is important". It's just something that it is. Whether or not it's nothing more than a matter of x amount of things clicking or not, I don't know; but I do know there are people who have experienced it.
I think the reason so many people don't believe in it is that it is rare. Someone once said to me, "If we all waited to find a soulmate we'd all end up single forever and having no children." On the other hand, a lot of people pretty much call call any-old-body they're happy with a "soulmate" (until the relationship goes sour and they find another "soulmate" ).
I think you know you've had a soulmate experience when after all is done, you know what to do in life. You get it. You got it all figured out. It doesn't matter if you ended up together. Soulmate relationships have to...