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How To Recognize Your Soulmate

Updated on February 5, 2017
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According to Greek mythology, the first humans were created with four arms, legs and eyes and two noses and mouths. Afraid of their power, Zeus split them in two, leaving them to find their other half, These people are referred to as our soulmates.

Perhaps you already met your soulmate. You may have known each for years and not even know it. A soulmate doesn't necessarily have to be a romantic partner. It could be an acquaintance, a childhood friend or someone whom you feel very comfortable around. As crazy as it may sound, a soulmate could also be a total stranger. How many times have you met someone for the first time and just clicked? Maybe it was something funny that they said or you both agreed that the 40-yr old virgin (2005) movie was hilarious and you just couldn't stop laughing!

Soul-mates are two souls destined to be together. It is someone who you share a connection with on all levels: physical, intellectually and spiritual. When the two of you are together, you can't keep your hands off each other. There's a sudden rush of magic. That unforgettable moment at the beach when you shared a passionate kiss. Those magic moments that not even time can erase. Once in a while someone comes into your life and they make you feel alive again.

Some people define soulmates as their other half or that soulmates complete them. You meet these people throughout your life or out of the blue. At some point, you had a connection with them whether friendly or romantic and then you lose touch and when you reunite again you just continue where you left off, The only thing that separated you was distance and time. Magic moments those memories that not even time can erase.

Stay tuned for my next hub on twin flames.

Published by Marlene

Feb 5, 2017





Places where you might spot your soul-mate

At the beach

During a yoga session

At the museum

At a wine tasting event

Through a mutual friend

On vacation

On a flight

An art gallery

A bookstore/ café

An amusement park

At a restaurant

At a jazz festival

Do you believe there is a soulmate for each person?

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    • dashingscorpio profile image

      dashingscorpio 

      22 months ago

      "Soul-mates are two souls destined to be together." Not necessarily!

      Oftentimes during the "infatuation phase" of many (new) relationships both people are bending over backwards to impress one another and avoid anything that may cause the object of their desire to walk away.

      Laughter comes easily, conversations flow, sex is off the charts, and seems like everything you want to do he or she wants to do also.

      It's only natural to (feel) as though you've met your "soul-mate".

      However with age and dating experience comes wisdom.

      Essentially we learn to (enjoy) those first 6 months to a year without placing too much significance early on.

      The truth of the matter it's not until you have some major disagreement or someone accidentally crosses another's boundaries or almost commits a "deal breaker" that you see each other's "authentic selves".

      Seeing how someone responds to disappointments in life and handle stress will give you a better idea of whether or not they are "the one" for you. The goal is to find someone who shares your same values, wants the same things in the relationship that you do, naturally agrees with you on how to obtain those things, and last but not least have a mutual depth of love and desire for one another. Compatibility trumps compromise!

      Like attracts like and opposites attract divorce attorneys!

      There are only two ways to experience lasting joy and peace of mind in relationships: We either get what we want or we learn to be happy with what we have. Accept them (as is) or move on. The choice is up to us!

      In a world with over 7 Billion people each of us may have thousands if not millions of potential "soul-mates"!

      Scarcity is used as a romantic device in movies and novels.

      There is no such thing however as a "sole-mate".

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