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How would you define a 'SoulMate?'

  1. roxanne459 profile image88
    roxanne459posted 6 years ago

    How would you define a 'SoulMate?'

    I know many people that claim to have met their 'SoulMate' but I have to wonder.. how would you describe what that actually means?

  2. msorensson profile image71
    msorenssonposted 6 years ago

    Your true soulmate recognizes you as such. There is no doubt. You feel it in your heart. Your soulmate knows when you are hurting and try to alleviate it. It is the only criteria I can really write. It does not make a relationship perfect as there are years and years of programming and layers and layers of ego we have to peel, but you would know and he would know and whatever barrier is presented, both of you are willing to overcome it.

  3. pharuk temmy t profile image36
    pharuk temmy tposted 6 years ago

    Your soul mate is simply that person that stay right beside your heart,that person that brings joy into your body and soul whenever you think about the person because that is the person you are sharing your soul with.

  4. alisha4u profile image38
    alisha4uposted 6 years ago

    it's when your heart says... "This is the one I was waiting for... My search is over".. The one with whom you feel as if you were made for each other...

  5. Author Cheryl profile image87
    Author Cherylposted 6 years ago

    The person the completes you and you can answer each others questions before they are asked.  They know when something is wrong without having to ask.  You just feel love in your heart for them always and can get through the worst situations.

  6. KateWest profile image75
    KateWestposted 6 years ago

    Someone who believes in you and shares enough interests with you that you know you understand each other more than anyone else. Doesn't have to be romantic either - per my hub "Soul Mates Revisited".

  7. vox vocis profile image81
    vox vocisposted 6 years ago

    I don't think a soulmate necessarily has to be your love partner. In my case, although I love my husband very much and have a happy marriage, my best friend is my soulmate. Why? I don't have to explain things in order to make myself understood; she understands just by looking at me or from three words I say about something. If anybody, she knows me. Of course, it's the other way around, too.

  8. Mmargie1966 profile image93
    Mmargie1966posted 6 years ago

    I believe that a soul mate is the person you know so well, that you can read their mind, and they can read yours.  There is an unspoken communication right from the first meeting.

    My 2nd husband was my soul mate and my best friend.  He became ill and passed away in 2004, and I still feel as though I can communicate with him.  I talk to him, and receive answers through other sources like TV ads, songs, words from other people (sometimes strangers), and yes, psychic mediums.  I have actually felt him touch me, and I KNOW it was him.  Nobody will ever convince me other wise.

    When we first met, we would be in a room full of people, sitting or standing on opposite sides of the room and look at each other at the exact same moment, knowing what the other was thinking.  That continued throughout our time together here on Earth. We would have died for each other.  We would have gone through hell and back for each other.

    I have loved before, and I have loved since, but loving or being in-love is not the same as the relationship with your soul mate.  I look forward to the day I can "see" him again.

    I'm not sure if its possible to have more than one soul mate in a lifetime.  I am truly, truly in love with my 3rd, current and final husband, but we don't have that unspoken communication.  We know each other very well, so we do communicate well...with words.

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    ExoticHippieQueenposted 6 years ago

    Many people may believe that they have found their soulmate, but few know what the definition of that is, unless they have been in love a number of times before.  They absolutely have to have loved before in order to understand the difference between just loving someone and being a soulmate. Some people say they have found their soulmate, then turn around and backstab him/her, ridicule him/her or bicker with them incessantly, all the while claiming that they are with their soulmate.  No.

    I have only had 1 soulmate in my life, and don't know that I will ever have one again, but one thing I do know is that my relationship with him was different from any other man I had ever loved.  A soulmate is someone who meets every need that your soul may have, therefore is called a "soulmate".  You and your soulmate are in tune at every level, emotional, spiritual and physical.  You often have the same thoughts, communicate silently across a crowded room, and look forward to the moment you will see each other again when separated.  You never say an unkind word about your soulmate, and there is no anticipated end to your relationship, rather an expectation to happily spend the rest of your lives together.  Sex is bliss, and never grows old.  You want to cuddle, sit by the fire together, jump out of airplanes together, work in the yard together, yet separate identities and interests exist that take you in separate directions, but always, always, your mind drifts to your love and when you will see each other again.  There is nothing you won't do for your soulmate, and any task is not too large or too much to ask.  After living like this for almost 25 years, I understand that it was something very special, and it may not ever happen to me again.  But I can always hope.................

  10. profile image49
    subtalkposted 6 years ago

    My perspective it shouldn't be hard word's and body language say a lot ,listen to your heart it won't lied-- its the only true feeling you can rely on ii.if he or she seem to real to be true with thought of puzzle, then you know you're in for some serious  problem .

  11. ImKarn23 profile image77
    ImKarn23posted 6 years ago

    A soul mate is the one who loves you with the same intensity and within the same context as you do them. Being with them should be as easy as being by oneself, but better..

  12. Express10 profile image87
    Express10posted 6 years ago

    I'd describe it as a person who has the same values and types of goals that I do. A soulmate has a good sense of humor and is a genuinely good person, doesn't put on an act around certain people. A soulmate will be with you through thick and thin. We might finish each others sentences or say things just before the other was about to say it. Thanks for asking this question because you have reminded me that I am lucky!

 
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