I think a lot of people have this idea in their head about what a soul mate is. There’s a general notion that soul mates are perfect partners, happily-ever-after stories sprinkled with sparkly glitter, sunshine, and rainbows.
As much as people hope and believe that soul mates can bring a lifetime of joy, that’s not always the case. Soul mates teach us lessons, and help us learn and grow. Often, soul mates are people we’ve incarnated with many lifetimes before, and from what I’ve experienced in countless sessions, many of us tend to repeat the same cycles and patterns with the same people until we finally resolve our issues and release the karma.
A soul mate is not always a match made in heaven. A soul mate can be someone who drives you nuts, or someone who hurts you. A soul mate can be someone you meet again – someone you know you’ve met before in another lifetime – and yet not the person you spend the rest of your life with. In fact, a lot of people I work with come to me in great pain, because they’ve met a person they just know is a soul mate, but for one reason or another, they’re not going to spend the rest of their lives together this go-around.
Soul mates aren’t just romantic partners, either. They are friends and family, co-workers and pets. We tend to reincarnate in pods, and in any given lifetime, you’ll meet people you’ve known from other lives. I personally have friends I know I’ve known from past lives – there’s just this wonderful understanding we have with each other, and a deep love and kinship that is inexplicable. On the flip side, there are people who have been mean for no reason, people I really struggle with – and with these people, there are lessons I need to learn and things I need to do to clear up the karma, to evolve, and to grow my soul. The same goes for clients I work with. I’ve had people rattle off names of all kinds of people they know in their life, asking me to tell them how they’ve known these people in past lives, and what comes through often makes them laugh, because the relationships from distant times are often the same as they are now, in this lifetime!
The beauty of soul mates, romantic or otherwise, is that there are billions of people on the earth right now, and travel is easier than it has ever been in the history of the world. That means we have more of a chance to meet soul mates than ever before, and that we can work on relationships, and learn, and grow, by leaps and bounds. For instance, in the past, let’s say you married someone from your village, and it wasn’t a harmonious relationship. But you had to stay married, and you had to stay in the same village, and live out your life together. Nowadays, that’s not as much of a problem. You can choose to stay together and work on your issues, or you can separate, work on forgiving that person and releasing the karma, and then move on, and find another soul mate to share your life with. It’s easier to do so than it’s ever been before.
A soul mate is a person who can share in pain and sorrow, or even cause pain and sorrow, or someone who can support you, bring you joy, and help you along your path. If you’d like to manifest more soul mates in your life, all you have to do is set the intention that you wish to meet them. You can even intend that you’ll meet soul mates who will help you have more happiness, peace, and light in your life. It’s not hard. In fact, it’s one of the easiest things to manifest, since the world is chock full of people and we all have so many things in common with one another.
If you’d like to focus on manifesting a romantic soul mate, check out my Mp3 audio program, Magnetize Your Soul Mate. It’s a good one!
What do you think about soul mates? Have you met people that you just KNOW you’ve known before?