Below are seven tips for attracting your soulmate, but first, what exactly is a soulmate? Your soulmate, the person you’re destined to be with, will be your life partner, and they are someone who will be there with you through thick and thin. They’ll be your best friend, your other half, your ray of light, your world.
You’ll know they’re your soulmate because you will have a special feeling for them from the beginning. This feeling never disappears, no matter how long you’ve been together. The sparks may dim somewhat after several years but never fizzle out entirely. For some people, it’s their ultimate life goal; for others, it’s a reality they already live and enjoy.
Finding your soulmate isn’t a mission you must dedicate your time, energy, or strength towards. It’s something that happens on its own, naturally, when two people are ready to become one. It’s less about “finding” them and more about attracting and being prepared for them when you meet them. The better prepared you are, the sooner you can be part of a relationship that brings you indescribable joy.
Being Soulmates Doesn’t Mean There Won’t Be Disagreements
Two people becoming one isn’t an easy task by any means. Soulmates have the same problems as others do in their relationships. It is a myth that you’ll never argue or disagree once you’re with your soulmate. Life with your soulmate isn’t going to be perfect every day, and happiness isn’t automatically guaranteed. We’re all unique and have character flaws, so we’re bound to clash with others and have occasional fights; it’s only natural.
The secret to a happy and everlasting relationship with your soulmate isn’t being a perfect person with no faults that cause you to fight; it’s having the ability to work through those faults. You need to grow and evolve together, be on each other’s team, and genuinely enjoy being in each other’s company even when things aren’t perfect.
If you believe you’ve found your soulmate but feel like you’re experiencing many problems and don’t know how to proceed, consulting a love psychic can help you get your relationship back on track. It would be best if you were in a position where you are as prepared as possible to build a life with your soulmate. The seven steps below are things you can do to ensure you’re ready to move forward when you meet them.
Holding onto your ex one way or another is common after a relationship has ended. You may believe you’re over them, but the reality is, if you’re still talking to them, you’re more than likely still hung up on them. Sharing bits of your everyday life with them, wishing you could spend time with them again, and looking back to when you were with them are all things that will keep you from being with your soulmate.
Sharing bits of your life with your ex, wishing you could spend time with them again, and looking back to when you were together will keep you from being with your soulmate. It’s almost impossible to meet the person you’re meant to spend the rest of your life with if you’re still communicating with your exes. Can it happen? Sure, anything is possible. Is it likely to happen? No.
You have to learn from the past and move on. It doesn’t mean you must hate your ex; you just need to untangle your life from theirs. Of course, cutting off contact with your ex is tough if you have children together. This step doesn’t apply to those that are co-parenting. For those in that situation, I know you can’t stop talking to them altogether. However, the rest still applies:
- Avoid sharing personal bits of your life.
- Stop wishing you could spend time with them again.
- Don’t look back to when you were together and think of what could have been.
Respect them as the parent of your child and leave it at that. Limit conversations to things that have to do with your children.
Did your ex hurt you? Did they cheat on you? Does it seem like all your exes were dead-set on tearing your heart to shreds? If so, you’re not alone! Almost everyone has experienced relationship pain like this at least once. The important thing is that you move on from it. Go through counseling if you need help. Accept that it happened, learn from it, and push forward.
You can’t fully join your soulmate if you’re hung up on someone from your past. You have to be ready to receive the love your soulmate will want to give you. It fills your heart and then some. You need all the room in there for them and only them, not others who hurt you in the past and are no longer in your life.
Don’t waste precious time on bitterness and resentment. If you went through a nasty divorce that still bothers you, you shouldn’t consider it bad because divorce can be good sometimes. Don’t spend your valuable time and energy angry at your ex for what they did to you; you’ll only be hurting yourself. Forgive them and move forward with this new chapter of your life.
“If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive”- Mother Theresa.
Do you feel you’ve been having more bad days than good ones lately? No matter how hard you try, are you still unhappy? Does it feel like everyone’s mission is to aggravate you? If so, you’re likely having a bad day, week, or month. How receptive and responsive do you think you can be to your soulmate if you met them suddenly while in this state?
Missing signs around you is easy if you’re not at peace. Your soulmate could be right next to you at the grocery store, but your inner angst can cause you to walk past them. Be prepared and open to good things that might come your way! Always look for the positive in every single moment and day. Turn your bad days into good ones by changing your perspective.
Getting caught up in what you want from a life partner and not looking inwards is easy. You want to be with someone good-looking, healthy, and full of life but don’t think you have to be those things. You believe your soulmate will love you how you are and that looks, and health won’t matter to them.
While this has some truth- the right person will love you regardless of your flaws- it isn’t entirely accurate. You can’t expect to head out into the world looking messy and unkempt and expect to attract a put-together Mr. Right. You must take care of yourself, both inside and out, first.
When you prioritize taking care of yourself, your mood improves, you’re happier and more attractive, and you radiate positive and confident vibes that others pick up on. Incorporate a healthy diet, regular exercise, and meditation into your daily routine, and you’ll be amazed at the changes you’ll see in yourself. Be the type of person you’d like to date!
After my divorce, I was alone, confused, and full of many unanswered questions. I decided to have a psychic reading, and with the spiritual guidance they provided, I was able to turn my life around for the better. I remember asking a psychic why, after countless years of searching, I still hadn’t found my soulmate. Was there something wrong with me? With the psychic’s help, I learned there wasn’t anything wrong with me, per se.
The problem was that I had remained stuck in my old ways and hadn’t progressed anywhere for several years, and I wasn’t where I needed to be mentally and emotionally. You can’t expect to remain the same and have drastic changes happen to you. If everything around you has been more or less the same, it’s time for a significant change. Go surfing or bungee jumping. Join a painting class or take piano lessons. Never stop trying new things and learning new skills.
Often, the best things in life are hiding in plain sight. Just barely beyond our reach but right in front of us, ironically. Sometimes, they hide among the things we dislike the most. A topic or activity that you’ve never been very interested in or never understood and therefore avoided could be the thing that leads you to your soulmate.
For example, say you were never interested in joining a running club because running sounds boring. Your friend wants to start running for her health and asks you to join her. You decide to keep an open mind and at least try it, so you agree. While there, you realize you can run at your own pace and love how you feel post-run. After every group run, everyone meets for a drink at the local bar. You sit next to the most amazing person you’ve ever met and can’t stop talking to each other.
Aside from learning how enjoyable running can be and getting healthier, you also met your soulmate by keeping an open mind. I’m not suggesting you go against your beliefs and drastically change your way of life. I’m just saying that you need to be open to other ideas and suggestions before automatically shutting them down. Looking at things with an open mind and a curious perspective will teach you much about yourself.
It makes sense that if you want your soulmate to find you, you must make yourself easier to find. The following are great starting points:
- Radiate from the inside out with love and positivity
- Glow with confidence and pride
- Be respectful of all living things, and never be afraid to spread happiness
- Be compassionate and charitable when able
- Don’t put yourself last, but don’t be scared to put others before you if they need you
- Do your best to live the life you’re life to the fullest
Your soulmate will help you learn, heal and complete you, but they alone can’t make you happy. They can’t make you feel motivated and make you better. You’ll have to work on these things on your own first. This goes both ways, your soulmate can’t rely on you for all their needs, but you should be able to help them learn, heal and complete them.
You can only do that if you’ve learned to love yourself deeply and genuinely in your heart first. Only once you love yourself can you give and receive true love to and from others. Your soulmate can be anyone and can appear at any time. They can be someone you used to know, lost contact with, and recently reunited with again.
They can be someone you don’t know yet, someone you’ve just met, with whom you would’ve never imagined yourself being in a million years. Follow these steps to attract them and be prepared because when you meet them, you’ll know they’re the one for you, and you won’t want to lose them by being unprepared.