My condolences are usually met with confusion, but, when the whole thing becomes a disaster, they turn to me for an explanation. If you dissect the word you get Soul (the spiritual being that is the eternal you) and Mate.
There is a general assumption that Mate refers to a romantic life partner.
Yet many of us find ourselves giving up hope when our “happily ever after” doesn’t appear on schedule.
This is one of the most common topics Indigo Children ask me about.
It usually starts with an excited email or text stating they have found their Soulmate! First, let’s get clear on exactly what a Soulmate is.
An Art Night Pasadena was getting underway when I boarded a shuttle and headed to a new exhibit.
She had real potential, a vibrancy that seemed to leap off my Tinder screen.
How to find your match Plus: Why we're wired to find love!
Ah soulmates – those fortunate people we believe are meant for each other as if they share a magical mystical connection.
We feel affection and fondness (Storge), friendship (Phileo), and romance (Eros) as we learn how to love unconditionally (Agape) in any circumstance and in any type relationship. Our soul families are here to help us learn unconditional love.
It takes more than romance to fulfill that mission and our soulmates are up to the job taking on whatever human role is needed for our growth.
Happy couples who seem more compatible and contented in every way.