Fast-Track Your Spiritual Soulmate Journey
It’s the Journey that Attracts your Spiritual Soulmate
Looking around the corner to find out if your spiritual soulmate has arrived yet, Is like the kids saying ‘are we there yet’? And just like the kids, the more often you ask yourself, the longer the journey seems to take.
I guess the important thing to note is that, attracting your spiritual soulmate is a journey, Not a destination. Sure, we all want to get there, to the destination. In this case, it’s the spiritual soulmate. The close connection, the holding hands, the gentle touch, the look when they think you aren’t watching, the attentiveness. We all want that.
That’s what you’re looking for. But when it doesn’t happen, if you feel that twinge of disappointment within, then you know you’re focused on the destination and not the journey. The ‘are we there yet’? Is this it, is this the time, is today the day?
Journey is Important in Attracting your Soulmate
Your journey is the most important element in attracting your Spiritual soulmate, because it’s all about the inner journey. Connecting with your spiritual soulmate won’t even happen without this inner journey you’re beginning right now. The reason the inner journey is important is because your connection isn’t about time, it’s about expansion.
So you’ll never need to ask ‘are we there yet’? Because if it’s missing then you aren’t.
You will know when you’re there.
Continually Looking around the corner and being eager for your spiritual soulmate to arrive is the equivalent to noticing they’re missing. Every subject is always two subjects. The abundance of something or the lack of it. A subject is like a sword. You can take hold by the handle and feel empowered, that’s the abundance, or you can take hold of the sword by the tip and it will cut you. That’s the lack end.
Which end of the Subject is your Journey?
And you need to know which end of the sword or subject, you tend to gravitate towards. Because this can undermine any other spiritual work that you do.
These patterns of looking at a subject and taking it by the tip of the sword, can be so ingrained that it seems like you’re hiding them from yourself. They can be very subtle so it can much easier to recognise this trait of looking for what’s not working, in other people first.
For example, listen to the conversations of friends and family who you speak with on the phone, or connect in person. How do they speak about something they want? Are they excited and enthusiastic or do they tell you all the reasons it won’t or can’t happen. This is especially easy to distinguish in a crisis. Which end of the sword are they handling. The handle or the tip? The end that empowers, or the tip that cuts.
When you’ve begun to recognise these patterns in others, you’ll begin to notice it in yourself and they’re usually similar to the people you connect with. Because those people are your mirror.
Destination that Matches your Dreams
But this is your journey and if you want a destination that matches your dreams, you need to create different patterns. Ones that support you. You need to begin to wield every subject by the handle.
This means looking for things that ARE working. Quelling the voice of things that aren’t and letting go of that little voice of ‘why you can’t.’ When you’ve begun to take this on board, You’ll notice the difference because this is the end of the subject that is the handle. It’s wielding the sword that empowers and therefore you’ll feel great. Your mood will rise and you’ll feel buoyant and happy, alive and optimistic.
This is the journey that will lead you to your spiritual soulmate and the relationship you’ve dreamt about. So let me know below, what subjects make you wield the sword by the tip?
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Who am I?
I’m Gayle Maree, creator of Spiritual-Soulmate, author, mother of 7 and relationships counselor for over 23 years.
Someone once told me (a well-respected mentor) that people need “experts” to find love in their life… and I didn’t believe them.
I thought everybody could do it on their own. I mean, I did. I figured out what didn’t work in my first marriage and then I changed it. Actually, I changed me.
Not because I was trying to impress others or I had something to prove to people who thought I was lousy at relationships, but because there were aspects of me that I didn’t like. I wanted improvements.
And I knew that if I didn’t make changes I could expect more of the same types of relationships. So, I set about what would be a continuous, amazing journey.
My second marriage has been nearly 30 years now and we still work on it, but it’s not the relationship that needs the work, it’s us. It’s me.
Now it’s your turn
This is the same path I used to make the changes that led to a happy. loving relationship and you can use it to find success in love too.