Are you looking for your soulmate? If you think there is only one person out there, patiently waiting for you to bump into them at the bus stop or grocery store, you might find these 3 tidbits interesting…
You can have more than one soulmate
When you hear the word “soulmate,” you probably think it’s referring to the love of your life, who you’re destined to meet and spend the rest of your life with. But is there really only one person out there for each of us? Many experts believe you can have several soulmates in your lifetime, and not all of them are romantic partners. A soulmate can be a friend, parent, or sibling…anyone you love and feel a strong connection with.
Eyes really are windows to the soul
Anyone can pick up on non-verbal cues, but many psychologists believe that communication through eye contact is greater between people who are considered “soulmates.” This non-verbal communication is processed in the right side of the brain, which is less analytical than the left side and also helps you understand other subtle communication signals, such as the tone of your voice. Allowing your partner to really see what you’re thinking and feeling through eye contact can lead to more intimacy.
Soulmates aren’t all about “love at first sight”
Boy sees girl walking down the sidewalk. Girl drops something on the ground. Boy picks it up for her. Their eyes meet and they immediately fall madly in love… The stories of how people met their soulmates don’t typically sound like the latest romantic comedy. An initial attraction or “spark” is likely, but true soulmate relationships take work. In order for a partnership to be truly successful, both parties will experience setbacks and challenges, but those will only make the love and commitment stronger over time.
The most important thing to remember about your soulmate, whether you have found him/her or not, is that relationships involve compromise. Being with your soulmate does not mean your relationship will be perfect, but it can mean that your relationship will last, if you both love each other and learn to take the good with the bad.