Soulmates

21 September 2017

So much has been written about soulmates, and I’ve written a bit about it myself!  

 

I think I’m a bit strange.  OK, well I think we all know that I’m a bit strange!  But what I’m getting at in the spiritual sense is I just don’t buy into all the hype about stuff.  I don’t know if that’s because of my religious upbringing.

 

You know, hating dogma and having a big set of rules to follow…..

 

I know of people that get caught up in what a ‘soulmate’ really means or a ‘twin flame’ and if you Google it you find all these different things and you know what?

 

I think it’s so much more simple than that.  In fact, I think life itself is a lot more simple and people want to make things difficult, and to me that boils down to ego … you know the type ‘I’m at a higher spiritual level than you’ type or the one that’s always bragging about how perfect their relationship is with their soulmate.

 

Yeah, as if.

 

A soulmate usually only comes along once in our lives, that doesn’t mean that we can’t have relationships with other people, but that really strong connection that a soulmate brings to me is a once in a lifetime thing.  

 

And what people seem to forget on here, I’m going to say mainly women ….. That a soulmate comes into your life to shake it up.  They will show you true love and they’ll stand up for you in ways that noone else ever has.

 

They will adore you, but

 

They’re also going to challenge the fuck out of you as well.

 

“What?”  I hear you cry. “That can’t be right!  My soulmate and I will create a beautiful, harmonious and perfect life together.”

 

And that’s where the problems begin.

 

No relationship is perfect.  Remember that.  Not one.

 

AND another thing to remember is that even though you may have found your soulmate, that doesn’t mean that a relationship with them will happen in this lifetime, they may not be ready even though you know they are your soulmate and it can be so bloody frustrating for the person, but if someone isn’t ready to realise it and commit to a relationship – you have to let them walk their path.

 

So, in a nutshell, a soulmate relationship isn’t only peaches and cream, it’s full of roses and thorns as well.  

 

That’s not a bad thing.  That’s how it is meant to be.  

 

So when you’re looking for your soulmate, you need them to be someone that makes you realise three things.

 

  1. That home is not a brick and mortar place, it’s a feeling of comfort with someone.
  2. That time isn’t measured by a clock, but instead that it is measured by moments in your life
  3. That heartbeats are not heard, but they are felt and shared.

 

So, when you’re with your soulmate and things are not all peaches and cream …. Just remember that a soulmate is there to push your buttons, otherwise it would be bloody boring.

 

2 responses on “Soulmates

  1. Lily says:

    Hi Katrina, oh wow that is so very interesting. And those 3 things you say we need to realise….I can relate to them. I am feeling so blessed and grateful with the wonderful person that has come into my life so unexpectedly. xo

  2. Jenny says:

    That’s the best explanation I’ve heard regarding soul mates Katrina-Jane. I’m fairly sure I met mine and they were not ready to commit and it’s been the toughest thing letting go but the upside is it has given me a measure for anyone else that comes along to know what I will and won’t accept. 😊

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