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Devaki Sokaris

Live the life your soul wants

1. The truth about soul mates

This article is mainly focused on love soul mates, as there are many glamours and illusions about what they are and how they serve us.

We have many soul mates in life, they are our partners, spouse, children, friendships, work colleagues, acquaintances and even fleeting strangers we connect with for a short time. Not all soulmates are strong soul mates, so some are lesser ones. They all have different purposes and lessons.

Many only see soulmates as something warm and fluffy. They may be people we don’t like or get along with very well. Some of them may even be trying to undermine our path and purpose, thus behave more like our enemies. I know this is a hard concept for people to chew one, but some of the most challenging relationships come from a soul mate.

Soulmates help us understand that people are not here to fulfil our preconceptions of what we need, but rather to challenge what our needs really are. We are spiritual beings having a human life, so soulmates bring with them spiritual lessons for us to learn. Once the lesson has been learned they may not remain in our lives, depending on what is needed for each other’s growth.

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La-la land: You’ll fall in love. They complete you and everything is perfect.

One of the many issues is when people go into a relationship with unrealistic expectations. To expect a person to fulfil all one’s needs is unrealistic, which will often cause a lot of conflict and challenges for the relationship.

Many people believe a relationship defines who they are, thus place a lot of importance on finding their one true love. In an ideal world it would be much better if more people worked on themselves before thinking their soulmate was responsible for their needs.

It isn’t the plan for everyone to have a lifelong partner, as their lessons may be to spend most of the life on their own to learn different things. This can be hard for one who doesn’t understand this and is constantly seeking to find their one true love.

Love soulmates are challenged in ways that they wouldn’t be if they were on their own. These challenges provide opportunities to overcome many issues, thus growing in ways they could not have otherwise.

There’s usually enough love between them to work through the challenges their personalities face with one another. Outcome’s will be in what the couple are willing to overcome together.

When two people support one another in discovering their true selves, a union is created with more love as they embrace their purpose together and their own individual purposes. If one can say their relationship is better than the day they got married or committed to one another, they have done well and experienced as close to perfection as it gets.

One who has done inner work and discovered more about their true selves, and real needs rather than their preconceptions, are more likely to attract a soul mate that is better aligned.

Soulmates who support each other in living as their true selves, allow their partners to grow without interfering with their journey. One grows differently in a relationship than they do as a single person.

It’s not to say a relationship is better, but it can be less challenging for a single person in some ways, because they haven’t got anyone around to push some of those growth buttons in the same way that a partner does. Sometimes after difficult relationships, some choose to be single as they don’t want those challenges.

It depends on what the learning lessons are as to how long relationships last. However, some decide to break their contract with another soul mate, because they find the challenges too hard, which we don’t have any control over.

The soul always has preferences for relationships, but one still has free will to undermine its wishes. In the end we must accept someone else's decision, because even though there was a plan, one has the free will to kibosh it, which has consequences for both parties.


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