When you have found your soulmate, you’ll recognize him (or her) by 3 major criteria. Find out HOW!
Johnny and I have been helping people magnetize their soulmate (officially and unofficially) for a little over 7 years now…and one question just keeps coming up over and over again. Today, I’m going to answer it once and for all:
Our definition of a Soulmate.
When you have found your soulmate, you’ll recognize him (or her) by 3 major criteria:
1. He/She shares your vision and attitude about life and views the world similarly to you. In other words, you must be “on the same page” as your soulmate… though not necessarily “the same letter”!!
2. You feel happy deep in your soul when you are around him/her, and you’ll feel more like your “best self.” They don’t change you, but you feel called to step into being the wonderful Goddess/Queen/Beauty or King/Man you know deep inside that you are.
When I’m with Johnny he sees me as a Queen, so even when I don’t feel that way it helps me to step into that and remember who I really am. When I magnetized him I was well practiced in feeling that way, open to love, and open to him. (and he says I make him feel like a King, so it goes both ways)
When you actually know what it FEELS like to expand into being more of the best you you can be, you’ll feel that familiar expansion and “woosh” of joy and confidence when you are with him/her because they will be connecting with you as that expansive and growing soul. A True soulmate is always growing and expanding because that is what your soul always wants to do – grow, expand, express more fully and more freely.
3. Your soulmate will be just as concerned about your happiness and your pursuit of your life’s dreams as he/she is about his/her own.
I recommend that you be clear (or become clear) about your vision and your purpose in life. In other words, what do you desire to be, do, and have in your life? Invest some time and energy in forming and expanding your vision and purpose.
“Where there is no vision, the people perish” - Proverbs 29:18
This article was originally published at Dr Lara Fernandez. Reprinted with permission from the author.