Last Updated on October 9, 2017
There are a lot of beliefs about soulmates and soulmate connections. But what happens when you meet a soulmate? While every relationship is unique in its own way, there are some things you can count on if you are in the midst of a soulmate relationship.
A soulmate is a person with whom you share a connection that transcends lifetimes. The reason the connection is so strong is because your soul literally recognizes this person and knows that you two have a sacred contract with one another to be a part of each other’s evolution.Often, soulmates share lifetime after lifetime with one another, so not only might you have an agreement to be in one another’s lives, but you’ve most likely shared lives and past life memories over and over again.
It’s easy to think of soulmates as being the people we love, but soulmates can also be those people we dislike. Sometimes a soulmate enters your life to spur you to make a change, and the best way to do that is to come to you as a person you despise. So yes, that boss you can’t stand could be a soullmate just like the person who broke your heart could be a soulmate.
How to Identify a Soulmate
So what happens when you meet a soulmate? First of all, there is likely a strong sense of recognition. You may feel like you’ve met this person before and wonder why they seem so familiar. You may also feel a sense of deja vu, in which you feel like a certain interaction happened before. You may even feel like you’ve already had a certain conversation with someone. You may be picking up on past life interactions, or simply the fact the person’s energy is familiar to you.
Another thing that often happens when you meet a soulmate is the learning of major life lessons. Soulmate relationships are often like relationships on steroids. Seldom are they superficial. These are the relationships that affect you in your core and many people find them to be life-changing. A soulmate relationship could leave you wanting to change your life in some way, or it could cause you to discover a part of yourself that you never knew.
A third characteristic of soulmate relationships is a deeper understanding. One way to identify a soulmate is to note whether you can see beyond the mask that he or she wears every day. We all have public faces and private faces. With our soulmates we can often see beyond the public face instantly and recognize what lies beneath the surface. For example, a soulmate could have a smile on his face and you could know that he is really crying inside. That’s how in tune soulmates typically are in their relationships.
Another common thing about soulmate relationships: People typically know they are important immediately. You may not be able to put your finger on it, but you KNOW this relationship is important, or you know this person is supposed to be in your life.
Your recognize your soulmates intuitively. Logic plays no role in attracting and recognizing your soulmates. When you sense that a relationship transcends an ordinary connection, pay attention.