So many people are looking for their "Soulmate"...for a deep, connected love affair and friendship... for that perfect ONE. Whilst so many others are in long-term relationships that are deeply unfulfilling, and they are wondering what to do about that.... Leave? Stay?
I've noticed there are not very many of us that are truly happy in our relationships!!
What's that all about?!
I shared with you a couple of weeks ago that I accidentally manifested a Soulmate relationship... and I've done a lot of thinking, meditation and study on this subject.... I'd like to share with you today my theory on how to attract your Soulmate, or upgrade your relationship.
The late Wayne Dyer says in his movie The Shift: "You don't need a date... (if you follow your authenticity, your Higher-Self)... everyone who comes into your life will come in on time, perfectly. You are a divine creation of God, you are a spiritual being. You don't need anyone else to confirm that."
My theory is similar... I believe that we have to make our own lives so juicy, so fulfilling, so much fun that we have no need for anyone to partner with us. We have to get on our path of purpose, remember our divinity, and be the best that we can be... then our REAL match will line up with us... or the person we are with will shift to be the person of our dreams, or they will leave so that our Soulmate can emerge.
Get sooooo engrossed in your own life and making your own dreams come true, releasing the need for anyone, ever... and your match will find you, will be irresistibly attracted to you. If you do this while you are with someone, it will soon become obvious if they can match you or not.
This is YOUR life! And as Byron Katie says, "You are your own life partner." How committed are you to living your dreams? Whether you are with someone or not? Remember, your dreams are your compass, they are guiding you in the direction of your purpose, so if being with someone is stopping you from reaching them, you need to ask yourself.... is it worth it?
Never be afraid of people leaving your life... keeping someone in your life out of fear is not love, it's attachment, and it generates misery. Letting someone go so you can both be happy is unconditional love.
Susan Harrington-Baker is an International Inspirational Leader, Teacher and Intuitive from Christchurch, New Zealand.