A word to those who are wondering if you are with the “right” person, or if you have simply outgrown the relationship you are in. If you are reading this then you are wondering if the person you are currently involved with is your👉 soulmate 👈.
Let’s face it all relationships require effort to nurture, grow, and maintain. So if you are either in a relationship that doesn’t see quite right, or your wondering if you have finally found the right person, here are seven indicators that will narrow the doubt indicator⚖ , one way or the other.
There is a simple rule, the right person will cultivate trust with you easily and steadily.
Trust is gained through both words and actions that develop a feeling of security, reliability, and consistency over time in your relationship. The natural course of trust will flow both ways, and create an unshakable foundation.
Sometimes insecurities from former relationships may trigger in your consciousness with red flags, but eventually your lack of confidence will fade away as right action and reliability show up.
Can you openly laugh with your partner? Are you both able to be playful, silly, and express your inner child?
Laughter is a healthy part of a relationship, and having fun together is a great stress relief; as well as, a bonding behavior. It is said that laughter is the best medicine. Being silly in appropriate ways and times is a good indicator that you are with the right partner.
If you do not feel free to be playful, hug, and laugh at appropriate time with your partner, chances are this in not the right partner for you.
To be vulnerable, as defined by Brene’ Brown in her book Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead, is to have “uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure.”
Depending on your past history, and early parenting, being vulnerable may or may not be easily achieved.
Your soulmate will create a safe place for you to expand into being vulnerable. Your partner will be supportive, and listen to your fears without judgment. Not feeling safe, and / or experiencing being made fun of, will tell you this is not the right person for you.
Not feeling appreciated can breed fear and resentment, and so can pointing things out that you have done when not noticed by your partner.
Your soulmate will notice the little things you do such as spending quality time with them, backing them up during a difficult situation, and listening without judgement.
Feeling loved, listened to, appreciated, and understood is invaluable, it is a part of the fabric of a soulmate.
If you do find yourself making a mistake, or having a disagreement that is more heavily weighted on your end, do you feel that your partner is forgiving?
It is natural for partners to have disagreements, and equally as natural to find a middle ground or resolution. Once your partner has forgiven you, it is time to move forward in the relationship with steps toward corrective actions being made.
A soulmate will recognize that everyone makes mistakes, and requires forgiveness. The key is that a soulmate will continue to build the relationship without revisiting the haunts of the past.
“There is a fine balance between honoring the past and losing yourself in it. For example, you can acknowledge and learn from mistakes you made, and then move on and refocus on the now. It is called forgiving yourself.” ~ Eckhart Tolle
A soulmate will meet you in the middle and create balance in the relationship. Being able to compromise and find a equitable solution that works for both you and your partner is vital.
When one person takes up all the space in the relationship for their own pursuits, then the relationship is not balanced.
You will feel able to fully express the imbalances in the relationship with your soulmate, that is not to say that their will not be differences. Knowing when to give, talk, and take the appropriate course of action will give way to working things out and keeping the balance.
If one partner is getting there needs met more often than the other partner, or if one partner refuses to acknowledge and take action on meeting the others needs, then there is no balance.
Recognizing your soulmate means that you are both aware that you are connected at a higher level of consciousness.
This kind of a relationship has an intensity that is combine with a true inner peacefulness. This is not the same kind of emotional high that is reached when you first begin dating someone.
Soulmates have a deep sense of loyalty to each other, a knowing that they can work out their differences here on earth as they both learn and grow. There are two other kinds of spiritual connections, but neither have the intensity of devotion of the soulmate.
During this reading you will learn the in’s and out’s of what your relationship is made of. Using the current energy of the relationship you will gain more understanding and insight as to the future course the relationship will take. You will also learn more about your spiritual connection, and if there is a soulmate waiting in the wings somewhere for you. Click here to access online no waiting booking.