The Universe has already picked you a soul mate, without you even knowing it. And here’s something even stranger: your gut already knows this, and so does your soul. The cosmos knows, and so will you. You’ll feel as though you’ve known this person forever, they’ll always be there to support you, and the magnetic attraction between you will be too much for any of you to control it. In a sense, you’re already in a commitment that hasn’t even happened to you yet.
This all sounds a bit absurd, doesn’t it? Well, it’s not.
A valuable piece of advice: trust your gut. It’s wise and it tells the truth. You might feel compelled to ignore an instinct you don’t really understand because you can’t make sense out of it. There’s no physical proof to support it, but your gut is a lot stronger than you think.
Influences at work
So, if the Universe is really working to give you everything you want and need, why take you through all those failed relationships? Well, there’s a time and place for everything, and everything happens for a reason. We can’t make people fell things for us, or make them love us. We can’t force a relationship when it clearly doesn’t function, because a relationship is two people and they must be in it together. Forcing them to stay will never bring to you what you want.
Past relationships might have been great at some point, but they’ve ultimately failed. Although they’re difficult, they serve to teach us a lesson. You learn your strengths and weaknesses, and you get to know yourself. Most importantly, what you get out of these relationships is a clue to your future partner, the one meant for you forever. The lesson you learn is one that will show you how to be stronger, and make the love of your life strong too.
For you to be a good partner, you have to be honest and true to yourself. You have to be at terms with the person you are and the person you want to be. Making mistakes is an inevitable part of the human experience, and it’s a way to find the light at the end of the tunnel. And when you do reach it, we’re given certain outcomes, which we can accept or move on from. Doing this is called soul-searching.
Living from the heart
When you finally become at peace with yourself, you begin to live from the heart. Your life-long partner will do the same, creating a relationship not based on fear or insecurity, but rather on each other. You trust each other immensely, so much so that jealous thoughts don’t even occur in your mind.
You’re committed to such a point where you know your hearts are connected. Trust is essential to a relationship, and the rest comes easily. A bit of freedom from each other doesn’t slow down your relationship, it makes it stronger. A constant fear and paranoia serves only to stress you.
You will not fail
A marriage made on the basis of true love seems very hard to come by these days. The reality of love is not exactly the comical romance we see in movies. The main reason marriages don’t work out, is that at least one of the hearts is no longer connected. Anyone who’s been single for a long time knows this: society pressures us into finding a partner.
And then there’s the fear of being alone that stands in the way, and causes out to forget our soul-searching and just settle for whatever comes our way. No one wants to be alone. Loving someone means being connected to them, it will never be forced.
The evidence is in small gestures, details that build up our confidence and make you feel, things that make you remember that this person is all you’ll ever need.
Source: Daily Occupation