Yes, I’m going there. Soul Mates. I believe in the possibility of finding the true mate of one’s soul. Someone who just fits with you like the perfect puzzle piece.
I also believe there is not just one person who can fit the bill. It depends on a million variables, a million choices and currents that create the life we end up leading. I think it’s good news that there might be more than one soul mate for this lifetime. I also believe it’s entirely possible to spend a lifetime without ever crossing paths with any of them.
So, I have to be doubly grateful that I crossed paths with my true love twice in this lifetime.
The first time we were only 13 years old and even then we had enough of a connection to really feel it. The fact that we didn’t see each other for the next 25 years is confusing to both of us. Meant to be? We’ll never know.
I’m not a big believer in “meant to be.” I often resent the sentiment entirely. Probably partly because it’s so often said when something is lost. “Meant to be” makes me feel powerless and I don’t believe we are powerless. I believe we are able to create and manifest and that there is unlimited abundance for each of us in the universe. If we don’t have what we want, I believe we need to look at where we are blocking the flow of abundance to us and not look at a list of things that are (or are not) “meant to be.”.
I’m talking about soul mates and about the man who brought down my walls and wrapped me up in his love; the man who promised to love me more with every year that passes and to continue to work on loving himself as much so that we can grow together and make up for lost time since we took so long to reunite.
I’m talking about my husband and I want to take this moment in time to say “out loud” how much I appreciate his love and his kindness and his sharing his soul with me.
There is marriage and then there is the marriage of souls. I think we have both and we cherish it and work on it constantly.
I wish as much for everyone else who desires it.