Soulmate inconsistency is a common phenomenon in soulmate relationships. When soulmates first meet there’s an immediate connection. Feelings are intense and there’s instant recognition. You feel you’ve known each other longer than you have. And the emotions you experience are on a deeper level neither of you have encountered before.
LIVING IN MIXED SIGNAL LAND
All of those things remain consistent regardless of what is happening between the two. The inconsistency tends to be in the behaviors exhibited by soulmates and the cruel things they can say. At first, soulmates are very open about their feelings. And they can talk for hours and hours about anything and everything. But at some point inconsistency will crop up.
One soulmate can suddenly become a runner. But the other did not see it coming. Or one of them, who was so sure of the strength and depth of their feelings, suddenly seems unsure. They may say things such as “I don’t feel the same way about you that you do about me”, “I am confused“. And the ever consistent, “I don’t know how I feel”. So what happened? Why were they consistent for so long but now have done a complete 180? The truth is, they didn’t.
OMG THEIR FEELINGS CHANGED!
Their feelings didn’t change. They’re still the same. They feel the same way about you as you do about them. The problem is theirs to work through. The crazy emotions could be the cause of the inconsistency. Every soulmate journey is unique. And the lessons each of your need to learn are as unique as all humans are. Don’t freak out if this happens in your soulmate relationship. It happens to almost every soulmate couple. What’s most important is how you respond to the soulmates inconsistencies.
First of all, don’t feed into it. Don’t let soulmate inconsistency get the better of you. If you join them in their freak-out, things will only get worse. Don’t focus on every stupid thing they say or do. And don’t tolerate it. Don’t give them a pass just because they’re your soulmate. And please don’t lose your dignity and self-respect by begging,pleading and crying. Stand firm in what you know and what you feel. Let them work it out for themselves. It’s their lesson to learn, and you can’t learn it for them.
Don’t try to talk things out. You’re not their shrink and they’re only going to upset you. Besides, you’ll get nowhere. Just because your soulmate changed doesn’t mean it’s a permanent change.
However, if you give in to the fear inconsistency causes, things can change for the worse. You sure as heck don’t want that. So stand your ground. And if they want space, give it to them. That can help them get their head screwed back on straight before any more damage is done.