The soulmate journey takes two. But along the way you may find yourselves going at a different pace or on different paths.
The soulmate journey begins when the two soulmates encounter each other. There are those who say it starts before they meet, this doesn’t make sense to us. We believe someone’s personal journey leads to the soulmate journey.
YOU MUST BOTH WALK THE PATH
Once soulmates meet, they both dictate what paths they will take as individuals and as a couple. One person can’t control it alone. It takes two. The spiritual journey entails recognition and acceptance.
Soulmates will recognize each other at the same time. But the acceptance of the connection is up to each individually. One may accept it right away, while the other may deny it to anyone that will listen. And they may try to convince themselves the connection doesn’t exist.
Until both soulmates accept the connection they will try to test it. Testing it is a big mistake. But again, it’s up to each individual if they pass the tests. While one soulmate may break off the relationship in attempt to deny the connection, that’s their choice and their free will. The other, although devastated, shouldn’t react to the mistake their soulmate is making with mistakes of their own.
WHICH PATH WILL YOU CHOOSE?
This is the part of the soulmate journey were they choose their own unique path. Following someone down a dark path, instead of staying on the right path, doesn’t make the journey any easier. It will only be harder. If you really accept your soulmate connection, you have faith in it. Having real faith will keep you from choosing the harder path on your journey, or keep you stuck and not moving forward.
You may think you have faith in your connection just because you’re willing to have a relationship with your soulmate. But that’s not real faith. Real faith is believing in your connection when your soulmate doesn’t want a relationship with you. Or when they’re denying your connection. If you succumb to your insecurities or think the connection is one-sided, you haven’t truly accepted the connection either.
How the soulmates reach the point of reunion on their journey once again takes two. If both soulmates have reached a point of acceptance and stop testing or taking advantage of the connection, then reunion is next on the path. Both soulmates have to be willing to create and enforce boundaries properly in order for the reunion to be a lasting one. This shouldn’t be a temporary fix. All soulmates have the opportunity to have a happy ending. And both parties are responsible for the steps they take (or don’t take) in getting to that happy ending.
Originally posted on 08/20/2018 @ 5:58 pm