Yes I do believe in soulmates. I think there is someone for everyone. I know I had met my soulmate, but god needed him more then me. I'm just hoping that you can have more then one soulmate in a lifetime. But if that is impossible then I will have to be happy with what we had for the short time we was together and be happy to know that I had found something that everyone is looking for. I wish everyone the best in luck in finding theirs.
I've met a few people whom I have shared an unusual connection with and a sense of familarity.
It's nice if your soulmate is your lover, but doesn't always happen that way, but when it does, it's awesome
For years I didn't believe in soulmates. I would hear some people talk about it and I thought, "Yeah, right." A lot of "soulmate" cou0le I met broke up, which just reinforced my cynicism. Then in 2001 at the age of 49, I met Steve at a party. I was interested and so was he. We chatted online that next week and we had our first date that next weekend. He was the most comfortable person I had ever met and we both felt from the start that we were meant to be together. All our friends and families said we belonged together. I couldn't believe it, but I had actually found my soulmate!
We were married in 2003. Then on 1/19/06, my honey died suddenly of an undiagnosed liver disease. I spent the last year pulling my friends close to me while I mended and was forced to reclaim the identity of a single person. I miss my Steve, but the experience of having him in my life for those few short years will last me a lifetime. And now I know for a fact that being someone's soulmate is a possibility.
My brother-in-law Mike told me at Steve's memorial service that most people will never experience what we had. Even though we had each other for such a short period of time, he said: "It's better to have a little bit of wonderful than a lifetime of nothing." How very true that is!
I do believe there are soulmates throughout our lives. I dont believe in just one. Think back to where you were 10 or 20 years ago.....did you like the same things you do now? Hopefully you have experienced many new things, found different likes and dislikes which now makes you a different person. We are forever growing and changing. Sometimes that change is welcoming to your parner because opposites can keep that attraction and love going...but it can also drive you apart. I like that saying, 'its better to have loved and lost, then to never have loved at all'.
I truly believe in soulmates because I am with a man who could be nothing else but my soulmate. I say this because I am with someone who I thought that I would never be with. We have similar values, but very different backgrounds. As a matter of fact, our lives are so different that I don't think that our paths would have ever crossed had it not been for the internet.
We have had just about every conversation that two people could ever have and we have had our share of disagreements. Even though we disagree on some things, we both respect each other and will at least hear the other person's side and come to an understanding.
I believe that this man is my soulmate because he loves me so well and allows me to love him back. I will have to admit that our love is just like all of those corny cliches and we are not ashamed of it one bit.
We have been together for almost two years and I am still ga-ga over him. I never get tired of him. I am not one for sentiment and mushy-gushy love stuff in front of people, especially my family. But when I am with him, I don't care that they hear me call him 'baby', 'sweety', and 'hon'.
That is how I know that there are such things as 'soulmates'.
Yes, I believe in soulmates... and I found mine right here on largefriends. Unfortunately, not everyone finds their soulmate in their lifetime. When I met my husband for the first time, we just knew. He knew me... I mean really "knew" me. He understood me and why I think the way I do. It is so hard to explain. But it was as if he was that perfect piece of the puzzle that I had been missing all these years. I am so blessed! I only wish everyone could be this happy!
soulmates, A persons hope to find the perfect person in their lives, to some a myth, to others a reality.... I can onlyhope of the first, because without hope our lives would be meaningless and boring, I believe that there is someone for everyone, a person who we connect with almost like a jigsaw, someone who electricity fills the space around you when they are near but most of all an empathy that unrivals your closest friends, I can only hope that this exists......I believe that this exists..... Merry Christmas to you and all that reads this xxxxxxxxxxx
I have had a few soulmates in my life...there are different levels and forms of love, therefore, there can be different forms of soulmates. To me, soulmate means "someone with whom my soul relates and connects to"
Soulmates are a very real part of our lives, and we will have many of them come in and out of our lives at different times. Each soulmate relationship is meaningful in some way.
I have done quite extensive research into soul mates and life partners, as I work as a Psychic Medium, and through talking to hundreds of people AND spirits, i have come to the conclusion that yes, there are many soulmates for each individual. these are part of your "soulgroup" before you are born onto the earth plane.
The perfect partner which people refer to as their soul mate, is in actuality, their "Twin flame"
Twin flames are slightly different from soulmates, in the aspect that they are part of your own soul, the missing piece. Before you are born into this life, you are one with another soul ie: 2 halves make a whole. The "whole" is neither male nor female.
It is also possible that one half is incarnated onto the earth plane, and they other is not, due to perhaps having had a tragic event happen in their previous life in which they are needed to say behind and recieve healing. this isnt always the way, and is used as an example. ergo, you may go through life and not meet your twin flame at all, until you are reunited in the "after life"
There are instances when one half has died. this does not mean that you will never have a deep and loving relationship. they may not be your twin flame, but will be, more often then not, from your soulgroup.
I realise to some, this may seem way out there, but from personal experience and having clear and constant contact with the spirit realm, this is MY truth.
Your truth may be different.
I hope that i have cast some light on the subject of soulmates.
There are soulmates...but we don't necessarily meet them. There are many relationships that approach that. I'm with Sookiejane on this.
For some interesting reading try 'The Art of Loving' by Erich From. For explicit discussion of this concept, try '2150A.D.' by Thea Alexander. She has a website. The book is a fascinating and well-written nove. Essential, the story discusses different levels of soul mating...very thought-provoking and it helped to make sensse out of the totality of my love-life...
I don't know if I believe in soul mates or not, but I want to believe. And if mine is out there somewhere.. I hope we meet in this life. Preferrably before I need a walker and have to turn the volume on the TV/radio up in order to hear it.
i believe in soul mates. a soul mate is someone who has had many lives together, as friends, lovers, siblings, someone that you were with all you past lives, and that you cared for deeply,they will still be here with you in this life too.they can just be your very best friend, it doesnt mean they have to be a boyfiend or spouse.
It's a funny thing- that's why we need more information. Soul mate meaning friend of the soul or soul mate as in romantic partner of the soul... or both!? Your dog very well may be one of your soul mates! LOL I'm sure my cat is one of mine! But she's a soul mate of a the friend kind, and I suppose that is what I really think- that soul mates, just as love itself, comes in different forms (romantic, filial, etc). I think we draw to ourselves far more than we realize. For example- for all the big beautiful people walking around out there that might deep down inside believe they don't warrant love, not to mention a soul mate - they are creating a self-fufilling prophecy. I know it's not easy while living in a society where size matters greatly. A soul is a soul is a soul...
Just dropping in my two cents here. I once believed in Soulmates but now I'm not so sure. I was in a four relationship with someone and believed I had trully found my soulmate. Long story short, it didn't work out. Now when I think back to those days... and I remember how much I thought he was my soulmate I wonder, "What the F*** was I thinking?"
I believe when you are in a relationship and it's all hunky-dory then sure, a soulmate can exist. I think any relationship can reach that level. But I don't believe it can be sustained. Granted, I also don't believe in marriage and I am slightly bitter. lol.
So I guess anything is possible, but from my standpoint I'm voting NO on the soulmate thingy. Just give me a guy whose a** I don't have to support.