We are all looking for many things in life, and one of the biggest is our soul mate. This is the one who completes us and helps us reach goals we never thought possible. They help us forgive and love ourselves when we can’t. Together as a team, the world of influence and experience grows exponentially.
Here are 11 signs that you’ve finally met your soulmate:
11 signs you’ve met your true soul mate
1 Easily Recognized
Once the two of you met, there was, at least, a suspicion that this character was “the one” for you. Both of you can see and express this possibility with each other without directly mentioning it. Taking a leap of faith, both parties opened up to each other and found soul mates.
2 You Have The Same Haunts
You both have similar interests and correlated wavelengths, you’ve been connected to this person long before you met physically. Ask your soulmate and you’ll see that both of you went to many of the same places at different times.
3 You Met At The Right Time
It might not be the perfect time of your life in other respects, but it was the perfect time to meet the love of your life. It can be a relatively free time in your life or it can be an especially rough patch for either of you or one of you. No matter how “how” the scenario surrounding your meeting went, it helped make way for each other.
4 The Silence Spent Between You Is Comfortable
Everything you need to feel comfortable, hiding identity or just being there. Silence provides a different background to “watch” your partner. You can sit in the silent presence of each other for hours.
5 You Recognize Each Other’s ‘Flaws’ And Work With Them
Everyone has “flaws” or “flaws”. Through love and compassion, these aspects are seen as mere traits that society has considered one way or the other. Your soul mate does not see these other definitions, only what is beautiful and capable.
6 You Can Drop Your Shields Around Each Other
There is no need to be “on standby” when you are with this person who loves you so much. Their natural instinct will always be to protect you. If they prove that you’re not their top priority, or that they won’t do everything they can to protect you, then you really should examine your relationship.
7 You Have Similar Life Goals And Interests
The two of you fit together naturally like a hand in a glove. You both prioritize living in a similar, if not exactly alike, state. You work as a team, so if one of you wants it, the other will be happy to help make it happen.
8 The Desire To Spend Time Alone Isn’t Threatening
Just as you can spend your time in silence with each other, you don’t need to be with each other 24/7. This doesn’t mean you don’t want to, just that your team can work separately from one another.
9 You Challenge One Another
Growth occurs from enduring hardships. Knowing this, the dome of the strongest relationships is constantly challenging each other. This is a safe way to test convictions and ideas.
10 You Grow As A Team
It is important to give people space and time to grow. If we do not grow actively and consciously, we will be stagnant. The same is true for the entity that you both form as a team. Each person needs to have every possibility of growth but this person needs to be mindful of the growth of the other individual. If one person is growing and the other is not, then something is very wrong.
11 You Can Talk About Anything
Since there is no judgment between the two of you, there should be unrestricted communication. The more two people communicate on a variety of topics, those that make them nervous, and those that make them sad or happy, the deeper they will know the other person.