The Soulmate Wish List.
I got dumped OVER THE PHONE by someone I was dating. Like many people would feel… I was gutted.
However, it was expected.
He really wasn’t for me and as much as I wanted it to work out, it just wasn’t going to happen. We fought all the time and rarely saw eye to eye.
The minute I got off the phone with him I LITERALLY took a sigh of relief and realized that I have been acting like a crazy person. Not to him or in this relationship, but to myself. I have worked very hard on being a powerful and confident woman and throughout the relationship, I never felt powerful OR confident.
That was red flag numero uno.
This is by no means me putting the blame on him…. I should’ve realized that we are simply not compatible in the very beginning.
I’m not going to dwell on what happened or make this a sob story, but I do want to say that NO ONE should ever feel unworthy in a relationship. It does not matter if you have been dating someone for one month or one year… If you don’t feel motivated to do what you love every day and feel that you are missing that energy between you and your partner, RUN!
Relationships should be fun.
Find someone who will laugh with you when you’re being goofy, smiles at you for no reason, hugs you when you’re feeling down and helps you see the world in a different way.
How to find your soulmate
After reading this article, I realized that I have not been using the manifestation tools that everyone talks about.
The Soul Mate Wish List
Ask for what you want and be specific with your desire. There is a really great book called, Ask and It Is Given by Esther Hicks. It is one of my go-to’s and recommend it to everyone I meet.
Trust that whatever you ask for will happen.
To take it a step further, imagine that finding your soulmate has already happened.
Get into the feeling of being with your soulmate and feel those butterflies. Imagery is everything when manifesting a partner so really imagine holding hands with your soulmate.
Important qualities in a partner are different for everyone. Take some time to write down what you value the most.
Here is a list of qualities to get you started:
Add what you think is important to the list
If you are still out there searching for your soulmate or find yourself stuck on Tinder, JSwipe, Bumble, or Hinge…ask yourself, “What is it that I really want?”
In conclusion, imagine yourself already in a relationship and make space for your partner to show up in your life.
Is there anything you are doing, or wish you did, to find your soulmate? I’d love to hear.