How can you tell the difference between a soulmate or a life partner? Sometimes it’s hard to make a distinction. Moreover, we make the assumption that a soulmate is that one person we’ll meet and spend the rest of our lives with. But there are many types of soulmates we’ll meet in our lifetime, each one for a certain reason.
Usually, a soulmate is someone aligned with our true self. But they are not necessarily the person you’ll be spending your life with or marry.
Soulmates are sent to challenge you and awaken you. They will come in your life to teach you valuable lessons and to help you understand yourself better. They could even cause an emotional storm and very often, you’ll go through extreme highs and lows with them.
But they are there to help you get to a higher level of awareness. Maybe they will help you become more present and in touch with your emotions. Maybe they will help you reestablish a lost connection (with family or another loved one). They can remind you of childhood memories or things that mattered to you which you left behind.
Whatever it is, their role in your life is extremely important and their destiny is a clear one. After you’ve learned the lesson, there’s usually physical separation. And this will hurt a lot, of course. It’s like being separated from another you, and there’s little you can do when this happens.
A life partner is more like a friend or a companion that you’ll feel very connected to.
You will meet them when you are ready to start a lifetime partnership. You will feel the need to commit even further and you will care for each other. But there won’t be any extreme emotions, more like a morning breeze or a quiet whisper. And it might happen when you least expect it. But this time, it’s more gentle and there won’t be any turmoil. And you usually have your soulmate to thank for that, for awakening you to your true self.
Meeting your soulmate or life partner depends greatly on where you are in life right now and the kind of energy you put out there.
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