A Soulmate will Transform your Life | Linda Deir -author, speaker, transition coach, trainer

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  • The takeaway from this episode is … a soulmate is someone who helps you get to a deeper understanding of yourself and what concerns you most.
  • Here’s what this will do for you … reflect on the people in your present and past to see who fits the qualifications of a soulmate.
  • Here’s what I want you to do with it … you will be able to recognize future soulmates and how those rare relationships work.


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NOTE: The “italic text” within this post is channeled from Linda’s Spirit Guides and Angels

Soulmates are two people, ideally suited as close friends who may or may not be romantic.

They could be just friends or maybe partners. It’s a relationship, a spiritually fulfilling one. It could be long-term but that’s not usually the case. It’s very likely a repeat of a relationship from another lifetime.

Life-partners are different from soulmates. A life partner is a biological and emotional pairing. Compromise is involved in most life-partner relationships. Many life-partner relationships are not long-term, in fact, nowadays most are not.

Sometimes two people get together just to settle karma. Or, got married just to have kids with that other person and then move on.

A soulmate heals you and makes you feel whole and complete.

A soulmate relationship is very difficult to explain to anyone else. It’s two people who understand each other. Soulmates don’t have to figure out or work on the relationship. It has a life of its own that just works.

If one or both of the people in the soulmate relationship has a spouse, many times the spouse will become jealous of that person’s soulmate. Soulmates can show up at any time, that’s also part of the dynamic.

Life-partners “try” to fix each other’s faults and imperfections. Soulmates never “try” to change or fix them, they respect each other too much to do that. Soulmates work to address problems together where other people walk away from the problems. Soulmate relationships do not focus on petty stuff. Soulmates feel like each other’s protector or guardian, maybe even guardian angel.

Soulmates don’t text each other; they look into each other’s eyes and see each other’s souls.

What are you willing to do and willing to feel with them? What do you share with that person? Do you share your deepest, darkest secrets? Do you share the most shameful things and moments of your lives? When you encounter your soulmate, you unwittingly embark on a powerful journey together. It’s a divine connection that’s bigger than you and your soulmate. Many times, the outcome of this soulmate experience will impact the lives of others too. Many close relationships never get this far, let alone serve any purpose beyond two people.

A soulmate tells you the truth! … are you ready for a soulmate?

The lasting benefit of a soulmate relationship is the inner freedom to be the real you. You are a springboard for each other. By the way, this is the same “feeling,” the “connection” that aligns you with us. Are you ready for that much truth and love?

CALL TO ACTION: Start your Self-Examination

HOW IT WORKS: Soulmates don’t always show up to make your life peaceful. In fact, they will make you question everything. A soulmate relationship is intense. Your life will be turned over. Their impact will transform you. Throughout my book, Guided, I share the journey I have had with many soulmates. How they pushed me through doors I would have never elected to go through on my own. They did indeed transform my life. I am so grateful for all my soulmates. ~ Linda Deir





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