I believe they do, although soul mate doesn't always mean someone that you will marry and love forever. Sometimes they are there for us to learn from.
I don't think we're destined to find someone ready-made like the missing piece of jigsaw in your life.<br />
But two people can care for eachother enough to be honest, cut thru the crap, adapt, learn to stop being selfish, learn sensitivity, have fun, understand the other person, find intimacy... to the point where it feels like you're soulmates. That's a fact.<br />
Most people are just too self-protected or self-absorbed to get there.
Yes, everyone does have a soulmate. It's yourself. You are the one you are waiting for. You don't need anyone else to complete you. Stop looking. Be happy.
Soulmates are a nice fantasy for books I believe a soulmate is a product of hard work on both souls.
Silvia Brown says that everyone has a soulmate but the chances of them being on the earth at the same time that you are in nearly impossible.... but when you get to the other side they are there and they know you inside and out .....
We do have soulmates as well as Twinflames. Soulmates are karmic partners, while Twinflame are part of your origin soul. It hard to find them, difficult to keep them. You will meet your soulmate in all births and Twinflame in your last birth to get enlightment. Union is must to release your spirit to merge finally with the GOD.
I used to believe them...Now? Not so much....<br />
We are not assigned "a" soulmate....there are many possibilities in our lives, for love....we just have to be open to them....<br />
But, the idea of a soulmate, is a fantasy....all in your head....and it leaves us with an unreal expectation....<br />
Real love...now that's another story...and it exists....and it can be as deep and spiritual as we'll let it be.....we have the power, or not....to allow it into our lives....
Soulmates do exist. Everyone has a soulmate. The thing is the definition of soulmate is miscontrued. Anyone can be a soulmate as long as he or she is willing to put in work, accept the fact that noone is perfect, make sacrifices, compromise, and most importantly have an open heart.
I went through that..<br />
I thought my abuser was my soulmate.. until he began to abuse me.. and I though.. my soulmate would never hit me.<br />
I don't know what your beliefs are.. but. I prayed to God! "If I have a soulmate God, please let me find him.. Please God if he exists may we be together, please please please! I am so unhappy! Please let us be together! Let me find and be with my soulmate..."<br />
I got baptized to show God my devotion to him. I stopped believing in soulmates but kept my faith in God. I got baptized April 17, 07.. and met a man on the internet.. stuff happened.. we married on July 17, 07.. I didn't realize until the next year the dates.. I cried and cried.. and I believe in soulmates again. I've never been so happy as I am now with a person before.<br />
My husband is so awesome. I am very lucky and blessed to be married to such a great and loving man.. who loves and adores me so much in return. =]
No one has a soul mate, it is a myth growing out of ancient pschobabble first presented by Aristophanes in Plato's Symposium.
People use term Soulmate for romantic relationships only...doesn't have to be...your best friend can be your soulmate or your mother...
That's fairytale Hallmark stuff. Real love requires real work! Not many are up for that. That's why so many divorces. Easier to cop out than take the time.
I think soul mates is something people say during the honeymoon phase... that runs out when people have their first fight
Never really have. I think people are so dynamic... You could love someone perfectly and then they change and you change and you no longer want the same things... There is no guarantee in love. I think there are hundreds of millions of people out there that you are compatible with at any given point in time. Congrats on the divorce! <br />
I don't, I have someone I respect, we may not see eye to eye on a lot of things, but at least we can agree to disagree on it.
I believe we do. My parents are soulmates, they complete eachother in every way. My sister seemed to have found hers....I'm just waiting for mine =-/