Soulmates can be just the best kind of love—they can be simple and sweet, yet as complex as the notes within a vintage Merlot.
Soulmates often are those we marry and choose to build a life with, because there is just a unique connection present. These are the feel good people in our lives, and they just seem to touch us on an entirely different level.
As wonderful as they can be though, soulmates don’t always take it easy on us.
One of the reasons that we get so confused by which type of relationship we are in, is because in all of these connections, challenges will be present.
None of these relationships are about appeasing us or making our egos comfortable.
Yet the soulmate differs from the karmic relationship by the type of lesson being learned and the way in which it is presented.
Karmic relationships are often about how we view the outside world and others—while the soulmate will trigger those internal lessons involving self-worth, fear, societal pressures and our worthiness of love.
We simply attract at whatever frequency we are currently vibrating on.
Soulmates are those who we feel an undeniable connection to—as if we’ve known one another before simply upon meeting.
The biggest indicator of a soulmate love is that they make us feel like it’s us that needs working on—not them or even issues that exist within the relationship.
Sometimes it’s even the feeling of not deserving the other person.
Certain soulmates come into our lives whose only purpose is to help us realize our greatness and to assist us in taking on those big questions involving the self and starting to discover the answers to further our evolution and process of self-awareness.
Soulmates are also the ones who care about us the most—versus the karmic lover whose only concern is of their own self and needs.
These beautiful types of bonds don’t necessarily have to be romantic even, for more often than not, we travel in similar soul circles within each lifetime—and those who are family aren’t necessarily those who we share blood with.
As transcending and eye-opening as the romantic relationship can be with a soulmate, it isn’t anything compared to the experience of being reconnected with our twin flame.