Why Soul Connections Are Bigger Than Soulmates

Why Soul Connections Are Bigger Than Soulmates

Soul connections are different from soul mates. Having a soulmate seems idealistic, but having a soul connection is spiritual. Have you ever wondered what’s it like to connect with someone spiritually? Not just romantically or physically but one a greater level. Read below to find out why having a soul connection is much important than having a soulmate.

What makes soul connections different from soulmates?

According to popular understanding, a soulmate is someone who “just gets you.” Someone who has your back in all situations.

However, the notion that there’s only one person in the world who fits this description is idealistic. Finding the perfect person is problematic. Truthfully, there are many different types of soulmates and soul connections worth examining.

According to past life therapists, souls tend to travel in groups, and we interact with each other to learn soul lessons. To have different experiences and learn those lessons, you will change roles with other souls in your group from one incarnation to the next. You may be the father in one life, the mother in another, and a friend or love interest in a third incarnation. Every one of these lifetimes offers opportunities for growth.

The reason we need to consider other types of soul mates and connections is that the soul needs to change and adapt. A person who meets the criteria of a soul mate can turn out to be an individual with whom you do not have much in common at all, but you feel a connection or natural bond. The person you ultimately consider to be your “one and only” may not even share your same belief system. However, you can and may still need to learn from each other.

It is not necessary to attach yourself to a soul mate for soul growth, but a soul connection is important. Learning to overcome obstacles, enjoying each other, and becoming a better person through the experience of being with another person is the main point. There may be times when you may be so much like your soulmate that you are bored with them. Other times your soulmate can be a mortal enemy!

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The importance of “soul lessons.”

According to past-life therapists, souls tend to travel in groups, interacting with each other to learn soul lessons. To have different experiences and learn those lessons, you will change roles with other souls in your group from one incarnation to the next.

You may be the father in one life, the mother in another, and a friend or love interest in the third. Each of these lifetimes offers opportunities for growth.

The soul needs to grow. 

The reason we need to consider other types of soulmates and connections is that the soul needs to change and adapt.

A person who meets the criteria of a soulmate can turn out to be an individual with whom you don’t have much in common at all, but you feel a connection or natural bond.

The person you ultimately consider to be your “one and only” may not even share the same belief system. However, you can and may still need to learn from each other.

Why are soul connections so important?

It’s not necessary to attach yourself to a soulmate to grow, but a soul connection is important. Learning to overcome obstacles, enjoying each other, and becoming a better person through the experience of being with another person is the main point.

There may be times when you may be so much like your soulmate that you are bored with them. Other times, your soulmate can be your mortal enemy! The lessons our souls learn help us become perfect, and there is plenty of work to do.

All paths come to an end. 

You and a soulmate may have a very intimate connection and should mutually assist each other in learning lessons. However, once these lessons are completed, it’s not a surprise that the two of you move on from one another.

Soulmates and humans in general bump and bruise each other during the short period of a lifetime.

We all have the freedom of choice to do or not do something. Our decisions can be for the greater good or for selfish reasons. The reason for our actions doesn’t matter, because there are lessons to be learned from them regardless.

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