How To Find Your Soulmate: Discovering True Love In The Modern Age
We crave meaningful relationships that, while few in number, are rich in quality. We crave those awe-inspiring moments when we realize the person we’re connecting with has shared the same experiences and we live for those instances in which we’re hit with the feeling that a relationship we’re present in has the quality of being “fated”. We want, in short, depth of connection and in our romantic relationships, we are always looking for “The One”, a person who is going to mirror us and help us grow while we support them in the same way.
Falling in love can be a rollercoaster ride tied to lust and infatuation in the beginning but finding a soulmate — someone who sets your heart afire and brings passion along with commitment — is a worthy kind of love you should aspire to. There is a myth that there is only one soulmate for you and finding a connection like this is rare but the truth is that finding your soulmate and falling in love with them is not only common, it’s what we all can achieve. If you aspire to a relationship deeply rooted in beauty and faith - whether that's Christian dating, meeting Jewish singles or simply a shared spirituality - read on.
EliteSingles has successfully matched thousands of soulmate couples so we’re no stranger to finding and keeping true love in your life. Because our service starts with successful singles who know what they’re looking for, and we bring couples together based on our unique “Five Factor Model” of personality traits, our couples are don’t just find “matches”, they find their “meant to be”.
How To Find Your Soulmate By Looking Inward
If you want to find a relationship or your next date, there are several things you can do. Value yourself and take care of your body, pamper yourself, dress well, be open to trying new things, put yourself in social situations and follow good dating etiquette. You know: the same old dating advice. But how to find your soulmate is a completely different ball game because what you’re looking for is something far more meaningful and long-lasting.
Many singles who are looking to find their soulmates don’t have the whole picture — they know they want to experience that thrill of love and recognition but they don’t have faith that the person meant for them is out there. This is usually because they don’t have faith that they’re worthy of love. They think that finding their soulmate is something that happens to them. But what if we turn that conventional thinking on its head? After all, that’s what you’ll need to attract your soulmate.
Instead of going on dates that lead nowhere, look inward. Where are you at in your life and what do you really want? Many singles want to use online dating to find their soulmate but they don’t know what it is that they really want from their next relationship. It’s time to take inventory and stock of who you are. Note down the practical things about yourself — your likes and dislikes, your education level, your hobbies and your goals for example — as well as the emotional and spiritual — do you want children? Are you someone who already has a strong faith in God or wants to develop this?
Now, toy with this idea: you already know your soulmate. Does that sound untrue? Well, it may be or it may not be. The point is that finding your soulmate requires a shift in perspective and this is a very useful outlook to adopt. On some level, if you know yourself then you know what you’re looking for. Once you get clear on who you are on the inside, you can start to take responsibility to connect with yourself, to set your own boundaries and be ready to accept passionate, long-term and holistic love into your already-rich life.
Once we accept ourselves and spend time loving ourselves, when we evaluate our own worthiness and celebrate who we are and what we want from life, when we can accept these things about ourselves, our soulmate walks right into our lives.