If so, then the first question you need to ask yourself is this: How much do you love yourself on a scale of 1 – 10 (10 = 100%)?
The question may seem strange to you, but your answer is critical and reflects on how open your heart is to receive as well as give love in your life. If you don’t love yourself, how can others love you? If you don’t practice love, kindness, compassion on a daily basis, being gentle, supportive and powerful, then others can’t easily show up that way around you.
Remember the Law of Attraction?
If you aren’t resonating with love energy, then you don’t attract it to you either. Notice the quality of relationships you have in your life and see if they are what you really want, how they serve and support you, how much love is expressed and shared, how easy it is to share your true authentic self with each other.
If your relationships don’t bring you joy, more love (love shared is increased), and help you shine your blessings into the world, then something needs to change. We only accept the love we think we deserve.
You can always ask for more love in your life. True love is what makes you brilliant, shiny, blessed, connected, inspired… It’s what makes your world and life make sense.
That’s my definition of a Soulmate, someone who inspires us to be better people.
Did you know that your animals can be your Soulmates too? Think of all the ways they inspire you, touch your heart, encourage you to grow, and all the remarkable ways they demonstrate their love.
Remember other species have voices, feelings, wisdom and divine Spirits just like we do – and they need us to be able to hear them, to honor and respect them, and to learn from them.
Much love to you and your furrkids,
P.S. Oh! And Thank You SO much for your referrals! They are much appreciated…
“If you find yourself not honestly able to say, ‘I love where I am. I love who I’m with. I love what I’m doing,’ then something has to change. You have the power & freedom to make that change.” Martin Brofman, Ph. D.