Wednesday, February 24, 2016

How Would A Soulmate Make You Feel?

Before I launch into this post, I just wanted to give an update on how the new job is going for me. I'm only three days into it, but it's going well. Today I wrapped up writing a "script" for a corporate video they're going to be shooting in Uruguay at one of their farms and I've started to map out a social media strategy for them. The place is really laid-back and quiet. People are pretty much unmonitored and I think it works, because everyone seems to get their work done. It really looks like my core working hours most of the time are going to be nine to five, and that is just amazing to me!

I also did have a small law of attraction manifestation today on the job, but I'm going to save that for another post. Today I want to talk about soulmate lists, and something that I recently read about that helped me clarify further what I really want. 

I know a lot of people don't approve of "lists"...but I think when it comes to the law of attraction, it works far better if you do get specific. Of course, there is such a thing as being too picky and specific, but fortunately I think the universe knows which "nice to have" items on your list can be excluded without making you disappointed or unhappy. 

Most people are going to put the basics on their list first; their soulmate's age range, physical qualities, where they live, hobbies, etc. There's nothing wrong with that, but it is important to also think about and include how this person would make you feel. Because getting into that feeling mode and practicing it is how you activate the vibration of being in a relationship and therefore attracting exactly what you desire. 

Even I know I needed a little assistance with this. I have some qualities on my list that relate to behavior and how he would make me feel, but then I read the following list that Arielle Ford (she's the author of The Soulmate Secret, a book I mentioned a month or so ago) put on her own blog, and I thought it was perfect and a lot more comprehensive. 

I must confess some of her items weren't really on my radar, even though I know my inner being was screaming "yes!" when I read these. I have to locate my list tucked away somewhere on my laptop and add these. (These came, by the way, from a blog post she wrote called "Is He the One? (Or Still the One?)"

  • You have been in a committed relationship for at least one year, have met his family and friends and he has met yours, and you both love each other.

  • You and your soulmate share chemistry, compatibility, great communication skills (these can be learned, but if possible, learn them BEFORE the wedding) and most importantly, a shared vision for the future (kids, lifestyle, etc.).

  • You don’t have to do everything together (and shouldn’t), but you must decide ahead of time that you each have space and support for the other’s passions.

And then look at their behavior:

  • Can you count on them to keep you physically and emotionally safe?
  • When you are stressed out, hurt, or ill, do they provide concern and assistance?
  • When you share your thoughts, feelings and worries, do they listen and respond with compassion, empathy and care?
  • Do you trust them and can you count on them to keep their word?
  • Do they want to spend time with you and do they make future plans?
  • Do they celebrate your wins in life and hold your hands in the down times?
  • Are they financially responsible?
  • Is their happiness as important to you as your own?
Here's what I'm going to do...I'm going to read through this list every day if I can and take that moment to feel what it be like to have a partner that does all this (in addition to knowing we're attracted to each other physically and all of that other stuff.) 

Happy list making!

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