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We Bond WIth Our Soulmates On Different Levels And Never By Accident

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Those people that keep you awake at night, those that reflect your soul, those that fill your heart with joy. Ah, soulmates, am I right? They are your perfect cup of tea, the key that opens the door of your heart. They give you a warm sense of belonging and completeness. Hanging out with them, being with them just feels right.

But how do we recognize them? Check out the 4 types of soulmates that exist:

1. Soulmates from your past life.

The relationship with your past life soulmate will be free-flowing, smooth and stable. Since you have known each other from your past life, you will click as soon as you meet and you will greatly understand each other – be it a friend, a co-worker, or a romantic interest.

However, this doesn’t mean that you will never fight. It only means you will be willing to resolve your disagreements and problems in a mature, polite manner because you know each other too well and you know you don’t want to grow apart.

How to recognize them?

You will meet this person only when you are being your true self. The good thing is that they will not pretend to be someone they are not in front of you either, hence the start of a genuine friendship or a relationship enriched with a great sense of humor, honesty, and understanding.  

2. Soulmates that heal you.

These people are the ones that have been through the same that you are going through and they understand how you’re feeling about the situation. They appear at the right time in your life to provide support and comfort when you need it the most.

How to recognize them?

These types of friendships are not intense but can last for a long time. You bond with these soulmates on the basis of similar experiences. You have both been through the same things and you know how it feels, so you will always have someone to talk to about your past sorrows and heartbreaks. If you’ve ever had such a friendship with someone, you should know that they are your healing soulmate.

3. Soulmates that mirror your soul.

This type of connection occurs between two people who are similar and share similar likes, dislikes, opinions, perspectives, and personality traits.

This type of soulmate, also known as twin flame, knows what you are going to say before you even say it. They complete the missing pieces of your emotional puzzle and love you in a selfless, ego-free way. They are loyal, they give you peace and stability, and they are willing to do everything for you.

How to recognize them?

If you can’t wait to share everything – from major life events to the slightest details and most embarrassing moments of your life, with your twin flame, if you feel fulfilled and complete just by being in the same room with them, and if you mutually get each other without having to say anything, it’s them – your twin flame, the soul of your soul.

4. Soulmates that teach you valuable lessons.

Karmic soulmates are somehow related to your past life. They come back for you to teach you lessons you didn’t learn in your past life. Karmic relationships are by no means easy. They are explosive and make you feel so good about yourself. They give you a rush of adrenaline and make you feel alive. But they also feel like a constant, violent epiphany. They simply shake you up.

How to recognize them?

These soulmates are compatible, they share many similarities with you, but unfortunately, they have a big ego and they’re immensely proud.

If you’ve ever felt drawn to a person with a great deal of chemistry involved but plenty of rows and disputes included as well, it might be because you were dealing with your karmic soulmate. They came into your life to teach you a thing or two about life as well as how to let go.

It’s apparent that we don’t only have one soulmate. We have many and we bond with them on different levels. Some teach us a lot, others elevate our spirits, others hijack our brains. Recognizing soulmates at an early stage could contribute to your connection and relationship with them.

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Nora Connel