Do you believe in the concept of Soul Mates? Is there only one?

Canada
July 20, 2007 11:16pm CST
I have been reading some spiritual information on the concept of soul mates and I would be interested in hearing what you think about the idea? Some believe soul mates are twin energetic flames that split off to learn life experiences then come together when the lessons have been learned. There is one school of thought that we have only one soul mate...whereas other hypothosize that soul mates are a anyone that we have a strong, meaningful attrraction to. They could be friends, family members, spouses, lovers...even children. It is more about the 'resonance factor' than what role they play. For me I think it is possible to have a number of soul mates within our 'soul communities' of like minded others. Soul mates could even be called 'life mates' in my interpretation...just wondering what you think. Do you have a soul mate...or soul mates within the idea of kindred spirits within your community...on-line or in person? For me my hubby is definitely a soul mate...but so are a few really close friends that have shared many of the ups and down in life. We are there for each other and really 'know' the inner essence of who we are. Anyway here we go again...I had a light one on following your bliss...but can't seem to resist the philisophical discussions...even though as DanaMark said..they make us think.
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@Darkwing (21588)
23 Jul 07
Yes, I believe in the concept of soul mates, and I believe that we have more than one, but they are not always all here at the same time as us. I believe also, that I have found a few of my soul mates, both online and in real life. It's like you've known them forever, and I'm sure you both realise it, even if it takes time to do so. I too, have taken a great interest in this subject over the past five or six years, because I really believe I met my main soulmate then. My soulmates are both sexes, and I can't explain how you know they are your soulmates... but I know, for sure... I just know. :) Brightest Blessings and thank you for a very interesting discussion.
• Canada
25 Jul 07
I value your comments and appreciation for the discussion. I have a lot of respect for the discussions you post on your site..and additions to other Mylotter's sites. It is not surprising to me that our views on the subject run along parallel lines...I have noticed that in a number of discussions. Thank you Darkwing for your always interesting perspectives.
@Darkwing (21588)
27 Jul 07
Awwwwwwww, thank you Perspectives, for such precious words. I appreciate that very much, and yes, we do seem to agree on a lot of things, don't we? :) Brightest Blessings, my friend.
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• Canada
28 Jul 07
Yes...it is fascinating to me how the concept of kindred spirits and like minded others outworks within on-line communities as it does within our physical connections. It doesn't surpise me...because of the law of attraction. However I am pleasd that our resonances have drawn us into the sharing circle we have.
@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
21 Jul 07
I beleived that my hubby was my soul mate altho we were much diffent in alot of ways and had very different thought most of the time WE just sort of wrapped around one another and just loved each other . I will never find another one like him (not looking) But I seemed to have had friens and have friens that just think like me so if as what you say we can have more than just one I think I have about 3 on mylot and several other places hugs and Blessings
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• Canada
21 Jul 07
Hi Lakota12... When I posted this I was thinking about the great love you shared...and still do with your beloved hubby. Conceptually it fits for me to consider soul mates/life mates within the 'kindred spirit' idea of like-minded others. What a blessing it is when you 'find' another one of those in life. There such a feeling of 'knowing' each other. For me the 'soul connection' usually begins with a high comfort level right off the bat. From there the trust increases very rapidly for no logical reasons...it is just there. So with that in mind...you probably have a few more soul/life mates...if you get my drift. Many hugs, and big blessings to you too!
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@Lakota12 (42681)
• United States
22 Jul 07
yes I probably do as we think so much alike I am thinking as you said it can been any one you feel kundred spirits with that we could be . as I think I am with gabs an a couple of others I talk to on here. But neveer will any soul mate will be like hubby HUgs and BLessings
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• Canada
22 Jul 07
No doubt...he is your abiding very special someone...and those soul bonds remain...and will be there from here to eternity. Many hugs and light filled blessings to you too.
@kevere26 (223)
• United States
7 Oct 07
I believe that we have both soul mates and a soul twin. The soul twin is what you describe in your paragraph as being "twin energetic flames ..." I have found my soul twin and it's an uncanny friendship. We can read each other's thoughts, know when the other is near, have an indescribable attraction, just to name a few. This friendship defies all logic. I also believe that we have many soul mates. Sometimes it presents itself when you meet a new person and feel like you've known them all your life because the communication is so easy and you're immediately understood. I'm fortunate to have many soul mates in my life and both phenomenas are real.
• Canada
7 Oct 07
Well hello...and welcome to Mylot How interesting that you would come in on a soul mate 'vibe' and add such wonderfully insightful and confirming views. Those who have experienced this know how real it is. For those who have no frame of reference I feel for them. These connections make life so much more meaningful as you have clearly offered through your experiences. So thanks so much for adding some wonderful words and personal experiences to this ever fascinating concept. Good luck with your Mylotting experiences. From the sound of it you will have much to add to any topic you decide to join! All the best, Raia
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• Philippines
6 Oct 07
Yes I do believe in the concept of soulmates and you're right! Every person could have a number of soulmates. I have read an article related to that. It is not just your better half, it could also be your closest friend or anyone whom you share your life and thoughts with:-)
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• Canada
7 Oct 07
That is how I see it for sure. The amazing thing to me is that I am also finding a variety of like minded others on Mylot and taking the friendships beyond just the forum. I have already chatted on the phone with one woman and am fostering a few others where I am convinced we will meet in person one day. Those are also beginning to feel like contacts with a 'soul community' and I feel very blessed just to know they are out there. The world feels like a warmer, friendlier place to realize that there are more connections than I previously new existed. The sense of discovery has a comfortable, 'at home' resonance to them and that is my yardstick for those that are within the soul mate arena. Glad you stopped by and welcome to Mylot. Hope to chat again. Raia
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@DanaMark (807)
• United States
22 Jul 07
Wow. I think this one is too deep for me. I've heard of the term soul mate before. And if I have one, it would certainly be my wife. However, that is not a term I use so I don't think of her in that sense. It is scary how many times my wife knows what I'm thinking just as I'm about to tell her something. I think she is in my soul! "Twin energetic flames that split off to learn life experiences then come together when the lessons have been learned?" That is a totally new one for me. That almost sounds like two people are destined to come together. That sounds great. I like the idea of a soul community. Maybe that is why some people have a close circle of friends that just seem to fit together so well. Maybe someone should start a web site to find your "soul community." (If it works, I thought of it first and want my cut! lol)
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• Canada
22 Jul 07
Oh come on now...it can't be too deep...you just jumped right in and started swimming in concepts...and putting a great spin on them. So you are a deep sea diver afterall!LOL I like your idea of an on-line soul community..and you said it here first..that gives you an automatic 'copyright' on the title. Ideas are a little more challenging...but we've got you covered by your post with the 'big idea.' Just think how much fun it would be to establish the community...then travel to a central meeting place for fun, laughter, food and frivolity. Wow...maybe we are on to something. It would be great to go...oh..you are DanaMark...oh..you are Missak...oh...you are Lakota12...oh you are pespectives...uh what did you say your real name is? Anwyway I'm getting tired and slap happy...I really am going to sign off any moment now! Didn't I say that about an hour ago? This time I mean it! Goodnight to all...bye DanaMark.
@herrbaggs (1308)
• United States
22 Jul 07
The only thing that comes to mind when I think of soul mates is matching shoes.
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• Canada
22 Jul 07
Well....a little humor is always appreciated. Your view is just another perspective..and that is why the site has the name it does.
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@lecanis (16664)
• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
21 Jul 07
I believe in a "soul family". I don't believe in a single soulmate, because even within this one single lifetime I have felt that "soulmate" feeling with more than one person. I do believe that we draw to us the people that we can learn things from, or teach things to. I believe that over the course of our lives on Earth, or wherever else we might choose to live, there will be many of the same spirits that we meet time and time again, because we have things in common, because we can learn from one another, because we share love, any number of reasons. I see these people as my true family, and believe that no matter what happens, in this life or any other, they will always somehow find their way back to me.
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• Canada
21 Jul 07
Ahhh, you speak with the heart of a poet again. Your eloquent interpretation of the idea is completely aligned to my way of seeing it. I got a little 'shiver' of confirmtion up my spine when I read what you wrote. For that is always a spiriutal confirmation or 'angel walk' as I call it to something that was said. Your lovely addition fits with my 'reason, season or lifetime' belief about who comes into our lives and how long they stay. I agree with you about the endless eternal cycle of life..and those within our inner soul family connections they will always find their way back..if the resonance remains strong. Delightful commentary...thanks again Lecanis.
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• United States
21 Jul 07
I do beleive we (I) have many soulmates for different reasons depending which part of my soul we are compatable about. It seems to me that so many people only think of their spouse or partner being their soulmate.
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• Canada
21 Jul 07
Hi again...and yes many do think in terms of the 'one only' idea. As I said when posting the discussion...we conceivably do have many 'soul/life mates' who are kindred spirits sharing our discovery trails with us. So we have similar views on that. Thanks again for dropping by, nice to active on-line friends. I enjoy you site too. We'll keep on flitting around...that I am sure.
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• Philippines
21 Jul 07
I don't believe in the concept of soul mate. It is just it is imposible.
• Canada
21 Jul 07
Well my friend...the world is full of possibilities..sometimes we just know what they are. I love what Robin Williams said in the movies "What Dreams May Come." He said, "a miracle is just something people haven't seen yet." Whatever your views I respect them. For me I love a line by Emily Dickenson..."I dwell in possiblity." In that world...there are no impossibilities...just what the mind can concerive, believe and achieve." I appreciate your comments...differences in prespectives keep the site interesting and informative!
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• United States
12 Aug 07
I thought that a soulmate was your true romantic partner.I like the theory that you are a half looking for your other half to become full. Maybe beacause I am a romantic but I love the idea you look for your soulmate and when you do you stay together and are happy.Do you only have one soulmate? I used to think yes but now I think it is possible to have more than one.There are many people that have lost their first mate or spouse and have remarried or found someone else and found happiness.
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• Canada
27 May 08
Hi again... I am sorry it has taken me this long to reply to your post. I realized that I missed a few when this discussion was pulled up from the bottom. When you mentioned that your idea of finding the other half to make you full was your idea of a soul mate...and how your revised it I think you are on the right track. In my view we can love more fully and openly when we feel whole within ourselves. I came to revise my thinking on soul mates when I developed the understanding that we are here to grow our souls...and we can and often do have many 'soul-mates' that walk that path with us. Thanks for adding your input... Raia
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• United States
28 May 08
" Grow our souls"?What do you mean? I always thought that our souls remain the same size.
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• Canada
28 May 08
Good question...and all I have is an offering from my perception of things. I believe that we are sparks from Source...and as energy beings living in human experiences we are born into a physical life to expand awareness, learn life lessons, raise our consciousness and through that we can 'grow our souls' and eventually gain enlightenment. If we had all that in place already and our souls were all that they were meant to be...what would be the purpose of life?
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11 Aug 07
I have a great relationship with my partner and often think we are soul mates, but our views can be so different on alot of things and as we have grown older I would say its a different bond now. I can be thinking the same as him and sometimes when I go to phone him, he phones me instead, we have a great connection. About 4 years ago I met a woman who came to my work as a student and we just bonded the first day. We think the same, have the same likes/dislikes and there is a real connection. We went out the other night and she told me we were soul mates and I agree we are. I have never had such a strong relationship with another woman friend before, its so natural and we get on so well. I know we have built up such a bond we do love each other. So I do believe we can have more than one soul mate and it can be in the form of a close physical or plutonic relationship. I may be only able to count them on one hand, but the ones I've got are worth a 100,000,000 friends.
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• Canada
27 May 08
Wow...10 months ago since you responded to this discussion. I realize it has been ages since we chatted as well. How are you? I miss the great on-line conversations here and wish I had more time to Mylot. The connections I have made in the past year have meaning to me and yours was certainly one of them. Your views on this topic are very aligned to mine...and that does not surprise me because we found that in some of our other sharings. The bond you discovered with the gal at work shows that you share similar resonances and a high comfort level right off the top. That is always a clue to me that there is a soul-based connection to people I meet whether they are there for a reason...a season...or a lifetime. Hope to connect again...with no such a long time between. David and I are doing great...happy, healthy and fulfilled. Much to be thankful for...and we are. Warmest regards my friend, Raia
27 May 08
Hi Raia So good to hear from you, 10 months have passed so quickly, but i am still the same person thank goodnees. It was funny reading my response again as the person I mention here has shown her true colours and is not my soul mate she claimed to be. I was there for her when she needed my help, but now she is settled she does not need me anymore. I am so use to meeting people like this I have the t-Shirt!! Good to know you and hubby are doing well, me and my partner are doing good too apart from handing all our money over to the taxman at the mo..lol I hope this finds you well, its good to come back here and say hello to my true friends, you are such a great friend. Looking forward to answering your next discussion, I need to go and search, you always stretch my brain..lol Big hugs Lisa x
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• Canada
27 May 08
How positively delightful to hear back from you so quickly. I am also happy to hear that you and your partner and doing well...even though you are having to pay taxes. ARGH! David and I are self-employed and can write off a lot more than when we were on salaried incomes. It can be feast or famine at times...but we still prefer being our own bosses than working for anyone else. Sorry to hear about the disappointment with the supposed friend. I know the feeling...you open up and trust someone and then they shaft you. Been there and done that on more than a few occasions as well. I haven't been here very much. I have two columns that I write for now under my company Perspectives on Healthy Living. David and I are also working with a web designer and we'll be launching a new site to promote our other company Fresh Beginnings. We are doing life coaching by phone and it is working out surprisingly well. It is really great to be chatting with you again...and to know you still enjoy my discussions. Yes, it is time for me to post a few...my challenge is in making sure I have time to respond. I still do my best to respond to every response...even if it is 10 months later. (smiles) Anyway, you and the chats we share have always had a kindred spirit feel to them for me. Look how easily we pick up right where we left off...that is a mark of the bond for me. Do keep in touch...and I will too. Glad to be back and touch...and continue to take good care of yourself and your special guy. Hugs and blessings.. Raia
@Polly1 (12648)
• United States
22 Jul 07
What a thought provoking topic. My husband was my soul mate, I truly believe that. Sadly he passed away 1 and a half yrs. ago. I had never thought about a friend being a soul mate, but after reading what you said about friends that are soul mates. I do have a friend that is a soul mate, we know each others "inner essence" what a wonderful way to describe it. I am hoping to find another soul mate in a partner some day, not to replace my husband but to have someone special in my life again.
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• Canada
22 Jul 07
Thank you for your interest in the topic and adding your touching story to it. I believe in the idea that people are in our lives for a reason...season...or a lifetime...and that we will meet again in another time and place. Sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved soul mate...I am sure he is close by and will support you until you meet again. I would also like to assume that he would want you to love again...and be happy and fullfilled. I know I'd want that for my hubby if I left first. It doesn't ever replace what we have with others...just makes life sweeter...love tends to that doesn't it. Whether it is a lover, friend, spouse, family member or pet...love nourishes the spirit. Thanks for stopping by...do hope you'll visit again. In the meantime...may you continue to find those who will celebrate your inner essence until that special someone comes along.
@Polly1 (12648)
• United States
23 Jul 07
Thanks so much for your kind words. My husband was 20 yrs. older than I was, we did have 27 yrs. together. We did talk about him going before I did, he did say he wanted me to find someone special again, he would not want me to be alone. He also said I might find someone to love me, but that I would never find someone who loved me more than he did. We had a unique and special relationship.
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• Canada
23 Jul 07
Thank you for coming back Polly1 and sharing more of your moving love story. That is the wonderful thing about love and loving. No person ever replaces another...I find it is that way with the many pets I have loved and lost along my life path. Each cat, dog, bird has their own unique inner essence too. I treasure the love bonds I have..have had, and will continue to have; because each one enriches life as only they can do. So if and when you do find another soul mate he and you will share your own journey...but I agree it would never replace what you had with your first mate. Very enjoyable chatting with you...and as with most like minded others..I am sure we will again. Blessings on your journey.
• India
23 Jul 07
Hello again Perspectives, just a few years back i thought there was only one soulmate and that is your spouse/boyfriend but while looking up something else i came across Kabbalah and thats where i learnt that anyone whom we share a deep affinity is a soulamte they can be our friends, family and sometimes even our pets and i liked that idea and i started looking differently at my relationships and yes now i KNOW i have a group or community of soulmates. Some of them i have not met in personal life. So many people here on mylot itself i share a deeper 'relationship' than just giving my opinion its almost like i know them and i know if we ever get to meet they would turn out exactly as i imagined. iam still learning though and exploring different dimensions of life and i love reading your posts i dont know how you feel about it b'cos you have read just one or maybe two of my posts but since i have been reading a lot of yours i feel you are a soulmate too. You are not just a bunch of lines on my screen its like i have been 'listening' to you all this time and now iam 'talking' to you as well which i find really facinating. I think soulmates are people who can read our silences and even if we are talking/writing they can read between lines. Someone who can see or sense our pain even if we are laughing for the world is a soulmate. And as for people in my life yes my mom and my brother are my soulmates. I lost my dad early but i know he is a soulmate too b'cos i can still feel his presence and i can tell him problems and he hears them. Not all my friends but yes some of them are. the ones to whom i dont have to explain why iam not 'myself' today. And as for a lover/spouse one iam still waiting for him to walk into my life! if you read my other response you will know what iam talking about. I have a online friend who i think is my soulmate as well i just hope i meet him soon. Though i have not met him there are times when i have 'sensed' his thoughts in my head/heart. There is a huge time difference so at times i leave offline messages and when i wake up its like i already heard what he had to say and 90% of the time the words on his messages match to what i already thought!
• India
24 Jul 07
i forgot to add some more important people who influence my life - both set of grandparents and the 'mothers' at my school specailly the one i explained in a previous discussion :)
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• Canada
13 Aug 07
I am sorry I didn't reply to your wonderful discourse sooner. I guess when I was clearing out the residue of the bronchial infection I somehow missed this your very thoughtful, uplifting and insightful post and I regret that. Well I am here now and totally understand where you are coming from...and I thank you for your acknowledgment of our soul-bond connection...I feel it too. I have read more of your posts in dicussions with others...so yes I feel very connected to you...from your first response here. Your intuitive sense of things is very strong...I can also 'feel' that beyond the words on the screen. Your magnetic draw to the one you sense has something there...is I am sure worth developing. You have an energetic bond that goes far beyond anything that is just 'physical' and I hope that when you meet it is all you hope it will be. The fact that you are 'intuiting' his responses shows you are connected energetically in ways that transcend logic...but I hear you 'know with your Know.' I have no doubt that your brother and Mom are soulmates...and that the bond with your father continues. Thank you for being so open and responsive...I truly value who you are, how you think...and what a positive impact you have in your sharings here. Sending you light filled blessings... Raia
• Canada
24 May 08
For some people a polygamous type of relationship (a number of partners) may work, but not for everyone. I'm not saying there is ONLY just one or everyone, but I'm not saying that JUST ONE is impossible because there may be more than one. My husband and I are totally in love, and we only want to be with eachother, so YES, soulmates exist, and for us THERE IS ONLY ONE.
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• Canada
27 May 08
Hi again... Wow...look at your credits...10 away from making a huge rollover...good for you. You sure have been busy since we last chatted. Thanks for bringing this topic to life again. I appreciate your views and can relate to the great love you and your hubs share. David and I know that we are soul mates as well...but we do believe that there are others in our lives who are as well. Not in a romantic way...but as kindred spirits who share our soul path with similar resonances. May you and your love continue to have a long, happy, healthy life together! Raia
11 Aug 07
I had always considered the idea of a soul mate as relating to a partner and as a sort of pre-requisite for love and long lasting relationships. However I agree that it is more about the 'resonance factor' really as the people I consider to me are the ones that share more than just a common interest and seem to 'get' what I am about. I personally believe that we are all connected at some level and that we naturally gravitate towards those who are the same to help us through life's journey.
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• Canada
27 May 08
Hi again... I notice how long ago you posted this response and your credits and wonder if you are still around. I have been busy with work commitments and other projects and am not here much anymore either. However, someone pulled this topic up from the bottom of the discussion list and as I started checking responses I noticed yours and others I missed almost a year ago. I appreciate your insightful comments on this topic and agree with you completely. Soul path development is the focus of my life and I have met many kindred spirits along the discovery trails. Even those of a difference resonance have taught me a lot as well. May the Light of Truth continue to illuminate you path.. Raia
24 Jul 07
This has made me think, and I think I am split on the subject. I think it was Emily Bronte who wrote 'Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.', that is from Wuthering Heights and I think it is beautiful. For me I think that really encompasses my feelings about soulmates (interestingly, I'm inclined to write that as one word). For me, letting my romantic side take over, the notion of soulmates is that for everyone in the world there is one person for everyone. One person who is perfectly matched to you, who you will love with all of your being, but not always as a partner. I think that you can have more than one soulmate in your lifetime, but I tend to believe that you will only have one soulmate at a time. However, the realist in me struggles with the idea of soulmates in this way. I mean, how many people are there on the planet? To believe that there is one person for everyone, is quite a scary concept. The chances of you meeting that one person are absurd. I believe beyond a doubt that you can be very very close to many many people in your life, but I wouldn't call them soulmates. So yes, I'm torn, but I am only 19, so things are likely to change!
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
I had been reading articles about soulmates and people give several meanings to it. I agree with what you said that we can have a number of soulmates and that soulmates are people that we have a strong, meaningful attrraction to. They could be anyone. Based on this meaning, I know who my soulmates are. But I had read an article that speaks about a different kind of soulmate and this is related to reincarnation. It says a soulmate is our partner in the past and we are bound to search for each other from generation after generation. Funny but many people believe in this. Especially those who has strong respect for reincarnation.
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• Canada
13 Aug 07
I believe in reincarnation because I find it difficult to believe that we could ever learn all our lessons in one brief sodjern here. Within the idea of soulmates being carryovers from other lifetimes...that is a possibility for sure. However, I also think we grow our souls at different rates. We are given the right of free will...and if our soul path is eternal..to me it makes sense that we will not always choose to grow in perfect synchronization. Consequently one 'mate' may reincarnate in one lifetime...with a different partner to learn different lessons. Then next time around it might be the other way around. Next time there is a coming together to 'test' the level of growth. So the idea of more than one soul mate fits to my way of thinking and that is why I personally feel we can have more than one...in fact many within our soul community of like minded others. However, I also think that we may have core members within our soul family that we have stronger ties as a result of more frequent lives together. To me when we come across them in any given lifetime there is often a high comfort level right from the beginning. When I find them there is a feeling of openness, trust and emotional safety. They make me feel like I've 'come home.' So reincarnation is like any other religion or spiritual framework...we all have our opinions...and I guess only at the time of our crossover will we know for sure how many of them are valid. Thanks for adding your unique views to this topic...I enjoy your discussions a lot...as you can tell by how often I drop by.
@sunshinecup (7880)
23 Jul 07
I don't really believe in soul mates. My belief is life is pre planned by us with the assistance of God, before we are born. Those we will meet, love and even hate are all pre written. If we have it planned to meet someone whom is our perfect counter part, then we will and I think when this happens, that is what we call a "soul mate". It not that they are so perfect for us because they are part of us, but because they are whom we planned for.
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• Canada
13 Aug 07
That is an interesting viewpoint. I am unclear about our God-given right of free will fits in with this. In my personal experience and exploration of my soul path I have found there are some people come, fullfill a shared learning experience and may move on according to choices we make. There is in my view a reason, season or lifetime aspect to everyone I have loved...and lost...and it was all predicated on free will. Even things that may be destined can be altered by different choice making...or do you not see it that way?
@barehugs (8985)
• Canada
23 Jul 07
ok, well first off this is not Religion. Religion does not teach soulmates, because its under Spiritualism. Spiritualism teaches Reincarnation and that means Life after life, so we never die. To be immortal (as we are ) would mean that the church would lose its influence and no one would bother to tithe. So, yes soulmates are those whom we have spent a lifetime with. Thats why we feel so comfortable when we are with them. WE each have many soulmates but usually we find only a few are with us in each lifetime. Its quite usual to find those whom we have known in past lives, but who are not soulmates. They are the like-minded people that you are referring to.
• Canada
23 Jul 07
Thank you for adding your understanding of the topic...sounds as though you have similiar viewpoints. Your opinion about how the church would lose influence over their congregations if people truly accepted the immortal part is something I also agree with. You have done an excellent job in separating concepts and your participation is appreciated.
@liranlgo (5748)
• Israel
22 Jul 07
Well there are different definitions for the word soul mates. I know that i did have a soul mate, he was my first real boyfriend, and we lived together for six years. I know that alote of people see soul mates as people that think and share the same feelings as they do. I personally see a soul mate as a person that knows what i am going through and thinking with out the need to ask me, he just knows, and i fel the same for him. I do not have a real soul mate this time.