Let me repeat myself for the sake of clarification. I.Don't.Do.New.Age and the catch phrases associated with them. I'm not into anything new. As a matter of fact, because I personally believe that there is nothing new under the sun. Now, I DO do progressive, that's an entirely different subject.
With that said, after numerous conversations with a good friend, concerning current issues with our friends, things we have experienced and felt (and still feel), I firmly believe in the connectivity factors one associates with finding your soulmate and/or twin flame.
I believe there is a difference between loving someone, being in love, and finding an incredible connection that exists spiritually, mentally, physically, and is dayum near sacred. The connectivity factor that exists without words, crosses language, ethnic (though P, like others, loves the dark meat). I full on believe that many, many, times, because of other factors that are in place (distance, economics, another spouse, children, etc), the relationship does not pan out. Often times people say, if someone is for you, then you will end up being with that person.
Not necessarily true, in my humble opinion. Here are some people from movies, that I believe, the couples demonstrated soulmate-like traits:
- Same Time, Next Year
- Love and Basketball
- The Good Earth
- Message in a Bottle (the end of this movie was wack. I was traumatized for days)
- Forrest Gump
- An Affair to Remember
- The Notebook
- Jason's Lyric
- Coming to America (hehe)
The point I am saying, is that I believe that there is this intense emotional, spiritual attraction that you have to a person that transcends the physical realm. You can't imagine what it was like NOT knowing them if you have experienced this, and if you haven't, you can't imagine feeling this way about ANYONE. You hear what they hear. You feel what they are feeling. You know what they are thinking. You know what to say, when to say it, and why to them, and vice versa. You wake up in the middle of the night and you know it has something to do with them. Sometimes you will tell them something or they will tell you something later and you're like "I knew that", or "Oh. . .That's why I felt that way". It's incredible. And sometimes overwhelming.
In our day to day relationships, the love that builds can become strong, comforting, and, to a point, more stable than the love we have for our soulmates (if, in fact, our mate that we have now is NOT our soulmate). However, there is that one, that feels when you feel, knows when you know. If you have seen any of the above movies, you will know how these feelings oft times transcend any and everything. Every wonder why you feel what you feel when you see these movies?
Do you believe in Soulmates? Do you have one? Are you with them? If not, do you think about them? Do you see or talk to them sometimes?
Due to the nature of this broadcast, K-PAT respects your privacy and will accept anonymous contributors. (But the suspense will kill me and the viewing audience).