Understanding Soul Connection

Our soul is our core self – our spirit, or our essence, which lives inside a body but may also live beyond it.

A soul connection or a love bond is a special kind of relationship with someone who feels truly essential in your life.

You’re likely to feel closer to this person than to anyone else and to feel like they “see” you in a profound sense.

A soul connection can be the foundation for a romantic partnership, but it doesn’t have to be – soul connections can also be the basis for deep friendships.

In most cases, a soul connection will arise between two people who share many goals and beliefs.

It’s common to find that even though you’ve never met, you’ve shared all sorts of experiences and have an intuitive empathy with each other.

All of this comes together to offer a relationship that will rejuvenate you, support you and help you understand yourself better than ever before.

Can A Soul Connection Be Broken?

It’s widely believed that soul connections can never be broken, even when a relationship ends. These sorts of bonds are sometimes called twin flame soul connections or soul ties, and they exist far beyond the physical.

And yes, you’ll never forget a soul connection. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t develop new, equally meaningful relationships – you just need time and space to heal and to mourn the loss of the previous soul connection in your everyday life.

First, you need to realize that you’re still attached to this person and that you want to make a change for your own well-being.

Ideally, you’ll admit this to a friend or therapist, so that you can move on to the forgiveness phase of recovery.

In this phase, you must work to forgive the other person for anyways they hurt you, and yourself for your own negative contributions to the fractured connection.

And finally, you’ll reach a stage where you’re ready to cut the soul connection loose. For example, you may remove daily reminders of the soul connection from your home, and you may start seriously thinking about beginning new relationships for the first time in a long while.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. Mike ToluAmure says:

    Thank you

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    1. GS says:

      Most welcome


    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing

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      1. Always a joy and pleasure to read and share your posts with followers, My Dear! Hope you have a great day!! xoxox 😘💕🎁🌹

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