Plinky Prompt: Do You Believe In Soul Mates?

  • Wandering Souls
  • Meant To Be
    Soul Mates Yes, absolutely. However, I think you can have several soul mates. My husband is my soul mate but I also have a friends (one I haven’t met) who I consider soul mates. I’m a strong believer in things happening for a reason; I include meeting people in that category. Sometimes you just connect with another person and the joyous surprise of knowing them is a gift. For both of you.
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8 thoughts on “Plinky Prompt: Do You Believe In Soul Mates?

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  2. I do believe in soul mates! Yes, my husband is one….on a grand scale. So was my mother. I do believe we are meant to meet each other over and over in time.
    Some people feel like a soul mate…then things go awry and you realize it was a ruse. Or perhaps just now our time.

    But yes, I believe in soul mates. Sometimes I think it takes time to realize the person you’ve known for a long time is one of your soul mates, or as Ash so lovingly says…our spirit family.

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  5. You have written a wonderful piece on soul mates. I think a person can have many soul mates on many levels and in many ways.
    I have the love kind of soul mate — my husband who I fell in love with at first sight. He looked up at me and smiled with his eyes and his mouth when we were first introduced, and I just knew, somehow, that this was IT. That was 30 years ago.
    My friendship soulmate I met on new years eve 1976. When we were introduced, I felt comfortable right away as if we had known each other for a 100 years. We both knew this was going to be a very special, soul mate friendship. We drift apart — we come back together — but the distance and time doesn’t matter.
    Unfortunately, I lost another friendship soul mate even before she died. My fault — I let several things come between us. And she did the same. That we never reunited before her death (that I only learned of a year later by reading it in an alumni magazine) is one of my deepest regrets. I think of her often, cherish her memory, and look at her picture and remeber the fun and good times and long talks we had together.
    Cherish your soul mates. Be open to new ones. You find them when you’ve not looking for them.

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    • I have a hard time sometimes wondering when to let go or not of old friends that I have no contact with. Sometimes people are only connected by the past and I don’t think that’s strong enough to keep a friendship going. esp. if one person does all the work (me) and the other doesn’t and never has. I tend to think of keeping the memory of what we had but not what we don’t have now.

      Warm wishes, Laurie https://hibernationnow.wordpress.com

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  6. Soul family. Spirit family. Believing firmly in reincarnation (knowing, really), I think we have souls that we connect with in life after life. They are our soul’s family, and we have chosen to connect over & over to help each other learn and grow, through life after life.
    More than friends, they become spirit family when we find them again, making a heart to heart connection.
    Much Love,
    ~Ash

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