Kaizen Wealth Life Transformation

  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size
Home Personal Development Finding Your True Soul Mate

Finding Your True Soul Mate

Imagine what it could be like if you found your soul mate: walking hand in hand with someone who understands your every thought and mood, perfect days melting into passionate nights, a true love that lasts forever!

Could this happen to you? Yes, it can! With a little effort, you can be on the road to finding that special person made just for you.
 
Many people seem to be under the assumption that their soul mate is suddenly going to fall out of the sky. Unfortunately, this isn't the way it works. If you’re yearning to find your soul mate, plan to be ready, prepared, and in the right place at the right time.
 
Here are some important things to keep in mind in your quest for your soul mate:
 
1.    Figure out what you truly want. When you’re looking for your one and only, you first need to discover what it is you want from the person you’re looking for, your relationship, and life as a whole.

It's important to know what's significant to you and the values you hold dear before you leap into a relationship. If you don't know what you’re looking for, how will you ever be able to find it?

This includes knowing yourself well enough to feel confident in your goals, values, and other ideas that are important to you.
 

Once you clarify your values to yourself, you’ll soon start to notice other people who have the same ideals.

 
2.    Spend time in places your soul mate can be found. When looking for that special person, be sure to spend time in places where you’re likely to find them.

  • If you’re involved in a particular hobby you'd like your soul mate to share, consider joining a class or club you’d enjoy.
     
  • If you love sports, get active in them. You can also join your local recreation center and get active in the community.
     
  • If you enjoy the great outdoors, be sure you’re spending time walking, hiking, or camping.
3.    Skip the nightclubs and bars. Unless a bar is really where you want to find your soul mate, it's probably not the best place to be looking for one.
 
  • People who spend time in bars and nightclubs aren’t typically looking for a soul mate. Instead, they’re more likely interested in short-term relationships.

    Commitment may not even be part of their vocabulary. Bar patrons usually haven’t made a commitment to themselves regarding a relationship, let alone thought about someone to spend the rest of their life with!
 
While you may have the idea your soul mate will find you, it's important to take action and start looking in the right places. Sitting at home waiting for Prince Charming or Princess Lovely to knock on your door is not going to get you very far!
 
Know what you desire from a relationship first and foremost, then spend time getting active in your community doing the things you love to do. After all, you just never know when that true love magically appears before your eyes!
 
Please share your wealth insights with us on the article by adding your comment at the bottom.

 



If you like this article, please click on the `Digg` image below. I'd appreciate it!

Comments

B
i
u
Quote
Code
List
List item
URL
Name *
Email (For verification & Replies)
Code   
Submit Comment
 

Follow Me

 FB twitter


Personal Development Articles


Testimonial

2009-08-28
Wealth Insight 2009-08-28 Would You Try And Read An Entire Library? If you walked into a library, would you try and read every book? No, you’d go straight to the ones you are interested in. Perhaps you’d ask a librarian for advice. You’d narrow down the choice, and then take two or three out. There is a well-established system that can help you – the Dewey classification system – and a guide – a trained librarian. And that is why you can walk into a library... Read more...
Steve Musumba
Allow me to start by thanking you for guiding me through this Kaizen Challenge. It has been an extremely exciting and sometimes frustrating journey like when I have missed my ME time due to being unable to wake up in time and sometimes just being overcome by inertia but l have enjoyed the journey Read more...
Adele Dreyer
One thing that I realized is that this challenge will never stop for me. Up to now it has been very exhilarating and I know that a new day is dawning. My thought process has developed and improved tremendously, I’m able to actually listen to people and it is incredible how much negativity there are out there and the worst is that I can see people thrive for it, as Julius Ceasar said " Lend me your ears" it seems that the human race is queuing to do this and all bad news puts... Read more...
Christoffel Steyn
We started off badly with a poor telephone system that could not function properly over the internet followed by an electricity crisis, but after investing in ourselves we enjoyed the Kaizen Challenge very much. It has really changed our whole outlook and mindset on life, in so many ways. In the first place we realized Read more...
Mel Marx
The Kaizen Challenge was the 3rd rung of a ladder that has lead me to an exciting world of possibility, dream and goal attainment.  The first rung that took me up that ladder was the ‘firewalking experience’ which truly woke me up to the Read more...