In an article I wrote about attracting love, a guy commented that he had zero chance of attracting someone so why bother looking. That affirmation – I have zero chance of attracting someone – is going to keep him from finding his soulmate in many different ways. Mostly because he’s not going to allow someone who is interested in him because he doesn’t think it’s going to work out anyway. If you want to find your soulmate, then you need to be open to finding your soulmate! Following are some affirmations that can help you open yourself up to the possibility that your soulmate is out there and then keep your eyes open for them.
1. Other People Have Found Their Soulmate, So I Can Too
If someone else has done something, then you can too. I don’t care what it is. And, that includes finding your soulmate.
If someone else has found their soulmate, then the possibility of finding your soulmate is there. No matter what. It doesn’t matter what you look like, how much money you have, where you live, or anything else. The possibility is there, and you need to stop talking about why you can’t find your soulmate and, instead, be open to the possibility that you can.
If you don’t open up to the possibility, then the perfect person could literally be standing right in front of you and you won’t see what they are to you or who they could be to you.
2. I Know That My Soulmate Is Out There
This way you won’t stress out about it and spend all your time saying things like, “I wonder if there is anyone out there for me?” or, “Maybe my soulmate is already taken.”
The more you affirm to yourself that your soulmate is out there, the less stress you will feel when you haven’t found them yet. You will know they are there. You won’t worry so much about whether or not you are ever going to find them. It will be a matter of when not if.
3. I Trust My Intuition When It Comes To My Soulmate
Nobody can tell you when you’ve found that perfect person. Nobody can tell you the signs that you have found your soulmate. You need to trust your intuition.
This is why you may need to give some people time before you automatically decide that they are not your soulmate. Your hormones, current beliefs, and the current situation can cloud your intuition and keep you from seeing that perfect person right in front of you.
Take some time to listen to your inner voice, which knows what’s best for you and what you may not know consciously. You may be surprised to learn that your soulmate was closer than you thought.
4. I Remove Myself From Unhealthy Relationships So That I Can Stay Available For My Soulmate
Too many people stay in abusive and unhealthy relationships because they believe they are with their soulmates.
Your soulmate may challenge you and help you grow, but they are not going to abuse you in any way. A soulmate will love you, support you, encourage you, and help you become better, not worse.
If you are in an unhealthy relationship, stop affirming to yourself that your soulmate is the one making you miserable.
Get into the mindset that you can’t find your soulmate if you are stuck in an unhealthy relationship with someone who isn’t ideally suited for you.
5. I Deserve To Be With My Soulmate
Besides ourselves, our partner in life is the person we spend the most time with. You deserve to spend time with someone who loves you, treats you with respect, and makes you feel good.
Why choose to spend time with someone who drags you down just because you don’t want to be alone?
It’s hard for some people to hear, but it’s better to stay single and wait for your soulmate than it is to stay in a relationship simply because you don’t want to be alone.
The hard news is that you can be in a relationship and feel alone. The good news is you can be single and not feel alone. The better news is you can be single, feel good, and be open to meeting that perfect person for you.
When you feel down, affirm to yourself that you deserve to be with your soulmate and then keep your head up as you wait to meet him or her.
6. My Soulmate Will Be There When We Are Meant To Meet
If you haven’t met your soulmate yet, don’t say things like, “They probably met someone by now.” That type of affirmation is keeping you closed off from recognizing your soulmate when they come.
The thing is that you may need to learn stuff from other people before you meet your soulmate, and they may need to learn stuff too.
Often we learn things about ourselves and what we do and do not want in the wrong relationships. And, once we learn enough, we can treat our soulmate with more respect and love because of our appreciation, knowledge, and awareness.
For instance, a friend of mine had bad relationship after bad relationship. But, they all taught her who she was, what she wanted, and why she wanted. When she met the love of her life, she was able to appreciate him, see how important he was for her life, and then treat him with the love and compassion he deserved. She often says that if she had met him earlier, she probably wouldn’t have given him the time of day because she hadn’t learned what she really wanted in a guy yet.
There is no set timeline when it comes to meeting your soulmate, so don’t try to force it. It could be today or a year from now – or longer. Accept that it will happen when it’s meant to be and it will be a fun journey instead of a drag.