Finding a friend in this age of fleeting romantic adventure is one thing, but finding a soulmate is a difficult business. How do you even know if your partner is your soulmate or just a good person you can handle well? Where is the boundary between a boyfriend and a soulmate? What is a soulmate? Can you only have one or more soulmates out there? Everyone will tell you, if it is your soul mate "You just know it" or "You just feel it". But that sounds like some hippy dippy stuff. How should we know if we have never felt that before? On the other hand, the idea of a soul mate is also too hippy dippy spiritual thing. But since I am the person I am, trying to approach things from a realistic point of view, I thought I would try and rationalize it and give you some clues that would help you Identify your soulmate.
1. Your first encounter is different
We all know how embarrassing the first meetings can be. It's exciting, but it's also scary, you struggle to think about what to say or ask, you do not know what to do with your hands, and you just faint a bit. And that's good, we're all going through. But when you meet a soulmate, it feels like you are not seeing yourself for the first time. It's like you've known your whole life, but you have not seen each other for ages and now you can catch up. There is a chemistry that simply can not be explained.
2. You are best friends
Chemistry and attraction is definitely important, but more importantly, you are the best friends. They do not value each other, you only know that you can trust your partner with everything. They are always there for you, no matter what, they are, so to speak, your partner in crime.
3. There is no awkward silence
And we do not say that you talk to each other non-stop, it's more about enjoying the silence together and feeling good without having to feel it. You only know it's alright, you do not have to talk, you can just enjoy each other's company in peace.
4. They are on the same wavelength
You just get yourself. You can see how the other person feels, and you know when to cheer them up, when to comfort them, when to give them advice, when to hear their dizziness, and when it's best to leave them alone to let and give them space. It's like intuition, but on steroids.