The philosopher Francis Bacon said that, “They are ill discoverers that think there is no land, when they can see nothing but sea.”
When you’re looking for your Soulmate you’re going to be looking at a lot of sea. Miles and miles of it. And you have to be OK with that. Seeing beyond it even. Trusting and knowing that the land of Soulmate lovers is out there somewhere. Just past the horizon. So stay the course, work the sails, and enjoy the journey.
But sometimes this isn’t enough.
Especially for doers. People that like to roll up their sleeves and want to get their hands dirty. The ones who want to put in some work and feel like they’re moving forward under their own power in some fashion.
If that’s you, then I think you’ll appreciate this Soulmate exercise.
These techniques can work for anyone though. They’re easy and fun to do.
We’ll be working with the power of our minds. Using our imagination. Playing in the land of possibilities.
Find Your Soulmate Exercise
Let’s launch this process from your likes. What are the things that you like to do? What are the type of people that you’re usually attracted to? What’s the type of music and food that you enjoy the most?
Here’s the questions and the process for you:
If you love to go rock climbing your Soulmate may like to do that as well. Imagine the two of you rock climbing.
If you love to bust a move on the dance floor, your Soulmate may like to do that as well. Imagine the two of you dancing all night long.
If you love to cook, your Soulmate may like to do that as well. Imagine the two of you preparing dinner together.
Do you enjoy movies, the opera, or UFC?
It’s likely that your Soulmate will too.
Whatever your interests are they’re probably shared by your Soulmate.
Use them as a jumping off place to connect to them energetically. Set aside some time everyday, maybe before you go to sleep to practice this Soulmate attraction exercise.
By doing this, you will be sending out a message to the universe, asking your soulmate to contact you.
And Remember Your Soulmate Is Looking For You Too!
Ian – The Soulmate Scientist