Guest Speaker

Regaining Your Power With A Soulmate

We all must have done it from time to time. Chasing a guy or girl is never a good place to be. The good news is you don’t need to. We are talking soulmates, that amazing pull like a magnet you feel out of control with it so you are constantly sending messages or looking them up on social media. As hard as it seems sometimes you feel like you’re bashing your head up against a brick wall.

Then stop because he or she is not going to come back whilst they know you are there waiting.  To gain your power back you have to stop and let them come to you. Avoid triggers like music or a place you might have been together it can be anything. When you find yourself thinking I need that contact I am going to reach out, STOP and look at what made you do that or feel that way.  That is how you find your triggers. Then avoid them. If he never contacts you again then it was not meant to be, then you can start to heal still avoiding the triggers until you feel confident enough to move on. For the lucky ones they will always call you once they miss you or realise they just lost their power over you.  Most relationships run smoothly but soulmates can be so hard to get with and even harder to leave. It’s a journey and it’s complicated. It’s one of the hardest journeys you will ever make.

If you want to know if they are your soulmate and is it a good idea to turn away? Ring and have a reading.

 

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