Not every soulmate leads to intimacy or even lifelong relationships, but all bring two people together to fulfill part of their Karma contracts before exiting this planet.
A Brief History of Soulmates
The humans were so unhappy separated from their other half, so Apollo sewed up the bodies and the only remaining part of their original form was the navel. Each human then had a set of genitalia and would forever long for its other half; and the other half of their soul. Once the two souls find each other and unite in body, their joy has no bounds.
Aristotle is quoted as saying, “Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.” In Jewish faith Bashert is the Yiddish word meaning “destiny.” A proverb that a “marriage is made in Heaven,” can be the seeming fate of an important event, friendship, or marriage through the divinely foreordained spouse (or soulmate) by the basherte (female) or basherter (male).
Finding Your Twin Flame
The lifelong relationships that some people have with their partners seem so easy and effortless. Both speak the same language, their characteristics are very similar, and they even start to look like the other half (that is scientifically proven but that is best saved for another article). These relationships glide and are cohesive. All people wish for this type of flow in their relationships.
If this is not how your relationship feels or doesn’t have good cohesiveness or there are multiple partners over a course of your lifetime, then you might be working through some of your soulmates. A twin flame is out there for each of us and yet to find one might be taking you to a new level; a different destination that completes you and your destiny.