My Best Kiss – A Soul Mate Not Meant To Be

Sometimes people come into our lives to show us the better part of ourselves.

I remember it as though it were yesterday.  The impression left within my heart remains that strong.

But it was over 15 years ago I thought I had found my “one true love”.

Like many, I had read stories relating the idea of what “true love, soul mates and twin flames” would feel like.  And I was sure this was it.

The initial hunch was like nothing I had ever felt before, like a waltz from Disney’s Cinderella, though I had no idea how to dance.

It began innocently enough.  Introduced by a mutual friend from church, my soul mate and I set out on a journey that would take us to the core of our souls – a core of personal places long denied.

I realize now this journey through the heart was a means to help us see our own desires as well as insecurities.

It took a while to reign in that first kiss but when it arrived the electricity coursing through my soul opened crevices within me I had never felt before.

I felt alive!!!

For the first time I sensed “real love” and all it had been described to be.

Sex was fantastic, like nothing ever imagined.  It was raw, intimately physical and it was emotional.

The whimsical magnetism of the relationship walked a fine line between intimacy and sex, self and other, doubt and fear.

It was as though we were connected from the top of our heads to the bottoms of our soles.

And we were.  From out of the ether emerged two souls, unique in nature, reaching out for their better half. 

We finished each other’s sentences, read each other’s minds.  When alone, few words seemed necessary as instinctively we flowed from one space to another.

It was like magic.

Soul Mate Not Meant To Be

It was like magic

Lyrics vibrated with the sound of what our hearts were feeling.

Lonestar’s Amazed, one of the greatest songs from the era, resonated deep within, drawing us closer to one another.

“Every time our eyes meet, this feeling inside me is almost more than I can take.

Baby when you touch me, I can feel how much you love me, and it just blows me away.

I’ve never been this close to anyone or anything – I can hear your thoughts I can see your dreams.” 

We harmonized with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill as we sang “It’s Your Love.

Our time together was special.

It was true, and it was real. 

We both had dreams, desires, and passion.  We wanted the world, but were we too young to hold it?

I was single; my soul mate was not. Her teenage children, young grandchildren and estranged husband offered insight into a world I had never played in before.

It was no longer two single people entertaining the idea of a relationship – it was a family of people working together to create space for potential unity, peace and harmony.

Each was searching for something, but we were from two totally different worlds.

Did we move forward?  Could we move forward?

Could we take the measures necessary to see the truth behind what we were feeling?

Would we dip our toes in the water and flow with the uncertainty of what life was offering? 

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Single on V-Day? Celebrate the Night with a Soul Mate Strategy Session

Being single on Valentine’s Day is not the end of the World.  Others may be out sipping wine, eating chocolates, dining at famous restaurants and laughing it up, but that does not mean your day has to be a wash.

Lots of people are single on Valentine’s Day.  It is often the media and corporations that make us believe that Valentine’s Day is the one-day of the year when love is suppose to magically appear on our doorsteps.  Well, this is simply not true.

Love can arrive at anytime.  It probably will not look like a white horse or glass slipper, but in today’s world it can be anything your heart desires.  So rather than sit home and have a pity party, Get Your Head Out Of Your App” and create the life and love you truly deserve.  Draw your Soul Mate closer with simple creativity and intuition.

  1. Be open to the idea that you are worthy of love and loving relationships. No matter what your past looks like, make an effort to forgive and let go of those things that no longer belong to you.  If you have to, write down the names of people from your past, say a positive prayer for them and then erase the board.  Now be open for something new.
  1. Get a piece of paper and decide how you would like to be treated on Valentine’s Day and any other special day of the year. Don’t be so fanciful that your wishes cannot be met – be realistic.
    Single on V-Day

    Single on V-Day? Celebrate the Night with a Soul Mate Strategy Session

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