Dear Arielle and Brian,
I share an amazingly deep connection with someone and yet I know deep down he is not the right one for me. How do I reconcile that in my mind and heart and move on, especially when I’ve been searching for a long time?
It may be time to move this man into the “friend” category if he is not your ideal life partner. We believe a soulmate is someone with whom you share a deep and profound connection and feel you can completely be yourself. A soulmate is someone you love unconditionally, who loves you unconditionally, and when you look into their eyes, you have the experience of being at “home.” There is the possibility for many soulmates in a lifetime, and chances are you ALREADY have several in your life. If you look at my definition of a soulmate, then you will see that you may have a best friend, co-worker or family member who is your soulmate. And it’s possible this man “who is not the right one” is a friend soulmate but not your future husband. We suggest that when you recognize the love you already have around you, when you put your attention on being grateful for the love that is already in your life (through friends, family and co-workers), you immediately begin to attract MORE love into your life.
Find ways to express more love to everyone in your life. The universe is always mirroring back to us our beliefs about ourselves and the world. If we believe the world is a loving and friendly place, then most of the time that will be our experience. But, if we believe the world is a chaotic, stressful and fearful place, then that becomes our reality.
The basic Law of Attraction states that you will attract to you those things that match your state of belief. Believing that your soulmate is out there is critical to the preparation of manifestation. If you learn to believe that the ONE is not only out there but is ALSO LOOKING FOR YOU, then true love can be yours.
Arielle & Brian
E-mail your questions about life, love and relationships to Arielle and Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org.