How To Connect With Your Soulmate

Understanding what telepathic ability looks and feels like in practice is crucial to discovering this amazing gift.

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What is telepathic touch?

Telepathic touch, often known as remote touch, is a method of communication between two connected souls.

Telepathic touch allows you to exchange or transfer a thought, emotion, or feeling to another person without making physical contact. To do this, an instant connection is established, and either twin can share information with the other, or both twins can share feelings and think at the same time.

Telepathic touch is a tough skill to master, and it can require years of practice. Each soul must complete various telepathic exercises and practice telepathic communication with one another several times.

Despite the fact that the initial connection may be brief, with further training and experience, the link can become solid and consistent, making this a useful communication tool.

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Even if two souls or twin flames are in distant cities or nations, they can interact telepathically.

How is telepathy possible with soulmates?

Many civilizations, religions, and belief systems will tout the ability to connect with one another telepathically, despite the fact that it has yet to be empirically demonstrated.

Telepathy is feasible since everyone's energy and vibration are different. Two people can share the same energy at times. When this occurs, the two souls are drawn to one another in order to share the same power.

How do soulmates connect?

When two people feel they are connected on a soul level in a substantial or unusual way, they are said to have made a soul connection. It's the feeling that your connection is bigger than the earth plane, that something bigger brought you together or is at work than the practical specifics of your relationship, such being coworkers or lovers. You might have a sense that you've known each other in a previous life or that your souls decided to meet now before this one.

Tess Whitehurst, spiritual teacher and bestselling author, tells mbg, “When I hear the word'soul mate,' it often appears to connote exclusivity.” Whitehurst, who has been in a love relationship for 20 years with the same spouse, believes the contrary is true: “We have multiple soul mates.” We're all connected on a soul level since we're all part of a common humanity or spiritual consciousness.

How do you know whether you've found your soul mate? Let's take a look at different forms of soul connections, keeping in mind that there may be some overlap. In a variety of ways, someone could be your soul mate.


A soulmate is someone with whom you share a strong and natural connection, whether romantic or platonic, spiritual or sexual. It's unconditional love, and your connection will develop as your love grows. This person is even referred to as “the one” by some.

Twin flames

While twin flames are similar to soulmates in that they do not have to be romantically involved, they are very different. Unlike a soulmate, with whom we may have several connections throughout our lifetimes, we can only have one twin flame.

A twin flame is a powerful connection that is often described as a mirror or a split soul. But, much like a real fire flame, this connection necessitates ongoing and intense spiritual activity.

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How do you call in your soulmate?

I couldn't think straight since I was so nervous to speak with him! (NOT my usual demeanor… but he was just so darn cute!)

Five years of bringing out the best in one other and challenging each other to reach our full potential – even when it's difficult. Snuggles, words of affirmation (both of our #1 Love Languages), and unconditional love have been a part of our lives for the past five years. Five years of managing difficult talks and huge life transformations based on mutual respect, trust, and dedication that has only grown stronger over time.

I'm posting this because we've heard from many of our clients and community members that you're ready to summon their Life Partners – and I know just how you feel.

I was confident in my ability to complete my task “person,” but had no idea where to look for him. I went on a number of dates, had my heart broken a few times, and wondered if my soulmate was truly out there.

I'd want to share the technique I used today with you so you can see if it works for you – or share it with a friend or loved one who is looking for help “It's You.”

Then, in my next piece, I'll reveal some practical methods that have helped us 98 percent of the time develop a partnership that is both genuinely nourishing and truly empowering.

(Yes, we, like everyone else, have our times!) But, thanks to these methods, we've been able to minimize unneeded drama to less than 2% of our relationship.)

How I Called in My Soulmate

It all started with a conversation I had with Gigi Sage, my mentor and now-business partner, six months prior to Sunny's arrival… I told her I was bored of dating, and I knew deep down that relationships weren't “it.” I was looking forward to meeting my Life Partner.

She'd been a sought-after communication and relationship specialist for over three decades at that point. But it took me nearly that long to admit that I didn't have it all worked out on my own since she was my mother!

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STEP 1: Get crystal clear about the VALUES you want your life partner to share.

  • Begin by jotting down your top 10-20 values for your partner, then ask yourself, “Which of these are genuinely non-negotiables?”

“Mission driven – aspires to make a positive effect on the world,” for example, was one of my top values. I didn't stop there, though! I offered a brief description of what that means to me. Carry out this exercise for each of your Top 5 Values.

STEP 2: As you're dating, remember your Top 5 Values. These are your non-negotiables.

If you go on a date with someone who doesn't share your values, don't go on another date with them. (It would be a waste of time if you were actually hunting for your life companion.)

We see a lot of people who stay with someone for months or even years in the hopes that they will change. People's underlying values, on the other hand, rarely change — and shared values are one of the most important criteria in deciding whether a relationship will last.

STEP 3: Dance them into your life.

You might believe I'm joking, but I'm not! I was really into Omi's song “Cheerleader” when I was phoning in “The One.” So Gigi encouraged me to imagine the man I was calling in and dance to that music every day (who I would be a great cheerleader for).

“Oh I guess I found myself a cheerleader…” we sang as we danced around her Amsterdam apartment. It may sound ridiculous, but I believe this was an important factor in attracting the connection I want.

In your imagination, you can only accomplish so much. The remainder is a matter of energy. Find your favorite song, listen to it on a daily basis, and dance and sing your heart out. Isn't it worth a shot?

Instead, give it a 60-day trial run. Keep it if it works for you. If it isn't, toss it out.

How many Soulmates do we have?

You can have multiple soulmates. “You only have one twin flame,” says the narrator. According to the belief, if you meet someone with whom you have a strong connection, there's a good chance they're a member of your larger soul family.

What does a soul Bond feel like?

When you're soul attached, you may occasionally feel as though you know exactly what your partner requires. For example, you may suspect that your partner is depressed during the day and send them a cheer-up SMS.

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Are soulmates rare?

Munroe graciously narrows down his subject field to only include people alive today who are roughly the same age bracket as each other, reducing the number of possible soul mates from a hundred billion to a much more manageable half a billion, in an attempt to simplify things a bit (because, hello, love is complicated enough as it is), But where does one begin in their search for their soul mate? It's all about love at first sight, according to Munroe's original definition (and every single rom-com you've ever watched). Soul mates identify each other the moment they lock eyes. Which, to be honest, isn't really useful. After all, how many individuals do you make eye contact with on a regular basis, as Munroe points out?

Only one out of every 10,000 people will find real love. One in every 10,000 years. When it comes to love, it appears like the chances are stacked against anyone.

The good news is that you may be better off without a soul partner in the first place. According to several studies, the concept of soul mates can really harm relationships. Couples were separated into two groups in a research published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology; one group was told phrases like “built for each other” and “we are one,” while the other was told phrases like “see how far we've come,” hinting that love is more of a journey than a destiny. The participants were then asked to write down two happy memories and two unfavorable memories, as well as score their overall satisfaction with their relationship. Couples in the “journey” group had more favorable reactions overall than those who were taught to think of love as finding one's soul mate.

And, when you think about it, it makes logic. People who believe they are the perfect fit for each other are more likely to be unhappy when portions of their relationship (inevitably) become faulty, according to New York Magazine's “Science of Us” blog this summer. When the first sign of friction threatens to suggest otherwise, people who believe they are “meant to be” may be in for a rude awakening.

So, what exactly do all of these figures mean? Is it true that we're all romantically destined from the beginning? Is it really worth it to attempt if finding our soul mate is not only unachievable but also dangerous? Isn't love a complete waste of time?!

I propose that we all unwind. Falling in love isn't a science; it's just something we have to deal with as humans, and it's typically a lot of fun, whether or not we've discovered The One.

Do soulmates end up together?

Soulmates can often go on once the lesson has been learned and the soul has been awakened. Sometimes soulmate relationships can last a lifetime, while other times they are too powerful and must be ended. Even if soulmates do not remain physically together indefinitely, their love endures.