Soul Mates

Soul Mates Souls that have affinity for one another, regardless of their position within the emergence of souls, are said to be soul mates. You can have any number of soul mates. This term has been used interchangeably with twin flames and soul family members, to the point where it is a source of much confusion. We are using a very general definition, which is as follows: Soul mates are any two or more individual souls who feel an affinity for one another, or feel connected on a soul level. Although they are usually portrayed as romantic partners, family members, friends and even business associates can be soul mates.

Perhaps the British word “mate” is more appropriate here than the idea of a monogamous, committed or married couple. Think of “soul friends.” Every human being on Earth has many soul mates. These are those people, in addition to twin flames and soul family members, that you are naturally drawn to and want to spend time with.

There are a little more than seven billion souls on Earth at the present time. It stands to reason that you could have thousands of people that you feel an affinity with. Some of you have similar astrological configurations, some met in past lifetimes, and some just have similar interests. The reasons behind the affinities are endless. We suggest you not spend too much time trying to figure out the reason for your attraction to one another, but simply enjoy the energy between you.

Soul mates can involve karmic relationships, complementary pairs, or kindred souls (people with a lot of similarities but not necessarily part of the same soul family). Souls with an affinity may come together in one lifetime when they are not particularly far along in their evolution, accrue a lot of karma, and then make an agreement to complete their karma in a future lifetime. Complementary souls may recognize the benefit of being together because they help complete each other, in a healthy way. This is not to be confused with the codependent idea of the “other half.” This old idea of how to find fulfillment in a relationship is based on the ego's belief in being incomplete and needing someone outside of yourself to fulfill you.

True complements naturally assist each other in completing their soul missions on Earth, without the emotional attachment and possessiveness of codependent couples. Recognizing that you are part of a complementary pair can be helpful as long as you do not become overly attached to one another.

Kindred souls may come together for specific reasons. You find them often in business partnerships and casual friendships. They might join forces specifically to work on humanitarian projects or other causes designed to help enlighten the planet. They work well together because of their affinity on a soul level and because they do not usually have a lot of the unresolved karmic issues that often affect those with a deeper soul connection.

In other words, because they are not as deeply connected as most members of soul families, it is easier for them to focus on their co-creative endeavors.

Excerpt from the book "Soul Integration"

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