Relationships are important. We all know that. But what many people don’t realize is just how important they are – especially when it comes to our personal growth and development.
While it’s common to associate “relationships” with our significant other, there are many types that make up our lives.
Our family, friends, and co-workers are all important in different ways, and we need to keep these connections healthy to be our best selves.
The entourage and close friends you surround yourself with will significantly influence your personality.
These relationships can be positive, lifting you up and helping heal past traumas, or negative, creating new imbalances and toxicity.
But, in the end, it all depends on one thing: the relationship you have with yourself.
As you get to know yourself better, you will be able to accept and forgive your flaws, as well as those of others.
This will create a resonance that attracts similar people into your life.
Each of us attracts partners that mirror our inner self, but not all its qualities.
Knowing yourself deeply can help you attract a partner that resonates most closely with who you truly are.
Over the years, many practitioners have asked me:
- How do we attract our soulmates?
- How do I know if I am in a relationship with my soulmate?
- Can I find my twin flame?
Before addressing these questions, one must understand what a “soul mate” is and what a “twin flame” represents. Moreover, it’s crucial to know the difference between the two.
A twin flame relationship can look like the two opposing sides of a coin.
They will always be part of a whole and help each other grow spiritually and emotionally. Both are linked to divine energy and can overcome their insecurities.
Even if we mirror our partner’s flaws and qualities in every relationship, the twin flame contact makes things more apparent.
This leads to one specific downside.
The two are linked in such a manner that there’s a danger of toxicity between them.
Therefore, both must align their intentions and spiritual progress to overcome this hurdle. Once they do, the twin flame relationship becomes mainly immune to external influences.
NOTE: a twin flame relationship is usually based on a romantic connection rather than a friend or family member.
The bond between two people in a soulmate relationship is like two trees positioned close to each other, with their roots intertwined and sharing precious resources.
Each may experience spiritual growth in their own individual rhythm. Still, both will share a deep emotional connection.
Soulmates take time to bond and will go through many “ups” and downs” to form that bond. While they need time to solve their insecurities, a soulmate relationship has little to no chance of becoming or remaining toxic.
While many people find their soulmates, these are not always romantic relationships. Sometimes, your soulmate can be a close relative or a good friend. Moreover, you may encounter more than one in your life.