Often, the subject of soulmates comes up, especially when we talk about love. We define a soulmate to be THE right person for us, our other half with whom everything will be easy and struggle-free. You know, this person we will meet by coincidence, a gift from destiny itself…
Contrary to popular belief, soulmates do not refer to a perfect love connection, but to similar maturity. When I speak of maturity, I mean our spiritual maturity, in other words, our soul maturity, where the term “soulmates” comes from. This connection does not mean a link that brings the relationship into perfection, but a similar maturity level, which predisposes to a specific learning process.
We can have more than one soulmate, hundreds, even thousands. It’s possible to have soulmates of the same gender that will become close friends.
We have to see this world and our relationships as a school. This school groups its students by level of maturity. We can have contact with every student in the school, but those with whom we connect the most are our classmates … our soulmates.
Soulmates can change. Let’s take the class example again, if one classmate needs to repeat a year, a separation happens, he will then join the next class while his class moves on. This connection between the two parties broke by a rise of consciousness (or a lack of), from one side.
Yes, these perfect relationships exist. They are the right people with whom and because of whom we grow and are going forward, even if sometimes, it's through suffering and pain.