Soulmates — Do They Really Exist?

Soulmates — Do They Really Exist?

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Throughout centuries, storytellers and people from different backgrounds and cultures always refer to their fascination in one day meeting their soulmates.





Or is a soulmate a figment of our own imagination that can help keep our hopes for a perfect relationship alive?

Or is it an escape for not handling or not looking at ourselves in such a way that we keep delaying our responsibilities and things can be fixed when we meet that perfect relationship with those soulmates?

Everything is possible! It is up to you and me to decide the bottom line of this puzzle.

If we talk in a metaphysics tone, we say we are all coming from the same source, one Soul, branched out into different ventures or experiences to achieve. But in reality, we are all soulmates. Maybe that’s true, but I believe there is more to it than that!!




A soulmate is another Soul that shares the same exact similar way of understanding as the other Soul. In this lifetime, they decided to share their growth and understanding together. It does NOT mean soulmates have to be in a relationship to make it work. What do I mean by that?

A Soul integrates into life through a particular family, geography, religion, or situation for certain reasons. I do believe we choose our family, we choose our religion, and we choose where we want to be born for certain that the Soul itself will identify, and at the same time, you will be aware of it one day if you are well attuned with yourself. We will not dispute the reasons we go through because we will have unlimited reasons here.


Let’s start with your choice of a family you were born with. If you look deeper into your family, there is at least one person (and many times there are more) in your immediate or extended families that you connect with. That person can be your father, your sister, your niece, or your cousin. It really does not matter who that person is, but that person is your soulmate — you always enjoy being in their company, listening to them, and valuing what they say.

Those experiences with soulmates were already started at a young age. Then we grow up, and many of us have had one or two particular friends around us at school or in a new neighborhood. I bet everyone can relate to someone. And that goes on until we are adults and the dating game starts.

We need to understand one thing when it comes to relationships:  Do not rush into a relationship for a wrong reason. What I mean by that is don’t just look at the person for what they drive, who his family is, how rich they are, how cute they are, what their education is, or just to be in a certain crowd. All of that will never bring you to a soulmate. This never works because you are looking into the wrong substance.




All you have is the enjoyment of being in each other’s company. The only thing you know about your soulmate is whenever you are in need, they are always there for you, whatever deep your troubles are. Look around you through the years. Can you already identify with someone that fits that equation? I bet you do!

There are three levels of soulmates that I believe exist. I will look into that in my next articles.

Until then…

In light!

Joseph Ghabi


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