The idea of stepping out on a blind date can send any of us into negative energy, panic mode—especially if you had few too many false starts. And, let’s be honest, nervous, sweaty or desperately hopeful aren’t really first impressions that are likely to result in a second date, or even a call explaining why not! Wanting to be found attractive, likeable, lovable is pressure enough but throw in the heart’s cry for finding your soulmate.
1. Dating is a State of Mind
First, understand there is no need for suffering while dating, no matter how bad experience you have. Your attitude can be your safety net if you can find the head space to be open to new experiences. You want to meet the right person, great and gorgeous, like now.
Finding your soul mate is not a one try event, still, it does happen. Understand, you are joining the dating site for fun experiences, interesting lessons and a crazy adventure along the way. Pack lightly, however, for this is the minimalist trip of a lifetime—decide to enjoy it!
2. Finding Your Soulmate with Simplicity
Having got your conscious thought into the zone about the forthcoming experience, there’s now just one minimalist approach that will work for you: you’ve got to hit the dating streets with totally blinkered vision for the only thing that really matters to you—finding your soulmate.
Finding them is going to be a case of mistaken identity if you’re unclear about what’s love-affirmingly, all important to you. strip away any preconceptions, rip up your superficial wish list but most importantly, set fire to the pyre of everyone else’s ideals or expectations. Your heart’s desire is on the line here…have the courage to give it a clear path.
3. Practice Being Lovable without Distortion
Now unfairly, even with your heart’s desire clear in your mind, Dating Mistake 101 is still hideously easy to make and damn hard to avoid, even when you know what it is. It seems obvious that selling the best version of yourself is paramount to successfully find your soulmate and yet it’s all too easy to oversell.
To start a relationship with any future, it’s got to be based on genuine, mutual attraction, desire and respect. Starting up who you really are will only reel in someone captivated by the distorted image you’ve put out and that’s definitely not your soulmate. It’s time to learn self-acceptance. Admittedly this does mean breaking through the comprehensive programming we’re relentlessly exposed to, but de-cluttering your consciousness is key to finding your soulmate. Only authenticity wins.
4. Approach Finding Your Soulmate with Intuition
While dating is immediate and conscious, connecting with your soulmate occurs on another level. Those of us who have found the other half of our whole are hopelessly inarticulate as to other than to say it was something we can’t quite put our fingers on.
Finding your soulmate is reliant on something way more powerful than your conscious thought can define, predict or even affect—I truly believe this. Soulmates experience chemistry at a molecular level that defies explanation. Your intuition is and you’re going to have to let it steer all the way.
5. Reach Relationship Enlightenment
Step out into dating prepared for an adventure, with a single aim, as the real you, giving your intuition its head and you will reach relationship enlightenment. Now that’s a recipe for finding your soulmate.