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The Law of Attraction: Soulmate Edition

Gerry Ellen

The law of attraction is some kind of magic, a force of nature unlike any other. In this way, how does nature conspire to find us our soulmate?


As often as this subject is talked about, read aloud, manifested, intended, and has been around our heart block for as long as we love, there is a never-ending story to the soulmate evolution. Maybe we can raise the bar a bit and call it a soulmate “revolution,” for it is with the pairing of two people that this universe so beautifully desires and cherishes.

How we attract another into our soul life purpose is perhaps the final mission of our trip around the sun. The question that might remain: is it still viable to welcome our other person into our lives with who we are and how far we have come?

The very definition of ‘soulmate’ is familiar—divine love, friendship, the biggest blessing, our diamond in the rough, the forever person to go and flow with, and a steady companion for the duration. To attract this other human into our lives means we must completely surrender; all past things, all the mess, all the ugliness, all the repetition, all the control, and welcome forgiveness on every level. Doing so will open every nuance of our new self and be ready to embrace when we are practically knocked unconscious by what our soul experienced. Only we aren’t unaware, we are right there.

Our emotions and vulnerability are as wide open and loving as the sun is bright.

We attracted each other at just the precise moment we dropped all of our inhibitions and masks. As true soulmates, we traveled far and long to be in this space of pure love, as raw and extreme as it is. The messages came in at a rapid fire pace for years on end and led us to this moment of attraction. If we were to conduct our daily actions based on total surrender to being our best selves through love and care, then the natural tendency is for another person to enter our realm and match that vibration. It is law.

A revolution takes place when the soul no longer wants to sit alone and wander. Instead, it rises up, spreads its wings and tentacles, absorbs the energy of whoever it resonates with, and then plans accordingly.

The soul is no dummy. The soul must never be taken for granted. We all embody this one person and this one energy based on our souls. Perhaps it took lifetimes for us to get here and become willing and less afraid and more ready. Only the powers that be can say for sure.

What we do know about soul energy and attracting our person is whatever emanates from our bodies becomes the force that comes back to us. Some might call it karma. Some might call it mirroring. Some might say it has to fester and be nurtured until it’s right.

It could be a culmination of all those things, yet a soulful revolution is here now. It is the precise way we are meant to share our hearts and energy with another, and there is no going back.

We cannot deny when that special someone enters our sphere. It is a love like no other. Goosebumps, eyeballs full of tears, glowing skin, grinning from ear to ear; these are the familiar traits upon that initial meeting. The earth feels as if it moved another thousand paces to whichever way it needed to go.

The soulmate connection is so genuine and blessed that every day from that moment forward revolves around the union. This is no game. This is the law of the universe, and it just so happens that those who are eager and open and willing will reap the rewards of the epitome of how we are to be with another. How amazing is this life?

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About the Author:

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Gerry Ellen is an author, creative storyteller, and wellness advocate. She enjoys sharing her experiences of life, love, and all things meaningful and healthy through words and images. She is a regular contributor to MeetMindful, Be You Media Group, Tattooed Buddha, and Rebelle Society. As a former featured columnist on elephant journal and Light Workers World, she considers her love of nature and the outdoors, heart-centered connections, friends and family, and traveling to explore and expand as the epicenter of her world. She is extremely driven with her service work through 8 Paws Wellness with her dog, Scout. Gerry Ellen has authored and published two books, Ripple Effects (March 2012) and A Big Piece of Driftwood (April 2014), which are both available on Amazon.com

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