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These 6 Incredible Things Will Happen When You Meet Your Soulmate

These 6 Incredible Things Will Happen When You Meet Your Soulmate

We write songs, books and movies about it; the special moment when someone meets their soulmate. A soulmate is someone who you have a deep, natural affinity with. They could be your partner, or they could be a close friend who always understands you. The relationship is based on love, compatibility, trust and spirituality.

When we meet our soulmates, we start behaving differently. Our perspectives can change; we even treat other people differently. Here are 6 things that happen when you meet your soulmate.

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1. You Start To See The World In A Different Way

When you meet your soulmate you will see the world in a more positive light. On a day-to-day-basis you will feel happier and more optimistic, which results in you being nicer to other people. You will become more forgiving and friendly towards the people in your life, as you want to share your positive world view with everyone around you.

2. You Smile When You Are Alone

When you meet your soulmate, you constantly experience giddy feelings of happiness – even if you’re not actually with them! You smile whenever you think about them, or whenever you receive a message or a call from them. Other people might look at you and wonder why you are smiling to yourself, but you are too happy to notice.

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3. You Get Better At Problem Solving

When you meet someone who completes you, you feel more confident and strong. This strength makes you better at problem-solving, so you can focus more energy on the things in your life that need fixing.

Your soulmate is there to help you make decisions; they become your financial advisor, roommate and parent to your children, which helps to relieve the burden of daily life. You work together to find solutions to problems, and their support means you always make the best possible decision.

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4. You Do Things That You Never Did Before

Your life changes in lots of different ways when you meet your soulmate. You want to know more about your soulmate’s hobbies and interests, so you are willing to try new things that you have never considered before. You might take a yoga class with your soulmate – or maybe you will spend 4 hours watching soccer, just because you want to bond with the person you love. This can open your mind up to new hobbies and activities, and you will love seeing the world through your soulmate’s eyes.

5. You Have Better Relationships With Your Beloved Ones

You truly value the relationship that you have with your soulmate; it is loving and supportive, and it encourages you to be the best you can be. After connecting with your soulmate, you start to value the other relationships in your life more. As you have bonded so well with your soulmate, you want to bond even more with your beloved ones.

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When you spend time with your beloved ones, you appreciate them more than before. For instance, you always take the time to ask about their day, and you make sure that they are feeling happy and well. You know how amazing a supportive relationship can be, so you want to offer the same support to the other people you love.

6. You Go Out Of Your Way For Your Soulmate

You love your soulmate very much, and you go out of your way to show that love. You buy their favorite snacks and drinks, and you love to cook for them. You are happy to pick them up from work, and you like running errands with them. Although this might seem like an inconvenience to others, to you it is a joy, as it makes you happy to see your soulmate happy.

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Last Updated on August 20, 2018

How to Keep a Conversation Going and Never Run Out of Things to Say

How to Keep a Conversation Going and Never Run Out of Things to Say

One of the BIGGEST problems you may face when trying to meet new friends is the awkward silence. Encountering this situation is so uncomfortable that it can even force you to avoid meeting new people in the first place, but there is a way to get around it.

In the past, I I struggled with this so much that I thought it could never be solved. I even thought it had to do with my DNA or something… but I proved myself wrong when I learned how to solve it.

Not knowing how to keep a conversation going can harm your social life, but if you know how to keep those words flowing, you can meet, talk to, and get to know pretty much anyone you like—creating great possibilities for friendship, fun and shared activities that you would otherwise have missed out on.

Why you run out of things to say

After studying this in depth, I found patterns of behavior that can keep you from making great conversation with people. One of these common behaviors is the habit of filtering—holding back from saying something until you’ve “checked” with yourself to make sure that what you’re about to say is cool, impressive, smart, and interesting.

What does that do to your conversation ability? It kills it!

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Another problem is not learning to get in the mood for conversation. If you spent a whole day working or studying analytical or logical subjects, and you don’t know how to switch from that, then it can take a lot of time to warm up and start interacting with people socially.

You can overcome this simply by learning a few new skills, such as the ones listed below. Once you do that, you’ll be able to talk to new people, and make friends, much more easily.

How to keep conversations going

Let’s get you started with a couple of basic,  yet solid techniques on how to be a great conversationalist:

Conversation technique #1 No Filtering

    This is the reflex that allows you to say whatever goes on in your mind. No filtering, no checking with yourself  “would I sound cool if I say this?”. None of that.

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    The best way to practice this is to start doing it with people you kind of know—do you dare to try it? It’s fun to realize that you’re allowed to say whatever is on your mind, and no-one is going to judge you for it.

    As long as you don’t say anything that could land you in jail, you’re okay! People don’t care too much about how “awesome” what you’re saying is, because they’re too focused on how THEY are coming across. Get it? If so, let’s move on…

    Conversation technique #2 “Interesting, tell me more!”

      This works 99% of the time. It’s a surefire technique, and it works especially well for beginners. People love to know that you’re interested in what they have to say, so if you show some interest, they’ll hang around and want to talk to you even more.

      All of the “oh! that’s interesting…”, “Hmm, I’ve never heard of that”, “Hmm, cool!”expressions are reactionary bits of conversation that prove to the other person that you’re really listening, and that’s very flattering to them.

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      Conversation technique #3 Stories from everywhere

        Everyone knows that stories juice-up conversations, but most people only talk about stories their own lives. You don’t have to draw from your own experience when speaking with someone: you can use stories from anywhere, from stories that happened to people you know, to those you came across via the radio,TV, magazines, etc.

        How can you integrate the stories into your conversation? The key is to first realize that you can use them. You’ve already heard them, and the more interesting or weird they are, the harder they are to forget, so you’re all good.

        Your brain doesn’t lose them. When someone mentions something related to any of them, just tell the story, even if it’s not from your life. It can be any silly story, short or long, interesting, or totally awkward—just use it!

        People love talking to people who can just share stuff openly like that. These techniques should get you started, but if you want to take it to an advanced level—to the point where you can just have fun when talking to anyone, meet the right people you want in your life, and be able to make friends with them fast—then I recommend that you take a little time to learn more about how conversations work.

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        If you do that, you’ll make conversations far more interesting, with natural ease, avoiding all awkward silences that might prevent you from meeting the right friends that you would love to have around.

        The bottom line

        Now that you know the tricks to keep a conversation going, the next thing you should do it apply one of these tricks the next time you talk with someone.

        Don’t overwhelm yourself trying to use all these tricks at the same time, get used to one of these first. When you can master one of the tricks, you’ll feel more confident to apply the other techniques in your upcoming conversations too!

        [Update: If you’re looking for tips on how to start a conversation try the FORM technique]

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