The concept of finding a soul mate is riddled with logical errors, however, the biggest of which is the idea that our personalities are fixed and unchanging over the course of life (a close second would be the statistical improbability that teenagers in towns with tiny populations across America seem to keep meeting their soul mates in their very own high schools).In other words, the soul mate idea implies that we are the way we are (with a number of fixed attributes and personality factors) and that there is one other person who is a perfect match for us due to their collection of complementary attributes and personal qualities.
All the experiences you are going through right now is working out perfectly so that you can meet your soulmate. Know that and know the same thing is happening for him too. Divine timing and meeting your soulmate always makes a perfect story for the family and the kiddos down the road! You Can’t Just Be Sitting And Watching The Bachelor ALL DAY!!! You are probably not watching The Bachelor ALL day… how often are you just watching The Bachelor or indulging in some other guilty pleasure shows (#Gilmore Girls), scrolling through Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat dwelling in other people’s lives. If the answer isn’t clear to you- don’t stop and analyze it for hours and hours, keep it moving until you ‘know’ or have a thought to take an inspired action. Wouldn’t it be nice if today was the day I met my soulmate?The goal in finding one's soul mate is to identify this person, and the assumption is that once this person has been correctly identified, it will be smooth sailing because the two halves have become reunited.In this way, the soul mate script is fundamentally a happily-ever-after script.To my mind, the idea of finding one's "soul mate" has about as much basis in truth as the idea that each of us has a doppelganger (an "evil twin") and that if we somehow chance to meet up, a bloody duel will surely ensue because one of us must die.The idea of a soul mate comes from the ancient tale of Aristophanes, a comic playwright and contemporary of Plato.He told a story of some two-headed hermaphroditic giants who were cleaved apart by a jealous Zeus, fated thereafter to forever seek their other halves.