Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Touching on the Karmic Soul Mate Subject

Surprise, surprise, we got no trick-or-treaters last night. Guess the lights out did the trick. In the soft glare of the only light I had on - the computer - I managed to get a little more done in the soul mate book.

As of this morning, here's my progress:

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23 / 80
(28.7%)
A long ways to go but being as I've only been working on it for a few days now, that's not too bad.

I'm working on the karmic soul mate section, explaining what it is by giving examples. One is a young woman who used to live with us and another is a friend from high school.

We touch on each others lives everyday and if you give it some thought, you probably can come up with a few karmic soul mates in your own life.

Have you ever had anyone come into you life on a platonic level that touched you so deeply, you'll never forget them?

These are your karmic soul mates and can be anywhere from close friends, family, co-workers, even pets!

4 comments:

  1. I've had a lot of platonic relationships that affected me profoundly. At this particular point in my life, however, I really don't have that close friend most people have. Maybe it's because ties have been or are being severed as my move nears. Perhaps life just takes us in different directions.

    We'll always be in touch. Things just change sometimes.

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  2. I think you're right,FTS. We all go on with our lives, but it's those few people in our pasts that have made a profound difference in our lives. All we have to do is sit down and realize it. I never thought about this until I started exploring the world of soul mates. I just thought, well, they're friends. And that was that. Now, I realize that they were important stepping stones in my life and because of them, I'm grateful.

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  3. I have had several people like that in my life. I guess I never thought of them that way though. Usually I only thought of soulmate in a romantic way.

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  4. A lot of people think that. That's why I'm writing this book...to show people how important ALL of our soul mates are in our lives. I really think it will make you reeavaluate your relationships with people. It's like an algebra problem. Take this person, add the value they bring into your life, mulitiply it by love, and divide by unconditional love and what have you got? Someone who has come into your life for a reason. Not coincidental. Life is funny, isn't it.

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