Thursday, April 20, 2006

Virtual Blog Tour Finds Twin Soul!

Ever got up Christmas morning as a kid and you just wanted the day to last forever? That's how I felt when fielding questions from those who wanted to learn more about soul mates during my first stop on my virtual blog tour at Lisa Renee Jones' blog to promote my relationship e-class, "The Soul Mate Triangle - Unlocking the Mysteries of the Soul Mate Relationship" in May. I really appreciate what Lisa did for me. Thank you, Lisa!

The most amazing thing during the blog tour was when I "saw" someone's twin soul. I asked a lady named Deb if a blonde-haired boy that had some significance in her life meant anything to her. And, although she was married, she said yes, that he was her boyfriend since preschool and they have kept in touch through everything. She said she emailed what I had told her and she said that he was amazed and said he knew they had a connection and that when they pass on, it is her that he will look for in the next life. She also said that it was very interesting that her hubby said he knew that this man and she had a strong bond and was great about that.

What an understanding husband and, as a matter of fact, this is where ALL people should be. UNDERSTAND why certain people are in others' lives. Forget the jealousy and accept it because it's out of anyone's control. What's really neat about this is, once you come to understand this, all JEALOUSY in the world would be wiped out.

Wouldn't that be a wonderful world where trust ruled? Just because you are in a relationship and your significant other has a relationship with another (on a platonic basis, that is), let it be. It is for his self-growth and wouldn't you like to be with someone who was totally on his path toward higher self? It can only benefit you in the long run.

That's the problem with people. They are too possessive over their mates and this is not healthy. For a relationship to work, both partners must be able to have their own lives.

If my partner wants to go to the slots, for instance (which he does by himself and I have no problem with it), do I rant and rave that he's spending time away from me or do I go on and on about how much money he's spending?

NO...bcause this is HIS life. He is meant to do this and if I interfere, it will throw his karmic balance off and what will happen is, there will be friction within the relationship and he might not learn a thing or two along the way that he is supposed to learn.

And I have my own life, too. If I want to stay on the computer 24/7, does he say anthing?

NO...because he knows this is what I am meant to do with my life.

Let your mates learn. Give polite suggestions, but let them have their own lives, too.

If more couples would understand this, their relationships would last a lot longer than they are. But, if there's too much negativity within the relationship and nothing can be solved, it's time to move on.

Trust your intuition.

But, above all, learn to trust. Let your mates live their lives and do what makes them happy.


  1. My goofy ex thought that all my male friends and male cyber friends were affairs. Oy! Talk about paranoid!

  2. My boyfriend does that, too. He needs some good old fashioned soul mate mentoring, don't you think?

  3. This is a sensational post, Dorothy! Full of sound information, reliable advice and plenty of common sense. I can see I’m going to have to devote some time to reading your back-posts. :-)

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog earlier. Please come back anytime and be sure to say hello. I’ve posted a link to your blog and would be delighted if you’d like to reciprocate. Thanks! :-D


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