The key tip in finding your soul mate is to first try finding out who YOU are because before you can truly connect with someone else, you must delve into the inner meaning of your own psyche.
Ask self-testing target questions about yourself, ones that can give some substantial clues to let you know exactly how you tick. One of the major pieces of advice that I would give you in your search is that there is NOT just one soul mate out there for you. We were blessed from birth in the fact that there are multiple soul mates that reside in all aspects of life and we just have to be aware that they are there (in all types of wonderfully different packages).
Probing Questions to Ask Yourself:
What is Love and will you ever find it? You cannot identify love, if you do not fully grasp hold to what your view of it really is.
If you find love, can you keep it? The answer here is important because it should lead you to understand if you are a pessimist or optimist and if you are willing to change and flow “with” the flow. If you have a negative attitude towards a long-term relationship, then you may just slip into the issue of unwittingly poisoning it.
Is there such a thing as true unconditional love? What does the term “unconditional” mean to you and your life? If you meet that special someone, are you willing to love him or her back unconditionally? Long-term relationships can sometimes be like walking through a minefield and compromise may be required in order to sustain it.
Describe what your perfect soul mate might look like; allow yourself at least 2 different physical descriptions. After you finish your list of desirable traits, assess why you picked them. Is that truly what you desire from a possible soul mate and do you think that you possess those same qualities for the other person? If you lack those same qualities that you yourself desire, how would that affect your thoughts about the others person’s thoughts turned towards you. For example, would it make you feel insecure if you desired a “Steve Sterling type, if you were a “Plain Jane”, if so, you may want to re-tool your answers.
If you met your soul mate today, what would you say to them? Would you let them walk away without addressing who you thought they were? Why would you or would you not say something?
Are you being realistic or are you chasing a romantic dream?
If your soul mate does not initially match up to your idea of who or what they should be…how would you proceed? Are you willing to wait for change? If your significant other holds an opinion that is against your core beliefs…. How do you handle your possible soul mates difference of opinion? If you choose to deal with the difference, do you feel as if you are losing something or giving in and would that decision affect your respect level for that person?