He’s Your Soulmate But Not Sure He Loves You?
Have you been putting your heart, body, and soul into a relationship only to sometimes feel like all your love is just going one way? As far as you’re concerned this man is your soulmate, yet there is always an uneasy thought lingering in your mind. “Does he love me?”
If you can relate to this perhaps you’re ready for a major shift in consciousness about how you give and receive love. Honestly ask yourself, “Am I ready and willing to have the love I really want now?”
If you are ready to shift the way you view this relationship forever, then read on…
There are 4 areas you must take an honest look at:
1) The kind of love you really want to have and share in partnership now. Are you really ready for a love that you don’t ever have to question?
“To acquire love, fill yourself up with it until you become a magnet.” – Charles Haanel
It’s necessary to become as clear as possible about what soulmate love looks and feels like for you. How committed are you to each other? How do you treat each other day in and day out? How often do you see each other? Are you living together and/or married?
The clearer you are about this, the clearer it will be for your partner as well.
2) How much you love and truly value yourself. Are you ready to be with a man that every single day expresses how much he loves you by telling you and showing it with his actions?
In an ongoing relationship you are treated exactly the way you allow him to treat you. Otherwise you would have left long ago, right? Put another way, you are treated the way that you believe you should be treated. If you are seeking love from someone else first before fully living from a place of self-love and value, then you can never fully feel loved. Your partner will reflect that “less than” love.
“You don’t attract what you want. You attract what you are.” Dr. Wayne Dyer
Love is an action and a feeling that must be practiced and, in some cases if this wasn’t modeled in our childhood, learned in order to recognize it when we experience it.
3) If you are willing to hold out for the love you really want, even if that means it’s with someone else. Are you okay with it being someone else other than this person?
“Sometimes things fall apart so that better things can fall together.” Marilyn Monroe
The next logical step is re-evaluating this relationship. If your love is not being returned, then are you willing to hold out for something that is more in alignment with your worth?
Not an easy decision but when you are clear on the qualities of the relationship you really want and know that you are loved and worthy of that – it becomes a lot easier to allow yourself to be available to that love because now you believe, know, it can really happen.
4) Trust in the divine timing and order of your life. Can you have the patience for love to come to you in the highest and best way?
“Patience is not sitting and waiting, it is foreseeing. It is looking at the thorn and seeing the rose, looking at the night and seeing the day. Lovers are patient and know that the moon needs time to become full.” Rumi
If this man doesn’t see your worth then allow the Universe to present you with someone that does.
Hold out for your soulmate. Be available for him. This takes a small yet mighty leap of faith but at this point it’s hopefully unthinkable for you to settle for someone that can’t express love to you.
Meditate, journal, or reflect on these 4 powerful questions. Re-visit them everyday, first thing in the morning and right before you sleep at night when your mind is most receptive. Perhaps more often if you find yourself ever having doubts.
Feel and witness the shift in consciousness taking place within you. It may happen quickly or it may take time, but never again will you be plagued by the ongoing question…
“Does he love me?”