How to Turn Your Mate Into Your Soulmate

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My podcast guest, Arielle Ford, spoke about how to turn your mate into your soulmate. She is a leading personality in the personal growth and contemporary spirituality movement. For the past 30 years she has been living, teaching, and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. She’s a celebrated love and relationship expert, author, speaker, and is the co-creator and host of Evolving Wisdom’s Art of Love series. Her mission is to help women Find Love, Keep Love and Be Love.

Listen to EP 385: Arielle Ford on How to Turn Your Mate into Your Soulmate

How to Turn Your Mate Into Your Soulmate

How do you define ‘soulmate’?

I believe it’s someone you can be yourself with, with whom you share unconditional love, and when you look into their eyes, you feel like you’re home. The good news is, you already have many soulmates (friends, family members, pets). One way to bring in your romantic soulmate is to focus on the love you already have.

Dating is for emotionally mature people. You have to manage your thoughts, beliefs, behavior.

You talk about the importance of feathering the nest. What is that, and why is it so important in attracting your soulmate?

As you’re getting your mind, body and soul ready for love, get your home ready for love, too. It sends a strong message to the universe that you’re making space for a man. Empty a drawer, clear half a shelf in your medicine cabinet, move over in your bed to make space for him to come in.

How do you suggest women create their must-have lists?

List what’s important to you. For example:

Money: what’s most important is someone who’s financially responsible. Money comes and goes, but financial responsibility is a value.

Family values: If you want to have kids or want him to share yours, list your family values.

The most important things in a relationship are: Chemistry, connection, compatibility, communication, and a shared vision for the future.

Can you explain what wearing rose-colored glasses means?

You put on rose-colored glasses to see things in a positive way. There’s a scientific study about couples who choose to see the good in each other instead of looking for what’s wrong. Women tend to be heat-seeking missiles in terms of looking for what’s wrong.

Even soulmates annoy the shit out of each other! Learning to live with each other is a whole different skillset than meeting and dating.

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