Often when people look for a life partner they search for someone whom they can rely on, they can share their sentiments, who can understand their life or you can say a perfect life partner. But at the moment you search for that someone else doesn't forget yourself just in the belief to become an ideal version of what you believe your future partner will want. In fact finding your soul mate requires a different, far more soul-enriching approach. Here are three steps that may work for you:
1.Stop trying to appeal to an imagined partner
Know the person you are. The things you like or dislike, the principles that you have build for you. The effect of leading the life according to you is that life becomes so attractive. You become more real, substantial, authentic, passionate, happy, and present. This makes you more beautiful in a natural way without any effort.
Whereas when you try to make yourself attractive in order to impress someone, you change the way you behave and gradually you try to fib. So just be yourself, whether that means you dress in corporate attire or resort wear, or casual clothing or formal, or if your preference changes at different times.
Why should you need to be in a particular weight or have to build up your biceps or wear uncomfortable shoes if you don’t like them? Go to the gym only if you love it, do yoga if you love it, walk or surf or cycle if you enjoy those activities not to impress anyone rather be happy what you are.
So tap into what feels right for you, do the activities you enjoy, wear the clothes that suit you more important in which you feel comfortable.
You will be far more attractive to your soul mate if you look like yourself when you meet them.
2.When you meet someone, don’t hurry; allow the relationship to unfold.
When you are interested in a relationship by a person or by dating site and you want that person to be impressed by you don’t opt to create an image to hide in some way. That will never work for a long relationship? Today or tomorrow truth will reveal. A successful relationship is not a game to play.
"People pleasing hide the real you"
When you meet someone you have a good connection with, be truthful and honest. Allow that connection to develop and grow. If the person is a soul mate, he or she will also be into you, no need to play games or to try particular seduction techniques. If you both pay genuine attention to each other then much is possible.
Each relationship is unique, just as each person is unique, so how the bond of your relationship unfolds will be unique too. You can’t plan for it to go a particular way of your own. There is no prediction you can assume, no one action you can take, and that will lead to a particular result.
3.If you are attracted to particular qualities in someone else, don’t force your partner to be like:
When you are attracted to other people because of what they have owned, and then compare those in your partner, your relationships transforms to a negative way.
For example, Mr. Bose is riding such a glamorous car why don’t we buy one? He dresses so nicely, just look at his personality! What a beautiful house, but our house is so small. Do you think these qualities will develop your relationship? Let’s don’t think about that, think about you. What impression your partner will have on you. Rather develop those qualities in yourself. Work hard for it. Take Mr. Bose as an inspiration rather than a competitor.
Soon you can realize we all have hidden or disowned parts of ourselves that at some point we need to unearth. A man might become a “responsible father” in relation to his partner’s inner “pleasing daughter,” and a nurturing woman might become a “nurturing mother” to her partner’s inner “needy son.”
If you are in a relationship already and you begin this process, you start to become more yourselves with each other and your relationship will become richer.And if you are not, then register today on the online dating sites and choose that special someone from million options.