Aleeza Ben Shalom is the Marriage Minded Mentor you can count on when you want clarity in dating for marriage.She is the author of Get Real Get Married, your guide to getting over your hurdles and under the chuppah!The idea that there's one magical person for you who you'll fall in love with instantly and never disagree with is just not realistic.What does exist -- at least for many people -- is a person who you know instinctively, who you connect with on the deepest level and who allows you to grow as a person within the relationship."There really is no guessing or wondering when the real thing comes along," wedding officiant and author Rev. "There is usually a telltale sign that lets you know when true love has arrived -– a voice in your head, a sense of recognition or a gut feeling that this is someone special to you." ..the electricity that you feel doesn't just happen on a sexual level."Holding the hand of your soulmate throws your spirit into a whirlwind, even many years into the relationship," Harra said.
Mention the word "soulmate" to a group of people and you're bound to get a few eye rolls."Many people say it's easier to relax into that person and allow themselves to be vulnerable." "It is the one who opens up to you –- who lets you in, so you can see them," Johnson added."This is the kind of person who takes risks and shares about their inner world, their emotions and their needs." The soulmate relationship, despite what people might assume, isn't always smooth sailing."They stay close when you confide, give you their full attention and move in to answer to your needs, touching your hand when you are a little unsure, beaming and hugging you when you are glad, and tenderly comforting you when you are in pain," she added.The old adage "When you know, you know" rings true when it comes to a soulmate connection.
Soulmates connect with ease right off the bat and let their true colors show without fear of judgment.