We all have deep karma with many people in this lifetime.
We might call these karmic crossings, or say we have karma with a person, or in cases of love, we might say someone is our soul mate or even our twin flame.
The thing to know is this: just because you have karma with someone, does not need you are meant to spend your whole life together.
Karma means soul lessons learned over time.
Karma doesn't mean put a ring on it—or whatever phrase you might use to talk about commitment.
Instead, we are here to work with each other, until we complete our karma—our soul lessons—together. That means:
• When we complete our soul lessons, it's normal for the relationship to end.
• If we are so dysfunctional we can't work on our soul lessons, it's normal for the relationship to end—we'll pick up those soul lessons in the next lifetime.
• When we can cooperate with someone, we can work on our karmic lessons for many years, even a lifetime.
If you are looking at someone as a possible soul mate, look past the ideas of how similar you are, or how you're "twin flames". Look instead at your ability to work with this person, on the karmic lessons you're learning.
To work with someone at the deepest level requires consideration, coorperation, vulnerability, safety, transparency and respect. Those are the characteristics to look for, when you seek your soul mate.
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