What’s Really in a Word? Soulmates

soulmates

“Partners allow you to discover what your power of attraction truly is.” ~Abraham Hicks

“Your soulmate will give you grief – if he’s really a good soulmate.” ~Abraham Hicks

It’s that annual time of the year when one of a few possibilities are more than likely happening for any individual. You are either coupled with whom you believe to be the soulmate love of your life and can’t wait to show them your love on Valentine’s Day; you are single and dread this “ridiculous” holiday that Hallmark tends to overdue and you might wish Cupid stop his cute arrow aiming and just eat the entire box of chocolate already; you’ve lost the person who you feel was your only soulmate through a tragic breakup or passing; or you are in a relationship with someone you actually don’t even consider to be your “soulmate.”

Soulmates are probably one of the most misunderstood concepts when it comes to understanding what they actually are. It may come as a big surprise, but soulmates are not just the “love of our life” in the romance/marriage department. How many times have you heard someone seeking for true love exclaim, “When am I going to meet my soulmate?”

Here is the straight truth of the matter, even if you still have never found “the one,” or you think you have lost them completely- you are always near a plenty of soulmates in your life all the time. Soulmates come in all shapes and sizes in our lives. Did you know your soul mate can be your boss, your sister, your father, your aunt, your grandparent, your best friend, your client or even a pet?

Soulmates are those people (and animals as well), who we always encounter in those timely ways as we “coincidentally” align once again with through the synchronicity of life. These are the special people that within 5 minutes of encountering them for the first time (within this physical life), you just “know” and are completely comfortable with without hesitation. You somehow gel right away, and sense this yearning to get to know one another better, as you more than likely feel like you’ve known one another for years.

What else can we learn about this grossly misunderstood term of “soulmates” from the ancient practices of numerology and the innate wisdom of lexigrams when we ponder what’s really in a word?

Chaldean Numerology: The Name Expression of Soulmates
No matter what name, title or word we are looking at, numerological energy is always able to assist us through calculating the combined values of the letters that compose it. Name expressions in their mathematical wisdom, always provide the keys to know what points of attraction of our names, titles and words contain. Herein lies priceless guidance, of appropriate choices our conscious actions can take, as we focus and deliberately create our lives.

Chaldean Karmic Mysteries: Ancient Meaning for our Modern Day
The Chaldean practice of numerology utilizes the profound understanding of karmic mysteries with compound numbers. One should not be surprised ‘soulmates’ carries the Chaldean’s understanding of the 36’s The Sceptre which is one of the compound numbers they considered to associate with  extreme fortune and karmic rewards. Within the 36 Chaldean Karmic Mystery, we find accurate concepts to consider when we are talking about soulmates.

“This is an excellent, harmonious and fortunate number of courage and power, with a touch of enchantment. It blesses the person or entity it represents with a promise of authority and command. It guarantees that great rewards will come from the productive labors, the intellect, and the imagination. All of these creative faculties have sown good seeds, which are to reap a rich harvest. People or entities represented by the 36 should always carry out their own original plans and ideas, and not be intimidated or influenced by the diverse opinions or opposition of others. 36 is a number of karmic reward, earned in more than one previous incarnation.” ~Linda Goodman’s Star Signs

How many times have we all discovered within the initial excitement of knowing one of our soulmates are around- that we feel ever so enchanted and stimulated within our imagination? Here is where the advice of the 36’s The Sceptre is a wonderful reminder of what it means to know we are receiving our karmic rewards. Encountering our soulmates again typically allows us to feel incredibly fortunate. There is a power ignited within us more often than not by our soulmates, and one that is not shy about the courageous presence it brings along with it.

The Roots of Chaldean Numerology: Planetary Guidance
The Chaldean practice of numerology also, like astrology, attaches a planet to each of the singular numbers that specifies the channel of energy coming through it. Adding 3 + 6 together, we find the 9, whose singular energy is ruled by Mars- governing over our courage, conclusions, motivation, aggression, conflict, desires and our abilities to become the warrior within our lives.

As we already know, anytime we are engaged with soulmates, depending upon the nature of the individual relationship, our courage may be tested for its’ strength. Equally, as Abraham Hicks deeply understands as well, if one’s soul mate is not giving us grief, they aren’t a good soul mate at all. 9 energy favors facing our conflicts and coming to conclusions from what was left unresolved from the last go around the karmic block. Soulmates often test us to become more aware of our warrior presence- and more often than not our ties with family ones, may most often bring our greatest tests for us to overcome and learn from.

Lexigrams and SOULMATES: Let’s Spell Out The Truth
The mysteries of Lexigrams support further meaning within SOULMATES. By taking the anagrams we can derive from words, and spiral them into poetic phrases, the Lexigram process brings in one more piece of the puzzle to place into our mastery of life about what’s really hiding within any of them in truth. How can we also reap the rewards from SOULMATES? The reality we can assimilate into our human experiences, is as always, ready to be spelled out from the very letters that compose it.

SOULMATES

SOME MUST TAME US, ‘OLE SOULS

SOME ME ‘OLE LOTUS ASSET TEAMS

SOME… LOTS TEST US AT LEAST AT A LOSS

SOME AMUSE ME, AMUSES US AS ‘OLE TALES SET US TO LAST

SOME LASSO US TO A STALE TOUSLE TALE

SOME MUST ASSUME TO LOSE AT LAST

SOME STEAL AS SOME SLAM US, TOSS US OUT AT A LOSS

LET US ALSO SALUTE TO SOULS AS MUSES, AS AMULETS

To the Souls Who Believe, Happy Valentine’s Day Dear Stars!
Remember to always LOVE to EVOLVE with your Soulmates all 365 days of the year.
Namaste.
You already hold the keys to your success.
Your Name & Birthday, simply unlock the door.

 

 

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