If you’ve been following my work for a while, you may know I’ll be getting married next month. This photo is of me and my fiancé, Sean, at his sister’s recent wedding.
While all of this wedding hullabaloo is fun, it’s also been one of the craziest things we’ve ever put together. Creating a retreat for 20 people or a teleseminar for 2,000 sounds WAY easier than attempting to get our closest family and friends together in one place, at one time.
Yesterday, I was speaking with a dear friend about whether she’d be able to make the ceremony. After going over the wedding details, she paused and, in her calm and thoughtful way, said, “You know, I’ve been telling people about you and Sean. I think you are among the few who have actually found their soulmate.” Coming from her, this was no airy-fairy remark; she’s an exquisite therapist and someone who is deeply connected, spiritually and socially.
My eyes welled up a bit, not only because of the spark of love in my heart, but at the hint of sadness in her voice. I’ve begun to notice a theme and it’s no wonder that relationships are in the top three categories that people seek help with (the other two are health and finances).
I’ve seen this same theme with my recent clients… they’re looking for love and they are all IN a relationship. These are men and women from around the globe that are all seeking a deep-hearted connection with their mate, and yet their words echo similar sentiments: “I’ve settled for someone who is a decent match, but not a great one.” Or, “I know there might be something better out there, but it’s easier to stay than leave.”
The love they’re looking for is fierce and fiery, intense, yet effortless. It’s soft and compassionate, and totally sexy. This is the kind of love between soulmates. Do you believe it is possible? More importantly, do you believe it is possible for YOU?
If your relationship–or the absence of a relationship in your life–isn’t working for you anymore, you have the power to do something about it. Let me remind you that there is more for you. Sean and I joke that being in a relationship is the best personal growth program out there. It’s a lot of work! And yet we are deeply committed to not only our own growth and expansion, but to that of our union. If this resembles your relationship, I celebrate it with you! If not, I want to make sure you’re getting the information that you need to make the choices (and potential life changes) to have the most authentic, connected, and awesome relationship possible.
I’d like to know…
★ What is your greatest frustration in finding and maintaining a truly great relationship?
Please comment below and let me know your thoughts. Also, if you have specific questions, let me have ‘em! I’ll answer as many of them as I can in upcoming blogs and emails.
Thanks so much for your help!
With gratitude, Mindie
P.S. Sean and I recently reduced the price of our program The SoulMatch Solution. In it, we describe how to find your SoulMatch and how to keep your relationship going strong. If you’re interested, check it out here: The SoulMatch Solution at a new, lower price.