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Questioner: I have heard some people say that when they first met, they knew they were soul mates, but after a time of being together the relationship began having its challenges. Can you say something about that?
Co-Existing in a Busy World
Alana: We co-exist in a world where vast types of energies are spinning about. It is not easy to always flow effortlessly through life with or without clear intention and direction.
Sometimes we come together with another influence that is outside of the relationship and the relating can really impact us in many confusing ways.
Can you begin to understand why it is so important in any relationship — whether it is a soul mate relationship — or two individuals learning how to be soul mates, that communication is always present?
When two individual vibrations come together to experience life, communication is the most significant tool for guiding the relationship so it may achieve great fulfillment for both individuals.
Communication as a Life Tool
Communication helps us reveal what is important while allowing us to simultaneously release that which gets build up or gets stuck in our thoughts and memories. Communication allows us to reveal the way we think and feel, what our needs are, how we interpret, and how we see the world. It also allows us to release energy that gets locked up in our bodies.
So, communication is a grand tool. It assists us in creating clarity. It allows each individual to understand more about the other individual.
As we learn about each other through communication, we grow individually and together. When communication is embraced, it is a delightful tool that deepens our connection as we also learn to listen with respect. Through our communication skills, we build deeper bonds of connection and find ways to grow together even though we may at times see things differently.
Therefore, every relationship should make a point to include quality communication in daily life. This is what will support the relationship’s wellness.
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