Very soon I will be taking a train ride to a community and relationship skill building summer camp retreat for adults. I was feeling excited for the opportunity to meet new people, but this wasn’t always my attitude about traveling. Years ago I used to see traveling as an opportunity to nap, play video games, and tune out strangers. This time I was excited for all the prospective soulmates I might meet on my travels. I figured there are so many people out there who are unaware of this exciting opportunity so I decided to write this post to share with you my little secret.
Traveling is a great way to meet people!
I know some of you out there like to keep to yourself, nap, put in your ear phones, and hurry to your destination while you’re on the plane, train, ship, car, or other type of vehicle. What if you saw traveling as a great way to meet soulmates, how would that change your journey?
When people think of soulmate, they usually think of their one true love, but we could have all types of soulmates. These are people with whom we connect with on a deep soul level. They are here to have a symbiotic reciprocal relationship with us to help us upon the journey of this life’s adventure at every turn, for what is in our highest and best good. You could have all types of soulmates. Besides the next sweet hot date that you fall totally in love with and have the most wonderful relationship, perhaps you’re looking for that perfect realtor, teacher, lawyer, student, client, stylist, supervisor, coach, friend, etc.
Here are 3 ways to increase your odds of meeting a soulmate while traveling.~
1.) Be open to interacting with others as if it is going to be very pleasing for you. Talk to the person you’re sitting next to. If they’re not your soulmate they might know someone who is, and they’ll bring it up in conversation.
2.) Use your eyes. You can most easily recognize other souls you resonate with through their eyes. Make a point to look around. Look at people, without overdoing it of course. If you happen to catch someone’s eye, just smile.
3.) Put out your feelers and be open to using your senses. Be open to gut feelings, intuitive messages, and instinctive urges. If you usually sit at the back but today you board the vessel and you have an inner calling to sit at the front, go for it! Don’t just ignore it because you always sit at the back and that’s just what you’re going to do out of habit.
Try this the next time you travel. Perhaps you’ll get to know someone special you wouldn’t otherwise if you had not been aware of this amazing opportunity.