The questions about the immediate recognition of soulmates are linked with some extra considerations. Sometimes this is the gender of the soul mate, sometimes people are worried about the second chance of recognition.
And they are even more worried about whether soulmates have to recognize each other immediately. Before analyzing questions in more details, let’s shed some light on the process of recognizing your soulmate and addressing the differences between recognition on the soul level and conscious recognition in everyday life.
Consciously recognizing your soulmate
The conscious recognition of the Soul Partner in everyday life is the moment when a person says "This is my Soul Partner". These moments are quite common. Unfortunately, they are often followed by doubt, disappointment, suffering and pain.
In everyday life, the mind is the big boss, at least he likes to stylize itself in that way.
The longing for love is so great that the quick mind cannot muster the patience required. But let’s explain the mind further: When it realizes how short life is, comparing it to the many lives of the soul, it is not easy for the mind to deal with this mismatch.
Mistakes in relation to the gender of a person
The sex of the person to which the soul belongs runs like a thick red thread through the questions referring to soulmates. It would be mostly male partners who do not recognize the other partner, displace the soul partnerships, laugh, do not take it serious, which could hurt other people. Unfortunately, it is often attempted to make these circumstances a standard feature of male soulmates.
In everyday life, the gender-specific roles of partners, which are deeply rooted in the human being, determine their behavior. Too many men grow up believing that crying is unmanly, men have to be tough, emotions are for females, etc.
Is it surprising that they initially develop societal fears when their consciousness is confronted with a seemingly unmanly phenomenon, such as soul partnership?
It is a dangerous mistake for male soulmates to be given certain roles in which they let their female soulmate suffer. That's where the mind speaks, this is where painful imprints speak when men are proclaimed that they are the ones causing suffering and pain in soul partnerships.
Just as dangerous is the often-occurring opinion that suffering is part of the life of female soulmate.
Recognizing the soulmate - agreements of the souls
If two souls have become soulmates, they no longer have to recognize each other on the soul plane; they stay soulmates forever. They know each other regardless of where they are - incarnate, incarnated together or even in the in-between life.
When the souls agree to a common incarnation, they also agree on earthly circumstances under which they will realise their union: At a young age or more mature? As a lover or in another constellation? These agreements are based on the main purpose of souls: what do we want to learn from or through each other? Then the circumstances are chosen, and as souls decide, it is only understandable between them, and not really to the mind.
Maybe a soul wants to learn to recognize its soulmate under difficult conditions. To learn to be patient, not to press the other one, etc. The soul knows what it wants to learn in the next incarnation. This can also be the learning of the permission to happiness, joy, t enjoyment of the Eros, thus sexuality.
When we speak of the recognition of the soulmates, these two worlds must be considered: In the soul-world the souls already know each other. Only the conscious part of human psyche has to recognize his soulmate, if that belongs to the soul plan.
Question: Is there a second chance if the soulmates or one of them did not recognize each other at the first meeting?
This is not just the second chance. The third, the fourth, and the hundredth will also arise when a soul or a person is very resistant to recognition, i.e. refuses to recognise the other.
Soul partnership does not break if a soulmate has not immediately or consciously recognized the other. An indispensable characteristic of a true soul partnership is agape, the highest form of love hat does not demand and does not bind. This love knows no impatience, no punishment, no pressure. This love does not count the missed opportunities, this type of love knows that they belong to the learning of true and unconditional love.
Therefore, there is always the next chance to consciously get to know your soulmate.
Question: Why does not my soulmate recognize me if I recognized him/her immediately?
Let's assume that these are true soulmates, not the games of the mind with its wishful thinking. Some reasons for this may lie in the above-mentioned different social influences and imposed social roles. Men who have learned that being hard, logical, and not showing motions, etc. are male characteristics tend to initially defend themselves, because a soul partnership brings their world view to collapse.
Regardless of gender, faith can play a role. A soul partnership requires incarnations. But there are religious systems and institutions that put the belief in incarnation under threat of punishment: an eternal burning in hellfire, eternal damnation and similar theological contradictions.
Such fears have shaped the history of many people for many centuries. We do not know how many times we have incarnated in this atmosphere of fear, we do not know how it works today and its consequences? Can it be that one soulmate does not immediately recognize the other because he/she still carries those old fears?
The initially one-sided recognition can also belong to the chosen learning plan of the souls. If a soul wants to learn patience and understanding, does it want to accompany an unconscious soulmate without devaluing him?
Question: Most of the time, the female soulmate recognizes soulmates and soul partnership immediately, not the male ones. Why?
The answer to these and many similar questions can already be found in the section above which addresses mistakes. It is usually the prevailing gender roles that require different access to a soul partnership.
And if karmic reasons are involved, it must be remembered that gender education is not an invention of our time, not of our parents or grandparents. It is much older.
It is love when a soulmate observes this and helps his soulmate in the process of recognition if he/she cannot immediately recognize or accept the soul partnership.
Question: Do soulmates have to recognize each other immediately if they are true soulmates?
No, they do not have to, sometimes they do not want that. Some souls had agreed to become acquainted with each other in more mature years.
There could have been other tasks on the plan of the souls. They were children, it was another soulmate who worked during younger years. It was the learning to let go, it was the understanding that there are several soulmates.
It is also the knowledge that the issues that these souls need to resolve can only be tackled in mature years.
Not so rare is the realization that one's own life partner is a soulmate, that he did not need to be sought after, but had to be recognized.
Recognizing soulmates today is easier
A new soul partnership can be established at any time. The soul partnerships in the old times often arose during periods of suffering, pain and even death, on the victim-perpetrator relation.
Today, we can tread many other paths of love if we keep our hearts open, if we not only seek the obvious love, but know the hidden love and thereby mindfully deal with the people with whom we cross our paths of life.