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I See Your Soul Mate: An Intuitive's Guide to Finding and Keeping Love

I See Your Soul Mate: An Intuitive's Guide to Finding and Keeping Love

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I See Your Soul Mate: An Intuitive's Guide to Finding and Keeping Love

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Sep 18, 2012
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This remarkable step-by-step guide to finding your soul mate brings a fresh perspective to love.

According to author Sue Frederick, an intuitive since childhood, we've all come here to accomplish a great mission. Honoring who we came here to be opens the door to allow our soul mate to stand beside us. In I See Your Soul Mate, Frederick teaches how to use intuitive recognition to guide you flawlessly to love through your own powerful reinvention. In this book, you'll find ways to:

- Discover why you are not attracting the right kind of person and how to remedy that
- Uncover psychic blocks that keep you from finding true love
- Identify the qualities, energy patterns, and careers that will put you in the path of "the one"
- Understand why your relationships never last longer than a few months
- Learn intuitive dating techniques
- Hone your intuition to make better choices for your love life in the future
- Immerse yourself in accomplishing your soul mission so that you're naturally attractive to the right person
- See your future soul mate by accessing powerful dream guidance
- Find true love!

Freigegeben:
Sep 18, 2012
ISBN:
9781250017246
Format:
Buch

Über den Autor

SUE FREDERICK is an intuitive who has been called the "Emeril of Enlightenment."  She's a frequent guest on radio shows and has presented workshops at venues such as The Crossings Retreat Center, New Hope, The Omega Institute, American Business Women's Association and the National Career Development Association. She’s a regular contributor to Astrology.com.  She lives in Colorado with her soul mate and their two kids.

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PREFACE

LOVE IS THE ENERGY we swim in, the fabric of our divine universe, and the essence of our DNA. Yet today you may find yourself feeling alone, unloved, or afraid—lost in the struggle of your life.

How did this happen to you? When did you lose your connection to love and grace? Why are you alone when you came here to share your life with a soul mate?

Perhaps you’ve forgotten how this all began—that you came here on purpose to play in liquid love, bathe in the soup of divine energy, and manifest your sacred work. You knew the moment you were born that you were a superhero on a journey to change the world—with unlimited gifts to help you get it done.

You’ve experienced pain and loneliness when you’ve forgotten that mission—like an explorer who gets lost in the jungle without a map. Yet the sacred map is still inside of you. I’ll teach you to access that map and find your way.

Let’s step back and take a good look at you. Put down the burdens you’re carrying. Take the heavy load off your back. Shake off the pain and disappointments that weigh you down. Cry if you need to. Just let it go …

True love IS waiting—but you have to reclaim YOU to find it.

Don’t worry; you are not facing an impossible task. I recognize where you’ve been and the challenges you’ve faced. I see pain in your eyes and hear the fear in your voice. I feel your loneliness—but I also see your amazing beauty, your limitless power, your astounding genius, and the great work you came to share with the world. It takes my breath away.

In this book, I’ll teach you to see this greatness in yourself and to embrace the person you came here to be. When you’re back on path, your soul mate will stand beside you, fulfilling the agreement you made long before this lifetime began.

Yes, I see your soul mate—standing just behind you—waiting in the wings for you to remember your mission.

Heartbreak and loneliness occur NOT because of what anyone else has done to you, not because you’re unattractive, and not because there aren’t enough single people your age. You’re not flawed, unlovable, or unlucky in love. A random tragedy did not ruin your life. No one unjustly stole your love away. There are no outside circumstances keeping you from finding true love. Only YOU stand in your way.

You ARE here on purpose to accomplish a powerful mission! You intended to be a fierce genius using your boundless gifts in your work—changing this world for the better.

You made agreements with all the important players in your drama before you got here—even in those relationships that have wounded you. Those agreements occurred to serve your highest good—to help you find your way.

This loneliness and pain is a tiny moment in the vast journey of your soul. It’s your wake-up call. It’s nudging you to turn your life in a powerful new direction and reclaim your soul power.

Perhaps your zealous grip on mundane reality has blocked your intuition. Our world’s negative viewpoint may have sucked the life force from you.

Quit focusing on your flaws, and focus instead on your gifts and what you came to offer! Stop talking about what’s wrong with the world, and ask how you can help raise the consciousness of the planet with your talents and wisdom.

Turn out the lights, unplug the TV, take down the mirrors, and take a long look at yourself. You may be attractive, sexy, fun, and smart, but what hides beneath?

Are you anything like the sweet, openhearted, loving soul you were when you started this journey? It’s time to reclaim that divine essence, your true loving nature, and become who you came here to be—the hero of your story.

This book will take you down the path of powerful soul reinvention. At the end of this process awaits true love …

INTRODUCTION:

WHY ARE YOU ALONE?

It’s not for the reason you think.

IT’S A HUMBLING THING, heartbreak. When the whole world appears to be living in perfect love and happiness, your private pain weighs you down and sucks your breath away—keeping you from dancing at the party or taking another step forward. Instead, you get a headache and leave early, or drink the pain to sleep.

In my life, heartbreak came first as a young hippie-love boyfriend moving out, then as a husband dying in my arms, and then as another husband moving on—until I saw the problem. The problem was me not being ME.

Yes, it’s true that my path is unusual and the work I came to do is odd, but that’s what I chose for this lifetime—or at least it’s the mission I accepted.

Yet when I got here, I wanted to be like everyone else—attractive, funny, smart, and successful, not spiritual, intuitive, or a teacher of sacred knowledge. Who knew?

Along the way, I chose men who were bright, charming, funny, and sexy—not spiritual. I dreamt of a sweet home with white wicker chairs where I would sit with my husband sipping iced tea and watching our children play. But that wasn’t my agreement.

When I thought I’d finally found my man, my true love, he turned out to be my greatest spiritual teacher—dying in my arms instead of standing beside me to raise the children we dreamt of having.

I fell off the edges of the world then, widowed when others my age were having babies, disconnected from a normal thirtysomething life.

Everywhere I looked there were young healthy families, weddings, and baby showers. Yet my romances went nowhere, and I locked my spiritual insights and powerful intuitions away in angry silence.

In the years following my husband Paul’s death from colon cancer, two more friends in their early thirties died from cancer. Grief became an ocean of pain that I tried to bury beneath exercise, work, and men.

I didn’t want to hear that Paul’s death was for my highest good or that everything is on purpose. Instead, I focused on becoming a health journalist—teaching people to live healthy lives. If I could write one article that saved a person from cancer, I thought, perhaps my grief would slip away.

Yet, in my heart, I was connected more to the other realms where my loved ones had gone than this one. By the age of thirty-two, I perched on the edges of two worlds, not sure which one to claim. Too many people I dearly loved had died, leaving me to make sense of their suffering.

Repeatedly I asked myself, Why would sweet young people full of ambition and dreams die such painful deaths? And why was I chosen to stand beside them to help and then be left behind? Why was I still here?

Nightmares woke me up nearly every night. I dreamt I was trapped in a hospital, moving through rooms filled with suffering, sick, and terribly injured people—all calling for help. I would try to help one and then another, but I couldn’t do anything to relieve their pain. When I tried to leave, each door I opened led to a new room of horrible suffering and screaming. I would wake in a panic.

I couldn’t keep my food down. Images of Paul’s outrageous physical suffering still lived vividly in my mind. His year of sickness had scarred me so badly I didn’t know who I was anymore. I was hoping a man would save me—wrap me in love so passionate and profound that it would protect me from the ghosts at the edges of the room. But no one did—fortunately—or I would not be here doing my true work today. Heartbreak after heartbreak finally brought me back to ME.

As I embraced my strange, unconventional, intuitive gifts; my unlovable, different self; my unusual spiritual insights, I found my true work. And standing in the hallway to greet me then was my loving soul mate, Gene.

Today Gene and I have two life-affirming, happy, healthy children. The work I do is my passion and joy. It’s the life I’ve always wanted. I didn’t know it would require such a journey. I didn’t know it would require me to own intuition and spiritual wisdom boldly as my work in the world.

Along the way, I’ve learned that we all come here on purpose, and that often the greater the mission we’ve signed up for, the greater the nudges to help us find our way. Those nudges can be quite painful—though they don’t have to be. But when we ignore our intuition, pain seems to be the one thing that truly gets our attention here on planet Earth.

I’ve also learned that heartbreak is the most powerful fuel we can use to find our soul’s true mission. A broken heart hurts so good that it makes us look beyond the surface and ask hard questions. It strips everything else away to help us remember our gift.

As a career intuitive and the author of I See Your Dream Job, I’ve shared intuitive and spiritual insights with others for more than ten years, helping thousands of clients, training hundreds of intuitive coaches, and teaching workshops across the country.

All of my clients struggle with relationships when they’ve lost their way. Yet once they embrace their true work, remember who they are and why they’re here, their true path always brings them to love.

It’s a popular misconception that we incarnate into human lifetimes looking for the soul mate who will give our lives meaning and purpose. We’ve got it backward. We each come here to do something great, to live up to our unique potential, and to help raise the consciousness of the planet. We ALL have a divine mission.

Our true partner stands in the wings—waiting for us to take responsibility for our journey, to step into the path of our true mission, and to remember who we are. Only then is our true love allowed to join us on our powerful path as a soul fulfilling its highest grace.

Some of us get to this great work sooner than others do. Some never get to it in a lifetime—but we all have opportunity after opportunity to get it right.

Along the way, we bump into many soul mates who nudge us in the right direction. Our true love waits at the end of the rainbow—our pot of gold for making the journey down the yellow brick road—moving beyond fear and pain to find our way back home.

PART

1

USING INTUITION TO RECOGNIZE YOUR SOUL MATE IN A SEA OF FROGS

1

RECOGNITION UNDER A STREETLIGHT

WE KNOW EVERYTHING WE need to know. This knowingness speaks to us through our gut feelings, hunches, impressions, and perceptions. Yet we constantly talk ourselves out of this flawless inner wisdom.

When we fall in love (or meet someone new), we know instantly what the relationship holds in store for us. We remember our soul agreement. Yet we most often ignore it. Here’s an example from my life: I intuitively knew the exact nature of my relationship with my now-departed husband, Paul, when I first met him.

Recognition …

After a long, delicious, rock-climbing day in the summer of 1978, our muscles aching from the dizzying walls of Eldorado Canyon, my friend Joel and I are feeling happy and tired. We’re hungry and looking for a place to eat in town.

As we walk, we see a tall thin man approaching and waving. He knows Joel and we gather on the sidewalk to

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    The first book I have read cover to cover in years! Amazing ! So much insight! I look forward to meeting my soulmate and finding my life purpose.

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    This book as solid, practical advice on relationships based on your numerology.

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