How to Find Your Soul Mate – Stop Looking (5 Tips for Women)

As previously stated, women are supposed to be pursued (men are hunters by nature). So, stop trying to find a soul mate; you’re violating the established protocol. For that reason, this article recommends five strategic moves. In addition to obtaining the desires of your heart, they’ll help you avoid heartache, stress, and sleepless nights.

5 Tips

  • Seek wisdom.

Since all good things come from above prayer seems like the first sensible step. Discuss your desires with the Creator- not your friends, co-workers, or family. During the conversation, don’t forget to listen! You’ll gain the inside track. Unlike the others, he knows what’s up ahead as well as the master plan for your life. It’s already in motion.

  • Re-Position Yourself.

Instead of going on a hunting expedition, think about repositioning yourself. Now God is the master strategist and can maneuver like no other. Still, being in the right place doesn’t hurt. What places do you frequent? Are they appropriate? I, for example, know when I don’t fit. It creates an uncomfortable feeling. What is more, are you hiding like a hermit? Making yourself scarce will cause you to miss the divine connection.

  • Scrutinize every encounter.

Did you notice that Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz stuck to her mission while traveling down the yellow brick road? She encountered three different men – the lion, the scarecrow, and the tin man. Each male needed something. Guess what? Dorothy assessed their situations, she encouraged, she provided assistance but remembered the goal. All in all, Dorothy returned to Kansas.

Similarly, we encounter different men on this journey called life. They need encouragement, insight, or just someone to listen. It’s okay to help; God created women to nurture. However, avoid giving more of yourself than necessary. Dorothy knew what to give and what to withhold. Do you?

Consequently, choosing the wrong road gives rise to confusion and delays. So, complete the assignment then return to the mission. You can’t afford to muddy the water. The stakes are too high.

  • Be anxious for nothing.

Desperation equates to anxiousness, and my Bible says to be anxious for nothing. Worry along with doubt make you crazy. You start thinking and believing the wrong stuff. “I’m too old. Time is running out.”

At length, you decide to take matters into your own hands. Instead of making progress, nevertheless, you end up going five steps backward. A word to the wise is sufficient. Desperation is a dangerous perfume to wear. Aside from giving the wrong scent, it doesn’t become you.

  • Grow your faith.

Simply put, this tip is crucial. Why? Growing your faith impacts every aspect of your life – not just receiving a soul mate. Faith goes the distance. Likewise, you must commit to go the distance. Since faith comes by hearing and hearing, saturating yourself in the word is essential.

Are you ready to build your faith muscles? Begin exercising daily by listening to the Word, studying, reading, meditating, speaking accordingly, and continuing to stand even when it seems like nothing’s happening. That’s why it’s called faith. Prepare to stand.

 

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