If you’re with your soulmate naturally you can’t stop talking about him/her, because you’re excited, at least in the initial stage of the relationship. But there is absolutely no need to defend your decision.
There is this inner drive that propels us to search. It is often almost as if we are turning over every rock and asking, Is my soulmate under there? Many times though, as we draw closer to the moment we meet our soulmate, this internal engine seems to slow down. This happens because on a deep level, part of us knows that our mate is nearby and will soon be in our arms.
When you’re with your soulmate, you feel that you’re better than in any other situation.
Your soulmate doesn’t need any rationalization. Doesn’t need any reasons. When you’re with him/her, you feel that you’re better person than when you’re by yourself or with any one else.
Soul mate meetings often start with some kind of hiccup in your daily routine, or something going wrong, or your best laid plans falling apart.
Many couples who have been married for decades describe a sense of knowing their partner was the one the moment they met, but this feeling can take other forms as well.
One thing that’s true of all soulmates, whether they’re romantic or platonic, is that they will understand you better than anyone else.
"If you find each other irresistible, witty, hilarious, fascinating and attractive and see no need to put up fronts or walls, then you are very well- matched."
"A soulmate is someone to whom we feel profoundly connected, as though the communicating and communing that take place between us were not the product of intentional efforts, but rather a divine grace."
"Rather than being about excitement and lust,a soul mate relationship is characterized by such things as a shared life path, a sense of comfort and ease, and a genuine liking of each other."
Katherine Woodward Thomas