We Don’t Meet Anyone By Accident
We Don’t Meet Anyone By Accident
May 27, 2019
In this beautiful world, there is a reason that every single person comes into your life. Whether it be a blessing or a lesson everyone comes into your life for a reason, and there is always a bigger purpose. Sometimes we meet people, and the chemistry is so strong that both lives are transformed, or people can come into your life and shake everything up.
Every encounter, although you may perceive it as good or bad, is here to serve you for your greatest good.
These different types of relationships are what make life interesting, challenging and life-changing. Sometimes you can meet people and feel like you have known them all your life or you experience the magic of synchronicity. Synchronicity is originally a concept by Carl Jung to explain meaningful coincidences and are the belief that the universe sends us signs and people to help us towards our life purpose. These signs are meeting the same people or seeing the same numbers again and again. No one is sent to by accident to anyone.
Understanding these deeper meanings can help be used as tools to help you move forward and learn more about yourself on your journey. If you felt lost and confused in your life, you can meet people who can shake up your life completely, maybe their behaviour doesn’t make sense and causes you pain, or you behave unusually and you both part ways, then you learn something and grow, and you again take on your correct path.
When you know what you want and have a strong vision, it will be easier for you to distinguish each relationship.
For a Reason
People who come into your life for a reason is usually to meet a need you have yet to express. If you are going through a phase or difficulty in your life, this type of soul connection can come and seem like such a blessing and can help you so much through this period of your life. Then without any wrongdoing on either side, the person may do something, and the relationship may end. Once the need is fulfilled, it is now time to move on.
For a Season
Some people come into your life for a season; it could be a soul mate/twin flame relationship that comes into your life to wake you up. They can create a roadblock, or stop us in our tracks. Usually, the energetic connection is so strong that you can feel it. This type of connection usually comes to serve as a way to grow and learn and may disrupt everything in your life to make you realize a passion we were unaware of and lead you onto the correct path. This soul mate is only seasonal and leaves once their gift is passed on. They may keep returning every time you need to learn to grow.
For a Life Time
The lifetime relationship is so special; it flows, it is at peace and can bring joy. It is calm, and there is no sense of crazy energetic energies and rushes. These relationships bring the best to you, and you both serve each other on your life purpose and grow together. It lasts a lifetime and is so rare and precious. It can be in the form of a lover or a friend or even family.
When experiencing these different types of connections, the best way to attract the people you want into your life is to relax and fill your heart with love. Never force relationships, let them flow naturally. Nothing that is meant for you will ever pass you. Forgive and send love to everyone you encounter with as they are also going through their own life experience and be thankful for everything, they taught you. Nothing happens by accident, each situation, person, and experience lead you to exactly where you need to be.
@jayann Beautiful. "Some people come into your life for a season" this happened to me a few times and felt like I was hit by a tornado, lol.. We don't see it at the time but is really for our best good if we are willing to surrender and let the Universe do his work.
@jayann said in We Don’t Meet Anyone By Accident:
I believe and believed in the following statement but I am proof it does not work. I believed that if the other person was interested we would get serious instead I found myself alone.
Never force relationships, let them flow naturally. Nothing that is meant for you will ever pass you
A mistake I think we all make about attraction. Often, it is some quality in the other person that attracts us to them, some strength that we wish to have in ourselves, like courage, outspokenness, popularity etc. We mistake this for love or physical desire when we only need to 'grow' this quality in ourselves, not have a relationship with the person.