The search of that perfect mate is a quest of every individual . It is also the most talked about question during relationship counselling 🙂 .I posted the above picture on my Facebook status and I could see hidden question mark on the likes and comments. Do you really think so 😛 and that is how I got the perfect article to write on imperfectness 🙂
Our purpose to incarnate in human form on this earth is not to come and find our perfect life partner. As most of us think our mission in life is to find a soul mate and we spend a lifetime trying and testing people to check whether they pass the litmus test of perfect soul mates. The outcome of this wonderful search are several heartbreaks and heartaches and at times re marriages.
We keep seeking true love all our life in expectation of living a perfect romantic movie life …and they lived happily ever and after ending. Not until we are hit by the same love of our life in all the wrong places and the meaning of life and soul mate changes our life 360 degrees 🙂
The Great Indian saint and poet “Tulsidas ji” went through his enlightenment after he was nagged by his wife for his indispensable love to her bodily form. Ratnavali his wife said “had you showed your love for god your life would have been far more worthwhile”, This brought a shift in his consciousness and the great Indian Epic “Ramayana” was conceived by Tulsidas ji.
It is a sad to share but the truth is we learn only in contrasts. To understand love we have to experience a lack of love, to understand trust we have to face distrust, that is how life evolves.
Every person is a projection of our own consciousness, we are living magnets.The imperfections we see in others is a reflection of our own nature which has to be worked upon. Imperfect relationships as we think are the perfect situation for our own expansion.
Lets pay gratitude to these perfectly imperfect partners in our life they are our spiritual gurus 🙂