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Who is my soulmate? Sometimes, the loneliness can feel like we're missing part of ourselves. And — we are. But not in the way you might think.
You may or may not know, I wrote a novel about soulmates and betrayal called Moondance. Ultimately, it's healing fiction. Yet it's a story about a woman who experienced a devastating betrayal by a man she loved. Plus, a tale about betrayal by family, and ultimately a betrayal of oneself.
On the quest for finding a good man (or woman), it's so natural to wonder who is my soulmate. What will he or she look like? How will it feel to be in his or her arms? Travel together? Wake up on Saturday morning and have a lazy brekky?
Instead of imagining the question with longing (which does not support the law of attraction), consider imagining your ideal partnership with curiosity and anticipation.
Here's the beloved product of my imagination and protagonist Althea, as she's on the cusp of knowing that her dear soulmate is on his way:
She felt a tingling energy. She recognized it as the anticipation that she sometimes experienced at the cusp of change—the day she got into the MBA program, the day she decided to move into Sophie's apartment, the day she started at White Light. Even the day she went to visit Kevin in Kingston. It was like that, but tenfold—not a change in life but a change in destiny — a high-spirited sweet-bursting exhilaration.
Imagine that the answer to the question who is my soulmate is already on its way to you. Know it. Live it. Hold it all with wonder, curiously in your heart. Listen to your heart's whispers, for when you ask the answers will come — if you listen carefully enough and participate in the process.
At first, she noticed that her own steps had gained depth, like the subwoofer of her stereo. The sound split, and another set of footsteps settled in behind her. The air was now thicker, floral, heady and warm, and she knew. Her senses were immediately awake. “It's me, Al.” The voice was soft, slightly musical. “Thought I should stop by so I can make sure you don't get lost.” Hot tears stung her eyes and she smiled.
Once you connect with this feeling inside you, use it to attract and find love outside of you. Not the other way around.
You don't have to extend yourself to connect with a soulmate. He'll equally extend himself toward you.
“You're the reason I'm here?”
“You're the reason, as I understand it. You think I've come to you, but really, I've always been here. I became stronger as your desire grew. You sort of willed me to life. Even when you were fighting me, you were asking for me. All I did was accept your invitation.”
“I'm confused. I thought —”
“That I was your soulmate, the one you wished for, the love of your life?”
“Yes, I—” she stopped, suddenly embarrassed.
“Oh, Al, I'm sorry, I keep forgetting how new this is to you. I have something to do with that, of course. But not only that. But you're the same. You seduced me, you overwhelmed me. I can tell it was you. But it hurt to look at you.”
“I wanted you to look. But you weren't ready. I never wanted to hurt you.”
“Now you're ready to know.”
Start from the inside out. Who are you? What do you believe? What's important to you? What kind of life do you want? Then and only then: Who will go with you.
On your journey, find ways to align your imagination and heart with what your soul intends for you. Recognizing your soul mate will then come naturally for you.
Of course, I'm a practical gal who loves ‘how-to’ stuff and tangible answers. Tools like karmic astrology can give you clues to the tangible characteristics of your love.
Powerful programs like The Relationship Catalyst can also help you create the necessary internal shifts that ease love into your life, rather than struggling.
Use all of the tools at your disposal to piece together your unique soulmate first in your imagination... and then in your life.
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