1. You love an honest person.
They don’t lie to your face, especially over petty things.
This will sometimes hurt, but they don’t sugarcoat how they feel.
2. You have a telepathic bond.
You seem to know what they’re feeling, know what they’re about to say.
You think about them and not long after, they shoot you a call or a text message.
3. You see it in their eyes.
You look in their eyes and see something so… familiar.
They draw you in almost immediately. Experts on reincarnation don’t think it’s an accident.
Pay close attention to the eyes of the people you meet.
4. You love their imperfections.
If you feel like you constantly need to change your partner for the better, it’s not exactly a good sign.
With a soulmate, you’ll find even their stranger quirks and imperfections endearing.
5. You can’t picture life without them.
Once you’ve met your soulmate, you just can’t see going on without them.
It’s impossible to picture what life would be like without them gracing your presence.
6. You easily connect without trying.
Maybe you met through a mutual friend. You might have run into each other at the park.
Maybe you were making eyes at each other at the bar.
Whatever the case, when you finally said hello, there was electricity.
There was a deep and intense connection made through conversation and body language.
7. You create your own world together.
The strongest relationships with soulmates are the ones where they create together.
Sure, it can be fun to lay in bed and watch movies.
Hanging out is great. But if that’s all you do, where are you headed?
Soulmates find the things they have in common, and even some things they don’t, and jump in with both feet.
They share with one another the arts, sciences, and create together.
Sharing these passions pushes your passions for one another even further.
8. You feel like you’ve known each other forever.
A soulmate is a person defined as someone who shares a piece of your soul, so chances are, you’ve actually known them in a past life.
So that extremely familiar feeling makes sense. You should know them.
You have a part of each other in you both.
9. You just “get” each other.
It’s not something I can especially easily describe here.
But there’s just something between you that clicks.
You understand what they’re thinking and feeling.
H/T: Higher Perspective