Soulmates & Purposeful Pain

Most people don't realize that our pain is purposeful and that our pain is also our superpower. And depending where you are on your spiritual journey, it is your soulmates who can carry the power to bring forth the most intense love and the most intense pain.

In this post, we breakdown this concept a bit to help anyone who may be journeying through some relationship pain or longing for someone they love -- perhaps someone they walked away from because of the pain.

Truth is, pain and love coexist to heal us.

The pain works like a flashlight showing us the places we're wounded and the love works like a magnet -- constantly drawing us closer and closer to our opportunities for healing so that we can get closer to ourselves, closer to one another, and closer to true unconditional love.

But, because most people don’t recognize pain as being purposeful, most people give away the power of their pain by blaming other people, shaming other people, judging others, and/or walking away from the relationships that make them feel pain of any sort.

As a result, most people struggle to heal and most soulmate relationships suffer unnecessarily.

It is in this most acute place of struggle that two people could grow together, not apart. It’s in this magical space in between -- where most people build walls and separation with their love -- that true intimacy and true vulnerability that can be sourced and found.

In this video, I talk a bit about the power of our pain and how it is oftentimes those we love the most who have the greatest opportunity to trigger us in the places where we are carrying wounds -- wounds that are ready to heal.

If you're journeying through an experience and feeling stuck or looking for insight, feel free to submit your situation here and I'll record you a free video response with my thoughts, feedback, and suggestions. I also invite you to attend some of our live events and/or check out some of our pre-recorded classes and/or read my book on learning to love ourselves from the people who can hurt us the most.

As always, I hope this talk is helpful to you. If it is, please consider making a donation here and sharing this post with all the people you love and the people you know. xo

Deeply in love with love,

Christina Renée Joubert is founder and CEO of Teaching the World to Love; creator of the When Soulmates Unite; author of When Soulmates Unite – Learning to Love Ourselves from the People Who Can Hurt Us the Most; and a proud mommy to a beautiful little boy.

Christina has dedicated her life to making accessible to all people the knowledge, wisdom, tools, and strategies that can help them reframe their past, transform their present, and change the trajectory of their relationships and lives - now and for generations to come. Donation-based personal growth for all.#itstime

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