The Myth of Soulmates: Finding Happiness on Your Own Terms


The Myth about Being in Love

Do you believe in the idea of soulmates? Have you ever been made to feel inadequate because you’re single, or pressured to be in a relationship?

Society can make us feel like being in love is the be-all and end-all of life. But is that really the case?

Society’s Lie about Love

We’ve all been fed the propaganda of finding “the one” and living happily ever after. But the truth is, life is not a fairytale.

In reality, relationships are hard work and require constant effort to maintain. The pressure to find a soulmate can lead us to stay stuck in bad relationships or fear being alone that we end up in a cycle of divorce.

This can lead to damaging our self-esteem and disappointment.

Staying Stuck in Bad Relationships

Staying in bad relationships doesn’t just happen in romantic relationships. We’ve all been there – whether it’s a manipulative friend or a difficult family member.

Sometimes, it can be hard to walk away from someone who has been a significant part of our life, but it’s important to recognize when a relationship is doing more harm than good.

The Purpose of Existence

But if love isn’t the only purpose in our lives, then what is? One of the most important purposes in our lives is to be of service to others.

We can all make a positive difference in the world by helping others and leaving gossip and judgment behind. Additionally, finding inner peace is also a crucial aspect of living a fulfilling life.

Finding Inner Peace

Finding inner peace means letting go of emotionally or physically abusive relationships, addiction, and any other negative patterns that we have developed. This can be a difficult and ongoing process, but it is essential in order to live a happy life.

Remember that the purpose of life is not to be in a relationship or to conform to societal expectations – it is to find joy and contentment in ourselves.

The Real Purpose of Life

When we shift our perspective from finding love as the be-all and end-all of life, we realize that we are capable of being happy and fulfilled on our own. We don’t necessarily need a partner to complete us – we are already complete as we are.

Love comes in different forms, one of which is celibacy, and there are organizations and communities that exist to provide support and companionship for those who choose this path.

Challenging Mass Consciousness

It can be challenging to step away from the brainwashing we’ve been fed our whole lives. From an early age, we are taught that we should grow up to be a leader or attain some level of success.

But often, we’re missing the point of our existence. In order to shatter these narratives, we need to challenge mass consciousness and start asking questions.

Is this really what we want for ourselves and our lives, or have we just been brainwashed into thinking that it is?

In Conclusion

The purpose of existence is not to live up to other people’s expectations of us. It is not to find a soulmate and live happily ever after.

The purpose of existence is to find inner peace, be of service to others, and to be happy and fulfilled on our own terms. We need to challenge mass consciousness and start living for ourselves, not for what other people tell us we should strive for.

Remember, we are already complete as we are. Happiness is not something to be found outside of ourselves – it is already within us, waiting to be uncovered.

In conclusion, society has propagated the myth that love is the ultimate purpose of our existence. However, this is not the case.

The purpose of our existence is to be of service to others, find inner peace and be happy and fulfilled on our own terms. It is essential that we challenge mass consciousness and realize that we are complete as we are.

By letting go of damaging relationships and patterns, we can find true joy and contentment. Only then can we truly live our lives to the fullest, and make a positive difference in the world.

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