If you listen to mainstream psychologists, the answer is a resounding “no!” And, in fact, many psychologists say that the soul mate concept sets people up for disappointment.
Shrinks also say that the immediate sense of soul connection is nothing more than an unconscious recognition of a person who resembles a parent.
This week, I’ll be introducing you to Mali Apple and Joe Dunn, relationship coaches, lovers, and best friends. When Mali and Joe met 11 years ago, they experienced a deeply profound feeling of connection. As the love and passion between them continued to grow, they eventually dedicated their relationship to discovering how to continually create a magical life together. Their intention with all their work is to teach singles and couples how to create and sustain exciting, compelling, and deeply connected relationships.
Their bestselling book The Soulmate Experience: A Practical Guide to Creating Extraordinary Relationships won a 2012 International Book Awards gold medal and a 2012 Living Now Awards silver medal. The book has been called “A relationship guide masterpiece,” “A catalyst for transformation in life, relationships, and self,” “Inspiring, motivational, and truly remarkable.” Mali and Joe’s most recent collaborations are the book 52 Prescriptions for Happiness: A Year of Inspiration for the Body, Mind, and Soul and the audio release Mantras for Making Love. They are currently at work on the second book in “The Soulmate Experience” series, The Soulmate Lover.
Tune in for what I am sure will be an exciting show that sheds light on the question of whether or not soulmates are real!
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