Love Life Act Two–Fated to Love Again

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Almost everyone who lost a romantic partner or missed a love life opportunity has wondered if they will ever experience another rewarding love life connection. It’s an exceedingly common concern, especially for those, such as divorcees or widows, finding themselves single for the first time in years.

Below is a related inquiry, and our response.

“I really appreciate your honesty and that you are not in the business of telling people what they want to hear in order to make money.

“Is there any way to know if I am fated to be single or if I’ll meet another man who I can call my soul mate?

I’m 50 years-old and I’m asking you because I just cannot imagine myself with anyone else.

“Many astrologers say it doesn’t matter what Venus is transiting on any given day because unless relationship/marriage is fated it won’t happen, but these same astrologers don’t want to talk about future predictions.

“So, how can I find out if it is fated that I will have another joyful relationship. Mind you, I don’t mind being single if it is what is to be. I just want to know.

Thanks for your feedback. If you cannot imagine yourself with anyone else then you are maintaining a block between you and a compatible match. Let go and move on. Every time you think of your ex, be grateful for the experience and tell yourself to let go and move on.

Fortunately, everyone has many soul mates (which vary in levels of compatibility), so holding on to ones that weren’t meant to be forever (or any soul mate, for that matter) is a waste of energy.

Companionship is easy to find; you can enjoy a nice coffee or lunch date with anyone if you have some things in common. But a mutual, heartfelt, compatible connection is something entirely different, and is not as easy to find because it requires mutually rewarding love life karma and beneficial romantic timing.

Our findings show the following:

  1. Everyone’s love life has seasons, the order of which and how long they last depend on your unique personal fate.
  1. Everyone’s love life timing is unique.
  1. Some people have most of their best collective love life timing early in life, before age 30.
  1. Others have their best collective love life timing in their 30s, 40s, or 50s.
  1. Still others have it later in life.
  1. It’s very rare to have mostly fantastic love life timing throughout life. Likewise, it’s rare to be free of all red flag personality traits that damage relationships.
  1. It’s common to have average love life timing throughout life, with several narrow windows of wonderful love life timing, relative to the degree of one’s overall, lifetime love life karma (ranging from very challenging to very rewarding).

It’s entirely possible for those who marry young to have questionable love life timing in their youth and much better love life timing later in life.

It’s also entirely possible for those who have fantastic love life timing before age 30 and marry young to then have awful love life timing later in life.

In other words, an engagement and then marriage, a legally binding agreement and business arrangement, does not authentically reflect that a person is in their best collective love life timing. Nor does it prevent fate from bringing a different destined match into your life.

We believe there is a way to know approximately when you are destined to meet compatible people. However, since a lot of work goes into tuning in to someone for a reading or interpreting the languages of fate (comprehensive ancient astrology and numerology, not modern frivolous astrology, horoscopes, computer generated reports, or other superficial methods), it’s not cheap. Aside from identifying relationship issues such as problematic personality traits, we identify the windows of time in which your romantic timing is optimum (or the opposite).

While “joyful” is subjective, we can tell you if and when you’ll be in good enough (at least as good as you’ve had in the past) timing for a decent relationship (i.e., when you’ll connect with a new partner).

Also, you mention Venus transits. We’ve found Venus transits, like all transits, progressions, and other modern astrology methods, meaningless relative to ancient methodologies. Our findings show that ancient methodologies effectively outline personal fate (including love life).

Finally, there’s something anyone can do to dramatically increase their odds of meeting compatible people, yet most people don’t, mainly because they are waiting for someone to appear and fix their life, instead of fixing themselves first: Do all you can to make yourself look and feel as good as you can (including an optimum diet and exercise). Not just moderate exercise and diet in “moderation,” but you must be on a quest to be the best version of yourself ever. No excuses.

Our Direct Your Destiny e-package will help you deal with the spiritual side of life, prepare for a better love life and much more. http://spiritualgrowthnow.com/directyourdestiny/

Copyright © 2016 Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo

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2 comments on “Love Life Act Two–Fated to Love Again
  1. Ines says:

    Have you ever come across a case where someone’s pre-destined life plan was changed significantly, after birth?

    • admin says:

      Our findings show that once you incarnate, the framework of your fate is fixed. You have free will to make the most of your fate, but you can’t change your lessons, negative karma you’ve carried forward into this life, and situations you must endure in order to evolve.

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