Imagine you found your soulmate, and you both couldn’t be happier.
Yet, you find yourself wondering why your soulmate is ignoring you and the spark you once found is slowly fading.The reasons why your soulmate is ignoring you are simpler than you might think: it all comes down to whether your soulmate wants you and is ready to commit to a long-term relationship.
That’s why I’m going to show you how to turn things around so your soulmate starts giving you the love and attention you want without wondering why this is happening.
If you want to understand your soulmate better, then keep reading to learn more.
Reasons Why Your Soulmate is Ignoring You
So you found your soulmate but find yourself dissatisfied because he is ignoring you…I don’t know how you got there but I can narrow this down to the same two reasons I told you earlier:
- Your soulmate is not ready to commit to a long-term relationship with you
Or, if your relationship is really in a bad spot, then…
- Your soulmate does not want you
Both of these situations are pretty bad, but the second is by far the worst of the two since this implies a loss of attraction and connection your soulmate once had with you.
But don’t worry too much, because there are foolproof ways to rekindle that lost spark so your soulmate stops ignoring you.
When done correctly, the strategies I will show you will make your soulmate give you his attention and energy (regardless of how dire the situation might appear on the surface).
But before we get to that, you need to understand the reasons why your soulmate is ignoring you, so you can tailor your approach accordingly.
Your Soulmate Isn’t Ready
Like with most impactful things in life, commitment is difficult for many people because they do not want to feel trapped.
Commitment in relationships is no different but is something worth fighting for if you are trying to set up a life together with your soulmate.
Sadly, the ball is often in the men’s court when it comes to establishing the boundaries of a relationship and deciding whether to fully commit to a relationship or not with a woman.
Dating apps compounds this by giving men free rein to sleep with many women without having to commit to anything long-lasting.
The result: men who want all the sexual benefits of a relationship without giving women looking for long-term relationships the commitment they desire.
So when I say “your soulmate isn’t ready,” what I really mean is that your soulmate may not want to commit to a long-term relationship for one of two reasons:
- Your soulmate wants to get to know you better and see where things go
Or, if you are in a relationship with a “player” or “bad boy” then…
- Your soulmate wants to keep his sexual options open
Sadly, you cannot do much if your soulmate is someone who is a player since he is diverting his attention to other girls or losing interest in you.
If this is you, then we are outside soulmate territory and the orange is not worth the squeeze no matter how many butterflies you might feel (unless you are ok with being used to fuel his subjective sense of sexual prowess).
I recommend you end things quickly to save yourself from the emotional damage you might suffer from staying with a man who sees you as replaceable and not worth his time (despite how attractive he might be and how he makes you feel).
On the other hand, if you have a soulmate who is not ready to commit to a long-term relationship, then it is natural for him to ignore you from time to time.
In these cases, until he is ready to commit, your soulmate will limit the attention he gives you until he is certain that you are someone he wants to be with long-term.
You might see this as a bad thing and get skeptical about whether your soulmate cares about you, but I think it’s worth appreciating someone who has standards and takes their time to get to know you.
On the flip side, your soulmate may not care about you in the way you originally thought.
This takes us to our next topic of discussion, which might explain why your soulmate is ignoring you: your soulmate doesn’t want you.
Your Soulmate Doesn’t Want You
Unfortunately, there are times when you might love your soulmate, but he may not feel the same and start diverting his attention away from you towards other things.
In situations like this, some of you may think “I know he is my soulmate but he doesn’t.”
But if your soulmate does not have a genuine desire for you after getting to know you, then there really is not much you can do about it other than move on.
No point staying onboard a sinking ship.
In my experience, the initial sex, conversations, and fun you have with someone are the most colorful moments you spend with them.
But sadly, just like with every new experience, you can only enjoy these experiences to the fullest for so long until they start becoming expected, predictable, and less exciting.
Once this happens, the chemistry between you and your soulmate may change and he may ignore you more than before.
Whereas before he made room in his schedule for you, now he is ignoring your texts and phone calls because he is busy or he has some personal matter to address.
With dating apps and the highly stimulating digital age we live in, it’s easier than ever for one or both partners in a relationship to get bored and not want to be with the other person.
Inevitably, this often leads to ending the relationship to find the next thrill.
However, if you have known your soulmate for an extended period of time (at least 6 months) and previously maintained a strong connection, then there is still hope to rekindle the spark again.
If this sounds a lot like you, then read on to learn how to get your soulmate to stop ignoring you.
How to Get Your Soulmate to Stop Ignoring You
Now that you understand the reasons why your soulmate is ignoring you, we can get to the interesting part where you come in!
Assuming your soulmate and you still have some chemistry, there are two main strategies you can use to get your soulmate to stop ignoring you:
- Ignore your soulmate
- Confront your soulmate about your needs
These strategies might seem somewhat counter-intuitive and anti-climactic, but these are ethical ways to get your soulmate to stop ignoring you without compromising your character and integrity.
Ignore Your Soulmate
One of the most effective ways to get your soulmate to stop ignoring you is by doing the same: ignoring him.
This is because you are playing with his psychology: the more scarce a resource is (your attention), the more value will be given to that resource.
I understand this is easier said than done, especially if you genuinely enjoy spending time with your soulmate (but you cannot say this doesn’t even the playing field!).
But you would be surprised how well this works and how putting some distance between two people can recalibrate the relationship in many ways.
When you reconnect with your soulmate after limiting your time together, he will come to appreciate you more.
And if not, then there is probably little chemistry between you and your soulmate anyways despite how you may perceive him.
Confront Your Soulmate About Your Needs
If ignoring your soulmate is too much, then you might want to take a more direct approach.
Although not as emotionally impactful or potent as withdrawing your attention, confronting your soulmate about your needs helps reinforce healthy habits of communication.
Your soulmate will more often than not be receptive to your needs and find ways to meet them, so if you feel like or notice your soulmate ignoring you then stop overthinking and tell him!A soulmate who is unwilling to at least listen to your needs is a major red flag and is not someone you need in your life.