“When we get involved in intimate relationships, we share ‘soul-parts’—we leave a little of ourselves with the other person. This is why it hurts [so] bad; we have this empty place that we need to heal.
Old-timers used to say it takes about a year to settle the soul; to heal that place that is empty. Here’s one better: Yes, the year is good, and during that year, you can ‘call back’ that soul part to come back to you. That’s what meditation, prayer and yoga do—they clean up that place that was torn, and it makes ready to receive the soul-part.
I thought this was bunk, you know that ‘yeah, ok, right’-it’s a ‘we know everything when we are young’ thing. But after [a] relationship that left me so broken and torn, I decided, ‘Hey, can’t lose. Give this a try.’ And I gave it a year. And I studied meditation, prayed and started a yoga practice that lasted me for 30 years and kept me healthy—and within a year, I asked for the ‘hole in my heart’ to be healed. The Uni-verse is compassionate and always answers us, and I met someone who reminded me that I lost a part of my soul—a little soul-part, and they told me ‘All you have to do is call it back in—ask!’ So I did, and it worked!
Always give yourself time to heal, take time (do not rush, another relationship will not heal a broken heart), and just ask for that soul-part to come back to you.
It will happen, the memories are lessons. You know better, you will do better, and welcome in [the] new when you are healed and ready.
Blessings and love to you in your journey!” — Zuddamind
I never fully healed from getting my heart broken 6 years ago. I think I’m really tired of staring at a gaping hole in my chest. It’s not conducive to generating self-love. I want my soul-part back, and I want to heal.
I am ready to start.