Does a romantic relationship always begin with physical attraction? Judging from the following narrative, it seems that if two people are on the same wave length, it’s possible for them to intuit their compatibility before they feel a physical attraction. When Nando Parrado, a race car driver, met Veronique, he wasn’t dazzled by her extraordinary beauty and voluptuous body the way he had been with other women. Instead, a feeling of calm stole over him.
How could he overlook Veronique’s good looks and focus his attention on their “meeting of the minds”?
Parrado had developed a close relationship with his subconscious many years before he met Veronique. It happened when he was in a plane that crashed into the side of a mountain in the Andes. After months of being stranded in the damaged fuselage, he became convinced he was going to die. But after a conversation with his subconscious, he was able to reject the inevitability of death. That gave him the courage to leave the protection of the fuselage and trudge over the steep, ice-covered mountains to a small village where he contacted the authorities who arranged to rescue the surviving passengers.
When Parrado met Veronique, his subconscious went into action again, assuring a happy outcome at another stage of his life.
A feeling of calm is a sure sign that your subconscious is offering you helpful information. It might even play that role as you search for your soul mate. But first you need to establish a relationship with your subconscious, as Parrado did. A good place to learn how to do that is in The Subconscious: Your Port in the Storm.