There’s really no difference between a soulmate list and any other manifestation list.
I usually start like this: “Great Spirit, my Angels and Spirit Guides, please help me manifest the following…”
Then I list anything and everything I can think of that describes what I want to manifest.
For a soulmate list, I’d be careful not to go into too much physical detail, because what if tall, dark, and brown-eyed is your type, but the ideal partner for you is someone who’s blonde and blue-eyed?
That actually happened with me and my (now ex-) husband. We used to laugh about the fact that had we met in a bar, we would never even have talked to each other because we were not each other’s “type.”
You want to write your list using positive words and keep it in the present tense. I.e., not “I’m gonna find a man who’s not a bully and doesn’t treat me badly,” but “I am now with a man who is strong but gentle and treats me like a princess.” (Adjust for desired gender and attributes, obviously.)
But be careful what you wish for! I made some initial blunders while writing soulmate lists that backfired in ways that seem pretty comical now… back then not so much. You can read about them in my free special report, To The Highest And Best Of All Concerned.
At the end of your soulmate list, you want to add my Karmic Protection Clause, “To the Highest and Best of All Concerned.” This will prevent you from becoming a victim of your own stupidity (which I learned the hard way).
I recommend reading (and rewriting) your soulmate list often. Keep it for at least 21 days and then put it into a drawer. I often burn my lists to “activate” them and release the energy so Spirit can do His work.
And make sure to visualize a lot during the period where you’re re-reading and re-writing the list. Try not so much to visualize what your future SO looks like, but how you feel when you’re with him/her.
My soulmate list had 72 bullet points, and my ex matched 70 of them. I manifested him within three weeks.
That is, I had known him before, but we'd never spent any time together. After I wrote my soulmate list, we ran into each other, and it turned out that I had just broken up with my boyfriend and he had just broken up with his girlfriend.
So we started hanging out as friends. A few months later, we got together. I moved in with him three weeks later, and we got married three months later.
We were married (and for the most part, quite happily) for 15 years and have a wonderful kid together.
Even though we’re not married anymore, we’re still best friends today.