Valentine’s Day is coming up. So this got me thinking about love, which lead to reading, which brought me to a sentence about attracting love.
And then I really started thinking.
We often attract what we want. We do it all the time either accidentally – like when I wondered what happened to some the people I knew in college and then ran into one two days later. And some times purposefully – like when I was young and knew I wanted to help people when I grew up. Today that’s what I do full-time.
It’s really not hard because it’s what we’re designed to do – think, feel, shift cellularly, shift vibrationally and then have our vibrational field interact with other fields drawing to us what we most resonate with.
So why does it sometimes seem harder to attract a good love relationship? I see so many people struggling with this one, even when they are pretty good at attracting other things intentionally.
The key is resonance.
We attract what is similar to our vibrational field (our aura, or electromagnetic field) which is set by our thoughts and emotions.
If you are looking for love, review your thoughts and feelings. Is there fear of not finding it? Is there a belief that “all the good ones are taken?” Is there anger or frustration? Past disappointments filling your mind? If so, that is the field that you are sending out.
If you want a healthy, loving, mutually supportive, joyous, passionate, faithful . . . you name it . . . partner. Then you must cultivate those characteristics within yourself.
At one point in my life, I found myself angry at the rather disappointing relationship experiences I’d had. I found myself shouting at the Universe about how I wanted a wonderful relationship. And the Universe quietly replied “good, you’ve finally picked something. Now we can get started.” I realized I’d never really been clear about what I wanted. So I made a list. Then I realized that none of that would appear in a partner unless is was true inside me first. So I re-wrote the list to be one of characteristics that I value and wanted to be sure I was nurturing them within.
Things got better and better and better. The rest is personal. 😉
While I was thinking about the journey to love, I ran across this piece from the lovely Louise Hay. You may want to copy it down for your manifesting journal. And also make a list of characteristics you value – honesty, sense of humor, spiritual, courage . . . be expansive! Who do you want to be? Be that and attract similar people into your experience.
Cultivate love within!
“In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete. I live in harmony and balance with everyone I know. Deep at the center of my being, there is an infinite well of love. I now allow this love to flow to the surface. It fills my heart, my body, my mind, my consciousness, my very being, and radiates out from me in all directions and returns to me multiplied. The more love I use and give, the more I have to give. The supply is endless. The use of love makes me feel good; it is an expression of my inner joy. I love myself; therefore, I take loving care of my body. I lovingly feed it nourishing foods and beverages, I lovingly groom it and dress it, and my body lovingly responds to me with vibrant health and energy. I love myself; therefore, I provide for myself a comfortable home, one that fills all my needs and is a pleasure to be in. I fill the rooms with the vibration of love so that all who enter, myself included, will feel this love and be nourished by it.” – Louise Hay
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