Law of Attraction and Love
Do you remember the first time or the last time you fell in love?
Of course you do. It’s not something we’ll forget quickly. You were walking on air and deliriously happy. Isn’t that just the most amazing place to be?
Loving, romantic relationships are an important part of our lives. Everyone wants to be loved and also wants to be loving.
As you can imagine, many people come to me wanting the law of attraction to bring them their soul-mate.
How do you create that special, magically relationship?
The same way we create everything – with our thoughts and feelings. And of course, as you can well imagine, I have a story to tell.
One of the women in my monthly group wanted a new relationship – we’ll call her Val as its Valentine’s Day on Saturday. Val was a very lively lady: vivacious; quick witted with ready laughter. She wanted a man in her life – but not just any man. She had very specific ideas of who she wanted in her life – and one of the really important things to her was her new man must be as interested in music as she was!
She laughingly said she’d set her mind on Michael Buble!
Val decided to write a list of everything she wanted in her new relationship. She was not coming from a place of ‘lack’ – she was coming from the place of fun and laughter as she wrote out a long list – and I mean a very long list – she jokingly said she had 99 things on her list and I could well believe that.
At the meeting the following month, we all waited, on tender-hooks, to see if Val had met the man of her dreams. But alas, no magnificent Hollywood type meeting had taken place, but she wasn’t disappointed. She knew she had high expectations and she was prepared to wait.
Another month when by and no Val at the meeting. And then another month and still no Val. She came regularly to the meetings and we missed her – let alone wanting to hear a happy ending.
About four months past and then Val arrived. She was glowing! She was in love!
Cupid didn’t have to work too hard to bring Val together with her new man – because they already knew each other: they were very good friends.
Then one evening, while they sat drinking tea at the kitchen table, Cupid drew back his bow – and the rest , as they say, is history!
Have you noticed that often, when we’re looking for something special, its right under our nose, but we don’t see it.
Watch out for a small chubby cherub with wings and a bow and arrow on Saturday!