Love and the Law of Attraction
Valentine’s Day and a full moon
A full moon and Valentine’s Day on the same day – that’s a double opportunity for romance and love to flourish. Won’t the Law of Attraction have a delicious time with that?
Falling is love is a wonderful experience and it’s often connected with ‘moonlight and roses’ and we all know that it can be like this – but how long for? Falling in love is a glorious experience but unfortunately, it frequently doesn’t last longer than three months as the realities of life seem to come back into our lives. If it lasted any longer at that intense level, we’d burn out our adrenaline glands.
However, please don’t think I’m being cynical because if the attachment between two lovers lasts more than six weeks or so, there is the possibility that something deeper and more wonderful will begin to grow.
Love is just like a plant, if needs to be nurtured, cared for with gentle and tender kindness. If a plant doesn’t get what it needs, it will die – and so will love.
Love is a dance between you; it is something to be cherished and celebrated. Think of Valentine’s Day as a wake-up call to reconsider the needs of your partner.
Suggestions for rekindling love
Here are a few things to help you create a deeper love, rekindle a flagging love or to help you attract an extraordinary relationship into your life. Remember the Law of Attraction responds to what you think and feel.. so feel love and more love will come into your life.
Our life is our story. Literary, our life is the story we tell ourselves about our self and about others in our life. If you are not happy, rewrite your story. Rewrite the story of you and the one you love. If you’re single, write the story of your love for the one you’re going to attract. Every story we tell ourselves is self-fulfilling. As always – energy flows where focus goes.
Stuck in your relationship
If you feel stuck in your relationship – perhaps you’re having an argument and there is tension between you – do something to break that flow. Walk out of the room – make tea, drink some water. Do something to change your state of being and to give you time to realise that you’re focusing on what you’re not getting, instead of focusing on what you can give to the one you love. Always put your Love first.
Give your partner freedom. We all want and need freedom to be who we are. If they do something that upsets and hurts you, remember that what they did is not who they are. Freedom and forgiveness are a big part of a working, loving relationship.
The bottom line – always put love first.
If you’d like some help with creating a relationship or perhaps with reviving a flagging relationship, why not consider some Mentoring or Coaching
Happy Valentine’s Day.