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Why The Law Of Attraction Is Not Bringing You Your Soulmate


Could there be a tug of war inside of you between the desire to be safe and the desire to be loved?

Are you ready to give up on the Law of Attraction?

Are you secretly annoyed at Esther Hicks and the rest of the LOA teachers because your results are disappointing?

Can you manifest everything else except for love

Here are real questions that I hear on my consultations:

"I would never have attracted that kind of man into my life."

"Law of Attraction! Ha! More like Law of Rejection."

"Why do I attract the exact opposite of what I want?"

These are the types of comments I hear from the people I talk to every day about attracting a soulmate. Believe me, I feel your frustration. The truth is that he could be right behind you and if you aren't tuned in, you will miss him.

I know how fabulous you are. I know how you have risen above some stark circumstances to get where you are. I see what a catch you are.

And most importantly, if you have an itch inside to share your life with someone that will not go away, I believe with all my heart that the Creator wouldn't have planted that dream within your heart without also giving you the power to make it happen.

If the Law of Attraction does not seem to be working, here's the thing. As hard as it is to believe, there could be a part of you that is stubbornly refusing to let it happen.

The inner tug of war that rages between your desire to be safe and your desire to be loved is exhausting. The potential partners you meet may be reading you as confusing and insecure. Here's an action plan that can help you right now: Click here for more

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Catherine Behan is a Dating, Sex and Intimacy Coach practicing in San Diego, CA. For a free 20 minute chat to talk about manifesting your Last First Date, click here.

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