Dating after 40 and tired of celebrating your independence? Try this heart-opening exercise.
Are you tired of celebrating your independence and want to find love? Here's a great exercise to help you open your heart to love and find the fireworks you long for with the right man. Fourth of July fireworks will help you in this fun visualization exercise.
Close your eyes and take three deeps slow breaths. Let the air completely fill your lungs and abdomen. Feel your body relaxing with every new breath you take and let go of your cares and worries of the day as you exhale. Imagine a beautiful night sky. The color is a deep rich blue that stretches as far as the eye can see. It has a depth to it that you have never noticed before, as if you get a true feeling for the incredibly expansive space that lies beyond the simple beauty. The sky continues to darken as the evening sunset completely dissipates. The added darkness makes the stars pop and twinkle with incredible brilliance, dancing across the vastness before you.
This is a time of celebration and you are ready to enjoy a grand display of fireworks that will soon fill the sky. The anticipation is enlivening because you know the festivities are in honor of abundance and opportunity; energy and expansiveness. You feel totally relaxed, yet filled with the tingling expectancy of what is about to happen. As the first wick is lit, you hear the rush of the rocket speeding upwards to the stars. The rocket bursts wide open exposing the brilliant sparkling bits of color that dazzle the night sky. At first the display is slow, and one by one the fireworks explode with color and vibrancy. Then things start to take off with many explosions occurring simultaneously, ever expanding as the colors change and spread out to completely permeate your view. Keep reading...
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This article was originally published at It's Never Too Late for Love . Reprinted with permission from the author.