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“Myths and superstitions have power over us only to the extent that we believe them, but when we believe, we live completely under their spell and in that fiction. Scarcity is a lie, but it has been passed down as truth and with a powerful mythology that insists on itself, demands compliance, and discourages doubt or questioning.”- Lynne Twist, in her bestselling book, The Soul of Money.
It talks about being empowered as a woman and living your best life to attract your soulmate.
What if you didn’t have to “fix” anything to live the life you’ve always dreamed of?
What if you accepted this radical idea as truth and just set about living your amazing life?
This is what I’m imploring you to do, chica.
How so? Here are some principles that I invite you to embrace and allow to sink in:
1. You are lovingly and carefully made by a kind and benevolent Higher Power.
Americans love the idea of a soulmate, but it can limit your chances of finding lasting love.
Two-thirds of Americans believe in the romantic magic of soul mates. Yet, if these couples are destined to be together in relationships that are "meant to be," how could their marriages fail so devastatingly?
Talks about the inspiring messages I read in an article that are in alignment with my principles.
I just recently read a beautiful magazine article written by a very science-minded neurosurgeon on his "Life during Death" experience and his realization of the Divine. It was an inspiring true story and I found myself breathing easier and deeper after reading it- which is always my internal signal that what I read is true. (I’ll have the link at the bottom of this article for you if you want to read it yourself)
So what’s my favorite take-away from his story ? The message from Up High:
Learning how to take responsibility for your life especially during tough times.
Look at how you handle the challenging times in your life. When the heat is turned up in your life, how do you face it?
hide out in the fetal position?
numb the pain with food or alcohol or sex or… pick-your-addiction?
blame others for your circumstances?
I have found that it is crucial to have some foundational principles to work from on your soulmate.
The other day, I was talking on the phone with a 38 year old potential client who told me that she had lost all hope of finding her soulmate. When I asked why, she told me that she has this belief that she just doesn’t get to have what she wants and that she doesn’t deserve soulmate love. She also said that she’s having a really tough time getting over the heartache of her past relationship with her ex-husband, thinking that her getting a divorce is a signal that something inherently wrong with her.
While dining with our LoveLaunch Program client the other night and celebrating her one year wedding anniversary with her soulmate, she told us about her story to finding her husband. Back in 2008, she started her inner soulmate journey by working with us in our advanced LoveLaunch Program.
You’re single and you’ve been looking to attract your true love for a long time now. Recently, you’ve gone on a few dates, even been in a relationship or two, but nothing has worked. All of your family and your friends are giving you more dating and relationship advice than you’re even asking for.
You’ve got it all. Right now. The life you dream of is yours for the taking. The problem is...
You’ve got it all. Right now. The life you dream of is yours for the taking. The problem is, you may not know it. You’ve been conditioned by your parents, media messages and your friends and loved ones that somehow you are missing an essential element to live your best life. I disagree!!!
I feel a little defensive & protective about the conscious and intentional journey to your soulmate
Today, I’m writing this from a place of feeling defensive. Yep, I feel a little defensive and protective about the conscious and intentional journey to your soulmate.
Because in this society, many people don’t even believe in soulmates. I’ve gotten a lot of flak over the years from people who tell me it’s not even possible to find your soulmate.