<>“I’ve read this before on your success stories and I agree: your work is the ‘missing link’ I was waiting for. I was trying so hard to ‘attract’ a better life and didn’t realise my ‘trying’ was blocking this better life from happening. The ease of your meditations and appreciations (and other techniques) have touched my life like nothing before- and it seems that the less I do; the less I think; the less Law of Attraction sites I subscribe to (apart from yours); the more I relax- the more good happens. My manifestations so far? I’m earning more money than I’ve earned in years; I seem to attract eligible men wherever I go… Which would be amazing (and is an amazing compliment)- if it wasn’t for the fact I am well and truly ‘settled’ in my current committed relationship (which yes, I attracted after you’re Finding Love with the Law of Attraction workshop a few years ago). Thank you for allowing me to live life as I was meant to live it- and the opportunity to share my success with everyone. See you at a group soon!” >
<>As for losing faith in the Universe, that phrasing suggests you are applying ‘humanness’ to this force, and looking at it as something that makes decisions, rewards people,etc… It implies you are waiting for it to give you something. It is much more mechanical than that..it is neutral. It can only reflect back to us our predominant beliefs and feelings–it can’t deliver something because we are a good person, or are trying really hard,etc.. Think of it as a computer–input,output. >
<>If you’re going to manifest your soulmate, it’s vital to first understand why it is that your attempts to find love so often go awry. Everyone’s story of looking for love is slightly different. However, there are often common factors in play that can block you from creating the romance you deserve to have. For example, you may find the following are true of you: >
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