The Good Old Law of Attraction in Love

You are here on Earth to create your life, in any way you want.  And one of the things you can choose to experience is Love. 

Love isn’t something that happens to you, it’s something you decide to express and envelope yourself in. 

What most people forget while they’re looking for that special relationship is that we are in relationship with many other people, all day long. Every time you have a conversation with someone, whether it’s in person, on the phone, in an email, or even in your head as you imagine talking with the person, you’re in relationship with them. Maybe it’s not “the” relationship, but it’s “a” relationship. Each interaction you have with another person gives you an opportunity to incorporate friendly, kind, affectionate, loving thoughts, which will in turn strengthen the love vibration that you’re emitting to the world-at-large.

Just like everything else, love has a vibration, waiting to be activated in your life. Then the Law of Attraction will line up people and circumstances to match that vibration. If your love life is less than satisfactory, here are 3 steps to get you started:

1) Get clear on the kind of relationship you really want. Write it down on paper. Be specific.  If you want a committed, life-long partner, then say so. If you want someone who is funny and lighthearted and who loves ferrets, put those things on your list.

2) Ask yourself why this type of relationship hasn’t surfaced for you before. What negative messages go through your mind or come out in your speech about relationships or about yourself? Make a decision to stop the negative messages and focus instead on the relationship you truly want.

3) Decide to make each and every day a more loving day. How can you be more loving, caring or friendly to the people you encounter each day? Make a list of ways in which you can express more of the love you want in your life.

By starting with these three steps, you will begin to activate the Love Vibration and allow the Law of Attraction to bring to you what you’re asking for.

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