Stop looking for Love!

Stop looking for Love!

We constantly hear the phrases "seeking love" and "looking for love" and hear the wails and the laments of the lonely-hearted dwelling on the fact that they "Just can't seem to find love." This is where I come in. I've found my purpose a Life and Love Coach and I'm ready to sort this out for all concerned. I consider it a personal responsibility, my civic duty, my worldly obligation to give back what I've learned from times when I was coming from my own sense of lack. To do and say nothing would be a disservice to all who think that love is missing from their lives.

If you are not getting the love you want it's a pretty solid idea to be open to exploring how you might be bringing about these circumstances about. Obviously, most people seek to blame their loveless state on something outside of themselves, saying things like "There are just no good men out there!" or "All the good ones are taken" or "I'm just not lucky when it comes to love." Reality check, People. There are plenty of amazing men and women "out there", oodles of them, in fact, and the real truth is LUCK has nothing to do with LOVE. (or winning at the casino, for that matter. That's more like ODDS, but that's fodder for another article.)

Attributing our lack of love to something that outside of ourselves is a complete waste of energy and time. It may make us feel good in the moment because it supports us in not taking responsibility for our loveless state and helps to temporarily ease our discomfort. Love, just like money, flows to us when we are in balance and harmony with it and coming from a sense of abundance, not lack. You get what you think about, and your world is a reflection of the beliefs you toss out into the Universe, so start paying attention to what those currently are.

While it might seem easier to justify your "lovelessness" with thoughts of not being fully seen, or properly understood or truly appreciated, the fact remains that it really is all up to you to become the love you have been trying to "find." Expecting some sort of shift outside of yourself to take place and turn the tides in your favor simply isn't going to work, especially without a committment to changing your perception about love and your perceived, supposed "lack" of it.

If you feel as though you don't have enough love, it comes from a place where you are aligning your thoughts and behaviors with a state of being deficient. It's kind of like the people who walk around complaining about being "broke" all the time or always whining about never having enough money to do the things they want. It's the same energetic flow. I say this as a person who used to be this way about money. Not something I'm particularly proud of or care to admit, but I see it now for what it is. The word "broke" is no longer a part of my vernacular. The more I used that word, the more my situation stayed that same. And the same, my friends, goes for love.

Listen up and repeat after me: "THERE IS NO SHORTAGE OF LOVE IN THE WORLD." Yes, there are bad people who do unsavory things, but they, too, are coming from a sense of lack. If they embodied love they would surely be rendered physically and emotionally unable to do such criminal deeds. Change your vibration. In order to attract love you must be coming from a place of love ALL THE TIME. As the law of attraction states, you will attract into your life precisely what you are thinking about and this, my friends, is most certainly, no joke.

I urge any skeptics who are still reading this, go ahead and cancel your membership to the "Nobody Loves Me" Network and get some really strong love vibrations moving through your heart, soul and bod. Stay balanced and open to receive an abundance of Love. You might be surprised how people who are doing the same thing are suddenly drawn to you, like flies to honey. Go ahead. Try it. Then fall in love with someone knowing that you are in state of embodying and being love, yourself.

There it is. In a nutshell, really. After all, It really is LOVE that "makes the world go round."

 

Thanks, Mom

Thanks, Mom

I've wanted to write an article about failure, but I was afraid it would suck.

I've wanted to write an article about failure, but I was afraid it would suck.