The Secret to Finding your Perfect Partner
So How do you find your Perfect Partner in life?
This may surprise you, but you actually find your perfect partner by being terrible at it. That’s right. That’s how we all do it. It’s really the secret to success.
When you suck at it, you’ll end up becoming really great, if you stick at it that is. When life sucks and things aren’t working out for you, that’s the time when you become really good at attracting your perfect partner.
How Does Sucking at Anything Make you Good at it?
So how does sucking at relationships help you find your perfect partner? Simply by motivation. When you know what you don’t want, you’re very motivated not to do the same again.
It works via inner communication. You communicate with your inner self who guides you by giving indicators whether you’re going in the direction towards your perfect partner or not. A little like playing the kids finding game by saying you’re getting warmer, warmer, colder, warmer, you got it. Your own inner communication is just like that. It will let you know whether you’re getting colder or warmer.
It works because you have created so much stuff in your life that sucks that it causes emotional pain just to stay in the same place. From things going wrong in life to relationships breaking, work that sucks, people in your life that are annoying and frustrations all around. And the more it happens, the more you seem to get.
Now you may not realize but this is attracting. It’s the Law of Attraction in action. It’s just attracting what you don’t want and the more often you do it, the easier it gets and the bigger the rut you dig for yourself. Until you’re actually standing in a crevasse where you can’t see over the top. That’s when you need some help. When you don’t even know there’s a way out let alone be able to climb out of there, then it’s time to get some assistance. To find a ladder.
Attracting Things that Suck can become a cycle
Attracting stuff in your life you don’t like becomes a cycle that can last a day, a week, a month, a year, or even lifetimes. That’s right, some people keep repeating the same cycles lifetime after lifetime. And it becomes a really powerful motivation for change. It’s a foolproof Universal system. And it’s operating in everybody’s life.
So why go through all the emotional pain? So that you can get really clear on what you don’t want. And the bigger it is and the harder you fall, the more clarity you can gain about what you don’t want. And what you really, really don’t want is the pain. You don’t want any more of these dejected and rejected relationships, poor health, or poverty.
Pain Initiates the Progress towards your Perfect Partner
But understand it’s not all bad. Pain happens for a reason and it’s a good reason. Pain is the instigator of change. If you didn’t have emotional pain, you wouldn’t know what needed changing. And the clarity is amazing. Because when you know what you don’t want, what you do want is the opposite. The exact opposite.
Change is what follows next. Whether you’re moving towards what you want or you move away from what you don’t want, Small and subtle changes begin to take place, one step at a time.
eventually. When you let it in.
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Who am I?
I’m Gayle Maree, creator of Spiritual-Soulmate, author, mother of 7 and Spiritual Counselor (for over 23 years).
Someone once told me (a well-respected mentor) that people need “experts” to find love in their life… and I didn’t believe them.
I thought everybody could do it on their own. I mean, I did. I figured out what didn’t work in my first marriage and then I changed it. Actually, I changed me.
Not because I was trying to impress others or I had something to prove to people who thought I was lousy at relationships, but because there were aspects of me that I didn’t like. I wanted improvements.
And I knew that if I didn’t make changes I could expect more of the same types of relationships. So, I set about what would be a continuous, amazing journey.
My second marriage has been over 30 years now and we still work on it, but it’s not the relationship that needs the work, it’s us. It’s me.
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