“What you think about and focus on, you attract to you. When you focus on what you do want you attract it; when you focus on what you do not want, you attract it. It’s that simple.” ~ Eva Gregory
In my last post I talked about how the Law of Attraction won’t bring you what you want if you’re still thinking but mainly still feeling and vibrating in the place you don’t want to be. Personally, I find this to be an ongoing adventure, shall we say, in my life. It can be a challenge to switch my focus to what I do want when I first think of something I don’t want.
So here are three questions that have helped me and that can direct you back to thinking and feeling what you want in the area of love, along with some examples where they might be helpful.
1) Example situation – You are currently single and really want to find the meaningful relationship you’ve always wanted. Question: What is it that I really do want instead of where I’m at now? I want to be in a relationship with a man who loves me. I want to have fun and go exciting places with him every weekend. I want to be myself when I’m around him and know he loves me.
What is it that you really want?
2) Example situation – You find that it’s not hard to date or be in a relationship but past relationships haven’t been as loving as you know you truly desire and you’re tentative about getting into something new for fear it will turn out the same. Question: Why do I want to be in the totally loving relationship I know I truly deserve now? I want my partner and I to openly say how much we love each other every day. I want to be supported and inspired in my life by a loving partner. I’m ready to grow personally and spiritually in a way that only a partnership can do for me now.
Why do you want it?
3) Example situation – You know deep down you want to find your partner but based on your past experiences you still feel a lot of anger and fear about the idea of being with someone. Questions: How do I want to feel instead? I want to feel excited about meeting my soul mate. I want to feel totally loved. I want to feel safe and secure no matter what happens.
How do you want to feel?
These simple questions allow you to openly wonder about what it is you want, and in that place you will start to feel and vibrate more habitually where you want to be. Just like building muscles, it takes practice reverting to those questions and going back to what you want in order for it to feel more natural. So be kind to your self in this process but mostly just have fun with it.
Have a joyous time celebrating what you want this week!
Lots of love,