1) I have had a rather bad break-up with my boyfriend. All in all, he wants to move on completely and says that while he loved me and cared about me at the time of the break-up he simply wasn’t happy anymore and wants to move on to a new city, life etc… We have so financial dealings together but he says he no longer wants to worry about it because keeping in touch about cash isn’t healthy and we both need to move on. He has made it clear that there is no way he would get back into a relationship with me. And of course, after being told this I wrote him an angry email giving him a piece of my mind. While I love him more than life itself and visualize us being together again I must say that I find it very difficult to imagine us together, based on the way he seems to feel (or not feel…) about me. How do I let go of thinking of the outcome when all I can do is think about him and that perhaps he will meet someone else soon, or already has etc….
“What I most love about this work is how Life sorts everything out once you step out of the way. I sent out a request for a new partner and more fun and, realising I had been trying so hard to get these things to happen (online dating, speed dating, blind dates, dating clubs, looking for men in supermarkets with no success at all, I gave up and handed it over to Life on the Universe List . What really helped me, too was throwing myself into sports. I realised my previous hobby had been ‘looking for a boyfriend’ and I needed a new one. This request to ‘bring me an enjoyable hobby where I can meet likeminded friends’ again went on the Universe List . I was drawn to join a local swimming club and a running club and started doing these activities three times a week. It felt good to me to know that not only did running and swimming feel good, but as I was participating, ‘my team’ (as I call the Universe) was sorting out my relationship behind-the-scenes. I started to relax about the relationship subject, feeling less desperate. And in a short time, I have met some great men through the groups and one of them is very close to my ideal – I’ll let you know how it goes.”
Step 1: Essentially, you need to make the decision that you really want to attract this life partner. Then, truly commit to the idea of spending the rest of your life with this person. Making this commitment may involve processing old wounds (e.g. via journaling or therapy). Hopefully, the past can be left behind and you can opt to embrace hope instead of fear.
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