Even though it was difficult to believe that I could attract my true love, I wanted to have a partner with all my heart.
I decided to take myself on as a client and create a plan using the same tools I use to help my clients.
Did it work? It sure did. I attracted true love in my life in more ways than I imagined.
Michael and I will be married on May 18, surrounded by family and friends. While I may not be the typical “blushing bride”, (this is my second marriage), at age 59, I’ll be walking down the aisle with a thousand watt smile.
Simple 3-Step Process to Attract True Love
- Use EFT Tapping to get over old limiting beliefs.
- Be aware of your thoughts
- Imagine as if you have already achieved your goals.
EFT Tapping to Attract My True Love
After my first marriage ended, I was shell shocked. Some big lies resulted in a total mistrust of my judgement about men. When I finally went on a first date, years after the divorce, I thought about hiring a detective to make sure he was who he said he was.
When I realized how nuts this was, I knew I had to get over it. Distrust was just one in a long list of limiting beliefs that held me back from love.
I used EFT Tapping on myself to get over my blocks to attracting my true love including:
- I’m too old
- I’m too fat
- All the good ones are taken
- I can’t trust men
- I’m not good enough
Focus On The End Result
When we think about our goals, we tend to stop short of the true things that we want in our lives. For example, my goal wasn’t to get married. My true goal is to be happily married for the rest of my life to my perfect partner, feeling wonderful every day.
The wedding is only part of the goal of a life-long happy marriage. To really focus on the end result, we have to go further.
For example, if you are looking for a job, getting the job isn’t the end result you want. It’s being in the job, even years later and still enjoying it.
Future Visualization – the Secret Sauce
This is the fun part. As many nights as I could, I followed my own instructions and visualized myself as if I had already achieved my goals. I still do it, because my goals are more than about getting married. My goals have every thing to do with my future and how I plan to live my life.
Every so often I take the time to imagine that I’m sitting on a comfortable lounge chair on a lovely, warm beach. I’m financially secure, attractive, and trim. A colorful umbrella protects me from the sun. A few feet away are other family members. I recognize my daughter and son who are there with their spouses and children. The other adults are a bit hazy in my mind.
(As of now, my children aren’t married. Remember, this is a scene in the FUTURE. We get to create it any way we want.)
About 50 yards behind me is a large beach house. Lots of comfy chairs and small tables dot the porch which stretches the entire front of the house. We have rented this place for the entire summer.
A little girl holds her hand out and whispers, “Grandma, look at the shell I found! Can you keep it safe for me?” She hands me the shell and scampers away. I notice my son holds a little baby, and my daughter is surrounded by her children.
The sun feels lovely on my skin. The rhythmic sound of the ocean soothes me.
My husband comes up to me and puts his hands on my shoulder and whispers how much he loves me. I don’t see his face, but I sense he is younger than me. I place my hand in his and we walk up to the house together.
Want, not Need
Ultimately, working on this process helped me to become a better person. I’m happier in my own skin, I’m even more content. Attracting my true love only happened when I finally felt good about myself. When I knew that I wanted a partner and there was no need attached, I felt free.
That’s when Michael walked into my life.
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