The Law of Attraction states that “like attracts like” and “energy follows attention,” meaning your results reflect your thoughts and your actions.
Over the years I’ve become convinced that the Law of Attraction is a powerful law of the Universe, like gravity.
Friends are easier to find than dates, and friendships often last longer than romantic relationships!
Too many singles lead isolated lives centered around work, home, and a few friends.
This behavior is obviously hurtful for a lot of reasons.
It can lead you to believe that your partner is lying about their life or cheating on you (or with you).
It's important to note that there may be good reasons for their behavior.
) and lean on your friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors to assist you to meet potential partners.
Participating in clubs, groups, classes, charities, church/temple, is the most important way you can leverage the Law of Attraction to help you find your soul mate.
One great way to get involved is taking dance classes at your local studio.
With millions of singles using the internet and the promises and success stories of online matchmaking websites, I’ve heard the same thing over and over from singles across the country who are frustrated with internet dating-Today’s singles seem to be relying on their computer a bit too much and complacently expecting the internet to deliver their soul mate.
This is a version of the Fairytale Trap (one of fourteen dating traps in my book “Conscious Dating”). ) but it doesn’t seem to work effectively as the only tool for finding potential partners.
They might be estranged from their parents, their parents may have passed away, or there could be trauma in their family that they don't love to revisit.