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I cannot stress enough the importance of watching your words. It is especially vital around this time of year. There is so much "love" energy in the air, be it natural or manufactured, and so many of us are looking for love. But every year around this time singles (women AND men) use their words to bash love and lovers. Consciously and subconciously. Either way it's extremely distructive. If we understand that our words and thoughts are the nails and glue that piece our worlds together, why then would we speak AGAINST the things we want? It's ok to say "Yes, I want to be in love and I want someone to be in love with me", "Yes, I want to feel intense passion, connection and intimacy with my soul mate and I want it all reciprocated!", "Yes, I believe in love and I BLESS the day when it shows it's beautiful face in my life". It may feel ridiculous to say all these things if you've convinced yourself that love is an unequal compromise, a battle of the sexes or a sacrifice of some sort. If you have convinced yourself that "all men" or "all women" are the same. If you are unwavering on the way you perceive love to behave when it finds "you", or that "fairytales are BS".
     I know how it feels to think love is always passing you by, but it's not. Love goes where it is welcomed and it flourishes where it is nourished with positivity and vulnerability. When a crack appears in the walls of your belief about love, it may slip through but when you actively change your thoughts and words, breaking down those walls, love can freely flow into your life with abandon. You CAN create with your words the exact relationships, friendships, careers, EVERYTHING that you desire. So if you desire real, fulfilling love, put your "just being honest" card to the side and reshuffle the deck. Use words that empower you toward love and that empower love toward you. Say instead " I am worthy of all the love my heart can handle", "When I give my love, it comes back to me multiplied and it always feels good", "There is no separation between my soulmate and myself, I feel his loving presence and soon I will see him.", " I love love and love loves me!"  The more life you speak into your lovelife, the more alive and thriving it will be. I'm sure of it. I was once the girl who said "what's wrong with me? Why can't I find/keep love". When I changed my thoughts, words and actions towards love, it showed up where it had always been, grew strong and stayed!

Peace and More Love
<3 y'all

Shalom

 





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