There is something to be said about the power of positive thinking.
The basic definition of the Law of Attraction states: “What you think about, you attract.”
Positive thoughts have the power to transform our lives for the better, especially our love lives.
Today I want to share a simple technique that focuses on using the Law of Attraction to find your soulmate.
Step 1 – By Focusing On What You Want
In our romantic relationships, we tend to focus on the things we don’t want in a partner rather than the things we do.
Give deep thought to what you want to create in your life. Consider the relationships in your life and focus on what you do want, not what you don’t.
Get in touch with your inner truth, your authentic dreams, your goals, and your heartfelt desires. Honor these and own them without fear, shame, or inhibition.
Step 2 – Define Your Dreams
Your dreams and desires are not subject to anyone else’s approval.
They are yours and yours alone, but you have to define them to achieve them.
Your dreams and aspirations should serve to ignite the passion within you. This passion will not only inspire you to achieve them but will also send a positive vibrational frequency out into the world.
Through the Law of Attraction, the universe will respond accordingly.
Step 3 – Make an “Ideal Relationship” List
One effective way to activate the Law of Attraction in your love life is to create a dream list of your ideal relationship.
Your dream list will be a comprehensive overview of your dreams, goals, and desires. It will represent what you want to be, do, have, and achieve in all areas of your life including relationships.
Here are the steps to make an ideal relationship list:
1 – Create a T-Chart for Your Ideal Relationship
The first technique is the creation of “T-chart.” This type of chart is a very effective way to identify what you do want in your life by looking at the things you don’t want in a soulmate.
Start by drawing a line down the middle of a sheet of paper. Label the left column “What I don’t want.” and the right column “What I do want.”
For instance, within the relationship category of your life, you may want to focus on a topic such as “My Ideal Romantic Relationship.” Start by writing down what you don’t want in one column. Then in the other column, turn it around into an opposite statement, saying what it is that you do want.
2 – Cross Off the “Don’t Want” List
Begin to fill out your T-chart. If you don’t want a partner who smokes, write that down on the left.
Then write the opposite of that on the right side: a partner who lives a healthy lifestyle. If you want a partner who enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle, write that down on the right.
When you have completed your list, go back and cross off the “don’t want” list on the left side of your chart.