What does GREAT LOVE feel like? It feels like rich dark chocolate – soft and smooth. It feels like red velvet roses such a heavenly scent. It feels fun, sexy, playful, joyful, romantic, delicious. Contemplating Great Love puts a huge smile on your face. It feels like anticipation, it feels exciting, it feels enticing and captivating. It feels gentle and sure. It feels real and true. It feels like love. It feels like being loved. It gives you the warm glow of light from a fireplace or candlelight. It makes you feel cherished, treasured and special. It feels easy and comfortable. It feels good.

How do you CREATE GREAT LOVE? By staying open, allowing yourself to be vulnerable, listening, paying attention to the details. Taking risks, giving love even when you don’t think you have anymore left to give. Speaking your truth, communicating how you feel. Going out on a limb, putting yourself out there. Allowing yourself to be seen just as you are. Seeing and feeling what GREAT LOVE looks like to you in your imagination. Writing about it in your journal. Being kind, being thoughtful. Sometimes it’s being silent and remaining calm despite the outside circumstances. Being present and available. Being comforting and supportive. Focusing on positive thoughts. Seeing the best in another. Having patience. Trusting in the unseen. Knowing that true love always finds a way.

My picture this week came directly into my email inbox….It is such a great reminder!
For further info on the artist/author/speaker go to

Andy Dooley Love

Love heaps
Samantha xo

“Love cures people – both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it.”
– Karl Menninger (American Psychiatrist)

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