It’s important to focus on your desires about love. Otherwise we can find ourselves at old default thinking. What is it you want? Choosing words that are general can really help when you don’t know what the specifics look like. Thoughts like: I want a relationship that is easy, comfortable, soft, gentle and sure, real, honest and true, passionate, vital and alive, full, certain and secure, confident, open, expansive and delicious. (These general words come directly from the wisdom of Abraham through Esther Hicks. You can hear more of their genius on YouTube.)
Distractions and drama can show up unexpectedly in our daily lives if we are not consciously focusing on what it is we want. Sometimes it takes effort to consciously choose our thoughts and pay attention to what we are focusing on, rather than allow negativity to take over us. If we want to see improvement in our lives and in our relationships, positive focus is a necessary step to take. I know that has led a lot of the top athletes and sportspeople to success. Over time they have developed laser point focus. I know we are all capable of this powerful focus when it comes to CREATING GREAT LOVE in our own lives.
Let’s remind ourselves this week to only focus on what we truly want.
My picture this week is a sweet gift given to me by one of my dearest friends…a great reminder to love.
“There is hardly a more gracious gift that we can offer somebody than to accept them fully, to love them almost despite themselves.” – Elizabeth Gilbert (Author of “Eat Pray Love”)