Finding Love

by Dr. Bobbie Stevens on August 1, 2009

Where does love come from and how do we go about finding love?  First we need to know where to look for it, and unfortunately our programming leads us to look in the wrong direction to find love.

Most people believe that someone else can give us love.  This simply is not the case.  Love is the source of everything.  It is also our source and it is found deep within us.  All of the stress in our lives keeps us from being able to understand who we are and how life works.

Fortunately, I discovered a process for releasing stress and strengthening our nervous systems which moves us into a whole new level of understanding.  As the stress is released our awareness expands and we begin to understand the answer to finding love.  Love is actually who we all are, and we must be able to find it within ourselves before we can find it in others.  Once we know the love that we are, we can share that love with others, but until we find it within ourselves it evades us.

Most of us want someone to share our lives with, and are very interested in attracting our ideal mate or find our soul mates if we are single.  Also many people who are married are still hoping for a fulfilling relationship.  Finding love and creating a happy loving relationship all depends on what each of the parties are able to bring to the relationship.

The first thing we need to do in creating a happy, intimate relationship is to be sure we know ourselves and are capable of bringing love to the relationship.  Next, I have discovered a process for attracting whatever we want.  I call it the seven steps in the creative process.  These steps are (1) clarity (2) visualization (3) acceptance (4) focus (5) intuitive guidance (6) action and (7) manifestation.

In my book Unlimited Futures: How to Understand the Life You Have and Create the Life You Want, I tell you about how I created my ideal mate, and give you step-by-step guidelines for what you need to do to be able to create your ideal mate and a happy fulfilling relationship.

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Delphia July 28, 2011 at 10:06 am

I’m so glad that the itennert allows free info like this!

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