Welcome back my fellow and lovely readers! I am so excited for this week’s MM post because I didn’t even plan this out. So this week’s guide to manifestation and law of attraction is all about love. Be sure to catch up with last week’s post here.
It is almost Valentine’s Day ladies and gents! With that date slowly approaching, it is time that we talk about how to manifest love into your life. Let’s get right into it.
How do I get somebody to love me?
If you have been asking this question, let me stop you right there. Your diagnosis is in your question. As we have learned time and time again, the universe will deliver what you ask. By asking yourself these questions, you are manifesting to universe that you are not worthy of somebody loving you because no one has done so yet. In order for love to come into your life (whether it is romantic or friendship), you have to exude love towards yourself. There is no way for the universe to deliver healthy and pure love to you if you don’t love yourself first. At the end of the day, that is the best kind of love: self-love.
I’m in a relationship, how do I make sure this lasts?
This one is a bit of a trickier one. But if you are at the point of a happy relationship and you sudden worry that it will go downhill, you can manifest a good future. Now this one is a bit similar to the previous relationship tip in the sense that it relies on your own self-love. Usually, if you are at the point of a good relationship than everything around you is positive. Your positivity is exuding to the universe and the universe is returning that positivity. If you get to the point that you worry about the future of the relationship, it may have to do with how you are feeling about yourself. Your worry and stress is the universe saying that it is receiving your self-negativity.
How do I achieve self-love?
Now I believe this is the center to most relationship problems here. In order to feel self-love you have to be confident that you are deserving of love. You must agree that you are an amazing person and that your significant other will only add to your sunshine. In whatever way that may look like, self-love is key to convincing the universe that you are worthy of a healthy relationship. So go out and buy whatever outfit makes you feel confident or spend that weekend in watching your favorite feel-good movies. You deserve it and you will love yourself for it.
I know this a pretty simple and basic guide, but I wanted to reiterate the cliche that self-love is the best kind of love. Even through the law of attraction, we can see how self-love is crucial to not only your own well-being but that of any potential relationships. So go out there and slay this Valentine’s Day my beautiful readers. Leave me a comment below telling me what your plans are and one self-love thing you will be doing this week.
Until Next Time!