Let’s face it, finding a soulmate while your at university can be hard. That’s why its important to always remember that you are not alone on your journey and there are other people out there waiting for someone just like you.
Today we are going to be looking at some recent articles that I found that talk about attracting your soulmate. Now try not to snicker too much, these tips are legit – you just need to be open minded:
Here is the article I found on Huffington Post about it:
5 Steps To Attracting Your Soulmate
Are you looking to attract your soulmate, but it just doesn’t seem to be happening? Or do you keep attracting people who are not truly aligned with who you are?
It’s a struggle I am intimately familiar with.
After two divorces, I did a lot of work on myself to understand what had gone wrong in the past in order to prevent myself from making the same mistakes.
If you are looking to attract your soulmate — that person who is truly right for you — here are the five key steps I used to finally attract mine:
Step 1 – Really look at past relationships & let go
What worked? What did not? What do you want to be different in your next relationship? What negative emotions do you need to let go of?
Emotions are gifts. They allow you to see what is really going on inside and what you can work on to become a better version of yourself.
If you feel anger, sadness, frustration, fear, or any negativity leftover from a past relationship(s), write it out and burn it.
Burning is a powerful way of shifting emotions. It helps release old patterns and beliefs at a deep level so you can heal quickly. As you watch your emotions burn, say “I release you.”
You need to let it go to avoid bringing negative energy into your next relationship.
Out with the old, in with the new. Once you’ve cleared these energies, you can concentrate on the person you truly want to attract.
But of course as we all know, not everyone in university is looking for “the one”. Maybe for the night, but then that’s it.
One thing we all have to keep in mind is stress, especially for those of us that have blended families. Just that alone is enough to want to break down, but here is another great article I found one HuffPo:
4 Ways To Relieve Stress For Your Blended Family During The Holidays
Everyone’s a little shaky after their divorce. So many questions and doubts come into play, adjusting to life without a spouse and then learning to let someone new in. The holidays can be a rough time for many moms, dads and stepparents as well. Over the holidays, some parents will be experiencing their first time without their children and for others; it has become a new satisfactory way of doing things.
Not too long after my parent’s divorce, my dad had a new partner. His new life partner then, was very nice and empathetic until my siblings and I took too much space according to her perspective. It came to a point that my dad’s new life partner gave him an ultimatum, “It’s me or the kids.”
Well, sure enough, just as my dad had always said, “no one comes between me and my kids” he decided to end the relationship, confident that one day the right woman would come along and accept his children. And she did.
The blended family is becoming the most common type of family in the world and researchers estimate that it takes an average of two to five years to successfully blend a family. Step-families need time together in order to bond and figure out the new relationships. In my family, in order to create a loving and a well-blended home, we had to set some time alone to discuss family issues. No one wants a nervous, guilty, angry person exploding onto the scene with his/her kids. Let’s face it; a new partner of either spouse is a difficult transition for both the children and the parents’ new partner.
Healing is an important process to move forward prior to getting into a new relationship and forming a blended family. You cannot heal what you refuse to acknowledge. When you open your heart and mind to the healing process, you need to do it for yourself and your children, so miraculous changes can happen. In order to live a harmonious life with your new partner and your blended family, it’s important to heal your past wounds.
Healing takes time. A lot of self-care and effort is required. Setting yourself up for success and relieving the stress is a one day at a time process.
Getting yourself stressed out for any event never works out. That’s why if your feeling stressed out its probably because you need to get your life in order. That’s why I am thankful everyday to my life coach in Toronto for helping me out.