I get very excited when I think back on when I took charge of creating my life and my relationships. Especially romantic relationships after I went through my divorce.
I think of it as being the director of my own life movie. Imagine writing your own script for your own life movie. What type of movie would you write? A romantic comedy, an adventure film, a documentary, maybe its not a film at all, maybe it’s a TV series?
Let’s do a movie series together! Let’s write your own movie script, starting with a romantic comedy.
Romantic relationships are our greatest teachers. But how do we attract relationships we want into our life? Start with this video on ATTRACTING RELATIONSHIPS to get your creative juices going!
Romantic relationships reflect back to us our neediness and wounds in order to give us opportunities to heal ourselves. Your relationship with others starts with you and is complicated by your childhood programming and wounds.
When we become aware of our emotional, mental and physical programmed reactions or triggers in our relationships, we learn what we need to do our OWN inner work on, rather than asking our partner to change.
We are the creators of our world and we attract to us what we imagine to be true. So, if your relationship is not meeting your needs, I would suggest you become aware of where you are not meeting your own needs.
Look at attention/connection, love, respect, validation, safety, security, and support as top areas of needs.
In this Ester Hicks/Abraham video on relationships, Abraham shares how we get out of alignment energetically with ourselves and how that creates resistance in our relationship with others rather than attraction.
As soon as we get uncomfortable with ourselves, so does the relationship.
To get the relationship you really desire, you have to do your inner work and be as steady as you can be.
The Law of Attraction is real, you live in a energetic world.
Now, have fun creating your own romantic comedy!