You might remember seeing a post on this blog about the reticular activating system (RAS) of your brain, which acts more or less like a matchmaker. (For example, if you test drive a car, you might start seeing that car everywhere. That’s the RAS at work!) If you haven’t seen the post or are new here, check it out.
With the law of attraction in mind, I want to fill you with good feels (mantras/affirmations) so you can start attracting the love and happiness you deserve. Let’s get some momentum going. Let’s match your inner and outer worlds.
Say these out loud to yourself if you can (and if it feels good):
Today I’m going to take on the world like a warrior.
I’m smart and beautiful and proud of my healthy boundaries.
I love and complete myself and deserve a partner who treats me well and keeps me safe.
I look for compatibility in a partner because I deserve a lasting relationship.
I know how to make myself happy at the end of the day.
I can proudly and confidently say “no” if I feel uncomfortable or tired.
I’m emotionally intelligent and know how to constructively communicate in the face of conflict.
I know how to fulfill my needs.
I’m in a powerful relationship with myself [and my partner].
It’s okay for me to go easy on myself.
My partner and I make our lives immeasurably better.
I’m happy where I am in my life.
No matter what happens, I can grieve appropriately, learn from my experiences, and move on like a pro.
I’m exactly where I need to be in my life.
The universe always has my back, even if it doesn’t always seem like it.
I can press the “reset” button whenever I need to.
I’m also strong enough to power through tough obstacles, even if it seems impossible.
I’m a gentle(wo)man and a scholar ;-).
There’s an opportunity in every (relationship) conflict I face.
I see majestic goodness when I look in the mirror.
The world is better than my mind sometimes makes things out to be.
I can always assume my partner has good intentions.
It’s freeing to accept what I can’t control and just be.
There are plenty of kind, considerate (wo)men in the world if I look in the right places and choose my network carefully.
It’s okay to be imperfect and laugh at my “mistakes.” (Certified life coaches say there are no mistakes, only learning opportunities.)
I’m comfortable doing my own thing.
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