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As we transform our relationship with ourselves, our external world will alter accordingly. Not only did I meet my future husband as a result, but all the relationships in my life completely transformed. We work together through very specific steps that lay the foundation for love to flourish, as you begin organizing your life to become magnetic to the love and partnership you desire. The duration of the coaching program is 8 weeks. We will begin with a 90 minute introductory session. So that I can get clear on your goals and history, this first session will orientate you to the work.
For years, I longed to be in a committed, loving relationship with someone who I adored and who adored me back, and with whom I could create a happy family of our own.
I kept trying to figure it out. I had no problem meeting men. But the men who liked me always turned out to be unavailable in one way or another. It was uncanny.
Married men, alcoholic men, commitment phobic men, engaged men. If it was an impossible love, I was a magnet for it. Yet, soon after my 41st birthday, I was fortunate enough to learn about the power of setting intentions and standing for an unprecedented and even unpredictable future.
Having joined a group whose purpose was to support one another to cause outrageous breakthroughs in all areas of life, I watched in amazement as miracle after miracle unfolded for my friends. One person doubled her income in three months. Another shot up the corporate ladder in record time.
Now that was a mere eight months away and I had no prospects for a husband, let alone a great husband! When I called a friend from the group to declare my intention, I was relieved that she did not laugh or tell me that a woman over 40 has a better chance of being hit by a bus than to find a wonderful husband.
Rather than run out to try to find love, my friend had shown me that it was about first going within to discover and release all the barriers I had built against it. In finally looking within to discover myself as the source of my painful relational patterns and in asking myself questions that helped me see the many ways that I was actually unavailable to love, I began to clearly see the subtle yet pervasive ways I was unknowingly keeping it at bay.
And as I began to take responsibility at a whole new level for my covert attitudes, misguided loyalties, deep-seated ambivalence, faulty beliefs and hidden agendas, I found myself becoming more and more open to love.
And by consciously releasing these inner barriers to love, I became truly available to create a loving, committed, romantic partnership—for the very first time in my adult life.
I did this by starting each day with a specific practice that allowed me to continue aligning my consciousness with a future of love fulfilled. Yet I had a shy attack and looked away just long enough for him to leave without saying hello. Two weeks later, however, when a friend convinced me to try online dating this was 15 years ago when no one even had their pictures posted!
I chose only one to respond to. And when he wrote me back the next day, I saw from his email address that it was. We were engaged two months before my 42nd birthday, married the next year and then I gave birth to our daughter the following year.
Talk about a miracle. It worked. Yet learning how to identify and release them is actually quite simple.
Whoops, that's me. The people, in other words who are pretty clueless about the inconsistencies of their stated desires and their actual actions. You can't get through this book without having at least a half dozen epiphanies about how your actions are netting you your current reality. What I think works is the consistency of a prescribed daily practice--a totally doable daily practice.
It's not like the book is suggesting starting off with a daily two hour meditation practice like some spiritual programs do. These practices went to the heart of things: they alternatively made me scream with frustration or cry with delight. Having spent 22 years in therapy of some sort or other I was astounded how much there was yet to learn about myself.
Frankly, I was traveling for four of the seven weeks and I still managed to do it daily, but I know there were days when I accomplished the lessons with less than best effort. The most successful way to do this book is in a small group to hold each other accountable. We were four in number; that's a nice round number.
The result: one woman had moved in with a man her "true" love before the end of the program but to be honest this woman could meet a suitable, available man on Mars ; one woman met and dated and broke up with a potential mate; one of us--okay, me--decided I needed to go back into therapy to deal with my daddy issues; and the fourth lost 23 pounds and hooked up with half a dozen guys, but is no where nearer to finding what she's looking for because she stopped doing the work along the way.
Life, in all its glory, interceded. I would do this program again in a heartbeat. It is a book brimming with hard questions front loaded at the beginning to create a clean slate.
It is only towards the end that you get to the sweet gooey layer of fun and delicious activities. Other reviewers took exception to the "religious" overtones of the book.
I was a third of the way into the book before I realized the author had been in Christian seminary. I assumed from her lack of reference to "Jesus" that she had been at a Yeshiva.