The law of attraction dating
If you have a passion for the law of attraction and appreciate Abraham Hicks, Course in Miracles, Excuse Me Your Life is Waiting, Lynn Grabhorn, The Secret Movie, Bob Proctor, or Esther Hicks and you are single then you have come to the right place - welcome!
Whether it sounds like new-age-hippy-speak or old wives tales there are some universal truths in the world that maybe we should all be aware of if we want to change our fortunes and attract more love and abundance into our lives.
Whatever you are putting out into the world will come back to you tenfold – like a universal photocopier.
People get upset by this idea when they feel their lives have been wrecked by circumstances completely beyond their control like bereavement, unemployment, illness and catastrophe.
We spend a great deal of our lives trying to make ourselves feel happy with external things.
We may think if only I had a smaller waist, bigger house, faster car, better sex life, more money etc then I would be happy and my relationships would be perfect.
This could be nature’s way of ensuring harmonious relationships and creating the best environment for raising children and these instincts are hard to override.
A match may look ideal on paper and tick all your boxes but if, when you meet them in person, something just doesn’t feel right it could be that they are not the same of person as you.
Some people are better at creating it than others, The type of attractiveness that transcends physical or biological attractiveness is what I call spiritual attractiveness.
Spiritual attractiveness is a kind of gravity that creates the chemistry that draws people together.
While different people have different preferences, physical attractiveness is something that is very intuitive.
My biopsychology professor in college claimed that attractiveness could be explained biologically by a personâ€™s interest in preserving their DNA.According to psychologists if you put a group of 100 strangers together in a room and asked them to sort themselves into four different groups, without talking to each other, people with very similar backgrounds, emotional histories and social class would be drawn to group together.