Looking for Love?
You’re in the right place.

I once heard that, “What you want wants you.”
It’s an encouraging thought.

Looking for Love means that you are seeking what you want to find.

But there’s a catch.

The Opposite of What You Want

It’s dangerously easy to confuse thinking about a lack of something and thinking about the thing itself.

Money’s a great example. If what you really want is more of it, it’s important to be full of gratitude for what you have. Imagine how good it feels to have plenty of it coming your way.

But if your thought patterns tend to repeat phrases like, “Can’t afford it” or “Gotta pay the bills” you’re actually attracting lack and more financial obligation.

Similarly, if you’re looking for Love to come into your life, you need to identify and appreciate what Love you already have. You must visualize your ideal relationships and experiences as if they are already real.

Write down a detailed description of the Love you’re looking for. Read it every day.

This is the first step in attracting this Love to you.

Looking for Love Where It’s Not

Again, you want to be aware of accidentally paying more attention to lack instead of abundance.

There’s plenty of Love. It’s just a matter of connecting to your Love match.

If you Love someone who doesn’t Love you back in the same way, it’s okay.

I know it’s incredibly painful. It’s hard to understand.
But there’s some reason that there’s an imbalance in that relationship. You’re somehow not aligned with that person’s frequency.

Trust me, I know first hand. I have way more experience with unrequited Love than I’d like to admit.

Classic scenario #1: I’d fall hard for someone who just saw me as a friend.

Classic scenario #2: I’d fall harder and faster for someone than they fell for me.

At the time, I was just sad. This kind of heartache is tough to understand.

If you relate, I want you to take comfort from my story.
Now I know that all of that rejection left me available to meet my husband, the man that can handle the intensity of my Love.

If you’re looking for Love, you don’t want to just settle for someone who will be with you.

You want to find someone that challenges you to be your best self. You want someone who wants what you want when you want it.

Us ladies have a biological clock that can get pretty loud sometimes. It’s not worth trying to rush someone into becoming a parent or spouse if they aren’t ready.

You’re much better off looking for a mate that is able, willing and ready to embark on this greatest of adventures with you on a shared timeline.

Once you’re with your match, don’t slack.

Creating a lifetime of happiness requires Loving thoughts and actions on a daily basis.

The Best Place to Find Love

So how do you find someone that is looking for Love just like you?

You focus on being the person that you want to be when you are with your dream partner.

Get busy doing cool stuff that makes you happy. If you know what you Love, then you’ll attract other Lovers of similar stuff.

The best place to find Love is within your own heart.
Then your happy spirit will be ready to join forces with the person that suits you best.

Are you looking for Love? Put it out there. Connect with other Love seekers by posting a comment below and sharing this edition of The Love Post.

And if your biological clock is ticking loudly,
you’ll want to save your seat at Love School!

Author's Bio: 

Meet Mary Anne... She's always Loved Love.
She's a practicing student of Love and has taught the subject in her books and on her blog, "The Love Post" since 2014.

Now that she's a wife and mother of two beautiful little ladies, she's more determined than ever to teach others how to use Love to transform their lives and have a positive impact in the world we all share.

Mary Anne offers her knowledge and wisdom in a practical, easy to understand way so that you can start improving your life immediately, with Love as your guide.

You can read more of Mary Anne's writing at https://maryannehorsman.com