“When there are problems, if we would love more, they would disappear. When the love is complete, the problem dissolves immediately!” ~ Lester Levenson

When the love is complete, always includes a positive resolution. There is no uncertainty. There is no ambiguity. There are no unresolved issues. Everything is in perfect harmony. We have all experienced this reality and yet often don’t realize that we created the difficulty and also its conclusion. Through our thought processes, we have the ability in any given moment to change our minds and experience a different result.

Think about a time when you instinctively knew it was time step out of an existing career opportunity or relationship. We may not realize it, although when we are focusing on what’s wrong with any given situation, we are sustaining it. By trying to change the matter, only keeps it afloat. Whenever we are struggling, it is a clear indication that we aren’t in peace or harmony with ourselves. On the other hand, when we focus on the solution or being at peace about the matter, instead of focusing on the adversity, offers us an opportunity for the matter to begin to dissolve itself. Anytime we hold in mind, peaceful outcomes, being in harmony, being safe, we are always applying love to the situation and its circumstances. The circumstances will change based on what we are holding in mind.

Another example of understanding the phrase “When the love is complete, the problem dissolves immediately,” may include working on a project. Say we have a project. Instead of our focusing on what’s wrong, we hold in mind a positive resolution such as completing the project on time, or maybe finishing the project before the deadline, we are creating a better outcome. We may envision receiving help from one or more people. We may hold in mind that everything comes together easily. We may also hold in mind what steps would benefit the project. Often when working with others, we’ll find that the outcome of the project is always better than anticipated because we have more resources available. In this scenario, we used our power of demonstration to attract what we needed in order for the project to be completed effectively. We held in mind what we wanted and that’s what we received. This is another way of focusing on when the love is complete…

Whatever causes us to feel out of sorts or confused, is an indication that we aren’t at peace. If there is a disturbance, we need to take into consideration that the disturbance exists within us. The disturbance is related to whatever we are holding in mind. Sometimes we aren’t even sure what is wrong; we do know that we don’t like the feelings associated with that issue. Whenever we feel uncomfortable in relation to a particular person, place, or thing, we have an opportunity to bring up these uncomfortable feelings so we can be clear of them.

By looking at the situation more closely, we’ll see that yes we are resisting something related to the matter. We may respond cautiously. We may become judgmental, resentful or blameful. Trust that judgments, resentment or blame won’t fix the matter as these energies are negative. We are also unknowingly projecting our frustrations onto others because something is bothering us. Although we may not be able to see the underlying issue(s), they are affecting how we feel. So if there is a disturbance (aversion) that is challenging to us, it simply indicates there is some unresolved issue from our past trying to get our attention. The matter exists at a deeper level within our own subconscious mind and is coming up so it can leave.

In order to overcome our negative feelings, we have to take responsibility for them. We also have to love these factors, so we can release them. Once we release the feelings of limitations that we are holding in mind, they will no longer have a hold on us. Loving a situation fully allows us to move beyond that limitation. This is the highest form of love available. Love is a freeing sensation. Love is an effective means to all troublesome circumstances. Love is communication… Teamwork… Positive only… Love includes making a decision, and holding in mind a peaceful and positive resolution at all times. When the love is complete, the matter will instantly dissolve. At the moment of the love is complete, we are gifted with exactly what we held in mind.

When we can look at adversity and can love it completely, where is the adversity? Adversity and problems can only exist, if we are holding them in mind. When we can identify our own limitations, our own shortcomings, our own challenges, we can therefore take corrective action and begin to experience a more peaceful existence. When we love a problem completely, the problem dissolves immediately because there is nothing further fueling the negativity.

Give yourself the most enjoyable gift of all time. Love generously. Look at the so-called problems and look for the silver lining that exists within each situation. Examine these challenges as an opportunity of moving forward and being at peace. Look beyond where you currently are and see everything as perfect and complete in this moment. When the love is complete, all obstacles sustaining the issue will dissolve. The law of attraction states, “Positive attracts positive. And, negative begets negative.” Hold in mind what you want, and that’s all that you will experience. Remember, love never hurts. Love is the most powerful energy.

Author's Bio: 

Larry Crane has been teaching The Release® Technique to executives of Fortune 500 companies for years. He has personally trained businessmen, psychiatrists, psychologists, sports and entertainment celebrities, sales people, managers and housewives in the art of letting go of problems, emotions, stress and subconscious blocks that are holding people back from having total abundance and joy in their lives.

The Release Technique has been taught to over 100,000 graduates worldwide. The Abundance Course IS the Release Technique, the original Release Technique Method as taught by Lester Levenson. http://www.releasetechnique.com