If you don’t yet have that special relationship in your life and you deeply want it, try the steps below and see what happens.
1. Write out all your negative feelings about your past relationship(s), then rip the paper into tiny pieces and let the wind carry all those old, stale memories away.
2. Find a beach, a mountaintop or somewhere with wide open spaces, then scream into the waves, the mountains, etc., all the “gunk” you are now releasing.
3. Sit with a friend and describe the heartfelt desires and intentions you are now accepting into your life.
4. Begin making room in your life for the lover who is not yet here, but whom you are beginning to feel could soon show up.
5. Receive a consultation in the ancient ritual of Feng Shui to make your space conducive to your new relationship.
6. Write down everything you want in your man or woman.
7. Create a Vision Book to put into pictures the vision of your life with your soul mate, what your relationship would be like, and how you would feel in that relationship.
8. Get yourself out of the house. Each week do something that is fun for you.
9. Find exercise that you really enjoy, whether it’s Pilates, cycling, running, Zumba, or whatever and start working out regularly.
10. Begin your own daily visualization ritual. Each day listen to your favorite love songs, imagining your life with the man or woman of your dreams. Use all of your senses, to see and feel him/her in your life.
11. Take your life off “hold.” Start taking the trips you’ve dreamed about.
12. Now let go. Surrender. And see what the universe has in store for you.
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Excerpted and adapted from Your Hidden Riches: Unleashing the Power of Ritual to Create a Life of Meaning and Purpose by Janet Bray Attwood, Chris Attwood, and Sylva Dvorak, PH.D. Copyright © 2014 by Janet Bray Attwood and Chris Attwood. Excerpted by permission of Crown Publishers, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.