Hey my sisters and brothers. How is everyone doing? My name is Clark, of course, and today I am posting here a continuation of my previous article: 3 steps to achieve your goal, which you should definitely read before continuing on below. I’ve been writing a series of posts elaborating on how to apply the 3 steps learnt in the previous article, and today we apply the process to the issue of how to have good relationship (with just about anyone). We are going to go general here instead of focusing on any one type of relationship. If you want a more focused article(s) on romantic relationships, check out my “Love Series”.
First step: Ask
Spend some time thinking about the relationships that you would love to be in. What would be the feelings you would experience in such a wonderful relationship? Focus on the emotions of it, how does being in a brilliant relationship like that feel?
And for most relationships, you already know what you want. By experiencing relationships throughout your life, with your parents, with a close friend, with your boyfriend/girlfriend, you have discovered what you don’t want and hence what you do want. The trick is not to fall into the trap of focusing on what you don’t want. What you don’t want has the purpose of letting you know what you do want in a relationship, but no more than that. Now as you become aware of this, you must intentionally switch your attention from what you don’t want to what you do want whenever you catch yourself thinking of what you don’t want.
Second step: It is given
There are about 8 billion people on the planet today. Even if your current relationships cannot conform to your expectation, all the perfect relationships you could ever wish for is out there.
End of story… It’s time for the next step.
Third step: Don’t focus on what is
If you perceive a relationship of yours to be troubled, don’t focus on what is. Which means don’t focus on the negative qualities your partner, or family member, or acquaintance, is exhibiting. Focus on what you want things to be between you and the other person. Hence, focus on what you love about that person. Appreciate her or his endearing qualities. Either you’ll start to see the other person in a new light, or someone new will come into your life.
If focusing on what you love is really hard to do now, just turn away for a little while, and let things be. Focus on the things in your life that’s working out in order to get yourself in a state of appreciating. In time, clarity will come to you as to what you should do in regards to your troubled relationship.
See everyone as perfect. Now don’t misunderstand that I’m asking you to do. Don’t try to force yourself to change everything negative that you see into something positive. That can be real hard to do most of the time. What I mean is understand that everyone is where they are supposed to be in life in order for them to be successful in the journey that they are on. Don’t look down on them or feel prideful if you’re on (or if you think you’re on) a higher frequency. Also don’t pity the other person, because that is just another way of looking down on somebody. Feel love for the people that you are with, enjoy how life works. See everyone as being where they need to be at this point in their lives.
And that’s it for today. Godspeed in manifesting your dream relationships. Please visit my website regularly, and don’t forget to subscribe to my emails! Just leave any questions or comments that you may have below this and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks a lot!