It seems like some people are impossible to please…especially when it comes to romantic relationships!
One moment you’re talking and laughing.
The next minute your partner is glaring at you in stony silence or carping at you for some inconsequential thing…when you’ve done nothing at all!
As these episodes become more frequent, you start to get on edge.
Desperate not to tip the boat, you go above and beyond to make your partner happy.
You buy expensive gifts.
You avoid any triggers you know would instigate an argument.
You nod silently as you’re berated for a minor offense.
But none of these actions improve your relationship…in fact, they only make it worse!
That’s because if you go out of your way to make your partner happy, you’ll start to feel resentful.
And your partner can sense this resentment, if only at a subconscious level.
According to the law of attraction, energy attracts like energy. Lower vibration energies like anger and resentment will elicit similar attitudes in your lover.
When a problem occurs in your relationship, it’s only natural to panic. You like everything to run harmoniously.
So you rack your brain to come up with solutions.
But there’s a better way.
First, you must love yourself. When you “seek out” love, you’re at the mercy of external forces. But when you look within, you’re in the driver’s seat.
As you start to love yourself, others—including your significant other—WILL take note.
Once you have self-love mastered, you’ll find it easier to love others.
Then, instead of straining to “fix” your relationship problems, surrender yourself to feelings of LOVE for your partner.
“But of course I love my partner!” you protest. “That’s why I’m working so hard to stay together!”
All too often, though, love gets tangled up with negative emotions such as anger and neediness.
Trying extra hard to please your partner may just be fear masquerading as love—
fear of abandonment, fear of conflict, fear of failure.
Unconditional love does not depend on external factors such as your lover’s acceptance and approval. It simply is.
So the next time your partner gets angry because the dishes aren’t done or the snow isn’t shoveled, don’t despair.
Instead, allow LOVE to gently wash over the problem, untangling the knots.
With the Release Technique, learn to cleanse yourself of any negative emotions surrounding your relationship and replace them with pure, unadulterated love.
You’ll soon discover that much of the struggle in your relationship derives from wanting something from your significant other. The instant you learn to abandon this desire and simply give love, everything will flow so much smoother.
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You can apply this technique to any issue you are facing, not just those associated with romantic relationships.
Struggling to move up in your career?
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Suffering from an unexplained medical condition?
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It’s time to release all the blockages in your life so you can start living a joy-filled existence fueled by the force of LOVE.
Are you the type that frets for hours over a failure, obsessing over what you could have done differently?
You barrage yourself with insults: “Why are you so careless? Can’t you do anything right?!”
They call this “beating yourself up” for a reason. Afterwards, your brain feels bruised, the cloud of angry emotions reverberating to the outer edges of your head.
Or maybe you shrug it off and collapse in front of the TV. Inside you’re a bit disappointed in yourself, but with each episode the disappointment becomes a faint specter until it evaporates.
Whether you choose to lash out at yourself or suppress your anger, in both cases the reaction is a counterproductive one. In fact, all you’re doing is setting yourself up for future failure.
In the first example, you’re equating the episode with your self-worth. This becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Think about it. If you constantly tell someone he’s stupid or worthless, this will eventually seep into his subconscious and erode his self-esteem. You wouldn’t say these things to a child, would you? Of course not!
So why say them to yourself? Don’t you deserve the same level of respect?
On the other hand, if you attempt to submerge these feelings, you are not truly erasing them but simply throwing a rug over them like when you were a kid and you had to clean your room.
They may be temporarily out of sight, but that doesn’t mean they’re not there. Like dust they fester, taking on more and more layers until they corrode your entire system.
So what’s the solution?
First, take a good, honest look at the circumstances that led to the mistake. Don’t sugarcoat things or place the blame on others. Simply see things as they are.
Allow yourself to feel the depth of the disappointment and regret. Cry a few tears or punch a pillow if you need to.
Then, say goodbye to these feelings. Kick them to the curb like a guest who’s overstayed his welcome.
Embrace the failure with love and gratitude, letting go of any lingering rage. Every mistake presents an opportunity to learn and grow.
For instance, say you got a parking ticket. Next time you’ll read the parking signs more carefully and set a timer before your meter runs out. This has larger benefits beyond avoiding future tickets—it’ll teach you to be more aware of your surroundings, quicker to spot opportunities and avoid dangers.
If we address our mistakes in a proactive way, we will emerge from them better than ever—more dedicated, determined, and conscientious.
This doesn’t mean we won’t make mistakes in the future. We’re only human. But at least we’ll be able to learn from them and move on.
But what about major, earth-shattering episodes like the failure of a marriage or a bankruptcy? How do you rebound from these?
It’s possible. But to deal with regret on this scale, you need to dig deeper, uncovering the underlying emotions that act as a driving force behind everything you do.
Once you learn to confront and then release these devastating emotions, you’ll become invincible.
As Lester Levenson, founder of the Release Technique, discovered, no feeling is too big to handle. Rather than hide from a particularly painful feeling, “He began to coax it out into the open, wanting to take a good look at this biggest foe of all, which had so very nearly won the battle only a few months ago. He began to lure those feelings into the open and to dissolve them.”
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Most of us have been taught from an early age that we can only achieve what we want in life through hard work and struggle or being born into the right family.
Understandably, then, the law of attraction raises some skepticism—especially among pragmatists.
You just think about something and then it happens? Yeah, right!
By the same token, those eager to try the law of attraction for the first time might be disappointed when they don’t immediately end up with a mansion and Ferrari.
The thing to keep in mind is that the law of attraction is not about laziness nor is it about empty materialism.
So what is it, then?
It’s about aligning your energies with your true purpose.
This requires some deep soul-searching and focus on your part.
It’s about taking advantage of opportunities when they come your way.
You see, if you have any doubt in your mind that you will be able to achieve your goals, you become blind to opportunities.
Let’s say you want to break into the fashion industry. You strike up a casual conversation with an individual who, unbeknownst to you, happens to be a major designer. If you followed your intuition, you would find a way to slip your fashion aspirations into the conversation. The majority of us would never bring it up, though. Even if the thought occurred to us, we’d tear ourselves down: “Why would this person care?”
Similarly, if you’re too complacent and simply expect your desires to fall into your lap, you won’t put in the necessary effort to spot and take advantage of these opportunities.
Both critics and those who have become disillusioned with the law of attraction tend to oversimplify it.
They interpret it to mean that good things happen to people who think happy thoughts while bad things happen to pessimists.
The truth is, the majority of our experiences are influenced by subconscious beliefs and buried emotions.
Our childhood memories, the people we surround ourselves with, and the information we are exposed to daily all play a role in our inner world and external reality.
In most cases, simply reciting positive affirmations isn’t enough.
Here’s the good news.
The law of attraction is real and you do have the power to create your reality.
It just works in subtler ways that you may have initially thought.
Once you’ve learned how to release the mental baggage obstructing your growth and more effectively channel your energy, you’ll find that your life is richer and more satisfying than you could have ever envisioned.
According to Alexander Loyd, bestselling author of The Healing Code, the Release Technique “enables you to rid yourself of any negative emotions easily and painlessly and puts you in touch with your most successful self. “
Yes, the gorgeous homes and fancy cars might be added bonuses once you have mastered the law of attraction—but what you experience along the way is so much more than that.
You’ll feel engaged and at peace with the world around you, forging meaningful connections.