If you’re single and looking for your soulmate, Valentine’s Day can feel like the whole world is at a party you didn’t get invited to (ugh). It’s totally normal to want a healthy, long-term relationship, and yes, Valentine’s Day can bring that desire sharply into focus (um thanks, Hallmark). We often talk about ‘falling’ in love, but the truth is, a healthy relationship is not something that just *happens* without your input. True, you don’t have any control over when and how your soulmate will appear (hello, meet cute!) but there’s a lot you can do to break through the barriers that might be keeping you single – unless you’re happy to remain single, which is a totally legit choice.
In my work as an energy healer, I often help people move through the baggage and beliefs that are keeping romance at bay, and I’ve noticed some recurring themes. Here are eight factors you might need to address if you want to turn your dissatisfactory romantic form around. Some of them might not be easy to reckon with, but sometimes personal growth is uncomfortable (sorry about that). And if something led you to read this article, it’s likely there’s something in here you need to take on board.
Remember: everything is figure-out-able. I managed to attract my soulmate after an inordinately long time of flying solo, so there’s hope for you too.Read More