Dear Soulmate Manifesters,
One of the questions I am asked most often is from working moms who want to know “how will I ever meet someone when I am so busy with my kids, work, carpool, etc?” The first thing I always share with them is this true story of how my friend Peggy McColl, at age 46, manifested her soulmate:
After my divorce, I was a stay-at-home mom running an Internet business, working in a home office with very little face-to-face contact with people. I lived in a residential neighborhood filled with families and, to my knowledge, not a single unattached man. Although I believed my soulmate was out there somewhere, it was hard not to notice the years ticking by as I waited for him to arrive. I also wondered how in the world he was going to find me, given that I worked from home and spent most of my days in semi-isolation.
Gradually, I let go of my need to know where or how he was going to come into my life, and one day early in January, I simply decided the following: My soulmate and I are going to meet easily, effortlessly, and perfectly. This, in fact, became my daily mantra, and I developed an unwavering emotion of faith. One day shortly thereafter, I went for a walk with my dog, Noelle. After catching sight of another dog on the front lawn of a neighbor’s house, Noelle bolted over to say “hello” to this new dog in the neighborhood. The moment the dog’s owner walked out of the house, I thought, Hmmm . . . he’s handsome! We started chatting, and in the middle of our conversation I found myself having another thought: This is the kind of guy that I would like to be with. He seemed gentle, kind, and caring, and he obviously liked dogs. Plus, he was handsome and masculine looking. From that point on, I stayed open to the way that Mr. Right would show up in my life, resisting the urge to “make something happen” and having faith in the Universe, its timing, and its wisdom.
Then, one snowy winter morning, my doorbell rang, and there was my new neighbor asking me to take care of his dog because his doggy babysitter wasn’t available and he was called into work (he was a pilot on call). After he returned from work, I invited him in for coffee, and the rest, as they say, is history.
We fell in love and within a short period of time were an item. Two and a half years later we married. I just love this story. It’s a great reminder that, it’s not your job to know how or where or when you will your soulmate, but it is your job to tell the Universe exactly what you desire and then trust that it is already on the way to you.
Take time each day to feel what it feels like to be living your life with your soulmate. Experience the love, the joy, and the fun you will have together. Then give thanks and gratitude to the Universe/God/Goddess/All that Is, for delivering to you your perfect right partner.
If you need a little help getting into the right state of open-heartedness, please do this 5-minute “Heartlight” feelingization. You can download it for free at: www.soulmatesecret.com
Wishing you love, laughter, and magical kisses,