The powerhouse Iyanla VanZant says, most of us are calling in our "broken parts" to meet each others broken parts. We call in abusers (physical, verbal or mental) because something in it feels familiar- safe even. We call in people who can't commit because of our own unhealed stuff. None of this is new news, I hope, but allow me to share where true love can be found...
Don't Look for Love,
|image from artist Tanya Jacobz|
When you love you, wholly fully and completely, you are a bright light shining in all of the brilliance you carry. Like a moth to the flame, your beloved cannot help but be drawn in. Promise.
In Lynn Andrew's Jaguar Woman, I found a phrase that has never left me...
"You cannot call in your God until you become your own Goddess."
When we carry the wounds, the doubts, the fears, we call in lovers who will help us practice this lower vibration until we are able to finally heal it. When we love us first, dedicate ourselves to our own healing, joy, and passion, we are so bright and shiny, others cannot help but to respond.
If you are ready for the healing that finally reminds you how to LOVE you, oh good golly, can we help! Taking a peek into your infinite soul and helping move out the cobwebs to let you roar is what we do best. From this perspective of introspective, we can easily see, feel and touch the beloved. But until the work is embarked upon, it's all just fluff. Until you OWN you, we can't really see the soul who can cherish you best.
So let's play. I am happily and deliriously in service to you.