What creates that magic moment? Is it down to luck? Well, there’s a saying that luck is when preparation meets opportunity, so in a way, yes. And the good news is that we can all prepare for that heart-stopping ‘chance’ meeting. Imagine walking into a room that’s open to love and clear. What kind of partner do you want – who will you notice? The person who embodies the qualities you’re looking for should jump out at you. Without that awareness, you could sleepwalk straight past them, so let’s start the tuning process to develop the attractor factor! They say there are three steps to heaven, but actually there are four. Follow through on these every day and, whether you’re glammed up or relaxing in sweat pants on a bad hair day, you’ll be irresistible!
Love Your True Self
If there are aspects of yourself that you don’t find loveable, you’ll hide behind a mask or project a false persona that you think is more pleasing. This means living with the constant worry of being ‘found out’, convinced your partner will leave you when they discover the true you. Identify the parts of you that you think are unloveable, face them and embrace them. People love us more for our faults than our perfections. When you can forgive your own flaws, knowing you’re a work in progress, you become lighter, less defensive, more approachable, more willing to learn and easier to get close to. The hardest person to love is someone who doesn’t love themselves.
How do you express your real passion so that others can see the real you? There’s no more attractive sight than seeing someone doing what they love. If you want to become a love magnet, then be sure to do something every day that makes you come alive and gets you connecting with others. Even if you’re already in a relationship, you’ll bring an awakened passion and ‘aliveness’ into your partnership that’ll refresh that zing!
Practice Makes Perfect
There’s a saying that you can tell someone’s true character by how they treat those who can do nothing for them. Notice what attitude you bring to your daily life and how present you are. Regular self-care and practices such as meditation and yoga can help you be kinder, more aware, more patient and more compassionate with yourself and others.
Appreciate Who You Are
How often do you feel grateful for who you are, what you have and who is in your life? Every time you appreciate something or someone, the universe sends you more of that frequency. Providing you aren’t subconsciously resisting it, you’ll see that quality or situation begin to increase. Making daily gratitude lists is a wonderful way to raise your awareness, but be sure to include yourself. Appreciate your body, sense of humour, and curiosity – it all helps these traits to shine. As you do this, you’ll notice certain values and qualities repeating on your list, and a picture of your soulmate will emerge.