Checklist: Am I Ready to Attract Love?
Are you ready to attract a soulmate?
Here’s the thing… If you’re REALLY want to attract, meet, date (and eventually marry) your soul mate, I can’t give you a bunch of pick up techniques or attraction strategies to find him or her. Techniques won’t help (and they might just hurt)… if you’re not truly ready (even if you think you are).
How do you know if you’re ready? Use this 9 Point Checklist and find out…
Are you in love with you? (Self-Abandonment may be the #1 destroyer of your future relationship.)
Do you have a clear vision for the relationship you want to create? (Who you are in relationship? Who your partner is? Your must haves? Your deal breakers? Even your “bonuses”?)
Is your life shareable? (Women, that’s means happiness comes frequently for you. Men, that means you have – or are seriously getting – your life in order.)
Is your heart open? (Have you 100% healed the past?)
Are you active socially? (If you’re not out there connecting – you can’t connect with anyone… dates aren’t delivered, last I checked.)
Are you willing to be authentic? (In other words, are you willing to tell the whole truth, from the beginning? Especially about your desires – or not – for kids, marriage and sex.)
Are you willing to be rejected and heart-broken? (You simply can’t find love if you’re not. Otherwise your walls of protection block rejection, hurt AND LOVE.)
Are you committed? (There will be ups and downs in dating. There will be challenges in love. Are you in… no matter what?)
If you checked yes to all of these, you’re ready… Go for it. Get out there. Write your profile. Start smiling. Start enjoying. Watch love appear.
If you couldn’t check every box, it’s time for some heart-felt, spirit-led spring cleaning and inner lovin’. Do whatever it takes so that you can genuinely and excitedly check every box above. That’s when love is around the corner! Message me (in the bottom right corner below) if you truly want some help!
*At Ecstatic Intimacy, an all-inclusive website for singles and couples, we welcome all sexual orientation(s), gender(s) and relationship expressions. In this article we utilize the pronouns he/she/him/her.