☂ Relationships ☂

  • How To Attract Love Using Affirmations

    Love is oxygen for the soul, so living without it makes us feel lost, restricted and lacking in purpose.

    At the core of it, we are all the embodiment of pure love.

    We just get lost along the way and collect judgements and negativity on our journey through life. But if we can find our way back to our truest and most radiant selves, then by the Law of Attraction we will magnetise love towards us because like will always attract like.

    Giving love is the surest way to receive. An abundance of love comes from within your own heart first. When you are so full of love and adoration for yourself that you are overflowing with it, you are able to share it with others freely and without fear. Over time, you will find yourself with a life so full of love that you could burst; the kindness and compassion you will receive from others will bring tears to your eyes.

    When you choose to see the good in others, you are practising the art of unconditional love. The love that you want to receive is born within you first. This is what many people miss. It is hard when suffering from old wounds or challenging circumstances to focus on the love that lives within you FIRST, in order to then connect with the kindred love that lives within others. You have to give love to receive. By being loving and understanding to others, you will become a magnet for love. The temptation to only receive, receive, receive can be huge because sometimes we feel that we need it in that moment to counteract the feelings of loneliness and isolation. But by chasing after it and grasping it, we will only push it away as a lack mentality perpetuates lack.

    We all embody the purest form of love so we have to remove our fears, judgements and needy behaviour to uncover it. Using affirmations such as this one sends a clear message to your brain, your subconscious, and the universe that you have chosen to remove all faulty love programming and step forward with only love and appreciation.

    There is always an unlimited amount of love available to you – you just need to make the choice to share yours with others first…

    I AM Loved because I AM Love. 

    No-one else can replace the infinite amount of love that I have for myself, because no-one else’s love is more important than my love for me.

    I AM loving others freely without the expectation of anything in return. 

    I release all judgements and fears, because they restrict the flow of love into my life and distract from my true nature. I AM true love in physical form and I AM reverting back to my most comfortable, natural state.

    As always, I get everything that I want – consciously or unconsciously – so I already know that more love is coming to me and I don’t need to chase or cling to it. I know that there is an unlimited abundance of love available, and I am able to enjoy it all with nothing but awe and appreciation. I simply let the love in as much as I give the love out.

    I AM so excited for all of the love that is on its way to me, and I can feel intuitively that it all starts with me. 

    Thank you in advance for my life living in Love… it is better than I ever imagined.




  • The Power Of Your Network

    You may not have guessed this about me, but I studied Economics at University.

    Like most undergrad students, a lot of my days involved watching FRIENDS reruns with my roomies and wishing we were Jennifer Aniston. We indulged in our network as it provided a buffer, and spending time with my friends (observing a group of FRIENDS) protected me from the stress of my unfinished Econometrics calculations.


    Even though I have since swapped the calculator for crystals, I can never help but to include an economic theory in my writing because they always prove so darn relevant, and can legitimate esoteric matters of the universe for a wider audience. This is my main purpose after all – to inspire EVERYONE to use their connection to the universe in order to create their dream life and make the world a much happier place…

    How does this relate to FRIENDS? Well, they had a great network! If there was only Monica and Ross on that orange sofa in Central Perk all day, they wouldn’t have had so much fun. When Chandler, Phoebe, Joey and Rachel all joined, their life would have improved incrementally as they all brought something different to the group and enjoyed the witty repartee that bounced between them.

    Their network became more valuable to each of them, the more people that were part of it. The same is true for you too, because the more rich and fulfilling relationships you have in your life – the happier you will feel and the more value you will be able to provide to others. In economic terms, this is demand-side economies of scale resulting from a network effect: the positive effect on a network from having more people join it.

    I felt inspired to write this article after seeing a few research studies bouncing around proving that the highest indicator of our happiness is the strength and size of our network. Each extra bond we make has a positive effect on our happiness, and it will benefit the other person too, as they are also adding a valuable person to their network (you!). We all add value to each other’s lives, because we all have so much value within us to share.

    Nowadays, our network implies ‘virtual’ rather than our nearest and dearest who we can always trust to be there for us and rush to our side in times of crisis.  But a large online following cannot defend against a feeling of loneliness, and often only exacerbates the problem. The network effect will only blossom when positivity meets positivity, which will always attract more positive people to expand the network further. Really we are all part of a much deeper interconnected network, but in many places the focus has shifted from positive to negative.

    As science and economics have shown us many times over, happiness is interwoven within the love and commitment we have to one another. As religion told us, “loving thy neighbour” is how we remain sane, happy, and derive value from our lives. All disciplines give us the same answer.

    The question is: are we paying attention?