Learning to trust and go with your intuition is especially true when meeting the right partner for you. So how do we do this? First of all we can tune into our intuition by getting in touch with our bodies and how we feel deep within. Think back to a time in your past (or recently) when you knew you were making a decision that didn’t feel right, but you went ahead and did it anyway. How did it feel within your body? You may have felt a heaviness in your chest, or nauseous, or that pit in your stomach feeling. And then, think back to a time where you felt really good about a decision you were making, it just felt right. How did that feel in your body instead? Full of energy? Happy? Wanting to shout it out to the world?! Next time you’re unsure of what your intuition is trying to tell you, remember to tune into those feelings in your body, and go with what it’s trying to tell you. Trust those feelings.
If you can, try and allow your past to remain in the past. Release past loves by forgiving yourself and others (if possible), by deciding to use the experience positively, to learn from and grow.
When you’re ready to meet someone, allow yourself to open up and let the world know that you’re ready and available for a loving relationship. First and foremost, the way we communicate with those around us is through body language, so make sure you use yours to your advantage. Make eye contact and smile (say hello if you want!)… then see who smiles back.
It’s best to try not to make assumptions or expectations about how you’re going to meet someone, or who that person will be. Instead, allow yourself to be open to it happening at any time, or even when you least expect it. Many of us are with someone we never would have imagined we’d be with, and would never could have guessed when it was going to happen. It happened when we least expected it. So, that special someone could be just around the corner. But remember, it can’t be rushed. When you’re telling yourself you’ll never meet anyone, it’s been years, and you feel like it’ll never happen for you… guess what? That’s what you’re saying to yourself on a conscious level, and that in turn is what you’re telling your subconscious… so you’re getting what you expect. It’s cruel, but true. It’ll happen when it’s meant to happen. And remember, there’s no such thing as the perfect relationship. Due to the nature of human beings, and being in a relationship, there will be arguments and compromises, but by being honest and realistic, staying true to yourself, this won’t come as a shock. And ask yourself this…aren’t the good ones worth waiting for?