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Start Asking Why

Asking why you’re here is a good place to start. Finding a relationship, finding a decent dating experience starts with developing your introspective skills.

That is not something we’re taught in any way, shape or form, not even our psychology classes. So here you go. Here is your love university. Here is singles university, and we are giving you a clue on no matter how old you are, where you live, what you think your dating struggles are. Let me be the first to tell you everyone else has the same ones. And this is the first place where you can correct them.

So, activity number one, lesson number one, we’re all about not only visualization, but visualization that leads to manifestation and not just in theā€¦ I will visualize and it will manifest. Yes, that is true. But literally, if you don’t see it, some version of it, it can’t happen.

And this is true for anything you’ve done. Okay. This is, if you’re looking to achieve something real, something foundational, something lasting, think of these things in your life. What else sounds like that? Is it your health? Is it your finances? Is it your family you were born with? What is it?

But if you’re looking for your foundational. Rock solid relationship. That’s going to last you for the rest of your life. Hello, that’s a beautiful order, but a tall order. So let’s give it the space and girth it needs to actually serve you. So, without the visualization of what that might feel like, look like how it might be different from the last go around.

You’re not going to get there. And the really sad reality of that is you’re going to turn around when it’s too late and hope it was different because you were waiting for something to just hit you out of left field. We don’t want that to happen. We’re not letting that happen. If you’re alone, you don’t want to be alone.

You want to find a wonderful love. You can do that. We do that here we do it effectively and we do it on target. Woo. Sounds sexy. Doesn’t it?

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