How to master the art of loving without attachments, creating attraction, enabling love at first sight to blossom and keeping attraction, love, relationships and desire growing, instead of dissolving into rejection, heartache and heartbreak.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five different emails from five different viewers. The first email is from a married guy who was having an affair with a younger woman from his office. After a year she realized he was not going to leave his wife for her. Several months later after her relationship with her new boyfriend is not working out, she is contacting him again. He says he is ready to leave his wife for her if that is what she wants, but she seems a little flakey and is not giving him any clear direction. He’s confused by her behavior, but I’m not.
I also answer an email from a woman who was having a passionate affair with a man who she thinks she loves, but he is never consistent for very long. Meaning he only seems to stick around a few weeks and then disappears again. She loves their connection and the sex is great, but lately she is having lots of opportunities with other men, but holding them off because she hopes things will change with this guy. The other emails are from guys who are having problems because they are acting unnatural and not going with the flow which inhibits the attraction women are feeling for them to blossom.
“Love at first sight is a perfect balance between mutual physical attraction, chemistry and a soulful connection. It is the manifestation of divine love expressed in two beings whose souls are aligned and meant to be together. There are no accidents in the universe. Everything happens on purpose to achieve the will of the divine through the experience of two souls who are drawn together and ready for one another. The duration of the soulful communion is directly proportional to their ability to love and accept themselves unconditionally, love without attachment and expectation, and to live and act from their hearts. The more you try to hold onto something in life and control it, the quicker it will dissolve. Love is an act of giving, not possessing or controlling.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne