The importance of living and dating in the present moment, and how thinking about what may or may not happen in the future, can derail a relationship, cause unnecessary problems, ruin attraction and neutralize sexual polarity.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer who is on the verge of driving a woman he is dating away for good because he is so focused on what may or may not happen in the future, instead of just living in the present moment and having fun.
The second email is from a viewer who is living with his girlfriend of fifteen months. He is doing a good job of standing up for himself and what he wants. Over the past few months she wanted him to not spend so much time visiting his mother and recently she did not give him her half of the money for their bills, even though she makes as much money as he does. He stood up to her and was unwilling to compromise his values and principles. She has been hinting at marriage and he wonders when he should propose.
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“It’s always best to live your life focused on the present moment and what you need to do right now. Why? You can’t do anything about the past, and the future is not here yet. Most people’s minds tend to be occupied with thoughts about their past or what may or may not happen in the future. When you are not focused on the present moment, and what actions you need to take right now to create the future you want, you create a vibration of uncertainty, inaction, procrastination, fear, doubt, mistakes and worry. Just like professional athletes can suddenly lose a game they were winning when they shift their focus to what just happened or what may or may not happen in the future, instead of staying focused on the actions that they need to take right now, your life, relationships, career, business, health and things that are most important to you can also unravel and get off track in a very short period of time.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne