Why you sometimes have to play the waiting game and let things play out by being infinitely patient when it comes to dating and relationships. Why you need to give the universe and people time to respond to you in a way that you want instead of pursuing what you want and trying to force things. Why pursuing is a demonstration and statement of lack to the universe that you don’t deserve what you want; and why the universe has no choice but to agree with you.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss five emails from five different viewers. The first email is from a woman who likes a guy she knows, but despite her attempts to indirectly communicate that she likes him and wants him to ask her out, he’s clueless. She wonders what she can say without asking him out directly so he will get the hint and ask her out on a date.
The 2nd email is from a guy who started hooking up with a woman who recently left her husband. However, recently her husband has done enough things right to re-attract her and she has since blown him off after canceling a date to spend time with her husband instead. One of the other emails is from a guy who has a woman at work who appears to like him, but he’s been too timid to do anything about it and now she vacillates between openly flirting with him and being hostile towards him. The other two emails will simply crack you up when you hear what these guys have been doing.
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“In life we sometimes have to play the waiting game by being infinitely patient when it comes to love, successful negotiations and getting what we want. When we continue to pursue the things, people and circumstances we want instead letting them come to us after expressing our desire without attachment, we actually push them away from us because the very nature of pursuing is to demonstrate what you don’t have and what you lack. Once you can do without what you want, you then create the space for what you want to choose you back, and effortlessly manifest in your life.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne