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Fall in Love … with Yourself!

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | February 13th, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: affirmation, alone, dating, emotions, February, happiness, love, love yourself, rejection, Relationships, romance, sadness, self-love, soulmate, spirituality, Valentines Day

love yourself

Can you believe it? We’re already halfway into February! I have been getting calls for counseling requests around relationships; Valentine woes and deep feelings of aloneness. I even got a Facebook message from a man challenged with his life choices and loss of love. I am very clear that every person on this planet wants to love and be loved. We all want to feel special, be seen and acknowledged for the beautiful beings that we are. So why is it so hard to “find” love?

Can Everyone Attract a Soulmate?

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | May 12th, 2012 | 2 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: attracting love, dating, finding love, finding your soulmate, HOPE, how to attract your soulmate, intention, intuition, law of attraction, manifestation, relationship advice, Relationships, self-love, The Soulmate Secret

AriellefeatureDear Arielle & Brian,

I am 46 years old and am working on manifesting in my life my ideal soulmate. I know others who have found love through dating Web sites, but I’ve chosen to work on the Law of Attraction, which I discovered last year. I’m very clear about what I’m looking for in a woman. My biggest deficit is I’ve yet to experience a romantic relationship in my life. I’ve been working doing the suggested “feelingizations” and creating space. Yet I really don’t know how to start taking action or what I can do to manifest that special woman.

I’m Spiritual — He’s Not. Can Our Relationship Work?

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | February 24th, 2012 | 1 Comment
topic: Relationships | tags: advice columnist, couple, couselor, dating, husband, law of attraction, love, marriage, nature, relationship advice, romance, spiritual path, spirituality, spontaneity, therapist, wife

Spiritual Couple

Dear Arielle & Brian,

I have been married for 10 years. Three years ago I began a serious spiritual path to discovering the awesome abundance of possibilities in the spiritual world. I have asked my husband to join me on this journey. I have told him that I love him and I long for more romance and spontaneity. His response was very negative and he says I am forcing him into something he is not comfortable with. He surfs, windsurfs and plays guitar and he says that this is way of connecting to the Spirit. Do you think a marriage can survive if one partner embraces the spiritual journey and the other does not?

With love,

Ursula

Best Way to Stop Infidelity

Gay and Katie Hendricks by Gay and Katie Hendricks | January 24th, 2012 | 4 Comments
topic: Relationships | tags: affairs, boyfriend, cheating, dating, girlfriend, husband, infidelity, integrity, jealousy, love column, marriage, media messages, partner, relationship advice, Relationships, spose, television, trust, TV, wife

Happy couple

One thing we keep an eye out for is what kind of relationship advice is being dispensed subliminally through sit-coms, dramas, even the news shows. So when a morning show host began an interview with an expert on infidelity the other day, I watched out of the corner of my eye.

Relationship Detox: “How Do I Get Over Him?”

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | September 20th, 2011 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: Arielle Ford, broken heart, cheating, dating, emotional healing, ex, heartbreak, how to handle emotional pain, infidelity, love, marriage, obsession, Personal Relationships, Relationships, sex, soul mate, soulmate, The Soulmate Secret

Big Love Get Over Him

Dear Arielle and Brian,

My fiancé and I were together for five years. I thought he was my soul mate and we were planning to get married. But last month he told me that hes in love with someone else even though he says he still loves me. I can’t accept the fact that he has been unfaithful and claims to love another. I feel so devastated and shocked because I always felt that he’s the One for me.

What can I do to overcome my emotions and obsession with him?

Can I Find True Love if I Still Love My Ex?

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | June 16th, 2011 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: advice column, age, alone, Arielle Ford, boyfriend, Brian Hilliard, dating, divine timing, divorce, ex, forgive, forgiveness, girlfriend, heartache, heartbreak, husband, law of attraction, let go, letting go, lonely, love, manifest, marriage, Relationships, retirement, SAD, saddness, soulmate, too old to find someone, wife

Older couple hugging

Dear Arielle and Brian,

Nearly 35 years ago my husband walked out on me and our two small children. I was devastated, as I believed he was my soulmate — my one and only. I never remarried because I could never stop loving him and hoping that we would someday reunite (even though he remarried and currently is with wife #3).

Now, as I near my retirement, I am suddenly aware of how little time I have left on the planet and I want to finally let go of the past and find new love. Is it too late for me?

Should I Go Back to My Ex?

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | May 16th, 2011 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: Arielle Ford, break up, breakup, Brian Hilliard, conflict, dating, divorce, emotional baggage, ex-boyfriend, ex-girlfriend, exes, fighting, fights, get back together with an ex, healing, law of attraction, love, manifesting love, marriage, relationship advice, soulmate

Woman with her ex-boyfriend

Dear Arielle and Brian,

I am pretty sure that one of my ex-boyfriends is truly the one for me. We broke up about a year ago after many heated, and sometimes ugly, disagreements about how to spend our time together. Should I now try to attract him back or should I let go of any emotional baggage and try to meet someone new?

Cutting the Cords to Past Relationships

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | February 23rd, 2011 | 9 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: advice column, Arielle Ford, boyfriend, break up, breakup, Brian Hilliard, dating, ex, friends, future, girlfriend, husband, law of attraction, life-coach, love, manifest, manifestation, oxytocin, physical intimacy, psychologist, relationship, romance, salt bath, sex, shower, soulmate, the past, therapist, tub, wife

Cut the cord to your past relationshipDear Arielle and Brian,

During the past year I have done many of your suggested soulmate manifestation exercises, however, I still haven’t been able to emotionally pull the cord from my past relationship with Doug. We dated for a few months and then transitioned to just “good friends” because I’m not physically attracted to him and no longer wanted to be physically intimate with him. I care deeply for him and truly enjoy our time together as friends. I feel my heart is very connected to his but I can’t seem to resolve this past relationship and move on in peace. If you have any advice I would appreciate it!

What I Know for Sure: True Love Is Possible at Any Age

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | February 14th, 2011 | 3 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: advice column, age, aging, Arielle Ford, boyfriend, dating, destiny, divine timing, girlfriend, husband, intention, law of attraction, love, manifest, manifestation, prepare, Relationships, romance, savor the waiting, signs, single, Soulmate Secret, universe, visualization, wife

Soulmate Secret: Find your true love at any age

Here’s what I know for sure: Finding true love is possible for anyone at any age if you’re willing to prepare your self, on all levels, to become a magnet for love.

This wonderful Universe of ours is set up to deliver the people and things we draw to us that are consistent with our personal belief system. If you don’t believe you will ever find the ONE, then, guess what? You get to be right … you probably won’t.

Beginner’s Mind: One of the Secrets to Manifesting a Soulmate

Arielle Ford by Arielle Ford | February 3rd, 2011 | 2 Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: advice column, age, Beginner's Mind, boyfriend, Buddhist, dating, destiny, Diving Timing, divorce, friends, girlfriend, happiness, heart, heartbreak, HOPE, husband, intentions, love, manifest, meditation, negativity, online dating, positive thinking, Relationships, romance, self, signs, single, soul mate, soulmate, the-secret, universe, vision, visualization, wife

Woman relaxing in the sun

What does it take to manifest the love of your life?

I’ve heard from first-time brides (at 49 and older!), from busy entrepreneurs whose 80-hour-a-week work schedules left little time for romance, and from divorcees and widowers who were convinced that the opportunity for true love had long passed them by. Whether these soulmate success stories come from Russia, Ireland, Spain, South Korea, Nova Scotia, Poland, Iran, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Norway or the good ’ole U.S. of A., I can always spot the common theme woven throughout them: Those who have successfully manifested their soulmates did so by finding a healthy balance between intending and allowing; between doing and being.