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

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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.

“Song of Songs”: Proof that Love Can Survive

Stephen Simon by Stephen Simon | December 14th, 2007 | 1 Comment
topic: Inspirational Media | tags: documentary, love, marriage, the-secret

Filmmaker Chris Brickler’s passionate, mesmerizing, humorous and touching “Song of Songs” is a paean to love in all its wonderful, messy, complex glory. What distinguishes it from so many other love stories is its empathy for those who fall in love and then find themselves “bewitched, bothered and bewildered” by the everyday challenges of being in love.