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Letting go, Or, after the love is gone (VIDEO)

posted by B. Dave Walters

You have to know when to let go

 

*This was my most popular article to date…how to get over anyone or anything!*

“I was never one to patiently pick up broken fragments and glue them together again and tell myself that the mended whole was as good as new. What is broken is broken — and I’d rather remember it as it was at its best than mend it and see the broken places as long as I lived.”
-Margaret Mitchell

Over the last few days, I’ve had quite a few people ask me how to let go of negative emotions, especially how to let go of past relationships and move on. I figure, if so many people have asked the same question, then many other people must be thinking and struggling with it in their own lives.

My most popular article to date was ‘Spiritual Loving’, where I explained how to find that Mr/s. Right; so it’s only fitting that we now talk about the other end of the journey together.

I included in the video below a general tool you can use to let go of negativity and hurtful emotions, but here in the article I want to talk specifically about moving on from a relationship that has run its course, especially if it ended badly.
Of course, this works much better if I know you and can hear the details of your situation, so if you want to talk about it send me a friend request on Facebook  and we will.

In the mean time, here are some steps you can take to get yourself through.

1.Listen 
Listen to the other person, and what they are saying. All too often a person asks for space and we won’t give it, or tries to tell us what we are doing that is hurting them and we won’t listen. There are two sides to every story; try and really hear them and what they are saying.

2.Decide if it’s really over or not
Are you 100% sure it’s over? Is it possible it’s just little break that you can recover from if you talk it out and work together?

3.Decide if you really want it to be over
Do you even want this person back? Is this relationship really worth your time?
Here is a test that I’ve used hundreds of times to determine if a relationship is worth staying in. If you’re honest with yourself, it is 100% accurate:
Do you spend more time being happy with this person, enjoying one another, and thinking wonderful loving thoughts;
Or
Do you spend more time fighting, arguing, being unhappy, or wondering if you’re happy. Because if you have to ask if you’re happy: you aren’t.

Whichever one of these you decide is your answer: if you spend more time happy, stay and fight to make it work; if you spend more time unhappy, it’s time to go.

4.Could you see yourself with them a year from now? Ten? Fifty?
Is this person ‘the One’? Are they the person you want to spend the rest of your life with? If you know they aren’t, then all the time you spend with this person is time you’re getting further away from the person who IS the one for you.
Staying with the wrong person blocks the Universe’s ability to send you the right one.

5.Remind yourself of all the reasons it won’t work out, and you are better off apart.
Have you ever heard the saying “no one ever remembers the day it rained at Disneyland”? It means that it is easy to forget why things didn’t work out in the first place! Now let me be clear: I’m not saying to fill up your heart with negative emotions, I am simply saying you need to get some leverage on yourself: the more reasons you know you are better off apart, the easier it will be to let go.

6.Remind yourself of all the wonderful lessons you were blessed to learn from this experience, and how it will make you a better, stronger person.
We’ve said again and again that gratitude is the secret to the Law of Attraction, and we have to be grateful, even for relationships that didn’t work out. That’s why you don’t just focus on what didn’t work, but on the good things and lessons you are going to take away.

7.Have you forgiven them for what they did?
I wrote a previous article  on why people do what they do. For the most part, people don’t set out to do things to hurt you, even though that may be what ends up happening.
No matter what they did, you have to forgive them for it.
Buddha said “holding on to anger with the intention of hurting another person is like picking up a hot coal to throw it: you are the one who gets burned.”
Anger and negativity clouds your mind and your energy, and stops you from being able to attract positive things and new love into your life.

No one can make you feel bad without your permission. Don’t give them the power over you to rob you of your joy. They don’t deserve it.

8.Have you forgiven yourself?
Like I said, there are two sides to every story.
If I ask your Ex what happened, their version of events is probably *very * different from yours! Breakups have a bad tendency to bring out the worst in us, and it may make us say or do things we don’t mean.

You may also be punishing yourself for opening up, or for being too trusting, or having not seen the signs that something was wrong.
I wrote before about how regret can only exist in the past, and fear can only exist in the future. A big cause for all the problems we have in this world is people haven’t released their past hurts, and forgiven everyone involved including themselves. This gets us into situations where we aren’t reacting to what is actually happening, we are reacting to situations that have happened in the past!

Let me give you an example: have you ever seen someone completely overreact to something harmless? Or maybe they got really weird and started acting strangely once your relationship became more serious. Maybe *you * get uncomfortable when things start getting too serious. This is because if we’ve been hurt in the past, we become hyper sensitive and afraid of being hurt again in the future.
But that’s no way to live, and it is DEFINITELY no way to love.

The only way to be in a relationship is fully and openly; it is possible that a person may betray that trust, but it doesn’t mean the next person is going to. Don’t punish the next person for this one and past one’s mistakes.
I can tell you this: a broken heart feels bad, but living life with your defenses up and never knowing true and unconditional love feels much, much worse.

9.Let it go. 
Trust that God / The Universe will make sure everything works out for the best. Even if it’s not how you hoped it will turn out, know that the absolute best thing for you and for ex.

Forgive yourself and let it go, the pain you’re feeling isn’t from wanting their forgiveness or approval, but from needing your OWN forgiveness and approval. Even if s/he calls you tomorrow it won’t make a difference if you don’t accept the truth in your heart.

Once you’re OK with what has happened, you’ll be able to see things more clearly and let them work themselves out for the best.

If it’s meant to be, it will be. You can’t force it, and even trying to force it will just make it move further away.

I hope this helps. Like I said before, if you want to talk send me a friend request, or become afan and we’ll figure it out together.

 

How to let go of anything

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Spiritual loving, Or, finding Mr/s. Right

posted by B. Dave Walters

*My most popular writings to date was a series of articles I did on relationships:
how to find that special someone, how to BE that special someone; how to understand how men think, and how women think,
and how to get over it when things don’t work out.
This is part 1!*

 

“If two stand shoulder to shoulder against the gods,
Happy together, the gods themselves are helpless
Against them while they stand so.”
~Maxwell Anderson

As I have said before, there is nothing in this life more important or fulfilling than having a relationship with your Creator; call it the love of your spiritual life.
But a very close second to that is true, genuine, honest love with another person right here on Earth.
Nothing makes life better and all your goals more attainable than being with the right person; just like nothing can make life worse than being stuck with the wrong one. Take it from my hard won experience: it’s better to be alone than with the wrong person. Because if nothing else, being single opens you up to the possibility of the Universe sending the right person your way; being with the wrong person is one big drain on your energy and happiness.
For our purposes, the bare minimum is someone you can love, support, and grow with who will love, support, and grow with you. If you spend more time unhappy, or wondering if you’re happy (which means you aren’t), then you might be with the wrong person.
So, what stops most people from finding that special someone?
My first, second, and third answer is fear. Fear of rejection, of betrayal, of disappointment, of being abandoned, all of which we already talked about here.
So for our purposes today, we will assume you’ve dealt with, or are at least willing to face your fear and move towards finding that special someone, or improving your relationship with the special someone you already have.
I’m going to let you in on a little secret: this process I’m about to lay out for relationships actually applies to * anything * you want to do or change in your life.
First, decide what it is you DON’T want. Maybe you definitely don’t want a man who’s unemployed. Or you don’t want a woman with ‘daddy issues’. Or they can’t be too tall, or too short; too fat, or too skinny. If you’re already in a relationship, maybe you don’t want to stay home every night, or argue over pointless stuff, or stop holding grudges. Think of it like a reverse Christmas list: write it all down.
Second, decide what you DO want, and write it in as much detail as possible. You can start with the exact opposite of everything on the ‘Don’t’ list, but it’s more powerful to say “I want a man with a muscular body and 6 pack abs” then “I don’t want a fat guy”. There is power in being specific; if nothing else, if you don’t know exactly what you’re looking for, how will you know when you find it?
Think of this as your superstar wish list, nothing on the list is too big. If you want to marry a supermodel, write it down. If you want a billionaire oil tycoon, write it down; don’t sell yourself short on this.
Next, decide what that type of person wants and is attracted to, or what you have to do to get your current someone to act how you want them to act. For instance, if you want your wife to stop yelling at you, how can you make her feel like you’re listening to her? If you want your boyfriend to stop going out with his friends every night, what can you do to make staying home more appealing?
If it’s a certain type of person you’re after, where do they go? What do they do for fun, where do they spend their time? What kind of man is that supermodel looking for? What kind of woman appeals to that tycoon?
Before I tell you the next step, I need to warn you: most people won’t do it.
It’s easier to stay put and accept a comfortable mediocrity than really go all-in and reach for something wonderful. So, before we go on: reread that list of what you DO want. Look how great it is, how wonderful it would feel. Just imagine having a romantic dinner with that person, and a * wonderful * dessert, if you know what I mean….
Got the tingle? Good.
Here is the final step: set about turning yourself into what that dream guy or girl would be attracted to.
I hear you, you shouldn’t have to change. You’re a wonderful delicate, perfect tulip and he should love you for how you are right now. And hey, I agree with you: you’re perfect just the way you are.
But, if who you are and what you’re doing was going to get you that perfect relationship, you’d have it already.
So let’s try something different. Go with me on this, I did it, and everyone who’s listened to me has gotten spectacular results. If you want your husband to stop watching sports so much, try watching it with him and learning the game; who knows, you might like it. If your ideal woman is a cyclist, you should probably learn to ride a bike. If you want a bodybuilder, they may not be attracted to you with 30% body fat. It’s hard to be a mopey cynic and hook the life of the party.
A word of warning though: I’m not saying fake like you are something you’re not, that is just deceptive and will come back to bite you; make changes you actually want to make. Go to these new places because you’re genuinely interested in doing something new, not just trying to bag a millionaire. Always be yourself, but improve yourself in new and interesting ways, understand?
So, does listening to me and doing these things 100% guarantee you’ll find that person? I wish I could promise that, but I can’t. There are a lot of moving pieces inside the Human mind and heart, and there are 10 times more when you add in another person! But I can promise you this: in a few months or years you’ll wake up in the morning and feel so proud of yourself won’t believe it. And that billionaire supermodel bringing you breakfast in bed just might feel the same way, too.

What do you think? Feel free to comment down below!

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How to stop worrying and give up stress

posted by B. Dave Walters

This doesn't have to be you!

In a recent episode of my radio show, Rise UP with B. Dave Walters we talked about worry, stress, and how to deal with it.  One of the core principles of Buddhism known as the 4 Noble Truths can really help shed some light on how to deal with this in your own life, rather you consider yourself to be a Buddhist or not:

1. Life consists of suffering (pain). The first Noble Truth

2. The Root of suffering is Attachment. The second Noble Truth

3. The End of all suffering is attainable. The third Noble Truth

(If there is a beginning to suffering, then there must be an End to that suffering, and therefore a Way to End the Suffering.)

4. There is a Path to the End of all Suffering, and that Path is the Dharma. The fourth Noble Truth.  If you are interested in learning about the Path, click here.

So, how can you apply this to your own life and begin to free yourself from the twin thieves of regret for the past and fear of the future?

Two very simple things you can do are, first focus on what it is you are grateful for.  You may have heard this before, but do you actually DO it, especially when times are tough?  If your job is difficult, be grateful that you have a job at all; many people don’t.  If you are unhappy with your body, focus on what you like about yourself; be it your eyes, hair, how you walk or even your personality.  Keep a list of things you are grateful for and read it as often as you can, especially when you are down.

It’s impossible for worry or fear to exist in the same space as gratitude, so pick which one you’d rather live in!

The second thing is to ‘focus on the love’.  For instance, if you are a writer focus on the love of writing rather than on how you are going to sell your work, even if that’s your end result.   Do everything you do to the best of your ability, and focus on the most enjoyable aspects of it.  If you’re doing something that may not seem to have any positive aspects, then focus on the joy of accomplishment!  There was something that made you choose your current life path, something you were attracted to; focus on that and how great it feels to be living into a goal you set for yourself.

And if you have a goal that you are having trouble motivating yourself to do, focus on how much FUN you are going to have in its pursuit.  If you can learn to enjoy the journey, and by journey I mean process, then you can reach any and all goals you set for yourself since patience and hard work won’t feel like work at all.

To recap: focus on what you’re grateful for, what IS working in your life, and what you enjoy doing now and in the future.

Two simple steps shifts in focus that will change your life forever!

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Q&A: Self-control; Or, How to manage your moods (VIDEO)

posted by B. Dave Walters

It really is all in your head

Question submitted via Formspring.me:
“Hi Dave, do you have any advice on controlling moods.
Today was a kinda off day for me. A guy was trying to flirt with me at the grocery store, and I completely blew him off. He said hi and smiled at me, I said hi back in a not so friendly way! LOL”

We’ve discussed how to feel happy in an instant (with a video on how to do it) already, so here let us discuss how to control your feelings rather than be controlled by them.

The number one thing to keep in mind is: just because a thought pops into your head, doesn’t mean you have to believe it!
Remember, your emotions are supposed to be a navigation system; a way to know if you are on or off track.

The challenges arrive when you start trying to let emotions make your decisions; that is your Conscious Mind’s job.
Let’s look at a standard situation: say you get yelled at at work, and you leave an go to the grocery store. A nice guy comes up and says hi, and you snap at him since you’re still irritable from before, and you end up missing out.

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Sound familiar?

Or, when confronted with the situation at work, you can take a step back.
Ask what’s going on with your boss that made her come down on you like that. Maybe she’s got her own problems at home, or her boss just came down on *her *. Maybe in her mind she didn’t come down too hard at all, and didn’t mean to upset you at all. Maybe she really DIDN’T come down too hard, and you are overreacting because you are too sensitive.

The only thing you can say for certain is, your boss said what they said, and you made it mean what you made it mean.

The specific answer to your question, then, on how to control your mood is to choose to control your mood! Be aware of what is triggering you, and what the hidden meaning behind it is. If something is making you mad, figure out what it is and deal with the REAL issue. If something is scaring you, remember fear is a call to preparation: get ready for it and then release the fear.

Consciously choose not to take out your own aggression and frustration on others, even though they may do it to you. Resolve today to take yourself off autopilot, and start looking at the cause and consequences of your words and actions before you take them.
The ability to still make choices and not be dominated by our emotions is what sets us above the animals.

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Q&A: “I stay because I’m afraid of being alone, but what can I do?”

posted by B. Dave Walters

There are worse things than being alone....

Question submitted via Formspring
“I stay with him because I’m afraid of being alone, but what can I do?”

I have gone on record many time before saying that it is better to be alone, then to be with the wrong person.

In my coaching work I hear all kinds of excuses for staying in relationships that aren’t working anymore. If your reason for staying together is anything other than “because we love each other more than anything else”, it’s a bad reason. Unfortunately, there are still situations where even that isn’t enough.

Let me reiterate: IT IS BETTER TO BE ALONE THAN TO BE WITH THE WRONG PERSON.

There are a few reasons why this is the case.
First is, it sends the wrong message to the Universe. Clinging to a relationship that you know isn’t working is telling the Universe that you don’t don’t deserve anything better.
If you have the courage to step out on your own, then you at least create the possibility of BOTH of you finding someone who can help you feel happy and fulfilled.

The second reason is, it’s giving into fear. The fear of being alone is one of the most common ones out there; the question is: what are you afraid of?
Many people stay in toxic, hostile, and even dangerous relationships with emotionally, verbally, or even physically abusive relationships because they believe they can’t do any better.
To which I reply: unfulfilling relationships aren’t hard to come by; finding someone else to be mean to you won’t be too hard to do!

The real issue is even deeper, and that’s the old fear that “I’m not good enough”. That fear that deep down inside, a person doesn’t really feel like they are worth loving, or that they deserve to be happy. So, they manifest relationships that demonstrate this, possibly even with mates that TELL them no one else will love them if they leave.

The real truth is this: if someone is abusing you, they don’t love you.
Mental, emotional, or verbal abuse are ALL abuse, and should never be tolerated ever.
If the relationship has just gone stale, then you need to learn how to work together to improve it or start the process of letting go.
Remember, as always: if you can’t communicate, then you don’t have a relationship!

How to get over bad relationships, how to create good ones, and how to deal with fear are such common questions that I did three entire programs on just that:

What you have to do is, love yourself first. No one who truly loves themselves is ever afraid of being alone, since you know your value and enjoy your own company!

And it doesn’t matter who you are, what you look like, how much you weigh or what you do for a living, someone out there is looking for someone just like you at this very second.

Clinging to your old sinking ship of a relationship is just keeping them waiting for nothing.
The only thing worse than being alone is being alone with someone else under the same roof

What do you think they should do? Feel free to comment down below!

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B. Dave Walters
Writer, Life Coach, and Talk Radio Host

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Stress, the silent killer; Or, learning to chill out (VIDEO)

posted by B. Dave Walters

“Nothing is either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.”
-Hamlet

Tie a knot and hold on!

When I moved to Los Angeles a few years back, one of the things that struck me was people’s total and complete lack of coping skills!
It is not at all unusual, to watch someone allow their day to be ruined because their Mocha Soy Half-caff Frappuccino came as a grande instead of venti. And if you don’t know what I’m talking about, that is fine; since it doesn’t really matter!

That’s just it: it is all too easy to get hung up on stressing out over things that DO NOT MATTER. In the video below, I explain where stress comes from, how to know what is bothering you, and why; and how to know how to let go of things and *relax*. So here in this article, I’d like to discuss some of the hidden aspects of stress and how you can learn to manage it better.
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So first and foremost: what is stress?
From a biological perspective, our body interprets all stress as one of two sources: there not enough to eat, or something is trying to eat us.
Our physiological system has no concept of an argument with our boyfriend, or having to bring paperwork home to do over the weekend.
As such, our body responds by elevating our hormone levels and preparing for combat: fight or flight.

If you’ve ever heard of Cortisol, the ‘stress hormone’? It’s a hormone designed to give us quick boosts of energy, that is easily stored as fat. It’s a very ingenious hormone to have, when running from bears or starving through the winter, but in the modern age, it is a sure fire recipe for a big belly and back side if you don’t know how to relax!

High blood pressure, cancer, and countless other dis-eases are all linked to stress, so one of the best things you can do for your overall health and well being is to kick the stress-habit.

Because it is just that: a habit.
We’ve discussed before about the difference between being committed and being attached. In life, it isn’t what happens to us, but what we make it mean and how we react to it, that matters.

So considering this can literally be a life or death choice, it’s worth getting a handle on it now!

Everything you are, everything you have, think, feel, and believe, is the combination of your past experiences, conditioning, upbringing and beliefs. So if you have formed a habit of interpreting things in a negative manner, you can start turning it around today.
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Here are a few steps you can take.

1. When something bothers you, ask yourself: what is really going on
here? Or to put it another way, ‘what is so’ with this situation? If you are confronted with someone who is upsetting you, look at it and see if your response is appropriate. For instance, if you find your snap at people when your kids when you come home after a long day, take the time to see you aren’t actually reacting to THEM, you are reacting to your own inner stress, does that make sense?

2. When something DOES bother you, recognize that you have TWO
choices: change it, or deal with it. I talked about this at length before so I will only mention briefly, that all you can do is all you can do. Don’t get caught up in a cycle of endless complaining with zero action, that is a sure fire recipe for stress at least, and more likely full blown depression.

3. Realize that people do what they do.
With extremely rare exception, they are too busy caught up in trying to face their own issues, baggage, challenges, and insecurities to be trying to actively plot to hurt you. Or to put it another way: they are too busy worrying that you are out to get them, to worry about trying to get you!

4. Learn to meditate.
Meditation has been proven again and again to help lower stress levels and increase over all well-being. I wrote another article and posted a short, but VERY powerful meditation that you can find here.

5. Focus exclusively on what you want.
Anthony Robbins says that “Stress disappears in a state of certainty – it is essential to develop empowering beliefs that let you know that there is always a way if you are committed“, and I couldn’t agree more.
If you keep your mind focused on the end result, on the thing that excites you the most, then you will automatically start attracting new and better things into your life.
And finally,

6. Be grateful for what you have already got.
It’s a common belief that if you just had ‘more’ you’d be happy.
More money, more love, a bigger house, a nicer car, but the fact is that true happiness can not, and will not ever, come from things. And I can prove it: everything you have now, you were once wishing for. And if it’s not making you happy now, then what makes you think you’ll he happy with more? So start by giving thanks and being truly grateful for the good things in your life, and you’ll find that the small stuff just doesn’t get to you at all, and even the big stuff doesn’t look so bad.

In fact, I’ll leave you with one more quote from Anthony Robbins:
“Here’s a two step formula for handling stress. Step number one: Don’t sweat the small stuff. Step number two: Remember it’s all small stuff.” – Anthony Robbins

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“How do I get over having been beaten by my boyfriend….”

posted by B. Dave Walters

ONE strike and he's *out*

*This is a question I answered some time ago, but the answer still applies to some one out there….*
Question submitted via Formspring.me
“How do I get over the hurt feelings of having been beaten by my boyfriend of 6 years who was my supposed to be my best friend for 11 years???”
-batteredfornow

If he is putting his hands on you: leave him.
It doesn’t matter if he was drunk, or just mad, or didn’t mean it: LEAVE HIM.
Pack your things and get out. Wait and leave while he’s at work if you have to; go stay with your mom, or a friend, and if he shows up call the cops.
Don’t get hung up in giving him more chances, since the statistics say he won’t change and will only get worse.

Here is Los Angeles there are several resources you can use and shelters you can go to; even if you don’t need a place to stay you can still call them and talk to people who are qualified to talk you through your situation.
Even if you don’t live in Los Angeles, 5 minutes on Google will turn up plenty of help in your area.

As far as him having been your best friend for 11 years…he isn’t your best friend now. If you have a dog who is loyal for 11 years and attacks a group of children in year 11, it still gets put down!

What you have to realize, is you deserve better.
Believe it or not, you also have to forgive him for what happened.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean you are saying what he did is OK (it’s not); forgiveness means you are releasing all the built up hurt and negativity so that you can heal. And also forgive yourself for having been in the situation in the first place; quite often victims can get stuck blaming themselves or feeling like fools for letting it happen. Forgiveness is a gift you are giving to *yourself *, not to him.

Now, once you are free from the situation (or, if you already are free from it), here are several ways to let go of the relationship. And even more importantly to deal with the painful memories  of what happened.
Once you’ve let go of the pain and anger, and the memories don’t hurt anymore either, it will be that much easier to let go of him completely and move on.

Keep us posted on how it turns out.

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Q&A: One minute he’s in love, then he just wants to be friends (VIDEO)

posted by B. Dave Walters

If he 'just wants to be friends'...LEAVE HIM

(Unedited) Questions submitted via Formspring:
“Been dating this man who has been living with me for 8 months. One minute he is talking about the future with me & next he is saying he is not in love with me and he just wants to be my friend. We still kiss, hug & hold hands. What should I think or do.”

 

 

This one is complicated, since you live together; so things are probably going to get messy whatever you choose.

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This guy is obviously confused, which means 1. there is someone else, 2. he has commitment issues, or both.

Think about it: the line between ‘oh my God, I am so in love with you’ and ‘hey buddy’ is pretty clear; so if he can’t choose there is something else at work.

My suggestion is back off; back waaaaay off, and do it fast!
Don’t necessarily try and have the ‘what’s going on with us’ talk, since if he says the wrong thing there will be a lot of tension in the house. Just stop acting like his girlfriend, and let him pursue you; don’t try to get him to spend time with you, don’t initiate contact; let him do all those things.

He’ll either realize you are slipping away and get himself together, or whatever is really going on with him will be revealed.

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Don’t just keep going like you are going now, though; it will only lead to a bad place as you get more and more attached and he gets more and more indecisive. Remember: words lie, but actions tell the truth; you don’t have to confront him, since what he does will reveal how he feels.

What do you think they should do? Feel free to comment down below!

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Applying the 7 Universal Laws; or, Manifesting for Masters

posted by B. Dave Walters

You can have it all, as long as it stays in balance!

On my radio show (Rise Up with B. Dave Walters) we recently talked about the 7 Universal Laws, and how to apply them to your life.

Since I literally wrote the book on the 7 Universal Laws, here we’ll talk about how to practically apply them to a goal you’ve got, or something you want to manifest.

All 7 of the Laws are at work all the time, and work interchangeably. To really be a manifestation master, you have to have them all working in your favor. So even though this is written as orderly steps, you want to do your best to apply them all at the same time.

Understand?

Step 1: the Law of Mentalism.
This Law dictates that all of creation exists in the mind of God, and by extension our lives exist in our minds.
Perception is reality; things are how you think they are.
For our purposes here, you want to get crystal clear on what exactly your goal is, or more precisely: what it’s *not *. What that means, if you aren’t sure about what you want, then sit down and make a list of what you DON’T want, that should come pretty easily!
Once you have the do not want list, you can take it’s opposite as the start of your DO want list. Keep polishing it until you have your goal or desire honed to such a degree that even thinking about it makes you smile.

Step 2: the Law of Vibration.
I’ve written extensively about the Law of Attraction, which is in reality an aspect of the Law of Vibration.
For this step, you want to figure out how being, doing, or having your goal manifest is going to make you *feel *. And once you have that feeling, do whatever it takes to get yourself into that emotional state as often as possible. This may mean doing things or going places that give you that feeling, or even taking a few minutes a day to vividly imagine what it will be like once your goal manifests.
The more time you spend in that emotional state, or ‘vibration’, the sooner your goal will arrive.

Step 3: the Law of Correspondence.
This Law dictates that there are hidden relationships between things. For our purposes, look at other people who have accomplished what you want, and study them. See if you can find out what their habits are; if you learn most multi-millionaires are early risers (and they are), then maybe you shouldn’t be sleeping till noon. If you find out most marathoners run 6 days a week, you might need to get up and go more than once a month. Start adapting the things in your life you can control to mirror the lives of people who are getting the type of results you want to get. In short, do what they do to increase your chances of having what they have.

Step 4: the Law of Polarity.
This Law dictates there are at least two sides to everything: an up and a down; a black and a white. This also means that your journey from where you are to who / what / where you want to be will have ups and downs. You’ll have good days and bad, advances and setbacks. You also can learn and start preparing yourself for the ups and downs that will come with your goal. That dream car will need maintenance; find out what it will take. Those millions will have taxes due, or at least need a tax shelter; start educating yourself now so you’ll be a good steward over your blessings.

Step 5: the Law of Rhythm
This Law dictates that everything changes, nothing stays the same. Night follows day and then back to day again. Even Bill Gates has bad days! What this means is just like the last Law said you’d have wins and losses, this Law dictates you’ll have *lots * of wins and losses on your way to the top, and even after you get there. Your goal is to position yourself to have BIG wins and *small * losses!

Step 6: the Law of Gender
This Law dictates there are ‘male’ and ‘female’ aspects to every situation. This is a point of big confusion amongst many coaches and ‘gurus’; whether you should take action or stand still. The answer is: both. In some moments you’ll have to go forward and act; in others you’ll have to be still and allow. Basically do all you can at any given moment, and when there is nothing left to do sit still and wait for your next opportunity to act.

Step 7: the Law of Cause and Effect.
Also known as the Law of GOYA: get off your @$$!
As we said above, do what you can, and never give up. Never give up, never, ever, ever, give up!

Remember: what you want wants you!
If you are clear on what you want, do what you can, and stay positive you’ll be there in no time.

What do you think? Feel free to comment down below!

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Q&A: He says he loves me, but he’s not ‘in’ love with me….

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Question submitted via formspring:

Yeah...that's not good.

“I recently had my boyfriend say to me that he loves me, but he’s not in love with me. What message is he trying to tell me?”

The message is nothing good.
Guys (and girls) say this when they don’t want to commit to long term.
They may say things like ‘things are moving too fast’, ‘they feel smothered’, or ‘they feel confused’, ‘they don’t know what they want’ or a thousand other excuses.
It may be that he is trying not to hurt you, or is staying for the sex/physical intimacy; but the bottom line is it means he either
1. wants to see other people,
2. doesn’t want to see you anymore at all (unfortunately).

Since he apparently hasn’t broken up with you, it is most likely the first one.
Either way, he has one foot out the door, for sure.

Your choice, then, is to either decide if you are willing to tone things way down, go back to ‘just dating’, seeing other people, etc.; or start preparing yourself for the end of your relationship.
Strangely enough, if he says he wants to see other people, don’t be surprised if he starts acting weird when YOU start seeing other people; guys can be strange like that.

One last piece of advice, though: you CAN NOT nag, guilt, beg or complain him into staying; it will only push him away faster.
If you want him to stay, your only chance is to start trying to catch flies with honey and consciously work to make spending time with you the absolute best thing in his life, and then no other woman can compete.

It may be a better idea to let him go and start looking for a guy who will both ‘love you’ *and * ‘be in love with you.

What do you think? Feel free to comment down below!

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B. Dave Walters
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