It’s day five of the Valentine’s Day blog-a-thon! Happy Valentine’s day to you. I hope you’ve been reading along with the Blog-a-thon daily since it started on Thursday, 2/10 featuring a different guest dating blogger every day. There are still two more days to come so stop by again Tuesday and Wednesday so you don’t miss a drop of this amazing dating advice for single women dating over 40 or dating after divorce.
Today’s post is by me, Ronnie Ann Ryan – The Dating Coach, workshop leader, professional speaker and author of MANifesting Mr. Right: It’s Never Too Late to Find the Love You Want. Share your smile with others today and you’ll share the love energy of this special day.
Sing Your Own Love Song this Valentine’s Day
When you choose to work with me, you’ll become familiar with the Law of Attraction and the principle “Like Attracts Like’. It means, to attract love, you have to embody love and create the energetic vibration of being in love with the right man right, NOW.
How can you do this?
There are many methods I share with my dating coaching clients including creating affirmations. You can say them out loud, silently in your mind, or write them down repeatedly. Some people make a “vision board” to visually represent your affirmation.
For me, I like to sing. Most of the world’s religions and spiritual practices incorporate singing or chanting to send your prayers to God. Music is known to lift your spirit and RAISE YOUR VIBRATION. Think about it – singing creates a vibration in your body as your vocal chords work like a musical instrument.
When I was single, I turned my affirmations into songs or chants. The first one set the foundation for what I hoped to create. It was these four simple lines explained below.
1. Please allow my love to flow
I knew that I had love energy within me that had grown stagnant. My intention was to get this energy moving again inside my body and within my energy field.
2. Open my heart and let it grow
My heart had shut down. During college, I was hurt deeply by my boyfriend. To move on, I needed to let go and open my heart to men again.
3. I’m more attractive than I know
Over the years, I lost touch with my own allure and feminine charm. I didn’t feel I had much appeal. To change this I started eating better and exercised. I knew I also had to find a way to believe in my s-e-x appeal.
4. There is a man who loves me so
Another important belief that needed to strengthen was that love was possible. The right man would find me – and I would find him.
Next, I created a little tune and began singing. In essence, I wrote my own love song.
How did I use this chant? I sang that little ditty all the time! When I awoke in the morning, on my daily walk, in the shower, in the car, doing the dishes, etc. Sometimes I sang in my mind. Other times I belted out the tune like I was on a Broadway stage.
Guess what I discovered? It made me happy! The chant wove its way into my subconscious, helping me believe and elevating my vibration to the level of love I desired. Over time, I wrote eight chants to help me attract the right man for me.
If you’re familiar with my work, you know the happy ending. I met my husband on a blind date – the 30th man I dated in 15 months. It still brings tears of gratefulness to my eyes.
There is no denying the powerful force of the Law of Attraction and for me, putting the affirmation to music. Use my song or write your own. Many of my dating coaching clients have reported not only finding love, but also new homes, new jobs, etc., singing their desires to the Universe.
Write your own love song and sing it loudly. The music will be working its magic for you, dancing through the Universe, bringing your love to thee.
Read more about coaching with Ronnie and get started here.
If you missed any of the previous posts from the Valentine’s Day Blog-a-thon, click below:
Day #1 Love is in the Air and Its All about You by Marla Martenson
Day #2 Fall in Love on Valentine’s Day with Yourself by Bobbi Palmer
Day #3 The Love You Take is Equal to the Love You Makeby Terry Hernon MacDonald
Day #4 Single? 5 Tips to Get You Noticed this Valentine’s Day by Paige Parker