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Will I Find Love?

This post is inspired by a question from a reader named, Kimberly, who is 34 years old and says she’s never been in love. She says she’d like a partner to share her life with, but she suffers from heart failure and worries God has forgotten her.

The Council says if and when Kimberly finds love is totally up to her and it’s her thoughts that will determine what this person will be like.

The Council says when Kimberly feels her life is running out (and they add that they don’t see this happening any time soon), there’s an urgency to create the love she desires, but it’s desired from a place of fear and for this reason it can’t be created.

The Council says Kimberly needs to begin to imagine her life with a loving partner. As she stays in this vibration of love she’ll be able to attract a loving partner into her life.

The Council asks how Kimberly can expect to attract the partner of her dreams when her focus is on her life ending abruptly, not ever being loved, and worrying she may never find love. This isn’t the vibration that will bring her what she desires. She must get past the feeling of never being loved. Find somewhere in her life where she’s experienced love and hold onto that vibration.

The Council says it was Kimberly’s purpose coming into this lifetime to create love in every situation. By experiencing being unloved she then has a desire for the knowledge how to turn this situation around so she can be loved. In asking the question, will I find love? she is given the information on how to turn this situation around. Expect it, have hope for it, and feel happiness as she thinks of it. That’s how she will attract the partner of her dreams.

Listen to our 6-minute session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Kimberly and the rest of us on how to start creating love in our life.

October 5, 2017 - Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Imagination, Love, Questions & Answers, Relationships, Spirit, You Create Your Reality | , ,

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