"If we were supposed to be together, we would be together." // #mantramonday
Okay, okay. I didn't come up with this one, but damn is it good or what?! How often do we complicate our own romantic relationships with attachments to fate, destiny, and the desire to know precisely how things are going to "work out"? WAY TOO OFTEN. We get caught up in our ideas of how something should be going, and we start tracking out that trajectory on an imaginary timeline in our pretty little heads. He should be crazy about me! He should want to commit to me at this point! He should be dying to be with me every damn second of every damn day! Why isn't this working out?!
How do you know it isn't working out? How do you know it's not going exactly as it should be? Uhh, you don't. So watch below for the super-truth that can and will set you free:
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I know, I know. We don't want to hear this at all, let alone believe it, but it's really true. If you are supposed to be with someone, you will be with them. You won't have to do any kind of mental gymnastics or maneuvering to make it happen. I triple-dog-dare you to get out of your head and lean into the free-ness of, "All is well, it's unfolding exactly at it should be, and maybe I should stop fighting it so much."
If only because it'll feel better and free you up to focus on so many other more wonderful things. Like what color to paint your nails this weekend and which home-DIY project you're going to tackle next (stereotypical much? What can I say, I dig pinterest.)
Thank you so much for tuning in and embracing the hard truth this time around! Let it free you up, not squelch your fire. Kisses and hugs, and I'll see you so soon!