Healing Hopeless Relationships

"My husband and I were planning our divorce. Now we're planning our reconciliation."

"For years, my teenage son and I were at odds with each other. At times he was abusive toward me. We are building a great friendship based on mutual respect and appreciation."

"My middle daughter and I were never close. She harbored deep (and justified) resentment toward me. Now she phones me almost every day and shares her joys and challenges as a young mom. I LOVE our new relationship!"

"For the first time in my life, I have a loving relationship with myself. I live as my authentic self-daily, and it feels good!"

What do these four people have in common? To what do they ALL attribute the successful healing of these seemingly hopeless relationships? The Law of Attraction! Amazingly, these testimonials came from people who have been applying the Law of Attraction for less than a year.

What is it about the Law of Attraction (LOA) that produces such a tremendous benefit naturally? Three aspects of LOA are significant in changing how we relate to others:

Self-appreciation, which translates into the appreciation of others, looking for new perspectives on adverse events, and expecting people to respond differently to us when we have shifted our vibration and building a community of like-minded friends.

-Self Appreciation: The Law of Attraction teaches us to discover who we are based on what we love or enjoy. As we sort through stuff, we've tolerated for years, looking for things we want. Then fully appreciating the way we ARE-we find ourselves becoming less defensive, less judgmental, kinder, gentler, and more accepting of all that is. I remember when a strong creative part of me wanted expression. Of course, after years of suppression, this expression had to be BIG-like renovating the main bathroom! I had devalued, depreciated, and discounted the creative aspect of my personality for a long time, and now it was reasserting itself. I threw my whole being into that renovation, calling upon all my creative energy, natural talent, eye for color, design, balance, and financial resources. The result was a beautiful bathroom spa. The finished product was so lovely and used in a commercial because I chose to honor my true self. True love and appreciation begin with self-appreciation, self-love, and self-care. We can only love others to the degree that we love and accept ourselves.

-Expecting Good Responses: Eventually, we begin to trust that when we meet someone with our highest vibration and expect them to respond harmoniously, they DO! While we cannot 'make' anyone react to us in ways that feel good to us, we can offer them the opportunity to make a good response. If we are looking for the good in them-looking for their very best and kindest response-they will find it easier to show us that side of their personality. It's like our high vibration calls forth the best in the other person.

-Building a Community of Like-Minded Friends: It's hard to change your mindset and focus in life when you feel like you are alone in the process. Sometimes you need a coach to walk beside you, and sometimes you need a group of people to grow and change with.

Still the process of healing can be difficult, which is why we at Lewis Life Coach are here for you in every step of the way. To get started, schedule a free consultation today!

-Warrnette Lewis

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