How to Believe in Love and Be Faithful to Your Love
Q All this time, I had a question that does love really come to those who believe it.
But how to believe love?
Does it mean to be faithful to my love??
A Yes, love does come to those who believe in it. Love is all around us all the time, and it merely takes an awakening of knowing this to be able to see it. We attract people to us that are similar in energy or those that offer contrast so that we have opportunities to see who we are and shift it accordingly. Therefore, when it seems that love is not present, know that underlying any “challenge” you experience with another, it is there for you to be clear on what you desire to create in relationships, but also for you to grow from, release behavior patterns, beliefs, emotions that are no longer serving you and your intentions. The truth then is that love is always there, for you wouldn’t have these opportunities to grow if there wasn’t any “bumps” on your journey.
As you move forward in your relationships and on your journey of life, the more that you connect with the love inside of you knowing that love is always present, that the universe is always guiding you, that the love you desire to create and experience in relationship is out there and on its way to you, you will draw that love to you. Knowing this and feeling this helps to believe in love and know that you are always connected to this deeper love inside of you even if you are not physically embracing this other directly in your arms at this moment. Being faithful to your love means honoring who you are, knowing the love that you choose to experience, moving forward on your journey connected to your happiness. As you allow yourself to be who you are, to take the steps to your mission, to choose happiness in each moment, being in gratitude for your experiences and relationships around you right now, allowing yourself to love deeply right now, you are sending this energy to your twin flame, allowing him/her to love deeper as well, ultimately resulting in your physical reunion. Being faithful is being in the moment right now, honoring your connection, and choosing happiness right now.