Exercise: What myths are you following?
As you looked over these soul mate relationship myths, did you find that you used to believe in some of them? The fact is, there are few of us who don’t. But now that you’ve been given the truth, it will be easier to focus on yourself and how you can create what you want in your own life so that you won’t need to use myths as a crutch or an excuse as to why a relationship isn’t working.
Make a list of at least three love myths you used to believe in then beside that myth write the truth. You could put something like Myth: A soul mate will make me happy. Fact: I’m responsible for my own happiness.
Once you have three love myths written down, create a plan of action so that you can fulfill yourself and also be a better partner when you’re reunited with your soul mate.
Words without action are merely words. Make a promise to yourself that you will begin following your plan of action. The Universe can’t move if you aren’t moving, and it can only move in the direction you’re going in. Choose to move forward with confidence and optimism and you’ll see how the Universe creates positive changes in your life.
“I release all love myths and embrace the truth.”
“Each day I choose to move forward with optimism so that my guides and the Universe can assist me.”
This was an excerpt from Kelly Wallace’s book Together Forever: How To Find and Keep Your Soul Mate