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It’s not over yet! Series Finale with Neale Donald Walsch

Posted on 15 July 2012 by Lui

Attract Your Soulmate Now! is off to a smashing start. 45 of the world’s top love experts are changing the lives of singles everywhere! It’s truly a global gathering of Soulmate seekers, with over 60,000 participants from 171 countries so far. (There are only 195 countries in the entire world!) WOW!

The rave reviews just keep on coming in, and it’s not over yet…

Every day through Tuesday, July 17th, there will be 3 BRAND NEW, insightful seminars available for listening. PLUS I was just informed there is a new surprise addition to the program and I wanted to be sure to tell you about it right away!

They’ve just announced that there will be a special LIVE FINALE webcast with brilliant bestselling author and spiritual messenger, Neale Donald Walsch. You will be captivated by his genuine manner and deep insights.  The finale happens on Wednesday, July 18th at 5:30pm Pacific/8:30pm Eastern.

There’s still time to REGISTER for the Series for F*R*E*E!

When you register, you’ll get updates about the Attract Your Soulmate Now! Series, including information about the exclusive live webcast with Neale.  A little bird told me there is going to be a thrilling LIVE CONTEST during the webcast on Wednesday, July 18th. Best of all, valuable prizes will be given away to participants who listen in and play on Wednesday night LIVE.

(If you were on the Kick Off Event, you already have an idea of just how awesome the prizes can be…and how easy it is to win!)

Details will be given out about how to play on the live webcast so tune in early!

Another great reason to REGISTER and be on the LIVE FINALE Webcast is because there will be a cool surprise bonus offer made at that time. (I can only give you a hint but the person delivering this new bonus offer is incredibly popular, and has been on almost as many media outlets as Oprah.)

This series is an amazing gift…and YOU deserve it! I believe in you.

Blessings,

Dr. Karen Kan

www.LawofAttractioninLove.com

P.S. If any of your friends or relatives might benefit from the Attract Your Soulmate Now! Series, please forward this email on to them. They will love you for it!

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How do I keep him from cheating on me!

Posted on 29 April 2011 by Dr. Karen

Dear Dr. Karen,

I have been married to my husband for 20 years and we have children. Even before we were married, he cheated on me. And he has time and time again! He lies and gets very defensive when I confront him, but eventually the truth comes out. I’ve left him seven times but I always go back. I’ve asked him to leave several times as well, but he always comes begging me to take him back.

And I always take him back because I love him so much. I still love him. I am tired of being hurt by him, but I remain suspicious that he’s seeing someone else behind my back. This way of life has tampered with my self-esteem and in search of solutions I have tried everything.

I now have come across the Law of Attraction but my doubts are still there: does he really love me and want to be with me? and can a situation like this change using the Law of Attraction? Please help!

Nina

Dear Nina,

Thanks for your honest letter. I hope my answer will be helpful to you. But first, I have a question for you?

What are you expecting the Law of Attraction to do for you?

Are you expecting it to magically change your husband so that he isn’t the “cheating type” any longer? Because if that is the case, then I can tell you very easily that the Law of Attraction doesn’t work this way. We can’t use the Law of Attraction to change other people against their free will.

However, what you CAN use the Law of Attraction for is to create happiness for yourself. Whether your husband is part of that ultimate happiness is up to you and the Universe to co-create together. Your Law of Attraction “wish” statement could be something like:

I am thoroughly enjoying a fulfilling romantic relationship with my soulmate.

Sometimes we fool ourselves in thinking we truly love someone when we only truly love certain parts, or aspects, of them. What I mean by this is that you seem to enjoy enough aspects of your spouse to keep him around. But there are aspects of him that you don’t like so you aren’t truly happy. Isn’t that right?

So here’s the truth of the matter:

  • the highest form of love means being able to accept who our lovers are without judgment or expectation, but that doesn’t mean that you always like or enjoy what they are doing. There is a difference.
  • you can’t change another person. You don’t have that kind of control. You can only change yourself and your reactions to situations. When you can change yourself and be fully responsible for your own happiness, then you’ll see the relationship shift remarkably.

So you have a couple of very simple choices here Nina. It is high time you took 100% responsibility for your experiences. He is not responsible for your unhappiness, you are. I don’t mean to sound harsh, but you’ve been on this yo-yo ride for over 20 years now. When will you decide to change your experience? When will you realize that what you’ve been doing all these years doesn’t work?

Here are some choices:

You can choose to accept that your husband “cheats”,  and in that acceptance, you can enjoy him as much as possible when he’s around, and give up trying to change or criticize him for not being who you think he should be (the equivalent of telling a bear that it should acting like an antelope)

Do something drastically different for a change maybe. For example,  study books on open marriages or polyamory and see if any of those resonate with either of you. If “cheating” was genetic, like diabetes, would you be as judgmental of it? Probably not. I’m not saying it is, but what if it was?

Just trying to open minds here…

How about this new thought pattern: Can you entertain the possibility that your husband loving other people in no way diminishes his love for you? Does a candle flame diminish when it lights another candle? Love is light. Think about that.

I’m bringing this up because we’ve been unconsciously indoctrinated in the concept that the ONLY way a relationship can be successful is through monogamy. Anytime there is an absolute rule, we all should be questioning it’s validity, because somewhere, sometime, long ago, someone made that rule in order to control others.

Remember, it wasn’t long ago when women and children were considered a man’s property. And in some parts of the world, they still are (sigh!).

So Nina, in summary, you can either change your perspective (by letting go of victim-hood, judgment or expectations) or change your situation by leaving, but you can’t change him. Got it? Hope so.

So if you’re not willing to leave because having him around is BETTER than not having him around, then just admit to yourself that you’ve CHOSEN this relationship in its current form and stop being the victim. You’re not the victim here. You’re choosing this. When you can be compassionate with yourself about choosing this relationship, then you can let go of all the judgment of how imperfect it is and just ENJOY your husband.

If these steps seem too difficult for you, as I imagine they might be, I suggest that you book yourself into seeing a relationship coach or counselor and get some support. We all need support for our spiritual and personal growth, so I encourage you to be courageous and find an expert that you resonate with.

In the meantime, I highly recommend you pick up a copy of Neale Donald Walsch’s book on Relationships and read it over and over again:

You can also listen to the interview I did with him HERE.

I believe in you Nina. Thanks for helping others with your question.

Blessings,

Dr. Karen Kan
P.S. Anyone reading this post, feel free to comment.

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I love the newsletter I got today about “thinking positive”

Posted on 13 January 2010 by Dr. Karen

The message below is now one of my new favorites from bestselling author and spiritual teacher, Neale Donald Walsch. Why? Because it really hits me where it hurt (or used to hurt).

I was the BEST at “thinking positive”, but also ignoring the “elephant sitting in the middle of the livingroom”. His message below is for all of you who are great at “thinking positive” while your bank account, health and relationships are deteriorating and you’re not exactly tackling the “problems” head-on.

“On this day of your life, Karen, I believe God wants you to know…
…….that positive thinking does not mean turning into an ostrich.

Burying your head in the sand in the name of “staying positive” is not a good strategy. Wearing blinders rather than looking rightat what’s going on right now is not the way to create your vision for tomorrow.

Sculptors have to look at the block and begin cutting parts of it away before their vision emerges in the marble. Look directly at the block if you want to create the art.”

Love, Your Friend….
Neale

If you’ve enjoyed this, consider reading his latest book, When Everything Changes, Change Everything available at the Law of Attraction in Love  Bookstore.

Blessings,
Dr. Karen Kan

P.S. Would love your comments on how this message struck you! Have you ever been an ostrich?

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