Home Happiness Judith McAdam: Building the Momentum of Love – Sneak Peek

Judith McAdam: Building the Momentum of Love – Sneak Peek

by Judith McAdam

Judith McAdam is our newest regular writer and we are thrilled to have her on board. If you haven’t seen it already, make sure you check out the visualisation track we created with her – it is available to purchase on our site right now. Below, we are sharing a sneak peek of her fantastic article on negative and positive momentum, which appears in our Winter 2018/19 issue. Check here for your nearest stockist, or subscribe to receive a copy direct to your door.

Positive Attraction

Building the momentum of love

by Judith McAdam

Believe it or not, it is possible to deliberately create what you desire in your life. People do it all the time. Life is like a game: there are great advantages in knowing the rules.

Understanding the importance of momentum in this glorious game of life is crucial if you want to positively attract and deliberately create your own reality. Especially if you desire a Lover. If you would like to attract a winter romance to warm the cockles of your heart, or to light a cosy positive fire under your existing relationship, then observing what kind of momentum you are creating is a must.

Anything that is in motion has momentum. This includes your thoughts, words and actions. You are generating many different types of momentum daily. In the case of kindling the fires of love, it is important to recognise what kind of momentum you have underway. Have a look at the following scenarios, then ask yourself: ‘what kind of momentum am I creating around my love life?’

Stop-Start Momentum and Indecision

You feel like a recluse, so you have decided to entertain the idea of a partner. The spark of positive momentum has been ignited. But then the thoughts of exposing yourself on an online dating site curdles your blood and nearly gives you apoplexy. You unceremoniously knock your first positive thought on the head, ceasing the tiny spark of momentum. This is like planting a seed in the ground, then digging it up again, but still expecting the seed to grow.

To read the rest of the article, find the Winter 2018/19 issue in your local stockist, or subscribe to receive it direct to your door.

You may also like

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

Privacy & Cookies Policy