I am AncientStardust.com’s newest fan…having ‘MET’ you via Bob Oslon on OfSpirit.com. I seek your guidance concerning an on-line friendship/relationship I recently ‘LET GO’ of after seven months. He had a habit of ‘disappearing’ for weeks (with no apology or explanation). Is he playing a mind game? Perhaps I am at fault here? I am strangely attracted to this man. Please enlighten me on his perplexing behavior and what he thought of the ‘letting go’ situation.
Thank you Laura and God bless.
Thank you! Okay, now let’s be honest here. You haven’t really let go yet. You only partially let go. So let’s get you the remaining 20% of the way. To borrow from a very popular book, “he’s just not into you.” There is no burning mystery, no clandestine opportunity missed, just a guy who had you on retainer and wasn’t into having something more.
Take a deep cleansing breath and lets create a ritual for letting the last 20% go so you can have peace and clarity. Release the urge to settle for less. Focus on what you are truly worth. Don’t you deserve to be with someone who is present? Who is reliable? Who is honest? Who is consistent? Who is accountable? Use the Ancient Stardust Intuition and Manifesting CD to help visualize what ‘the real thing’ looks like for you (and be sure to include important details like your new partner is ready, willing, and able to prioritize you!). Don’t settle for less. Don’t waste time convincing yourself it was you. It wasn’t.
Say out loud “I am willing to move on and embrace my true worth” whenever your mind drifts backwards. This will help you to raise the benchmark of what you require in a relationship. Remember, internet relationships merit supreme vigilance and caution. My vote is you pay closer attention to the guys standing in line behind you at Home Depot…because no ‘screen font’ will ever substitute for the ‘live’ reaction of physical chemistry, pheromones, and some good old fashioned face to face conversation.