Have you ever sat down and gone through in your mind exactly why you love someone? Like every little piece of what you love about them? Or just got completely lost in the feeling of them and loving that feeling? You may not know their every secret, but you know what they feel like and you allow yourself to love that feeling completely.
I have found that when you concentrate on what you love about someone, the world shifts. You treasure them more. You are happier. They become happier around you. You behave as you always wished to behave. You feel happy, they feel happy. What previously annoyed you doesn’t get to you anymore because you are in a good mood. And should something throw you to the point where you need tot alk to them about it, you can do so in a loving way, rather than throwing plates around.
The world also shifts when you wish for love, for the best for everyone. It’s like you are suddenly feeling this inner bliss. When life is not about me, me, me…I mean it is that too, but at the same time you are wishing that every single human on this planet achieve all the good things they can get. Your jealousy evaporates and all you can think of is how nice it would be if the whole world was happy; the whole world was successful and loving. And when you feel like that – when you wish for the best for others it’s like this bliss fills you up inside and you become happy.
And you know when the magic sometimes dies and you think the relationship is over? Well, maybe the magic of that person didn’t die. Maybe you just got lazy and stopped loving them. Stopped creating love for them.
I used to think that love was a perfect thing – like when you did find the one and only, they’d be flawless and so would most of your friends. I also believed that you had to know a persons really, really well to be able to love them. This is not so. We can know and love the energy of a person and in every relationship there will be some things which clash. It is a beautiful thing when you love someone though. When you dig into that core of their being. Never mind they aren’t perfect in every single way of the word, but you do love them. You wish them all the best. And it’s like peace suddenly arrived.