Turning my life around
We’ve all been there – an unhappy relationship and wishing it to be right, and yet it never can be because the love, intention, and the dream is not felt at the level of the soul.
A few years ago, my partner fell in love with someone else. I did all I could rather than let it fail – but I could never visualise a happy outcome.
I left and found a new home. It was too small but it was home and the previous tension was gone. Sure enough I found happiness in my life and happiness as a single mother. My mind was free to wander on anything I wished for.
After a few months, I felt the need to meet new people and to find love – true love, a soul mate.
Within a few weeks I met her. We not only had so much in common, we could love and laugh freely. We truly are soul mates. I visualised my perfect partner and she is all that I and so much more.
We want to live together, get married, and fulfill our dreams. However, my home was too small.
I had visualised a lovely house in a nearby town since my previous relationship broke up. I knew it was out of reach financially but for some reason I kept looking at the for sale pages for that town, and in particular that type of property.
Then last summer a lady contacted me. She was interested in a swap. She wanted to downsize and the location of my tiny flat was perfect. She fell in love with my place and I did with hers. It was exactly as I had visualised my dream home. It was exactly as I had searched for on the for sale pages.
In December, I moved in and felt at home immediately.
My partner loves the house too, and as soon as we can work out how, they are going to relocate and move in. We both want to get married. There are obstacles to overcome. We live in different areas, new jobs need to be found, and children to consider, but we know it will happen and dream of being in our perfect home, married, and happy.
We’re visualising the last part and know The Secret works and is still working its magic. We have each other, we have our home, and the future is unfolding. Thank you, Rhonda.