4 Common-Sense Steps to Go Get Prince Charming
Trying to find the catch of a lifetime? The days of men showing up at your doorstep to sword-fight for your love are long over. You’re going to have to be pro-active: but don’t worry, it’s all common sense. So common-sense, in fact, that you might not be doing the most obvious, easy steps to getting the right man into your life. Here’s four ways to start:
1. Become what you wish to attract. Do you want to date a successful man? Work your way up the corporate ladder or otherwise become successful yourself. A good-looking man? Get into the gym and get a makeover, and dress to impress every day. A spiritually in-tune man? Get your meditation chops up and read some of the spiritual classics. You get the idea. Like attracts like: become what you wish to see more of in your life. As Rivers ext. 5273 says, “People we attract into our life are reflections of who we are, therefore become first what it is you want to attract.”
2. Show up. Figure out the type of man you want to date, and then regularly make an effort to go to places where that type of man is likely to be. Sounds obvious, but getting out of the house—and specifically going to the right places—is often the last thing people think of. If you’re always around the type of person you’re looking for, you’ve pushed meeting somebody from “random chance” to “statistical inevitability.” If you never leave the couch, you can “manifest” all day long but I guarantee you Prince Charming won’t be climbing through your window any time soon. If you keep inside your comfort zone and keep doing what you’ve always done, you’re going to keep getting the results you’ve always gotten. Get out. Try something new. As Yemaya ext. 5143 says, “When looking for true love, I like to focus on WHERE to look.”
3. Burn the baggage. Seriously. Here’s a secret about men: even if this makes no rational sense, for whatever reason they want to have the fantasy, at whatever age, that they’re the first person that you’ve been with, or that they’re so great that it completely erases the past for you. I know it doesn’t make sense, but for some reason male psychology seems wired that way. It likely has something to do with biology, like making sure that if there’s kids he’s sure he’s the father. Whatever it is, it’s a big, glaring switch in the male mind. Don’t talk about your exes. Don’t drag your old shit, scars, assumptions, baggage and unfinished business along with you. Don’t talk too much about your life before him. Don’t lie, but don’t overshare. NEVER compare him to your exes, especially out loud. Be ready to make him feel like he’s the center of your universe. Let it all go and start over fresh—that goes for both genders.
4. Be open and straightforward. Meeting new people is fun. It’s an erotic dance and has a real primal excitement about it, almost as if it’s hardwired into the universe, the eternal dance of Shiva and Shakti. Let it be fun. Be open. Obviously don’t go outside of your comfort zone, but don’t throw up unnecessary walls for him to climb or hurdles for him to jump and expect that “if he really loves/understands me, he’ll go the extra mile.” Don’t do that. Be straightforward. If there’s one thing men respect and understand, it’s being straightforward. If you don’t want to see him or don’t want him to do something, tell him straight up. Don’t make things complicated for him, expect him to intuitively figure things out, or secretly test him. What you’ll end up with is a very confused, possibly hurt monkey scratching his head and feeling like he’s being manipulated, toyed with and subjected to unnecessary female drama which he will likely soon be calling his friends, or—and this you don’t want—his exes or other female friends for help in deciphering. Just be straight up—he’ll love you for it.
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