Stop looking for love.

Via Natasha Blank
on Nov 9, 2012
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“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.”

~ Rumi

When we let love in, we allow others to be themselves. When we allow others to be themselves, we, ourselves, are loving.

Let yourself be affected by the person standing in front of you. Quit thinking so much about what you’re going to say next, and see them clearly. Allow yourself to be fascinated, confused and open to everything they have to teach you. It might hurt sometimes, but the risk is worth it when the return is the freedom to be fully alive.

Don’t half ass it. Live all the way. Risk being loved.


Editor: Brianna Bemel


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About Natasha Blank

Natasha Blank is a dancer, dj, integrative healer, and the founder of Get Your Dance On. She creates collective experiences that feed our hunger for life through radical self expression, and plays in the spaces where creativity and healing meet. She is also in the midst of dancing every single day for a year, and invites you to join her. You can find out more about her journey at Get Your Dance On


6 Responses to “Stop looking for love.”

  1. JSmith7354 says:

    Perfect – thank you!

  2. Groovy says:

    This could not come at a better time. Thank you xx

  3. Renee says:

    This opened my heart!

  4. @Kokitsuneko says:

    I guess this includes people whom you don't want to love you? |'D

  5. @annviveros says:

    love this Rumi Quote

  6. George says:

    I don't think I have any trouble letting people love me, but I'm terrified of falling in love, myself!