As we were conversing about whether it was worth the risk to go from having a stress-free friendship to doing the horizontal mambo, I distinctly remember having a very lucid thought, which I shared with her:
“Something’s telling me that you’re going to do the jig all over my heart.”
In spite of what I now know as my intuition was telling me, we decided to take the risk of losing a friendship to venture on down lover’s lane. For me, it was the first time I had fallen in love. This proved to be a confusing tunnel that I tumbled down, complete with blossoms of love and appreciation, as well as thorns of frustration and resentment.
The mere fact that I can remember this exact phrase almost 20 years later is a good tip off to how that particular fairytale ended. However, it felt more like an entire troop of Irish Step dancers performing Riverdance than some lil’ ‘ol jig.
Since that time and many paths of intensive personal growth work, I’ve come to understand the immense power my unconscious beliefs have over me. These beliefs, which were rooted in a lack of self worth, drove some very unhealthy behavior patterns, which ultimately produced the results I had experienced.
In the following short video, I share more about what my challenging beliefs were and how they adversely impacted me and my relationship.
I hope this offers you an opportunity to learn how to easily identify and transform your own challenging behavior patterns and core beliefs with an incredibly simple yet potent strategy.
From this place we can find The One, and have the loving relationship that our heart truly desires.
Because our beliefs permeate our entire experience of life, it can also be applied to any other area of our lives we’re seeking massive transformation.
Author: Tim Hastings
Editor: Renee Picard
Image: Morgan Sessions at Unsplash