How to Attract the Love of Your Life
By Terry Hernon MacDonald
Have you heard about the technique Olympic athletes use to help them
win gold medals?
In addition to conventional practice, they do some critical mental work
as well. They close their eyes and "see" themselves making the winning
basket, being first across the finish line, etc. They "feel" the weight
of the medal as it's draped over their necks. They "hear" the roar of
What does this have to do with you attracting a good, fun, and faithful
man or woman to spend the rest of your life with?
You can use this technique, too, to attract a relationship with a man or woman
who possesses the qualities you desire (do you know what they are, by
Here's how to do it:
1) Decide what qualities you desire most in a husband or wife
2) Write them down
3) Construct a scene on paper between you and this person using as much
sensory detail (touch, taste, smell, sight, hearing) as you can. (Make sure you
write the scene in past or present tense! This is critical!).
Read it out loud three times a day, preferably before your feet touch
the floor in the morning, at lunch, and just before you drop off to
sleep at night.
Visualize it whenever you have a free moment (while you're on hold,
waiting on line at the bank, stuck in traffic, etc.).
As you continue to do this exercise, you will notice that new details
will seemingly pop into your scene from nowhere. That's a good sign.
Keep it up.
Before long, you will attract available people with the qualities you
desire. What's more, you will be attracted to them, too. Getting dates will become effortless and maintaining a relationship with "the right one" will be blessedly free of angst and drama.
How can I be so sure of this? Well, I used this technique, and it worked for me. After years of
disastrous relationships, I attracted and married the man of my dreams.
Twelve years later, we're still in love and having fun together.
Go for it!
About the Author
Terry Hernon MacDonald is the author of 'How to Attract the Man of Your Dreams.'
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