If you are bringing in the new year alone and want someone in your life, repeat after me:
I am enough. I have enough. I don’t need more money, more material belongings, a nicer car or a nicer home, to have love in my life. The right person will love me for who I am, not what I have.
Continuing to think that I need more of something outside of myself to feel better about myself or to feel good enough for someone else, is keeping me in a loop of lack. If I stay here I am going to attract people who run the same program and it won’t be real love, it will be co-dependent and I am so done with that because it isn’t love at all.
I have more than most people. I am reading a computer right now in my home. If I am missing something from my life then I have the power to change that, all I need to do is change my focus.
You have enough for someone just the way you are! And the right person will make you feel as though you have double, without having to make more or do more yourself.
The reason you feel like you aren’t enough, is because you were made to feel this way throughout your life. Consequently you search out there for more of whatever it is you think is going to fill this gaping void inside you, but you still never feel like you have enough because it isn’t out there, it’s within.
If you are taking from others in order to feel better about yourself, you are not only living in a lack mentality, you have reached a new low. This toxicity will boomerang back to you without fail. You may not connect the dots as to why everything starts to go wrong in your life, but it’s because you have done really bad things to good people and that’s not cool.
If you’re a person who has been doing the best that you can and still feel as though you just can’t meet someone special, just know that you are missing nothing, except maybe a belief. Believe that you deserve everything your heart desires just as you are, and it will be yours. It’s really that simple.
You are enough! You have enough! Now work on something that really matters: finding someone to share yourself with. And if you already have them in your life, stop working so hard and enjoy them a little more.