On 17th October 2017, I set myself the challenge that I would finally, for once and for all, learn Ludovico Einaudi’s piece ‘Una Mattina’ which I set out to do last year but didn’t quite get to as I hadn’t made it high enough a priority in my life. With the benefit of hindsight, I also realise that I wasn’t fully in tune (no pun intended) with what my reasons for this goal were either, hence why I found it so difficult to make it a priority because I didn’t realise it’s importance.
When did we all start believing that romantic love should be easy? Not just the attainment of it but that maintenance of it too. A question I often hear from clients led me on a quick exploration into what romantic love and relationships mean to me and where we may have been led astray with the myth of “happily ever after”
So Valentine’s Day is almost upon us and for some, this can often make a certain ‘gap’ in our life seem more obvious. Images of perfect relationships, couples and romance are everywhere and can lead people to the false sense of belief that to experience love, you must look externally. That need not be the case, you are love and you can show yourself this in any moment you choose. I’ve even created a free little ‘I Am Loved’ playsheet in my blog for you to try and see just how easy it really is! This Valentine’s Day (and everyday) show yourself, your TRUE soulmate, some love.