One of the KEYS to why people swear by my releasing technique is the ritual I teach as part of it.
This Part #4 in my releasing video series will give you the basics of how it's done. Enjoy!!
I'm 36 and I've been single for three years now although it feels like longer because my relationship history is limited and the relationships I have had have been very dysfunctional due to my childhood issues and dysfunctional patternings. Having spent most of my adult life working through these issues and recently coming across your work, I feel like be done and am doing everything to be open and available to my soul mate. I've reached a point where I feel like I'm losing hope. Do you have any advice for someone for when they have reached a point of hopelessness with this work?
chemistry is a sign it's your soulmate -- though chemistry alone is not
There are ways to know if there's chemistry pretty quickly -- I detail this in the video (the last of my summer teaching tour videos -- shot on a boat near a glacier in Alaska)
If you are in doubt about the attraction between you and someone you're seeing, this will help you out.
Make SURE you include chemistry prominently on the list of things you're looking for in your mate. The other one I always ask people to add is "available" -- a whole other subject.
Enjoy, and let's connect again soon!
One of the biggest questions I get from singles is how to connect with someone super attractive to them.
Hi, there! I did a lot of videos whilst on my Teaching Tour this summer to answer some of the questions you all have been sending me. Here's a video on a question I often get:
My answer may surprise you because I'm the ONLY dating coach I've ever encountered who says this.
And yet it proves true over & over in the love stories we get from my work!
Check the video out now and subscribe to me on Youtube for more videos. Enjoy.
p.s. Hit up the comments section to put your question in for me. I may answer it next :)
A: First off, he is NOT out of your league. Leagues are a false construct that absolutely do not hold up in love. Statistics back me up on that one, too.
Q: Kathryn, my mom is getting dementia, and I’m faced with moving her into a facility – which is going to be a process. I’ve also got a gigantic project at work that is stressing me out. I fear that my love life is being hijacked. I was just feeling ready for love, and now all of this! Should I just give up for now, or is there still hope for me and love?
- A woman bald as a cueball undergoing chemotherapy for cancer who fell in love with one of the clinic workers.
- A man whose mother had died who met his future wife at the funeral.
- A writer on book deadline – completely stressed – who met her fiancé in a café she hung out in to get some chapters done.
Love is so magical that it is always limitless in when and how it shows up.
Remember that, and I bless you for getting your mom settled well, your project successfully completed & still finding many moments of job . . . and yes, even love . . . along the way.
I think you may be the only person who can give me solid, unbiased advice on my current love life. I need help!
I've been dating a man for the past few months and we really hit it off. Spending time together and getting to know one another was a blast and it was so easy. We really click. But once he started getting really emotionally attached to me, and I to him, he put on the brakes. The completion is that I am 25 years younger than him. The age difference doesn't bother me but he has leftover hurt from a younger woman he started a few years ago. He believes that after we fall in love, in 5 or 10 years, I will realize that I'm with an old guy and won't want to be with him because of it. Which would break his heart and make life unbearable for him. I told him there are no guarantees but I could see us being happy together for a long time because I really like the person he is. If not for this issue, I think we could be happy together. Would my soul mate be so afraid of me breaking his heart that he would hold me at arm's length? Should I try to hold onto him when he's so afraid of what our future may hold?
Awaiting your advice,
I get so many, and while I can’t answer each one personally, I’ll choose one a week to help you out.
I’ve also got a gigantic project at work that is stressing me out.
I fear that my love life is being hijacked.
I was just feeling ready for love, and now all of this!
Should I just give up for now, or is there still hope for me and love?
you need shades!