One of the questions I am most often asked is, “How do I find the person right for me?”
My answer is simple and very easy to put into action. With taking these steps, you’re putting the ball in your court.
You cannot possibly expect to give part of yourself to another person and have it last, if you cannot accept who you are. You need to spend quiet time in self-reflection. See your faults—you know, the parts of yourself that you recognize could be a downfall of a relationship—and accept that it is a part of you. Take the negative aspects of yourself with the positive. Know that these parts of yourself are not going away and you will need someone who is willing and able to deal with that in the same way you would have to deal with someone else’s negative aspects. When you reach a certain level of confidence, you will begin an output of energy that will be attractive to those of the same, or similar, level. So, in the end, you’ll do less looking and more being found.
One way to start this process of knowing yourself is with a clean slate and to get there,
Meditation can be key.
Many forms of meditation can clear your mind—like scrying or fire-gazing. Fire-gazing is a form of meditation I often suggest because of the ease and the mind-clearing results. To fill your mind with the proper positivity, you need to drain out the negativity. After you’ve done some meditation and cleared your mind, start searching within yourself. Go take some online personality tests like through https://individualogist.com or https://www.jovianarchive.com/get_your_chart.
Start looking at yourself from a new perspective and let the best parts about your personality thrive. Then, and only then, will you be able to attract the right people with the frequency meant for you.