“Love is not a feeling. Love overrides feelings because it is an expression, an active expression of the divine operating as and through you. So as you align to the frequency of love, you call to you love.” Paul Selig
Love means many things to many people. If we see it as a frequency instead of a feeling, our experience is transformative.
When exploring love as a frequency, contemplate these four steps:
Opening the heart
Have you ever heard yourself say, I love that. I just have to have it! Love can easily become ownership. We want to own the thing we love. It may work for objects but not so much for people.
Hanging onto a person is not love but dependency. We often restrict another’s growth because we have an expectation for them to stay with us and to stay the same. We fear change and often equate change with loss.
Maybe instead of being attached to a person, we enjoy their company and let them grow. We let go of demands, our own needs and insecurity. Imagine what it would it be like to engage in inter-dependent relationships, growing together and respecting each other’s lives.
Practice this week noticing the things and people you want to hang on to. Practice loving and releasing. Avoid trying to fix, control, and manage. Instead honor and respect loved ones in your life just as they are. Pay attention to the results.
Affirm: I am willing to let go and allow love to be expressed in the world.
You are loved.