It Does Not Matter That I Love You When…

by Houston Vetter - DocResults on June 28,

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it doesn't matter that I love you whenEveryone wants to be loved and most people want to love. And yet it does not matter that I love you when you know in your ‘knower’ who you really are. However, more people than you would think, believe there is something unlovable about themselves. It could be their weight, something from their past, who they are related too, it could be a whole number of reasons or combination of reasons people think they aren’t lovable..

Instead of looking at why this might be the case, today let’s look at some ways you can set it up so that it does not matter that I love you. When that happens life can shift for you in some wonderful ways and you’ll experience more love than you previously thought possible.

It Does Not Matter That I Love You When…

Energetically when it doesn’t matter that I love you it frees up energy so you can be loved more and I can love you more.

When it doesn’t matter then love can be demonstrated in so many different ways.

The fastest way to get to ‘it does not matter’ is to get the feeling sense of who you really are. I recently offered a special on the Your Real Identity Meditation that teaches you all the different aspects of who you really are and it is designed with different types of meditations morning and night meditations, with and without music meditation and a paraliminal meditation.

Ever since you were born you have been told who you are and life has been verifying that back to you. You have been taught you are finite, temporary, limited, imperfect and incomplete. That is only half true (actually about 10% true) and yet it has pretty much been your whole experience since you were physically born.

Who you really are, the aspect of you that was born into the physical was and still is infinite, eternal, unlimited and complete. And the reason you have not been experiencing any of that is 1) you weren’t aware of it and 2) you didn’t put your attention on it.

So let’s be honest you are finite and infinite, temporary and eternal, limited and unlimited, imperfect and perfect, incomplete and complete ALL AT THE SAME TIME.

Another thing that you are but you think is separate from you is love. Not just any kind of love, unconditional love. Love for no reason and with no conditions is who you really are. And the reason you haven’t experienced that is the same reasons you haven’t experienced the infinity aspect of who you are.

Unconditional love is pretty foreign to most of us because we are so used to conditional love and we have been conditioned to put conditions on our love. Like a child is conditioned to put clothes on.

The game I want to challenge you to play the next couple of weeks is the “I Love Me” game.

“The more love we feel for ourselves, the more we allow the creative energy of the Universe to flow through us.  Since how we see and feel about ourselves is how we see and feel about other people, feeling more love for ourselves is the most mutually supportive focus we can have.”                              Arnold Patent

For the next two weeks play the “I Love  Me” game. Spend time looking in the mirror, looking in your eyes and say “I Love You” and repeat it with feeling and spend a few minutes loving yourself for no reason, just love.

Also touch different parts of your body and say “I Love You”. Especially, those parts of you that you’ve been ashamed of or disgusted about. Those places where there is to much or where there is not enough, touch those and say “I Love You”.

Touch your head to represent your mind and tell your mind, “I Love You” for no reason, “I Love You”. Tell your feelings, “I Love You”. Tell your body ” I Love You”.

You see the secret is, it doesn’t matter that I love you when you love you. When you love you it is natural for me to love you and everyone else too.

So remember, I LOVE YOU <3

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Cathy Ware June 29, 2012 at 9:28 am

Thank you, Houston!

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Houston Vetter - DocResults June 29, 2012 at 1:23 pm

Cathy,
You are very welcome.
Keep doing the exercises.
To Your Best,
Doc Houston

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