Dare to Love Again?

2021 is the year of love! – Brigid Curran


Remember the movie ‘Ground Hog Day’?
Same old thing over and over again – the character is trapped in a seemingly endless time loop, repeating the same day in the same small town. Eventually, he enhances his own human understanding which, in return, makes him an appreciated and beloved man in the town. He is able to befriend almost everyone he meets during the day, using his experiences to save lives and help the townspeople. The cycle is interrupted. He wakes the next morning and finds the time loop is broken.
There is an awakening in this scientific world, where spirituality is now playing a part in uncovering some of the ‘mysteries’ of life. Scientists are constantly learning how, through spirituality (insight), you can alter your DNA sequence and how negative and positive events work when re-programming cells.
When we unconsciously move away from our destiny we are creating more events in our life cycle. As we develop as human beings we incorporate our human psyche in our choices. If life is difficult, we often run, or ignore it, giving ourselves permission to allow these events to present themselves in our next life cycle. So how do you understand your blueprint and stick to the plan that was intended for you?


You may love someone but that does not mean they have to reciprocate. All one can hope for is that you are both in love with each other at the same time.   Finding someone who blends with you, where you do not have to adjust yourself, question yourself, feel insecure about yourself?  This is a relationship.  A healthy relationship. ‘Selling out’ rather than being alone, insecure and unloved is a relationship too. A toxic one! To be in a healthy relationship that person , brings in it the same feelings and emotions is honest and open and it is equal.
Love is simple.  It is your head that brings in the insecurities, the fear and other emotions that create toxic relationships.  Everyone deserves love, but no one deserves a broken relationship. 


Just be yourself and allow love to happen. Do not force, demand, threaten  or bribe love into your life.  If you find you are attracted to damaged or toxic relationships.  It may be time that you ask yourself some honest questions.   If you are a person who has a strong tendency to seek people who desperately need help and to assist them, often sacrificing your own needs this can be destructive for both of you. 

Learn to understand your personal patterns, your threads and cut them. 

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