Are you unlucky in love, or maybe you have a soulmate or life partner but just need some relationship advice? Either way, you’ll want to listen to episode 54 of Boost Your Sales and Lifestyle. On this episode, I interview love and relationship expert, Arielle Ford. For the past 25 years, Arielle has been living, teaching, and promoting consciousness through all forms of media. Arielle is a gifted writer and the author of 11 books. You are going to want to hear the fantastic relationship advice that Arielle has for us today so make sure you listen to this episode and grab her free gift exclusive to Boost Your Sales and Lifestyle listeners!
- [3:51] What is a soulmate?
- [4:45] What is love?
- [8:29] What is wabi-sabi love?
- [15:06] What is the unknown secret to love?
- [23:13] You must be personally responsible for your own happiness
- [25:05] What are the love codes?
- [30:42] Why do couples need to wear rose colored glasses?
- Arielle’s Love Code Gift to you
- Find Arielle on Twitter
- Connect with Arielle on Facebook
- Follow Arielle on Instagram
- BOOK – The Soulmate Secret by Arielle Ford
What is a soulmate?
A soulmate is a person you can completely be yourself with whom you share unconditional love. When you look into their eyes you have the experience of being home. We have lots of soulmates already, but the best way to find a romantic soulmate is to be grateful for all the soulmates that you already have. Arielle believes that we have many soulmates and not all soulmates are meant to last forever. Some relationships come with an expiration date. Our goal is not just to choose a soulmate, but a soulmate life partner. A life partner brings more than just chemistry, they bring connection and compatibility. Listen to this episode to hear Arielle’s love secrets and give advice on how you can find your soulmate life partner.
What is love?
So many people believe that love is a feeling. But real, adult love is so much more than just chemistry. It is a behavior, an action, and a decision. Chemical love lasts only between 6 months to 3 years, after that the chemistry wears off and you have to consciously strive to make love work. Wabi-sabi love is an ancient Japanese aesthetic that honors all things old, worn, and imperfect. It seeks to find perfection in imperfection. This is exactly what we need to be looking for in our relationship with our soulmate life partners. Listen to this episode of Boost Your Sales and Lifestyle to hear all of Arielle’s love secrets.
What is the unknown secret to love?
Did you know that research has shown that every couple has a minimum of 9 irreconcilable differences? We often let these difference become major burdens in our relationships. But successful couples find solutions to those differences. Not a just compromises, but solutions. Once you discuss what your differences are and can talk them out with your partner then you can find a real solution. Talking it out can help you both find compassion and the reason why your partner is the way they are. Creative solutions lift everyone up and improve relationships. Listen to this episode of Boost Your Sales and Lifestyle to hear how to find creative solutions in your relationship!
Our partners are not there to make us happy
We must be personally responsible for our own happiness. Before you can begin to love someone else you must love yourself and find your own happiness. When you find a soulmate it is just the icing on the cake. The famous movie line “You complete me,” is not the way it should be. You have to complete yourself first before you can begin to love another. If you need some relationship advice or are looking to find love then you’ll want to listen to this episode and hear relationship expert Arielle Ford give us the secrets to love. You’ll also be able to access Arielle’s free exclusive gift to Boost Your Sales and Lifestyle listeners.
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