The Law of Attraction gives to you what you most strongly focus upon, whether wanted or unwanted. The same is true for your partner. The Law of Attraction will give you everything you desire by either creating a stronger connection with your present partner (or whomever it is you are trying to connect with) or aligning you with a person who vibrates in the same frequency that you are vibrating in.
This means that if you are not meant to be with a specific person, it will never happen, because you’re not both vibrating on that same frequency.
If you focus so much on attracting the love which you desire, you will find it. It will materialize in your life. The Universe will either align you with your partner, or it will find the person that is the best for you, a new partner. You have to allow the Law of Attraction to do its job and set you up with the experiences you are putting your focus on. The Universe knows what is best for us, and if we act with faith and trust, we will receive it.
Many people only know about the Law of Attraction because of movie, “The Secret.” In a way, it’s a good movie because it helped people learn about the Law of Attraction. But at the same time, it’s fairly elementary. People think, “Oh, if I do A, then B will happen.”
There’s a lot more to it than what they show in the movie. This is certainly the case with the Law of Attraction and how it relates to personal relationships.
For example, it is impossible to create an experience for another person. I might say, “I want Cindy to be with me,” but if she doesn’t want to be with me, I cannot make her. I can visualize her being with me all day long, but then I won’t be open to all the possibilities that the universe can give me. Because the universe might give me something better.
That’s why, when you do affirmations, you say, “Give me this, or better.” When you say “better,” you’re opening yourself up to everything that the universe can provide. If Cindy is not good for me, and God knows best — God knows what’s good for me — it’s not going to happen. He’s going to give me what is best for me.
If it’s going to happen, it’s going to happen. If it’s not, God is going to give me what’s best for me.