Live the Dream by Lisa Wallach

Printed in the Conscious Creation Journal
December 1999 – January 2000, Issue 9

Live the Dream
by Lisa Wallach

When the mood takes me I begin to carry my tarot cards around.  My readings tend to get better as time has gone by and I like to test myself.  I’m not one of those people that live their life by the tarot cards.  In fact I seldom, if ever read my own.  Actually, I refuse to read more often then I accept or offer.  Sometimes I won’t even touch them for months.  It is just for fun and people seem to like it.  I’ve recently done one of my “batches of readings” for some people at work. Most questions are about relationships and finding the right partner. I found myself repeating the same thing over and over, “When it’s the right guy/girl/person they’ll just be there.”

That’s the basis for my theory.  The person will just be there.  Of course this means many different things to many different people, but it will work in the way you want it to.  There is of course soul-work for you to do.  Merely repeating the mantra “When it’s the right guy/girl they’ll just be there”, on a daily basis is a great place to begin.

Two years ago I began to create the reality of someone special in my life.  I spent about two – three months meditating and creating this reality.  I began to examine my thoughts and desires and I placed my faith in the universe to lead me to the place that I needed to be in.  In less then three months I met the most wonderful man and we are still together and very much in love.  I’m not guaranteeing that you will meet the person of your dreams but I promise you that even if you remain alone it will be a lot easier for you to exist knowing that you are utilizing your psychic energies into realizing your dream for a partner.

When you begin to wonder why a girl or guy doesn’t call or isn’t appreciative or considerate most likely it just isn’t the right person.  Of course there are many reasons for someone not responding to your interest and sometimes you could be with the right person all along, but perhaps you are with the right person but it’s not the right person for right now.

My best friend began to say “the right guy will just be there and it’s alright if it’s just the right guy for right now” after experiencing some romantic confusion.  I instructed her to meditate and daydream and to allow the universe to hear her heart. She met her man within three months, now she’s married and very happy.

Another girlfriend has spent the past 11 years bouncing from one long-term relationship to the other.  She is currently using the “the right guy will just be there” to help her enjoy and accept her life as a single woman.  She walks around saying “I’m single and I love it!” knowing that the right guy will just be there when it’s the right one.

One other friend has been saying, “the right girl will just be there when it’s the right girl.”  He is still single but was surprised when a past girlfriend popped back into his life.  This was one of those love relationships that didn’t end well.  There was a lot of past hurt and confusion.  Well, she re-entered his life and much to his surprise he found out that there wasn’t anything there for him emotionally any longer.  He claims that just saying “the right girl will just be there” has helped so much.  He goes on to say that he feels that by holding that thought with him helped to return this woman into his life.  Had she not returned he would have continued to wonder about this “lost love” and would have compared other women, unfairly, to her.  Now he knows that she isn’t the right girl and he feels powerful and free to open himself to new love.  He is enjoying his single life more then ever and finds that that lonely feeling has subsided.

Get in the right frame of mind – Begin by asking for what you would like in another person.  Bear in mind how you would like to be treated by someone and be prepared to treat some one in the same way.  Every request you make about the nature of the other person should be something that you are prepared to offer of yourself.
Understand that sometimes it’s okay if the person you receive is “the right person for right now.”  What’s wrong with that?  You may not receive your life-mate but you may be involved with a person who will help you grow in life and experience.  Knowing that it’s okay to be with someone without having to be committed to them for life is a very powerful awareness.
Use your daydreams and imagination to create a partner in your life.  Try not to be too strict about your desires.  Leave room open for the universe to surprise you.  When you get too detailed your options are fewer.
Consider the characteristics and attributes that you feel you would need in a lifetime partner.  Every request you make should come from a place of deep meaning to you.  When you send these thoughts for a partner into the universe send them from a place of deep love and understanding.
Meditation is a great way to begin this type of work.  Do it every day, or as often as possible until you feel satisfied that you covered all the bases.  If you don’t meditate just think to yourself about what you want in a relationship.
You may not know what you really want in another person.  That’s okay.  Just begin by figuring out what you don’t want in a relationship.  That should get you to the point where you begin to realize what you do want.

Well, that’s my relationship tip.  I hope it works as well for you as it has for myself and my friends and loved ones.

(c)1999, Lisa Wallach. Published in the December 1999 – January 2000 Issue of the Conscious Creation Journal. (Feel free to copy this column for personal use – Please include this copyright statement.)