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Remote Seduction / Influence / Motivation for remote seduction
« on: August 04, 2017, 12:41:39 PM »
I've only fairly recently started doing this and all my experiences have been positive with regard to the actual session. With a different person some years ago I couldn't do it, or visualise at all, because my feelings were that I'm making myself into a little girl looking into a toyshop window knowing she's got no money for what she wants. I found it upsetting. So I didn't do it properly if at all. I felt squirmy about it. With that guy I felt I was tormenting myself with thoughts of something I couldn't have. That was why I joined this board.

With this guy I feel very different. I also feel different about myself now. I don't like some people post, get a feeling of missing him. I do however think "wish you were here" sometimes. When I do the RS sessions I always find it a positive experience, really zingy most of the time and if I do it at night I sleep incredibly well. The biggest problem I have is if I'm tired I fall asleep before I start but that means I fall asleep thinking positively about him.

Last night I was up until the wee small hours writing a report for work and I occasionally flipped to a picture of him on my desktop. When I thought of him I felt very glowy and wondered what caused it. However I'd been out for an Indian with friends so maybe it was the curry!

Anyway my point is what's the difference between RS in my world and people doing it from panic or desperation or when feeling down about it as in my first example?

I do it also when I want to tell him something a bit more emotional than I would on an email, text or phone call.

How to Use Law of Attraction / Living as if
« on: August 02, 2017, 12:33:54 PM »
Now imagine you want to be with a specific individual so you start living as if, so to speak. I don't think a great deal of make room in your wardrobe, set two dinner places etc because it's not always practical and who's to say they'd move in with you anyway; you could get a new place together. But what if in your real, single life you're so busy and tired from so many things, but in the world you want to create with the other person you wouldn't be, as the other person would be doing some of the stuff you're having to do all by yourself? The desired state can't always be created when we have life to get on with.

Law of Attraction Lounge / When your vibration feels low
« on: July 21, 2017, 07:08:52 PM »
Actually what I really wanted to ask is what comes first? Knowing you aren't really in the zone or feeling rubbish? Or knowing you aren't in the zone and being OK about it?

You can get up late, have a bad hair day, not be organised for work, but still have a good day. You know you look a mess, but would anyone say that sets the scene for the whole day - and what about all the "stuff" you have "on order" - would this set back a manifestation?

Attracting Perfect Soul-mate/ Love/ Specific Person / Rubbing out
« on: July 13, 2017, 07:00:41 PM »
How does that work? Is it to make someone end a relationship and come to you? Does anyone have problems with the guilt or ethical side of breaking someone up and has anyone any experience of it?

I started wondering about the age range of board contributors and whether that has a bearing on what we want out of life, relationships and the type of relationship we go for? Also, does it have any influence on the type of advice you give and get?

It seems that 99.7% or thereabouts of the posts are about getting exes back, or if not exes then people who posters have been on dates with and have treated them with disdain. Has anyone any other stories to tell that deviate from this.

Other than the person who originally drew me to this board 7 years ago, I haven't tried to get back exes - I simply haven't wanted them. All my exes are exes for a good reason, and the only way I have tried to reconnect with some of them is as friends once the initial relationship is over and in the rather distant past. Anyone I have tried to attract recently has been not in my general orbit and success has been limited. I'd like to know why this is, and I am not sure I will ever find the answer.  It has to be more than "you don't believe" or "you doubted" or "you felt negatively".

Law of Attraction Lounge / People who ghost you
« on: July 04, 2017, 05:27:28 PM »
Though it may be true that we attract that person not wanting a relationship or friendship, ghosting behaviour is their inadequacy. Ghosting means they avoid taking any responsibility for their behaviour and /or lies, if they're cheating.

How to Use Law of Attraction / Understanding your subconscious
« on: June 28, 2017, 11:21:01 PM »
This puzzles me.

Lots of things in our subconscious - so I have read - cause issues, cause problems, hold us back in the life we want. The Catch 22 is that it is subconscious. We don't know about it. So things go wrong and we don't know why, or something doesn't happen that we have envisaged, visualised etc and worst of all, we don't know how we can change that. Does anyone have any thoughts on that, because I find it worrying that we can't change something we are unaware of.

How do people who you are trying to attract know that your vibration has changed if there is no contact, no mutual friends, you never see each other? What is all that about?

What actually happens?

Is it just some message through the ether? Some non-locational stuff? I've always wondered.

How to Use Law of Attraction / Cord Cutting - has anyone done this?
« on: June 27, 2017, 12:01:14 AM »
I'm feeling that I need to do this with people from my past that have had an upsetting influence on me. For example, guys and bosses who have rejected me. You think you are over all that but still, all these years later, it pops up and you think "What if X does what Y did"? and it can drive you bananas.

Has anyone tried it and what were the results?

To what extent? Can you go overboard with it? I carried a certain rejection with me for years and years, and really it was nothing, but it influenced and bothered me still many years later.

How to Use Law of Attraction / Making It All About Me
« on: June 26, 2017, 12:58:32 AM »
How do we do this?

We read a lot about being happy with yourself. By this, do we mean happy with yourself and friends, or by yourself? Is it meant to imply that you should be happy without a romantic partner or the desire for one? Or just with friends? Or entirely alone - which is hard as we are social beings. I have often puzzled about this.

I've been puzzling lately with a lot of people disappearing on me, as well as being very badly treated by a long-standing friend (yes I know you are all going to tell me I attracted it, but what about the other people who are absolutely fine with me?) and I am working out how to process it without getting myself upset about it. I am a people person and not suited to isolation, though I do, of course, require solitude occasionally as do we all.

I've never had a proper love relationship that has been right. I've had long term relationships but they were all with the wrong person, poor choices on my part, and I stayed when I shouldn't, resulting in much wasted time.

So I have decided to make it all about me, and see who comes into my life, who makes the effort with me. I am feeling quite down lately and need to get my mojo back.

I've harked back to a lot of past issues of rejection. Would anyone say cord cutting exercises would be useful in these circumstances - and with who? For example, one guy who I didn't know very well was very rejecting of me. It warranted no real emotion, but I took it very badly, pined for a year, and each time I met someone new I remembered how he had behaved. It happened again and again, often with people I didn't really know well, or who I had had one date with, but each time just damaged me a bit more.

I'm much older now and should know better that life now is nothing to do with that, and I did a massive amount of "me" work about three years ago, but when people disappear on me, with no explanation and no comeback when I ask them to explain, it is disheartening.

So maybe my focus on life should be on my home, my work, my friends (those who reciprocate), my studies, and my animals, and leave it there and just stop.

Remote Seduction / Influence / Inadvertent remote seduction question
« on: June 25, 2017, 10:39:30 PM »
When I was a student (and had never heard of LOA) I worked for a while in a bank and developed a crush on a married guy there. I actually became quite obsessed with him. Nothing happened between us - he started off complimenting me on my suntan, what I was wearing, and I took it to mean he really liked me, and as I say I got obsessed with him. It all ended in tears, literally - we never had a relationship but I sent him a letter, got drunk at the Christmas party and burst into tears over him and made a fool of myself. He eventually moved on to another branch, I left too and I apologised to him before he left, which he accepted. I've never seen him since, nor have I wanted to, but have seen him on Facebook, and his wife is just lovely, they have two daughters and they are the perfect family unit. (Even though at the time I dreamed of him leaving her for me).

I spent a massive amount of time writing about him in my journal and dreaming about him. In these dreams, they were always in the sense of me being a participant and him telling me the sort of stuff I wanted to hear and being in the situations I wanted to be in with him.

I found myself wondering now, would that have counted as RS and I wonder what if any effect this had on this guy?

This seems a paradox to me. For example, is this learning to be satisfied with things as they are in life, even though you want more? Putting up with the status quo? If nothing EVER changed, you would have to settle?

What Are You attracting Today? / If we attract every experience ...
« on: June 15, 2017, 03:44:17 AM »
My friend and I had booked a restaurant for a meal out. It's my favourite and I love going there and was really excited about it. She called me to say she would have to cancel it because she had come down with the flu. So, how did I attract being let down for this meal out? It was her circumstances which changed, not mine. I hadn't done anything.

I know it is a bit of a bizarre question but I think it might help me to understand who attracts exactly what experience into their lives.

How to Use Law of Attraction / Psychics
« on: June 13, 2017, 03:02:02 AM »
Who has used psychics?

What's your experience? Do they help, hinder, make you feel better or worse?  Has anyone accurately predicted what will happen, or do they seem way off beam?

How to Use Law of Attraction / How things change!
« on: May 29, 2017, 04:51:32 PM »
Joined new this morning hoping for help.  Story in a nutshell - 5 years ago last week I met Ryan in 2006.  Instant attraction, but an age difference (me older) and both in relationships (his was not serious neither were the ones he had subsequently) we became really good friends with a very strong attraction to each other, went out a few times, he came to my house, we talked a lot on email and text and grew close and fancied each other.  I loved him but never told him as I was too scared.  Nothing physical happened between us other than hugging, out of fear I think.  He went away to University in 2009 and as I think he was unable to handle how I felt, or how he did, he backed off before that and then so did I, and we had no contact again until a year ago, just email telling him my cat (he had met the cat) had died.  Contact resumed then but I have again backed off out of fear.

Thing is that I always thought that we would make contact again after he left but I also knew that would be in the future when he had changed and so had I, did not put a timeframe on it.  I was prepared for it to be WAY into the future.  I was quite needy when we were seeing each other, and now I am not.  Have found out though through Facebook - which I am not on but a friend is, that he is living with a girl; he has never lived with a woman before other than his mother!  Something deep inside me tells me that she is not "the one" and this is not a permanent relationship but a "for now" one.  Something also tells me I am right and this is not just my wishful thinking.  Must make clear that I have no desire to harm this woman whatsoever.  When the time is right for that relationship to end, I believe it will.  I try to stop myself thinking of them together.

What do I do now?  What I want is to resume contact with him, keep it going, meet up with him some time in the future when the time is right, and sort out how we felt/did feel about each other and see what is still there.  Never stopped loving him but I have not put life on hold, have got on with everything normally and things are OK.  Obviously he has changed remarkably in the time he has been at university, he has moved 200 miles away, and I've changed too - for the better in a lot of ways.

Thanks for some help and insight everyone.  xx

My original/first ever post. How things change.

Now, I see what I did wrong with this guy, and even though we are now no longer in contact, I don't want to be in a relationship with him. I would like to be friends, however. I contacted him once on his birthday and when he realised it was me (after asking who had texted him, he had changed his number and lost all his contacts) he never replied! (BTW he is not with that girl anymore)

I posted that in 2011.

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