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Trust Your Path

Ian Paul Marshall —  September 15, 2013 — Leave a comment

trust your path

Sometimes life can lay a serious smack down on you.

Ripping everything you hold most dear away from you.

Throwing you off course. Tossing you into unchartered territory.

Tearing your heart in two.

Thrashing you to the floor.

Leaving you broken and bruised – confused and alone.

All the strength sucked right out of your life.

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Soulmate Attraction

Ian Paul Marshall —  November 25, 2010 — 1 Comment

7 Keys To Increase Your Soulmate Attraction Factor

Soulmate attraction

Unleashing Your Magnetic Soulmate Attraction Factor

Did you know that you’re connected to your soulmate already? That there’s unseen Soulmate attraction forces at work behind the scenes that bind you to one another. It’s a type of magnetic attraction.

And you know what?

Sooner or later your soulmate will arrive.

But while you’re waiting for them it can be a little lonely. Frustrating even. So what can you do to boost that soulmate attraction vibe?

There’s a couple easy things that can be done to increase your attraction factor.

Boosting Your Soulmate Attraction Factor

Here’s seven very simple ideas to help to boost your Soulmate attraction factor. Don’t be fooled by their simplicity. Practicing these seven techniques will not only enhance your own life but it will strengthen and increase the signal that you’re sending out into the universe. And on some level your Soulmate will hear it.

1) Trust
Trust that your Soulmate IS out there. Because they are. We all have tons of Soulmates floating around in the world. Living their own lives. Just waiting for you to be ready to meet them.

2) Believe
Believe that when you’re ready they’ll be drawn to you. You and your Soulmate are learning and growing all the time. Soon you’ll be doing it together.

3) Be Patient
Be patient. Know that life is exactly as it should be. And it’s really beautiful if you see it as such.

4) Enjoy
Find the joy that’s hidden within this very moment. Sometimes loneliness clouds the love that waiting for you now. Life is amazing. Have fun. Be playful. And enjoy the little things and the people who are already in your life now.

5) Appreciate
Appreciate all that you have in your life now. Life, people and everything that makes up our world is truly fascinating. Find the magic of a starry night, feel the breeze on your skin, and savor the warmth of a nice cup of tea again.

6) Be Thankful
Give thanks daily for the love that flow to you and through you. There’s so much to be thankful for. Find a couple of things daily to give thanks about.

7) Celebrate Others Love
When you see or hear about other Soulmate couples celebrate their love. It’s a testament that we all have a Soulmate out there. By celebrating other people’s love you increase the opportunities for that same type of love to find you.

Practice these seven Soulmate attraction secrets whenever you have the chance. They’ll boost your bond to one another and make your life just a little bit better.

And remember, your Soulmate is looking for you too!

Ian – The Soulmate Scientist

Personal Development & Zombies

Personal development and zombies don’t usually get brought up in the same sentence. But in my crazy mixed up world somehow they’ve gotten smooshed together.

Me and my wife watched Zombieland last night and we loved it! It stars Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin. There’s even a cameo by Bill Murray with a huge Ghost Busters reference.

Now I wasn’t watching the movie with the eye to discover real-world life lessons. But as it went on there were a couple of them snuck in there to really take this movie to the next level for me.

If you’re open to it, all things, people, and situations can teach you something and help you with your personal development.

Personal Development Lessons Learned From Zombies

Nut Up or Shut Up
One of my favorite sayings that I heard years ago is, “You can’t complain about what you permit.”

Complaining: We get sucked into it at work, we sit around the table and whine about it when we’re out with our friends, and we grumble about it under our breath when we’re alone. Sometimes secretly resenting a person or situation, pointing fingers and blaming external forces for our crappy life.

Well like Woody says in the movie, “Nut up or shut up.”

We have more power then we give ourselves credit for.

Is there something that’s bothering you about your life?

Why is it bothering you?

What have you done to help create it?

What’s the lesson hidden within it?

And remember the Serenity Prayer, “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, The courage to change the things I can, And the wisdom to know the difference.” Continue Reading…