The Law Of Attraction And Online Dating
If you’re one of the many people who are primarily interested in the Law of Attraction because of romantic goals, you may have focused on the tools that are applicable to in-person encounters.
However, online dating is now a standard and accepted way to try and meet potential partners, so it makes sense to start thinking about how to tailor Law of Attraction tools to interactions in the world of the Internet.
The great news for online daters is that there are plenty of fun, creative and effective ways to use the Law of Attraction when setting up a profile, exchanging messages and suggesting meetings.
Try the following tricks and strategies to set yourself up for success on your favorite sites.
Express Positivity Through Your Images
Having a positive perspective and thinking optimistically are cornerstones of using all the major tools associated with the Law of Attraction, and one of the key thoughts is that this positivity helps to draw good things towards you.
Keep this in mind when choosing your pictures for your dating profile. While that moody and sultry black and white photo might be intriguing, you’ll be better served by choosing one that shows your beaming smile.
Further, you can show multiple sides of yourself while still expressing positivity in those images—consider photos of yourself engaged in hobbies that bring you joy, snaps of you in places where you felt blissful, and a picture of you that relates to a significant achievement. If you need help with this, enlist one of the friends who knows you best and can tell you which images truly capture your spirit.
Be Confident In Your Profile
Of course, few people browsing a dating site will be turned on by the idea of someone who seems smug and arrogant, but you’re also brining unneeded negativity into the picture if you’re too self-deprecating. Try to channel good self-esteem into your profile, describing yourself honesty but also with a sense of confidence about who you are and what you’re looking for.
Don’t insult your appearance, denigrate your skills or make too many jokes at your own expense. You’re looking to create an instant impression of positivity that will draw others to you.
Visualize Meeting An Ideal Partner
You might already be using creative visualization exercises to ensure you stay in tune with your belief that you can achieve your goals, but consider tailoring your approach to give online dating a more central role.
For example, you might start doing a daily visualization of the moment when you receive a message from someone who seems like they might be just right for you, or try to imagine how you will feel in the minutes before you meet with this person in the flesh.
Once you’re past the online stage then you can adjust your visualizations again, but if you’re primarily using dating sites to find love then it makes sense to give that experience center stage in your visualizations.
Choose A Representation Of Your Goals
It’s a wonderful idea to have a concrete reminder of what you’re aiming for when you’re working with the Law of Attraction, and there are plenty of ways to approach this suggestion. Some people will instantly love the idea of channeling their most creative side into a painting or drawing, but you don’t need to be an artist to do this Law of Attraction exercise.
You can make a collage of images cut out of magazines, or you can even opt of out of creating something and instead buy an object that connects you with your goals. For example, you might pick out a statue of two people in love, and look at it every morning to remind yourself that this is what you’re aiming to get from online dating.
Alternatively, you might go for something more abstract, like a beautiful piece of rose quartz that represents love and can sit in the palm of your hand.
Recite Online Dating Affirmations
As with creative visualizations, you might already say affirmations on a relatively frequent basis and be quite comfortable with using them to keep yourself on track. However, could you introduce some new affirmations that are intimately related to the online dating process?
When you don’t receive a message from someone you wrote to, you might say “This person was not right for me, and this only brings me closer to someone who is” three times (before committing to moving on to a new prospect).
Meanwhile, you can help to get rid of nerves associated with meeting someone from an online dating site by saying “I am ready to present my best self, and will attract love wherever I go” or by repeating “I don’t need to be nervous—my goodness and attractiveness will always shine through.”