Why Fear of Loss Prevents You From Attracting Healthy, Loving Relationships

Itt can be difficult to realise that you find it hard to connect with others effortlessly. You might start to think there is something wrong with you – why does everyone else find it so easy to attract connection in their lives, while you continue to struggle?

Maybe you’re starting to think you don’t like people in general. 

Do you want to know how can you achieve effortless connection, attraction and build a natural foundation for a healthy relationship?

Many people find themselves repeating old relationship patterns. Particularly attracting emotionally unavailable people and then finding themselves perplexed as to why they can’t achieve loving, open, emotional connections with others comprised of closeness, intimacy and natural attraction.

Does this sound like you?

When relationships become distant, people are left wondering why. 

What if I told you that the fear of loss is stopping you from attracting healthy loving emotionally available people and relationships? 

As you move through life you likely find yourself being blocked to connect and find it almost impossible to get your relationships to effortlessly move from attraction to building an emotional connection. 

Perhaps you are a serial dater moving from one relationship to the next thinking there isn’t any one who actually interest you.

You may find yourself perplexed as to why, when you actually do connect, you seem to connect with others based on factors outside yourself, like how your day was, how your work is going and what the latest is in your life.

Don’t Let The Fear of Loss Diminish Your Natural Ability to Connect With Others

This level of relating with others that you experience is no coincidence – your capacity to relate has already been programmed into you from early age conditioning.

What I mean by this is that you were born with a natural ability to connect; however, through negative life experiences your ability to spontaneously connect has been diminished and overridden by fears, such as the fear of rejection and the fear of loss.

So how does one achieve natural connections with others and what is the key to be able to do this effortlessly where communication and social skills are unnecessary?

Over a decade ago, a process call the Mind Resonance Process was developed to restore yourself back to a natural state of being where connection with compatible relationship prospects is second nature to you and feelings of awkwardness are eliminated permanently.

To try this process for yourself, overcome your fear of loss and find out more – contact me via the link below to request a complimentary 1 hour introductory phone/Skype consultation where you can see the astonishing results for yourself.

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Felicity Muscat is the Founder of The Institute of Self Mastery which was created to help others fulfil the truest, highest, and most authentic expression of themselves in all areas of life.

If you have tried other approaches that have failed and are ready for change, request a complimentary introductory phone/Skype coaching consultation to help you get started on your journey back to your peak performing empowered and alive self today. To learn more and explore others’ success stories, download Felicity’s eBooks.

Felicity Muscat, former psychologist is now an international self-esteem, self-empowerment, and self-mastery life coach. Felicity is also a relationship and success coach, author of three best-selling books and Level 3 mind resonance coach.

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