Monday Motivation: Broken Hearts

If your heart had a voice, Beloved, what would it say? – Iyanla Vanzant

A heart that’s been broken is known to become overwhelmed with emotions. These emotions form as a result of betrayal. When you love someone and it doesn’t work out for whatever reason, it leaves you feeling as if your heart has literally been torn out of your chest. Have you been there? If so, you know that a broken heart can lead to long-term grudges and spiteful words that you would never be able to take back.

The heart is a powerful thing. So powerful that it is capable of having desires… even secrets. That’s why it’s very important that we learn to quiet our minds and listen to our hearts. By doing so, we will begin to understand why we are the way we are. And with that knowledge we can move forward with a healed heart filled with love again.

In order for your broken heart to heal, you will need to:

  1. Take the necessary time to heal. Moving on to a new relationship before you’ve had a chance to address the matters of your heart will only lead to another heart-break. It’s not fair to you or the person you are pursuing.
  2. Find your own happiness. You can’t expect anyone to complete you. That’s not their job! Get to know yourself while spending time alone. There’s nothing wrong with being single.
  3. Be a light. I believe that you attract what’s inside of you. Shakti Gawain, the author of Creative Visualization, has a quote that says:“If we are basically positive in attitude, expecting and envisioning pleasure, satisfaction and happiness, we will attract and create people, situations, and events which conform to our positive expectations.”
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    At the end of the day, you can’t rely on a stomach filled with unruly butterflies. Make sure he/she is worthy of your heart. Guard your heart. Don’t just give your heart to anyone. Take your time and really get to know him/her.

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