Here are some great ideas to try this Valentine's Day in order to mix it up. I know how hard it might seem that everyone is out having fun and in love with a partner but for many people it's not like that. So instead of focusing on what's not here how about creating a new experience that feels better. Not only will it be of service to others but you will create new neuro-pathways to love in your our experience. Putting your attention on what feels good for others or yourself helps prepare your garden for more love in all areas of life. Here is the article from Emily John over at the Huffington Post:
Almost everybody wants to love and be loved. The question on many people's minds is: how do we get there? Attracting and growing the love we want can sometimes seem like Eisenstein's theory of relativity E=MC2, a mysterious equation that we have all heard about but don't usually understand. The handed down idea is that love is something you search for to complete yourself. It's a destination and something that is to be fought for, fallen into, and obtained in order to feel. Well I think it's high time I challenged this flawed belief system and redefine what I want.
Then it hit me in my own entirely unscientific but easily excitable way.
Einstein's E=MC2 equation points to the formula for love. Say whaaaa???