The more I seem to work with my clients and talk with other single women one question that seems to come up on a regular basis is:
How can I attract Mr. Right when my religious beliefs are getting in the way?
Before I answer this question, let me just shed a little light about my background. I believe in God. (Regardless of what your religious preference please note that I am not judging you.) I grew up as a child practicing the Christian faith and I went to church every Sunday.
My grandmother was one of those women who made sure that I was in every activity that related to church. I was in the choir, usher board, youth choir, Sunday school, and more. Because I was so involved with the church and its activities, I was groomed into believing what everyone believed in without really researching anything for myself.
If the pastor told me that God said, “If I jump off the roof I would go to heaven,” I would have believed him. I didn’t research anything for myself or really read my Bible. I took my Bible to church every Sunday but it was because I saw everyone else doing the same and not because I actually read it.
So once I became older and steered away from the church, I began to go on a spiritual journey. I started researching and finding out who God is and how God wanted me to live my life. After doing a lot of research, praying and meditating, I found out that some of the teachings and habits were false and were not designed by God. They were created by man.
I share this story with you because you may be going through the same situation. Your conflict with attracting Mr. Right and your religion may be the result of years of believing in something that you were taught growing up as a child that may not be the truth.
Once I started asking God to reveal the truth to me, the answers started coming.
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