If your love life sucks do this… (Quick Fix!)


What do these 3 things have in common?

1) DNA (Human DNA is about 6 feet long but still fits inside every human cell.) [1]

2) Photosynthesis (One large tree can provide a day’s supply of oxygen for up to four people.) [2]

3) Gravity (It travels at the speed of light and determines the structure of the entire universe.) [3] [4]


They were all created by the incomprehensible perfection of life itself… without our input or assistance.

If the process of life can create and take care of the entire universe, is it unreasonable to assume good things will happen in our lives without us forcing them to?

The fact that we are not actually in control of life’s events should be self-evident.

Life rarely unfolds exactly as we want it to.

When it does, we’re happy and relaxed.

When it doesn’t, we’re disturbed and stressed.

(No wonder there’s so much tension, anxiety, and fear.)

Every day, we give precedence to our thoughts over the reality unfolding before us.

We regularly say things like, “My ex should take me back” or “It better not rain today” or “I better get that new job.”

Notice these bold claims about what should and shouldn’t happen are not based on scientific evidence.

They’re based solely on personal preferences.

Without realizing it, we do this with every aspect of life… including romantic decisions.

It’s as though we actually believe the world around us is supposed to manifest in accordance with our likes and dislikes.

If it doesn’t, surely something is very wrong.

This is a huge source of hardship and difficulty.

The question is, does it have to be this way?

There’s plenty of evidence proving life does quite well on its own without our intervention:

– A single fertilized cell grows into a beautiful baby.

– Tiny seeds grow into giant trees.

– Planets stay in orbit.

All these amazing events, and countless more, are carried out by forces of life that started billions of years before we were born and will continue billions of years after we are gone.

These are the same forces of life we consciously pit our will against on a daily basis.

What would happen if you respected the flow of life and used your free will to participate in what’s unfolding, instead of fighting it?

I’m going to invite you to do just that with a 30-Day Challenge.

At the heart of this challenge is a simple question:

Are you better off fighting reality to build the life you think is best, or are you better off letting the forces of the universe design your life for you?

I already know the answer to this question but you must experience the truth for yourself.

So if you’re up for the challenge, let’s get started…

30-Day Challenge

STEP 1: Take a moment to create two lists: First, list everything in life you’re not happy with. Then, list everything in life you are happy with.

STEP 2: Over the next 30 days, use the 4 A’s below (Accept, Assume, Ask, Action) to allow universal wisdom to guide your life.

STEP 3: At the end of 30 days, make a list of all the improvements in your love life, and life in general.

The 4 A’s

(1) Accept:

Accept every situation that appears in your life with positivity and love.

Maintain this mindset: The door of my heart is open to this moment no matter what.”

If a situation triggers a negative feeling, let it go.

Here’s how…

Allow yourself to feel the negativity.

Surrender all efforts to resist or modify the feeling in any way.

Fully experiencing the negativity allows the energy behind the feeling to dissipate.

This will cause the negative feeling to disappear by itself.

(2) Assume:

Assume the ONLY things that happen in your life are things that benefit you.

For example, let’s say someone breaks up with you.

You could assume this is a negative event and feel discouraged because your relationship didn’t work out.

Or, you could assume this is a positive event and feel optimistic because you are now free to find your soulmate.

Every second, both positivity and negativity are equally available.

Always assume the positive.

(3) Ask:

With the sense of clarity achieved by following the first two A’s, ask yourself:

What is being asked of me by the situation unfolding in front of me?”

(4) Action:

Take action based on your answer from the third “A” with zero assumption or expectation about the outcome.

The correct action will most likely align with your highest excitement.

Excitement is one of the strongest forms of universal guidance.

To find your highest excitement, list your options at the moment then take the option that excites you most.

It doesn’t have to be life-transforming. It could seem mundane.

Whatever it is, act on it to the best of your ability until you can take it no further.


For every situation that arises in your life:

1) Accept it.

2) It’s here for your benefit.

3) What is it asking of you?

4) Do what is asked.


[1] dnacenter.com/blog/10-fun-facts-dna

[2] usda.gov/media/blog/2015/03/17/power-one-tree-very-air-we-breathe

[3] einstein.stanford.edu/content/relativity/q1510.html

[4] sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/04/160406170047.htm

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