Is it wrong to seek perfection when looking for a lover?
In my opinion, it’s not wrong at all. Because we all have a different idea of perfect.
For most ordinary people, perfect doesn’t mean a stunning male or female model.
Most people just want someone compatible with them.
Somebody who can make you happy.
So yes I think it’s perfectly alright to seek the perfect person for YOU.
This means that you have to know what you want in a partner. You can choose what perfect means for you.
Perfect to you may be someone who is an intelligent intellectual, but also has a love of the outdoors.
For another person, it may be a music lover who is a foodie. It could be anything really.
Many of you will have certain physical characteristics, that are a must in an ideal partner.
But as you change over time, you will find this less important.
So How Do You Meet This Perfect Lover?
Well, its simple.
You know you desire to meet someone with common interests, and a common outlook on life.
So you need to put yourself into situations with other like-minded people.
Maybe your really into mountain biking. Then you need to surround yourself with other mountain bikers. Join a group that goes on rides together. You could very well, meet the man or woman of your dreams.
It is simple; we always interact with people with common interests.
Bringing A Metaphysical Approach:
For some of you who have a spiritual interest like me. You may be a practitioner of the law of attraction.
I view reality as a mirror. We are constantly having our beliefs reflected back on us.
So we will attract people into our lives like us. So why not use the law of attraction to attract the perfect mate?
For many of you, you may be wondering if you can use the law of attraction to attract a specific person already in your life. Make sure you check out this article to find out more.
Or check out this video discussing the possibility here.
Think of all the people in your life? They reflect a part of yourself if you’re truly honest.
Think of all the people in successful relationships in your life. They all are very similar in many respects, and most likely met as a result of friends or common interests.
It’s food for thought.
Just remember, it is ok to seek perfection … YOUR idea of perfection!