We are celebrating the launch of my Allow Love Program by giving love!
Every day between 2/1 and 2/14 we will be giving away one copy of my newly released Allowing Love CD Album. And on Valentine’s Day we will give the grand prize of one free ticket to the Allow Love Program.
All you have to do is in the comments below answer the question of the day.
Come back every day to https://mirakelley.com/blog for a new chance to win.
Today’s question is: Who do you want to say “I love you” to?
Also, check out the Allow Love Program.
It is a deeply rewarding journey of past life regressions, exercises, mediations, discussions, self-exploration and creation – we are on the ultimate quest to claim love and happiness!
Over the course of 21 days, we will explore your past lives to understand what blocks and challenges you may have within you that you are not even aware of. We will address and remove your deepest inhibitors of love and we will redefine your beliefs of what is possible for you.
On a soul level we have made this appointment long ago. We agreed for me to come into your life at this perfect time. So that I let you see clearly your patterns of how you keep yourself away from love. How you keep yourself away from gifting your magnificence to the world. And how you keep yourself closed off to the love and support that All That Is seeks to constantly shower you with. Now let me guide you and lets heal those patters.
Join me in Allowing Love as I guide and empower you to accept the love you deserve.
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I want to say I love you to the high school students I counsel. Every day for 27 years I have seen these bright minds attempt to navigate their worlds. They really are doing the best they can and it would be great for them to really know they are valued and would feel this love.
I express love to all – for divine Love and all its manifestations.
My dads Mom ,,my gram the words just would not ever cross my lips at that time in my life, she passed over in 1986 on Valentines day. Very prime a proper lady.
I want to say I love you to myself since I’m very good at saying it to my family and loved ones.
I want to say I love you to Mom, Dad, Grandma, brother Denny and Aunt Anna one more time. I miss thhem so much.
I am really loving this blog series. I thought I would be able to answer all of the questions, but some are much harder for me to answer than I thought they would be. I feel I have an answer for today, though–
I would like to say “I love you” to everyone I have ever dated. I feel like more often than not, those relationships – however long or brief – ended on an uncomfortable or unloving note. Meanwhile, each of these men helped me discover more of myself while also helping me to shape and attract the relationship I really wanted to have. I am in a very good place romantically now, and I know I could not enjoy this without having learned and loved with each of them. I wish they all knew that I held only love for them and our memories.
And, of course, much love to you & your readers!
I used to be scared of saying I love you. Something changed, and I feel these are words too important not to say. When my heart feels the need to say “I love you” I say I love you. I reached out to an ex boyfriend and told him I love him last month. Someone I haven’t seen in a very long time, and although nothing has stemmed from a simple “I love you”, I feel freer. It was something that needed to be expressed.
I truly fall in love with anyone who shows me their soul. Who shares their vulnerability with me and I am no longer afraid to make it be known when I love.
I got to a place a good long time ago where I understood very clearly that it was important to not leave “I love you” unsaid. So I made sure that is was something all the most important people in my life heard very frequently – and this has proved to be an invaluable decision on so many levels. Working with young children also opens you up to the ease of “I love you” because it comes so easily to them – and expressing love is such a big part of creating the nurturing environment that very young children need to thrive. What’s really nice is that I’ve gotten to a place where it can be easily said when ever the need arises – and even in the most difficult situations… it can be gotten to… I guess because I realize the that ultimately, at the end of the day, there really is nothing else.
I want to say I love you to me!
I want to say ” I Love You” to everyone I meet and everyone I know…
There’s no reason to withhold love from any one person or from myself…
Go with the flow of love in this universe.