Love is one of the most powerful things there is. Love between two lovers, a parent and a child, friends, sisters, brothers… Love can propel us into action for the other person. It ignites us to put the other person first. With love we do things to take care of, celebrate and support another. Love is powerful.

When you come from a place of pure love, so much more is possible. You can let go of judgement, resentment, fear and so much more. Love is about being open to experiencing the other person exactly for who they are and loving all of them. When you come from that place, you can harness the power of love!

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5 Ways to Harness the Power of Love
  1. come from a place of pure love
  2. look for the light in others
  3. connect with what is really important
  4. keep an open heart
  5. connect your heart to pure joy

When you harness the power of love, the unimportant things fall aside. The stories, the uncertainty and the lack of connection slowly fade away. When you connect with another in pure love, accept them for who they are, how they show up and without judgement, there is more connection, kindness and joy.

When you harness the power of love, you allow room for others to do the same.

About the Author

Michelle has over 20 years experience in coaching, leadership and motivation. She is passionate about creating a community for growth, healing and support. She has been recognized for her work both locally and nationally. She inspires audiences and clients with her down to earth stories of struggle and growth. She believes that being authentic has been the key to her success.

  • This made me smile because I am on the couch recovering from dental surgery of earlier today. My husband has been bringing me the ice pack I have to put on and take off every 10 minutes. I told him I could do it himself but he told me it made him happy to do it for me. And, he’s making me a special (soft) dinner. What love!

  • This is a beautiful post, Michelle. I love the 5 points you bring up (plus the one you didn’t bring up, which is to love yourself), as your first commenter suggested. I particularly like the one about connecting with what is really important. Too often, we focus on the negative and that suffocates love. Look for the good things and let go of the unimportant stuff. Thanks for sharing. It was an enjoyable read. 😉

  • Hi Michelle,

    This is a very heartfelt post. I love the quote about the differences between a man and a women’s role. It’s not who does what, it’s just a conversation of how love should be. Awesome post Michelle!

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