Will Love Ever Find You?
By Carol Allen
When you’ve been heartbroken more than a few times, you’re not just afraid that you’re going to end up alone. Oh no, it’s much worse. You’re afraid that you’re defective in some way. Damaged. Screwed up. Unlovable.
So why even bother dating, or trying to find anyone? What good will it do you since you’re so obviously broken to the point that even if you met someone fabulous, you’d only send him running for the hills, anyway?
How Do You Like Them Apples?
So here’s the deal. It’s as though you have an apple tree. You’ve planted the tree in the finest soil, so that it receives just the right amount of sun.
You lovingly water it with only the best pure water (making sure it goes through at least SIX kinds of filtration processes).
You’ve hired a Swiss horticulturist to tend to the tree night and day. He carefully fertilizes the tree with only the highest quality fertilizer and prunes the leaves and branches just so.
But you’re not satisfied. Why? Because you’re longing for apples. You’re aching for apple cider. You’re “Jonesing” for apple strudel. You’d sell your soul for some apple chutney. You’d trade your mother for an apple pie.
But the darn tree is not producing apples. It can’t be the soil, or the sun, the water, the Swiss horticulturist, or the fertilizer…
There must be something wrong with the tree. If it isn’t producing apples, then clearly you were sold a bad tree, and there’s nothing to be done but cut the tree down. You’ve an ax in your hands and you’re about to do the terrible deed.
But here’s the thing about apples. (You know where I’m going with this…)
They only come when it’s apple season.
“Finding true love is like waiting for apples. When it isn’t time, it ain’t gonna happen.”
Your Seasons of Love
Only apple season will bring you apples.
Finding true love is like waiting for apples. When it isn’t time, it ain’t gonna happen. All the set-ups, Internet dating, flirting with handsome strangers and going out to meet men isn’t going to lead to marital or relationship bliss if it isn’t your personal astrological season for it.
Because don’t get me wrong – you can get a partner and even end up married before Apple Season. It’s just not going to be bliss! Kinda like trying to make that strudel when the apples aren’t ripe or have rotted…
And the amazing thing is that when it IS apple season, you can have all the apples, cider, strudel, chutney, and pie your heart desires.
And here’s what’s wonderful in astrology: Your chart reveals when it’s Apple Season, and when it’s not. There are forces greater than you at work, and it’s not all your fault. But you have to surrender and keep the faith while still tending to that darn tree, i.e. keeping your heart open.
Don’t Give Up On Your Romantic Destiny
So many women say to me once they pass a certain age, “Game over.” Meaning, “It’s too late. No one will ever want me now. I missed my opportunity and blew my chances, so I’m cursed to be alone and childless the rest of my life.”
They harden their hearts, stop meeting anyone, take their profile down off of Internet dating sites, let their appearance go, and get another cat.
Ninety-nine percent of the time, the charts of these women all point to the same thing: There’s nothing wrong with them and they aren’t too old! They’ve just never been in apple season before.
That fruitful, tasty time is still in the future – when they’re even older!
Because love doesn’t happen on YOUR time. It happens in DIVINE TIMING. And you can no more change your “astrological season” than you can make a tree blossom or bear fruit.
There are astrological cycles that show you when your own apple season will come and when you’re in a “love-bocking cycle.” I’ve created an in-depth personalized report that tells you exactly when these happen so you can know when to RAMP UP your efforts to meet men – or when to focus on the other parts of your life and not waste your precious energy.
It’s called Cycles of Saturn, and you can be reading it in minutes here: Cycles of Saturn. When you know that your season is ahead of you, it takes all the “blame and shame” out of every missed opportunity, rejection, or dating nightmare along the way. And it debunks that soul-crushing lie that you’re not lovable. Because you are… and love will come in divine time. Phew!