Anita Jackson
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"In the time that I have known and worked with Anita Jackson, one thing has become very clear: her deep commitment to learning, growing and being the best she can be in all that she does. In this book, Rekindle the Magic in Your Relationship: Making Love Work, Anita is inspiring and empowering others to follow her lead and be the best they can be!

This book is a living testament to who Anita is and the way in which she has not only supported her clients to seek out and expect better relationships in their lives, but also of her own personal journey of marriage that she willingly and passionately shares with others to help set them on a better path of their own journey…

In this powerful book, Rekindle the Magic in Your Relationship: Making Love Work, Anita reaffirms the power of imaging and changing your thinking as it relates to your relationships. By imaging and thinking of your relationship in a new way and painting a clear picture of exactly what you want … and focusing on what you want, you will ultimately attract what you want. Believe it or not, most people focus on what they don't want … they focus on the bad relationship, the things the other person isn't doing … and the list goes on. Anita offers a fresh perspective for those who are willing to take heed and create the relationship of their dreams.

Awareness of the role we play in a given relationship allows us to take that relationship to a higher level … we begin to view it differently and thereby respond to situations that arise as opposed to reacting to what life sends our way. In a gentle and kind way, Anita shares her wisdom on seeing only the good in our loved ones and creating an environment that allows them to fulfil this "new" role more and more.

This book offers practical tips for people to think differently about their relationships in a more loving and positive way and also gives the reader some simple action steps they may use to take their relationship to the next level."

Bob Proctor, Author of the best-selling book You Were Born Rich

Chapter 2: Being Who We Truly Are

In order to rekindle the magic in our relationship, we need to know what we want and what we are aiming for in the relationship. We need to stay true to ourselves and not compromise our core self. We can do this by having a vision of what we want our relationship to be like and how we see ourselves and our loved one interacting within the relationship. We must see ourselves being the best we can be at all times. By wanting our relationship to be even better than it is, we continue to learn, grow and improve in order to attain and experience the even better relationship.

I believe we are able to keep our relationship alive and thriving if it is already a good relationship. I also believe we are able to bring our relationship back to life if it is not currently a good one. It is not a matter of being false but more about wanting to be better than you are right now and wanting your relationship to be better than it is right now. This means being open to change, holding the vision of how you want your relationship to be and acting as if it is already that way.

To find out what we want as our vision, we may need to know what we do not want. Most people seem to find it easier to say, “I don’t want _____ in my relationship.” However, never focus on what you do not want; otherwise, as both Wallace Wattles and Bob Proctor say, we will get what we do not want. As soon as you know what you do not want you must cast it aside, let it go and turn your mind to what you do want. When I ask clients what they want, quite often they tell me what they do not want. We might spend a little time finding out why they do not want certain things but then I will ask them, “And what is the opposite of that?” Sometimes they may need a little time to think about it but soon they come up with the opposite: what they do want. We always know, but we seem to find it easier to focus on the negative rather than the positive; however, it is imperative that we turn our thoughts to the good things we want. There is always a polar opposite. As I have heard Bob Proctor say many times, whatever goes up must come down and dark moves into light and vice versa. We cannot tell what is good unless we have evil. We cannot get rid of evil but we do not need to focus on it; otherwise, I believe we encourage it. We must always focus on the good in our relationship. There is an interesting little book by Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov, The Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, which explains this.

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