Below are details and photos of what a guy in Ireland did for his girlfriend and how he did this…

Starting with the finished product….

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An explanation of how it works on the back…

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How it works – close-up…

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The three colours represent the themes that the handwritten notes will be.

Starting off…

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“I started with an idea of an old-style US mason jar. I’m in Ireland, so it was quite hard to get my hands on one. I finally found a place in Dublin that sold them and bought the largest one there – and it was a beauty. It holds 1892ml (half a gallon), which gives you an idea of its size – as I need it to fit the 365 handwritten notes.”

230 notes in… and it is beginning to come together…

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“My little work station after 230 notes written and folded. At this stage, the wrist was starting to tire from the writing – but the jar was starting to take shape. I was especially pleased with how the colours were playing off against each other. Just 135 to go!”

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And here it is completed…

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“I designed and printed a logo for the front, but the glasswork writing on the jar protruded so far out that it was impossible to attach the printed sticker without it creasing.”

She was… happy.  She was ECSTATIC. There may have been tears – although that might have been partially to do with the amount of endless reading and unfolding she has ahead of her…”

(Courtesy of Imgur)

 

On that note… what creative and spontaneous ways can you show those you love and care about what they mean to you?

Too often days and lives pass by and we wonder where the time has gone.

What you saw above is an example of showing someone how much they mean to you… whether it be your partner, your children, your parents, someone elderly, ill, or anyone else.  The main ingredients needed are your love, care, creativity and expression.

When it comes to romance, when we meet someone new there is an excitement and thrill, there is a joy in the discovery and exploration of another… there is great stimulation for our brain and a feel-good chemical (dopamine) is released.

As time goes by there is usually less ‘new’ to discover (about the new partner) and oftentimes people do not feel the same ‘thrill’ (less dopamine stimulated too).

The key is the creation of new and thrilling (relatively speaking) experiences… things that excite you (together).

Romance is not something that finds you, but something that you joyously find someone else (and yourself) with

When I teach about manifesting I talk about the thrill of the flow of the energy and this (literally) breathing life into you… that is very different from something ‘stale’ or something you are trying to ‘fix’.  It is a very different energy.

So, whether for others or yourself, what surprises can you create that excite you, that make it exciting to be alive?  (And it doesn’t necessarily need to cost money, even if you are on a low budget, it is more about CREATIVITY and the SPIRIT of what you create)

We have a whole fresh, shiney new year coming… I will be sharing lots of content this month on Manifesting Excellence in best preparing you for it, including:

Manifesting by Letting Go of ‘Old Energy’ - How you attract and create by letting go, including many things you have around you right now which are holding you back that you may not be aware of!

Making 2015 Your Best Year Ever - Plenty of ways of using what you have achieved this year and in the past to create the best platform for your best year yet.  We often go into new years with the best of intentions but our energy ‘out of whack’… how to harmoniously bring everything together so that we THRIVE.

There will be much more added to this.  If you aren’t already on Manifesting Excellence then click here to join.

 

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