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The Love Equation

Think of the people you know who give love in response to negative energy that’s directed their way. There aren’t many people who respond lovingly in that situation. The ones who do are able to because they have love to give away. They know that it’s impossible to give away what they don’t have, and they’ve gone that extra mile to acquire what it is that they want to both attract and give away. If love and joy are what you want to give and receive, then begin by taking stock. What have you got to give away? What are you giving out to the universe, and thus, what are you attracting? Remember that you can’t give away what you don’t have, but you can change your life by changing what’s going on inside.

Low energy attracts low energy. Low energy thoughts, such as anger, hate, shame, guilt, and fear, weaken you. And they attract more of the same. By changing your inner thoughts to the higher frequencies of love, harmony, kindness, peace, and joy, you’ll attract more of the same, and you’ll have those higher energies to give away.

To begin to change what’s inside you, become more loving toward yourself. In your thoughts, cultivate an inner voice and attitude that’s 100 percent on your team. Imagine an inner self that only supports and loves you. You might schedule a certain time of day when that’s the only thought that you allow yourself to pay attention to. Gradually this loving attitude will extend to other people. You’ll begin to receive this energy back and ultimately be able to send thoughts of love and joy to everyone and everything in your world.

Make a pact to remind yourself often of this secret of not being able to give away anything that you don’t have. Then work on your personal program of self-love, self-respect, and self-empowerment, and create a huge inventory of what you wish to give away. If what you give is self-respect and self-love, the universe will return the love and respect you’ve been radiating. It’s really so simple. As the Beatles said: “The love you take is equal to the love you make.”

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Comments

Adelina says:

thank so much for this reminder- needed it today!

sharon says:

Thank you Dr. Dyer
This is so true , for I have been practicing the presence of God for quite a while. For God is love and who
abides in love abides in God. It is true you cannot give what you don’t have.Seek and you will find, knock
and the door will be opened . He who seeks finds and he who knocks the door will be opened to.
NAMASTE!

NANCY says:

I am in gratitude for your words Dr. Dyer – that wonderful vibration of love that we give away so freely…it’s amazing when you give love, peace, joy, happiness then you see how it comes back to you in so many different ways…..turn the negative feelings to positive feelings….
In love and light to you,

Natalia says:

Thank you Dr.Dyer & Happy Valentine’s Day! Your words & books are inspiration to me. I’ve been thinking about creating my book for so long & this night I woke up with deep understanding I’m ready for it. Latly I translated the previous story of your blog into Russian & sent it to my friends as a letter of inspiration. Thank you from them & from me!

Joshua says:

Connection to Source + Time = Fulfillment

Joshua says:

How powerful our thoughts are!

Esther says:

I love this concept. I find it comes and goes…very hard to sustain continuously due to life pressures. Its a great message to keep reading and aspire to being in that positive state more and more. Thank you !

Sunil says:

Thank you Dr. Dyer for sharing your lovely thoughts on Valentine’s day. I am in the process of learning and discovering what true love is. Your thoughts are profound and resonate strongly with my life experiences. Your books have always inspired me. The world needs people like you to bring light in our lives. Thank you.

Willam says:

Thanks again for everything you wrote ,I feel that all positive thinking and love and harmony are the only way to give out and get it back from others. God and the Universeinfinite love gets to you, bless you .

Miyuki says:

Thank you so much for a profound love message on Valentine’s Day! I was thrilled when I read this because I’m working on this right now! Thank you so much for your guidance and great love always… Thank you, thank you, thank you.

JAMES says:

Thank you again for your kind comments Dr Dyer. I read about the low and high energies in the book you recommend Power VS Force, and I believe it is so true. I talk about anger in my conferences, and in my book, as a low energy, which attracts more of the same low energy.
God Bless You

Alessandra says:

Hi dr Wayne,I wish I had the chance to work for you,translations from English to Italian/French.It might be a great honor for meI saw you in Rome last saturday,thanks a lot for your never endind flow of love.Alessandra

Loretta says:

I am in a dilemma. My ex-husband, thinks I am so far disconnected, because I’ve stopped allowing myself to be stepped on. Is it wrong to remove the low-energy from your life, when it comes in the form of family and friends? Thank you for all the help you’ve unknowingly gave me in the past.

Love and Peace

Clare says:

Recently I ordered and sent one of your first books to a person I whom I care for deeply, but haven’t seen since we were kids (took quite awhile to find!). My own copy of “The Sky’s the Limit” is well travelled. Thanks so much for writing it. It embodies the values my father tried to show/teach me. He was a beautiful man. You are too.

Lyn Alma says:

I am grateful for the miracle of forgiveness and the lessons I have learnt along the way about truely loving self. Yes our thoughts are powerful indeed. Thank-you.

Maria Grazia says:

…Loving thoughts are not always so easy. I found that giving thanks every morning makes me smile and a loving thought comes as a consequence… “Thank You” for the special things and many blessings every day in my life.

Colette says:

Dear Dr. Dyer,
I received an email from a friend’s spouse that she’d passed away. I knew she was sick, but had not taken the opportunity to tell her how much I loved her. After 3 agonizing days, I decided to give her the gift of forgiveness, patient and compassion towards myself. Hooray for your advice to learn to love yourself.

Arna Baartz says:

Dear Dr. Dyer, I agree with what you have written and LOVE the way you have written it!
I run a self-esteem program for children, The I AM Program and would like to print this post and use it with the children. Is this okay with you? Your post clearly outlines the very message I am giving and it comes from such a reputable source!

Patricia says:

Dear Dr. Dyer,
I am in need of help for a dear friend. He is a wonderful person that gives back to the world on a regular basis. He is in a dark place and trying to overcome the damage of childhood abuse. I am reaching out to the strength and wisdom you share. Please, any ideas are welcome!

Alessandra says:

Dear Doctor Dyer,I deeply thank you for alla the goodness and positive thoughts you share with us,I am becoming aware of the power of thoughts and statements.Take care
Alessandra

Charmane says:

Thank you.

Mucunda says:

gran anticulo, me encanta, lo duro es trabajar sobre esa voz interior y para el saboteo de nuestras bajas energias.
la clave esta en escuchar nuestroas voces interiores.
Namaste

Kenneth says:

Giving love: a smile, a helping hand, a word of encouragement, tender guidance, shared joy, a song, laughter, a boost, listening, a hug. Love can be given in many forms and in many forms will come back to you. A butterfly flitting about comes back to rest on your shoulder.

Dani says:

I LOVE that you quoted The Beatles! This self-love has to be genuine, though. What I mean is, you really have to KNOW yourself to be confident in ‘what you give away’. To me, that is the hard part…

catherine says:

I am so grateful to have this opportunity to thank you for everything, Dr. Dyer. Your posts are always so timely. You are awesome. luv cathy

Joseph Wadas says:

The concept many have of love is not accurate. Love is not a “feeling”. Love is a decision. It is a choice. This choice/decision is made especially when it is most difficult, when we return love for anger/hate. Loving self and others is a choice. Namaste!

Kathy says:

This is such a timely post! I continue to see so much hatred and anger towards Michael Vick (especially in response to the recent news that he will be on an upcoming episode of Oprah). I hope that all of these people can eventually forgive so that everyone can move forward in a positive way. Forgiving isn’t condoning.