OM IN THE CITY

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A single woman’s journey to finding more peace, manifesting more love and finding that elusive relationship that will last an eternity.

by Nadine Christine Hamdan 
Hollywood Writer and Television Producer


My beautiful Los Angeles.  The city of lights dreams and hopes.  La La Land it’s called.  For those who come to LA, it’s usually to pursue a dream of fame, fortune and notoriety.  Millions upon millions of people roaming around all looking for that one special break. So I made it my mission in life to learn the “the biz” of entertainment and break into Hollywood as a writer and producer. I cultivated magnificent relationships, met all the right people (who I might add are incredible human beings), went to parties and worked my friggin’ tail off.  And then I woke up one morning, a decade later and realized that I am an absolute mess when it comes to relationships with men.  Instead of creating Zen and more OM in my life, I created more chaos and OMG drama.  And so OM in the City is born.  A single woman’s journey to finding more peace, manifesting more love and finding that elusive relationship that will last an eternity.  Or at least a few years, whichever comes first.

MANIFESTING MY VALENTINE MAN

It’s hard to believe that another Valentine’s Day is upon me.  Yet, again, single and dateless, still trying to find my spiritual balance and not in a gallon of chocolate-chocolate chip ice-cream on a daily basis.  Learning, growing, balancing and trying to figure it all out day by day.  So I decided that the best route I could take was to interview my best friend, astrologer and spiritual mentor, who told me to get away from an ex-boyfriend who was TOXIC.  Might I add, she did yell, TOXIC.  I was perfectly willing to keep him, to get a card on Valentine ’s Day, but she highly advised against it. And casually reminded me “you’ve never received a card from him on Valentine’s day”.  And then it hit me like a ton of bricks.  OMG, he has never once bought me a Valentine’s Day card.  WTF is wrong with me?  Why am I still vying for this relationship?  Take the F out of shift and what do you have?  ME, dateless on another Valentine’s Day.  I have to make a shift.  PATTY HELP ME!  The interview began and what unfolded was amazing, enlightening and gave me serious hope for my future.

Source: OM Times Magazine (http://s.tt/15wNs)

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