Monica Braun crossed over from the single girl and struggling with dating to being joyfully married to her soulmate and she wants to show you how
I dated the wrong men for 17 years. Once I created and applied the Intentional Dating Method to my own life, I met my husband and we were married 18 months later.
The Intentional Dating Method helps to clarify what you need emotionally and mentally in order to align to your deepest needs. By doing this, you can build a relationship that will help you become the best, fullest, freest version of yourself, feeling completely seen, heard, valued and understood. By consciously choosing the right partner, you are setting yourself up for a joyful and healthy marriage and family life.
I believe that God has a purpose for our life. And with that, I believe that God has a purpose for who we marry as well. Together, we fulfill our purpose together as a family unit.
A soulmate is a deep and spiritual partnership that transcends the mind and body, becoming a spiritual union, glorifying God. I found my soulmate and I believe I can help you find yours.
The Pillars of the Intentional Dating Method
A Soul-filled relationship can happen when you follow this process:
Pillar I: Intentional Dating
Streamline the dating process and empower yourself to make the right decisions for your relationships regarding what you need in a partner emotionally and mentally.
Pillar II: Awaken Your Feminine/Masculine Side
Craft your communication to allow your femininity/masculinity to become magnetic.
Pillar III: Be Your Authentic Self and Lean Into Vulnerability
Lean into vulnerability and let your true self shine.
Pillar IV: Discern
Inspired by Ignatian Spirituality, learn a structured discernment process to help you contemplate if he/she is the right one for you
Pillar V: Personalized Dating
Meet other singles with the same Christian values via zoom in a 1:1 setting to help you practice your skills in a real world setting and discern if they are the right fit for you
Virtual Speed Dating for Personalized Dating
Come meet fellow Christian singles at a Virtual Speed Dating Event!
Engage in the dating process and meet eligible singles without even leaving your home! Virtual Speed dating provides you with the opportunity to personalize the dating experience by helping you meet and connect with potential matches, instantaneously. It is a relaxed and fun environment that will offer you a hands on approach to dating.
The virtual speed dating events take place all over the US and Canada and range between varying age groups. Monica hosts the events to provide her clients with matchmaking opportunities to encourage them to improve their dating skills with the hopes of finding their perfect match and practice their dating skills.
The events takes place over the video conferencing app Zoom. Monica will provide you with the meeting ID prior to the event. Each couple will be placed into a private breakout room and will rotate between all of the daters. By the end of the event, a survey will be provided. If there is a mutual match, Monica will exchange contact information with your permission.
Take your love life into your hands and see where the adventure takes you!
Intentional Dating helps you create emotional, mental and soul filled relationships that will lead to joyful marriages.
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