The Question of Expectations in Relationships I have been thinking about the question of having expectations in relationships. Have no expectations and you’ll never be disappointed The typical “spiritual” thing to say is that we should never have expectations of others. If we do we will always be disapointed. We cannot control what anyone else
2 powerful centers come together The only way to have a deep, fulfilling and lasting romantic relationship is for both people to be solid at their centres (or at least consciously working on solidity) and to bring those strong and independent centers together to increase and amplify each other. If I don’t need you to
My Neice is getting married tomorrow. Here is the letter I sent her and her new husband. Sharing some of my ideas for an enduring relationship. Be A Mirror Reflect the good qualities of your partner to them at least once a day. Reflect to them also what they need to improve upon when necessary.
A powerful romantic relationship reflects Divine Reality. Really this is true of any relationship, but I’m going to focus on romance at the moment (mmmmmm…). The journey to create a good relationship with a long term partner is a hard one. Much inner and outer work is required. Romance is a YinYang In the universe
Romantic love is more than a reflection of Divine Love. In its evolved state it IS Divine Love. This is because when romance reaches its peak it becomes worship. I worship the Divine One in you and I expose fully to you the Divine One in me. All of you becomes one with all of
My desire for romantic connection comes from my desire to feel complete. When we are in love we feel more complete, we feel the void is filled. And yet only Divine Completeness is enduring. Romantic completeness is but a reflection, a glimpse of the Divine Completeness. Divine Completeness is the only one that satisfies. In