Sacred relationship isn't something we chase,
it is a frequency we cultivate within ourselves.
It is a birthright that needs to be remembered,
claimed and embodied.
Your feelings are valid, no matter what they are.
Right or wrong, evolved or coming from patterns of survivalism.
They are valid and worthy of compassionate love and listening. Dismissing negative feelings because they’re not in their most refined form, or because they don't feel great, is dissociating and compartmentalizing. It further fragments our emotional and etheric body and dishonors the nature of your humanness. It compromises self-trust.
This leads to repression, suppression of voice, and eventually, resentment with self.
Knowing how and when to honor this wisdom within us is imperative, because more often than not, our external relationships cannot meet all of our feelings with compassion. Most individuals can only hear through their own agendas, and because of this, we must be unwavering in how we give our internal ebb and flow permission to BE, whilst safeguarding it in a space to unfold and be witnessed. It is like holding them in a womb of redemptive love.
When your internal world knows it is safe and supported by you, it reveals its wonder and magic. It reveals with greater ease your core stability, and your movement in life becomes more fluid and aligned with your purpose and authentic expression. The more you cultivate the honoring of your feelings, the more you will find them honored in relating with others.
Through witnessing your feelings and allowing them safe passage in their raw form, they can dissolve and reveal their true nature.
Not everything needs to be processed or understood, but everything needs to be compassionately seen, acknowledged and brought into forgiveness with self.
“What is true commitment?”
“When is it okay to compromise?”
"Why do men say they want one thing and act another way?"
"Are Soulmates and Twin Flames real?"
"Why do I keep attracting men who are unavailable?"
"Does monogamy even work? Do I need to be more 'open'?"
"How do I know when I'm acting out of intuition or limitation?"
"What is this feminine and masculine energy and how do I integrate the two?"
"I don't want to play games. I'm ready for true partnership but i feel it may not exist, or be for me."
"I've been disappointed so many times!"
Do you ever think these things to yourself?
We are born with the innate right to be in relationship, but we are never given the proper training or tools to know how to open to its greatest potential.
Relationships are to be experienced as a vehicle for growth and transformation.
Each of us are here to unfold in a very UNIQUE way.
We each carry a 'soul-print' and because of this, the same rules do not apply. Going inward to explore our psychological dissonance and discover what our unique needs and values are, allows us to move into a more authentic, refined and aligned frequency.
This makes us available for the one whose dharma compliments and nourishes our own.