Today marks the third year since my grandpa passed to the spirit world. How fast the time went by. So much has happened since then, in the world, and in my own life. There is no way I could have predicted I would be living these times. Neither did the world. A year ago when I was contemplating the effects of Covid on humanity, I anticipated a shift in our consciousness. Today, a year later, I wonder, are we awake yet? Continue reading
“A thorn defends the rose, harming only those who would steal the blossom.”
I give myself permission to experience total freedom and abundance
7 Principles of Successful Relationships – Dr. John Gottmans
1. Enhance your love maps –
You know all of your partner’s relevant information, from life dreams to favourite movies, as a best friend would.
2. Nurture fondness and admiration
You have a positive view and deep appreciation of your partner, and express it.
3. Turn toward your partner instead of away during times of stress
“You want your partner to be that confidante” Gover says.
4. Let your partner influence you
You shouldn’t make important life decisions autonomously, as a single person would.
5. Solve your solvable problems
All couples have solvable and perpetual problems, but long-term couples solve those they can and understand there will always be perpetual problems.
6. Overcome gridlock
What often underlies perpetual problems are unfulfilled dreams. Talk about those dreams with the goal of making peace with the problem.
7. Create shared meaning
Develop the big and small rituals that help build the bond with your partner. Rituals range from hosting an annual party to having coffee together in the morning.
It’s been one year since the life we once knew, is no longer, and the life we know today seems unrecognizable. To be honest, we still don’t know exactly what life is supposed to be like. The uncertainty is still dominant, the fears and the instability, the losses and grief, the disappointments and the frustrations; they are all still here. Continue reading
“Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.”
I choose to use money for good, and the universe rewards me with more money
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