My Top 10 Personal Life Lessons about Relationships
#1 You’re not “in” a relationship if you desire changes from your partner you aren’t willing to make within you. You are in an illusion of false expectations and a refusal to master your own soul.
#2 Whatever you see in your partner or potential romantic interest that causes you to be judgemental and critical is really a reflection of a part of you that you aren’t prepared to fix.
#3 Foreplay is more about how you prepare your heart to serve than about what a partner needs to do for you.
#4 Love has no capacity to need. Love is too grand to need anything from anyone at any time. If you feel as though you aren’t getting your needs met, it is because you haven’t met love halfway. When you meet love, you will realize that you already have all you need.
#5 You cannot build relationships from false or pretentious foundations. The current of your heart supplies the power of your relationship to grow and expand.
# 6 Let there be peace on ”earth” in your own mind, your own consciousness and let it begin “me” – if you desire a brilliant relationship or have a vision of the kind of relationship you want, the pathways of peace, happiness and harmonious conditions must begin inside the cell of a passionate and persistent desire to have a healthy soul.
#7 “Out there” is really a reflection of the “inner” heart.
#8 When you’re stuck or not getting what you want, ask yourself if you have led a revolution within.
#9 When most people get into relationships, they act as victims. The goal is to get them to awakening from the dream of victimhood.
#10 Your relationship “is” exactly what “you” are.
You have no one else to convince about your greatness but you. When you can really get your mind to adopt the philosophy that you have no need whatsoever of anything or anyone, when you can grasp the vastness of your true reality, when you can bathe in the goodness of your source, you will find that the feelings of need and loneliness are just phantoms of an “idea” that you are separate from the whole.