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The Right Relationship

Love, Devotion & What is Purpose

Devotion is not some high-minded, grand, abstract thing. It is often found in an ordinary moment, in an ordinary day; it’s an injured animal on the side of the road, that we take home to care for it. When devotion finds us, it is an absolute, non-negotiable extend of hands, asking us to love wholeheartedly…

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The Dandelion Girl: Love Transcends Time

“The day before yesterday I saw a rabbit, yesterday a deer, and today, you.” Love humbly begins from chance meetings, maturing into something meaningful when carefully nurtured and properly cultivated. Each day Julie sees something beautiful and substantial yet each following day is a deeper layer unfolding, beyond the veil of her eyes…

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The Choice: Love, I Will That I Am

Now is the time to choose love, not fear. We have to hold on, hold close and hold together. We have to align to a higher consciousness and tend to it consistently. We have to build a space of love, safety and connection and hold that space as much as we can; a fortress of trust. Protect it like a sacred heart…

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Soulmates, No-Shows, Puzzles + The Purpose of Relationships

We need to understand that all people are purposeful in our life. When we define and categorize, we ultimately limit ourselves; we rob ourselves of the experience of a connection. I don’t think we should focus on definitions – it is about the experience. We need to learn to honor all of our connections rather than put them in some human-made boxes of definitions…

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Love Letter: When The Worlds Kiss

Dear Miracle. Yes, you! The Christmas season is here and regardless of religion or spiritual belief, this is a sacred time when we celebrate the biggest miracle of all; the birth of a child, the birth of love. And we are all miracles. It is through our childlike eyes that we can see the purity and the divine in everything and everyone around us…

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The Necessity of Limits & Being Grateful for Them

“Our human and earthly limits, properly understood, are not confinements but rather inducements to fullness of relationship and meaning. Perhaps our most serious cultural loss in recent centuries is the knowledge that some things, though limited, are inexhaustible. If we always have a theoretically better substitute available from somebody or someplace else, we will never make the most of anything…

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How to Cultivate Tenderness toward Ourselves

To keep us tender in this world is the hardest yet most important thing. Our tenderness is where our greatest strength is. When we follow its thread of water, it leads us gently to our core where despite hardships we remained resilient and unbreakable. In a way – our tenderness is our hardiness because no thing and no one was capable of destroying that part of us…

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Love & Prayer

There is incredible power to this kind of devotion; of a deeply spiritual act that kneels us each and every time like nothing else ever could. Prayer is an intimate love song through which we enter into a relationship with the divine. Prayer is an offering of ourselves wholebodily and wholeheartedly. Prayer, despite its gentleness, is never afraid and in our hardest times, it gets its feet dirty holding us…

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Magic, The Natural Connection, Rainmaker & Name Giving

Magic is a shapeshifter. The alchemists described it as “the ability to turn lead into gold” or in other words, it is the ability to turn something mundane into extraordinary. At its true essence, magic is a way of perceiving our world in a new way – engaging with it and falling in love with it again. It runs wild and free but it is not found outside of us – it is rooted and threads in our everyday life, in the soil of our soul…

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Truth, Trust, Fear and Freedom

There is uncertainty and fear associated with admitting our truths. In a way, we renounce the security of our known life; of the familiar roles we have built which kept us safe but have now ran their course. Identifying with external things and people provides a false sense of security, but mainly, it causes a separation from our Self…

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Exploring The Intimate Relationship

"Two lovers float entwined in one another, ensnared by their emotion. He envelops and engages; she resists and surrenders. They struggle as one with equal passion and with passion equally. She balances his head in her arms. She supports him and nurtures his soul. He...

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The Art of Loving: How to Deepen Connection and Intimacy

Let every day be a painting. We change constantly. Even after many years together with one person living under the same roof, we still change, and we need to get to know each other — explore each other — all over again each day.
And just like art, there is always something new we can find in our partner — a new colour, a new sparkle, a new curve of a brushstroke, a new feeling…

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