Loving Relationships 101
Good relationships are desirable because they offer love, compassion, companionship, and understanding.
When relationships don’t work, they teach about our inner patterns — what we attract or magnetize. Relationships also teach us about the feelings and thoughts that we secretly say to ourselves or others.
Everyone is familiar with body language, but what about intuitive language? What if our internal thoughts and feelings could be heard? Of course, they are audible to intuitives — and when people alter their inner course of thoughts, then relationships often change.
1) When you think negative thoughts, the other person reacts. If you reflect on negative news or inner landscape, the other person responds. Have you ever thought about how the other person “never” does ___ and then the energy descends.
2) What is your true image of a person encountered daily in your life? Here’s the truth: when you see the person as incompetent, angry or lazy, then you increase this experience of energy in the other person.
3) Speak your truth as my expectation, my thought or my feelings, without blame for the other person. You are not asking the other person for fulfillment. You are simply expressing your truth. (Inner work: how do you expect another person to provide happiness for you?)
4) The best way of altering a relationship is by increasing your own happiness, spiritual consciousness, health and overall energy. At some point, the other person changes or not. Either way, your life becomes better.
By working with personal imagery, you construe a new map of your life, which offers the opportunity for new characters, situations and perspective. Changing reactions, including negative inner dialog, into conscious action brings higher energy into play.
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