You have an inner critic! It will never go away. You have a choice to stay in the control of your ego or risk following your inner instincts. Your inner critic wants to be your friend. Your ego likes the … Continue reading
ou want the best relationship possible with the person you love. You want to be heard, respected, and loved unconditionally. Being heard, respected and loved is all possible if you are both committed to making it happen.
Using the Enneagram for couples builds stronger relationships. First, it helps you to be more self-aware. It helps you to accept and love yourself. It helps you to take 100% responsibility for your own behaviour.
Taking responsibility for your own behaviour invites you to focus on what you are capable of changing. Remember the only person you can change is yourself.
Are you hungry for love? Many of us will look for a person to complete us. The reality is that no one but our self can do this. Why? Because you are one hundred percent responsible for your own happiness.
You are two whole people going into your relationship. You’re there for each other to create a nurturing environment – nudging you both towards health and wholeness.
What do you desire in a relationship? You likely want intimacy, trust, safety, playfulness, encouragement, love and compassion. But are you both ready to take one hundred percent responsibility to make it happen?
Relationships should not be hard, but you will go through rough times. Are you both prepared to learn through the ups and downs of your relationship? If you both can say yes to this, you are ready to begin the adventure.
You know life is going well for you! Your dreams are coming true. You love your job. You are in a great relationship. Everything is going well! Why with all this good happening in your life, does it feel like something is missing. Maybe it is your relationship with God.
Why is hard to connect with God when things are going well? When you are going through good times, it is easy to forget you still need the holy in your life.
You create the illusion that all this good that has come to you in your life has come from your efforts. Continue reading
A good relationship consists of many qualities. But for you to recognize these qualities you need to be open and healthy yourself. Continue reading
Right from birth, you are going to experience transitions in life. It starts at the beginning of life at birth.
Can you imagine the shock you must have felt being birthed into the cold world from the cozy, safe home of your mother?
After birth, you go from one transition to another. They include: Your first steps. The first time you rode a bicycle. The first time your parents left you with a babysitter.
Then there is the first day of school. Puberty, when your body starts to go through many physical changes. First serious relationship. Leaving home. Going to university. Marriage, becoming a parent, being fired, moving to a different community, empty nest, retirement and death are all part of life’s journey.
Your goal is to manage the challenges of life transitions as best as you can. Continue reading
God comes to you in many ways. God has many names Father, Allah, Mother, Oneness, Divine One and more.
God desires you and your partner to be your best as individuals and as a couple.
A good relationship with God will improve your marriage because the Spirit will help you to find your holy wisdom right within you. Continue reading
You may be like many today who call themselves spiritual rather than religious. You have lost trust in religion. You no longer see the relevance of faith communities.
You may be among the many who have wandered away from religious institutions and still hunger for mystery, interconnectedness, hope, and community.
Yes, you can have a deep relationship with God without ever entering a church or synagogue or mosque. The advantage of being a part of a faith community is that you have people to support you on the journey. Continue reading
You have an inner critic. You will never get rid of it. Instead of fighting it the best plan is to befriend it. Your inner critic wants to keep you safe in the limitations of your ego. As a child, … Continue reading
Life is full of transitions. The first big transition is birth. Can you imagine suddenly being pushed into the world from the comfort of your mother’s womb? I can only imagine how traumatic this is.
All transitions whether they are welcomed or not, take energy. According to the Holmes And Rahe Stress Scale they include:
· Death of a spouse (or child):
· Marital separation:
· Death of a close family member:
· Personal injury or illness:
· Dismissal from work:
· Marital reconciliation:
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