Category Archives : Relationships

The most important thing about boundaries

So as a nice continuation of yesterday’s discussion on compartmentalizing things, today let’s talk about boundaries. You have probably heard a great deal about boundaries and how we should set them and why we should set them, so let’s take a look at that. The most critical thing from a consciousness point of view is […]

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Is there a puppet master around you

This is something that occurred to me today – how there are some people who are chess players or puppet masters and they are another source of great conflict and chaos, which is entirely unnecessary, in the world. So let me explain the characteristics of such people. They, by strategies that are inexplicable to me, […]

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Where the strong are also gentle

It will be a lovely world when the strong are also gentle! The other day I was talking about kindness being seen as weakness and here’s another thing that might be considered weakness and that is gentleness. But in fact it takes a very strong person to be gentle. Because being gentle, being considerate means […]

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The folly of * if only *

The other thing that leads us to believe that relationships are tough and that good ones are hard to find and also that leads to a lot of disappointment in relationships, is this hankering over someone because of their potential. So we see that bright light of a gorgeous relationship with someone because of qualities […]

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People speaking without talking

So enough about communications we shouldn’t be having and relationships that we shouldn’t be having how about what we should have? My ideal communication is the reverse of that – people speaking without talking. We might have the idea that meaningful conversations must involve profound philosophy or the serious things of life and this is […]

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Relationships are hard work? Why?

So let’s talk about this working hard at relationships business – it’s such an unnecessary perception, that relationships are hard work or even that relationships should be hard work or what is more commonly taught that you should work hard at relationships. So in my book that is all the nonsense, relationships can and should […]

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