Even if you are single, you have a relationship with yourself (all the thoughts running through your head, what you tell yourself is true, possible, right, wrong, unacceptable ...) and live in relation to others.
"there is nothing and nobody that we are not in relationship with, all the time!"
Relationship with the self
If you are like me, during your waking moments, your head is often filled with inner chatter with yourself. An inner dialogue between that part of you which says X and the other which says Y. Thoughts, ideas. Sometimes we have many parts of ourselves that are trying to have their say! Enough to make one's head spin! One side wants that piece of cake, but the other side wants to loose weight and feels that the cake will add to the kilos, whereas another part is saying have the cake then go for exercise - 3 aspects, three thoughts, in dialogue. Which thought do you turn into action? Which thought is most in alignment with your true self and your true goals? How do you make that decision when you can use the mind to justify all three positions? Your dreams, your goals - what are they and how do you achieve them?
Relationship with your loved ones, your family, your colleagues at work, your friends
Even when you are not with them, your energy, who you are, has an impact! How often has it happened that before you have even picked up a phone that is ringing, you know who is at the other end of the line, that you are thinking of someone and then they call?
Relationship with the external world
You are in relationship to your own possessions - if you do not water your garden, it dies. If you do not fill your car with petrol, it will not go. If you and others like you do not support a particular business, it will go under (businesses need clients).
What is judged as wrong or unacceptable in one society is perfectly acceptable in another - men are seen as powerful and successful if they have many wives in certain cultures - other societies prefers to accept a one man one woman point of view. This is but one example. Depending on our experience and what we have been taught to believe, we may be inclined to support either view. What is labeled as right for some, is judged as wrong by others. The point is simply that there are many points of view and each usually has its own merits. Society generally adopts whichever view holds the greatest consensus.
So, how can you have the healthiest relationship with yourself, with others, and in interacting with the world you live in?
By learning how to be calm and access your innermost wisdom, you will learn how best to manage yourself and your interactions with others. Self-empowerment, self-esteem, self-control and freedom for the self to live the greatest vision of your life that you can imagine ... what might that mean to you? How might this affect your relationship with you, with all who you meet, interact with and are close to?
- You are likely to find that what you seeks, lies within you
- You are likely to find that we are mirrors for one another, showing each other that which is within ourselves that
needs to be loved, accepted and healed. Showing each other those parts of ourselves we have labelled as bad and
therefore reject. We reject things we have judged as bad or unacceptable and when these show up in others, we go
to war with them.
- And for those searching for their soulmate? What wonderful coaching sessions await you!
We will coach you in how to end internal and external wars (and we will show you how to identify aspect and areas which you do have power over, and those which you do not). We also look at the difference between a belief and "knowing" as it is our thoughts which either sabotage or empower our relationships!
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