As I mentioned last month, good relationships don’t just happen, they require work from both partners. In my Unlock Your Love Blocks program we focus on what blocks we have on a mental, emotional and spiritual level. We look not only back to our experiences this lifetime that have created walls, blocks and patterns, but we all delve into our family systems and ancestry, and our past lives. So many things we experience as a soul that contributes to the type of people we attract in love, and the quality of relationships we have the capacity to create.
Here are some more tips to improve your relationship, continued on from last month’s article:
Create Date Times- When people first fall in love, they make time for each other. As you grow more comfortable with each other, life seems to get in the way. It is easy to forget to set aside time for each other. But a relationship cannot last if you do not spend time together.
Gratitude Instead of Complaints- Positive energy flows between two people when there is an attitude of gratitude. Constant complaints create a heavy, negative energy, which is not fun to be around. And if you do have a complaint, which is normal, make sure to lead with a compliment rather than dive right into the negatives.
Fun and Play- We all know that work without play makes Jack a dull boy. Work without play makes for dull relationships as well. Relationships flourish when people laugh together, play together, and when humour is a part of everyday life. Stop taking everything so seriously and learn to see the funny side of life. Intimacy flourishes when there is lightness of being, not when everything is heavy. When in doubt put your favourite tunes on and crank it up.
Service- A wonderful way of creating intimacy is to do service projects together. Giving to others fills the heart and creates deep satisfaction in the soul. Doing service moves you out of yourself and your own problems and supports a broader, more spiritual view of life. Or do an act of service for your partner. Massage their feet, cook them dinner, paint that wall for them.
We all want to be loved and appreciated. Sometimes when we feel we are waiting for something to happen or our partner to change, it might just be that you need to start by looking at these things above and see where that takes you first; see how that shifts your partner and your relationship before you make any rash decisions, or continue to live each day feeling sad, resentful, angry or alone.
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