Love is the most powerful energy force in our universe. True love is very spiritual, making us feel connected to all things in the universe. All of nature is a love poem when you are in love or falling out of love. When you are first in love, the sky is bluer, the grass and trees are greener, the stars are brighter. When you are going through un-love or leaving your partner, the sky appears cloudy, darker and overcast. The very world seems dull. Why is that?
When we are in the first or beginning stages of love, our very heart sings along with the rhythms of the universe. We have opened our love energy centres. Our energy or chakras in our mind, body and spirit are open for the business of receiving all the love the world has for us. In other words, our sensory systems are pure, clean and fresh to receive this new love interest. We are living in an unpolluted love world. We have little knowledge or experience of how this love relationship is going to affect our hearts, our minds or our bodies. We just know it feels right in every sense of our personal environment or world. If we have a strong love foundation founded on spiritual love and mutual respect, this will continue. However our love world appears polluted if we continually encounter pain through this relationship. Our senses are shutting down and shutting out the beauty of the very world we live in.
Driving for several hours yesterday I was reminded that Love is a Nature Cycle process. Love is like the glorious spring when it first begins. The very air smells different. It is fresh and we feel totally alive and refreshed in every nerve of our being. Colors are brighter. Birds seem to sing sweet melodies and their loving voices are louder. The very clouds are puffy and large and full of wonderous shapes.
As our relationship matures, it is like summer. We are more naked in our relationship as we open ourselves trusting that our partner will be open and honest with us. When we are confident that this relationship is a lasting one, it is like fall or autumn. We reap the harvest of the seeds of love sown when we were in the spring of our love. If we work hard at sustaining a loving relationship, the fall season lasts forever. Sometimes, however we experience the ending of all growing things. When our relationship is over it is like winter. Our hearts freeze and we no longer enjoy the energy of the person we once loved. Our love energy withers and dies on the vine. A good gardener prunes that love vine and throws it on the compost heap to feed the soil for a new spring. Similarly, if you are unhappy in your relationship, perhaps it is time to snip the branches and let it dry on the compost heap. Otherwise you will not permit yourself to feed your soul and love cleanly and clearly again.
1. What season is your love relationship in? spring, summer, fall or winter?
2. How are you feeding your love relationship energy?
3. Is it time to prune your love branches?
4. One a scale of 1-10 how much do I love my partner? 5 = average, 10 is top of the scale.
If you scored 5, then this is only an average relationship, little better than a casual friendship. Don’t you deserve a 6 or better?
The trees are greener
The sky is bluer
The clouds are whiter
The stars are brighter
The air is purer
when I’m in love.
(Sherrie Hay, educator)
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