Relationship is natural to all of us. We are social beings, and each of us are drawn to companionship in some form or another. For most of us there is a yearning for connection, often romantic in nature. We seek someone to love and to love us in return. We find pleasure in sharing our … Continue reading Looking for Love – Why We Seek Relationship
Do you feel out of place in the world? Do you value spirituality over materialism? Do you have an inclination toward helping others, raising awareness, and restoring harmony with nature? These, and other traits, are considered by some to be signs and symptoms of being a "starseed." But what does that mean, and is there … Continue reading Are You a STARSEED?
Apologizing seems simple enough, but there's more to it than merely saying “I'm sorry.” An apology is not only an expression of regret. It should also come with the sincere intention to correct one's behavior. When we apologize we should understand clearly what we're apologizing for, otherwise our words will be empty of meaning. If … Continue reading How to Apologize
According to a recent survey, roughly 73% of the (U.S.) population believes in soulmates. That is, we believe there is one special person who we’re meant to be with for the rest of our lives. But more than this, we believe that this person will be our perfect match in every way. And we will … Continue reading Why You Haven’t Found Your Soulmate… and Likely Never Will
In our society Monogamy is kind of a given. It’s so infused into the cultural consciousness that we don’t give it much thought. When we enter into a relationship we rarely sit down to talk about whether or not we are going to be monogamous. It’s often just assumed that we are. But more and … Continue reading Monogamy as the Social Standard
There’s a lot of talk about soulmates, with definitions differing slightly from one to the next, but the conventional concept this; that for each of us there is one special person who we are destined to be with. Your soulmate is your perfect match, your ideal partner, the other half of your soul, the only … Continue reading In Search of a Soulmate.. In Search of Ourselves
Most of us recognize that we are individual persons, having our own unique experiences, perceptions, thoughts, feelings, and so on. We recognize that, as individuals, we have inherent personal freedom. That is, we understand that no one owns us, that no one has control over how we think or what we feel. Even when it … Continue reading Freedom in Relationships