Big Love: Using Your Feminine Power to Call in The One Claire Zammit Ph. D (www.femininepower.com,) co-founder of today's fastest growing companies ...
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Hi Peachy, Wow, Leader of the Free World! Thanks for being so active on YourTango, I appreciate your comment. Soulmate relationships can be compelling, intense, loving communions that have a divine quality to them. They are about connecting on a deep “soul” level as much as every other dimension of human interaction. In a long term relationship there is a natural unfolding and deepening of trust. As the couple invests more and more time and attention to their connection, they end up like the soulmate couples we’ve met who live with honesty, transparency, deeper love, devotion, openness, vulnerability and always deepening trust. Of course there are times of challenge. We are not saying that it is a easy path at all times. What we are saying is that the simple path of consciously honoring your partners deepest heart needs will lead you to what you need to do to keep your connection strong. We have both worked with counselors, coaches and mentors during our lives and we fully endorse getting help if you feel trusting your partner is too hard or painful. Remember, I was single into my 40's before I discovered these secrets I am telling you today. My husband, Brian Hilliard, explains it this way: “In a soulmate relationship one plus one does not equal two, it equals eleven. The love generated in this equation is a gift to the soulmate couple and to the world at large." Keep Believing in Big Love! Love, Arielle
Hi Walkinglass, Lust Love is never as soul satisfying as Compassionate Love, it is true. Sometimes the beginnings of love feel lusty but if the connection is destined to Compassionate Love, it will naturally unfold that way. Soulmate couples have a secret they rarely speak about: they feel fortunate to no longer have to search for true love because they are living it every day. Brian and I feel so blessed to have found each other but we never want to cause harm when people read of our happiness. It is more natural for us to quietly relish our relationship and give thanks, from a deep place of gratitude, that we have another day to spend together. As my friend Monte Farber (co-author of The Soulmate Path) says “it’s not polite to rub in other people’s faces how wonderful life can be when you are sharing it with your soulmate.” We speak up not to convince you to love like we do. We only want to encourage those who are looking for love to keep moving toward their dream. Love shapes itself to each human being and learning to adjust to one another's point of view is a great way to strengthen your connection skills. Best to you! Love, Arielle
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