That inward shift in my perception of my husband took the
burden off of me to keep him happy. It freed me from thinking
that I needed to “save” him in order for me to have the supportive,
romantic, passionate relationship that I knew I wanted.
By making this shift love had flow again. I was able to feel the love
I had for him, and the love he had for me.
All of a sudden I saw changes taking place in my relationship. He
was doing more with me saying less. He could energetically feel
the shift. He felt and saw in my eyes the confidence I had in him.
All he wanted was for me to believe in him… who doesn’t like to
be believed in!
And the cherry on top of all of this was I had space to focus on me.
I felt supported by him, allowing me to access my needs and wants.
Your Lovework is:
What is your intention with the people that are closest to you?
Whether you are in a relationship or single, you have people in your
life that you feel responsible for. You want the best for them, but thinking
you have to save them, help them, or worry about them, is not helping
them step into a powerful place. Believeing that they can accomplish
whatever they put there mind to and are fully capable allows them to
feel more powerful.
Are you doing that with a good friend, your parents, or maybe your
siblings? Pick one person and start to see them as capable, smart, and
fully understanding individuals. This small tweak in perception will
begin to rock your world with a new way of living and loving.
I would love to hear how you have used perspective to change the way
you see people in your life. Please COMMENT on this article!