Relationships

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, March 13, 2011
What do relationships teach us?

There are so many relationships we enter into in our lifetime from the moment we are born.

There are relationships with our parents, siblings, relatives, friends, teachers, work colleagues and strangers.

Each relationship teaches us a little about ourselves.

A mirror image is shown as we interact with all of the connections we make whether they are healthy or unhealthy.

A truth is revealed to us through each interaction we encounter within these relationships.

When we are younger and under the supervision of our parents and teachers, our identity is being formulated by what we are
learning through their behaviors, actions, choices and rules.

We look through clouded eyes during this time period because this is all we have been shown.

Then we enter the world and have a whole new outlook from the one we were given over the last 18 or so years.

We begin to awaken to who we are as we walk through our adult life and find out what we require as we stand alone in the world
to make our OWN decisions on what is best for us.

When we find ourselves in partnerships, we sometimes lose sight of who we were because suddenly we are a couple who
do this and that together.

Individuality is sometimes lost if we allow this to happen.

We forget who we are because we are so busy trying to please the other person so the relationship will work.

One person in the relationship will want you to be one way because it suites his or hers needs without considering that you are an individual who has there own way of viewing and doing things.

On the other hand, a partnership that is supportive and loving, will bring out gifts that may have  otherwise been buried if you were not in the relationship because the partner SEES who you really are and reminds you of your beauty.

True friends have a way of doing this too.

They love and support us with whatever we choose because they do Not Expect us to be a certain way, rather they love us for all that we are.

Expectation creates failure in relationships because it is coming from a place within yourself that is not whole.
So in turn, you look to your partner to fill this up inside yourself.

It will never work.

Sometimes strangers have the best vision.

This is because their is no ego involved in giving someone a true compliment as there is no attachment to that person.

In the end, relationships always teach us what we want and don't need.

Through each one, the soul evolves.

Everyday, take notice to what you are seeing in each relationship that you are involved in.

What is the person teaching you about who you are and what your soul requires?

If it feels whole, then you are aligning with your soul.

If it feels negative, then a change needs to happen to align your heart with your mind to become one so you
may flow through life with wisdom and grace.













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Relationships

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, March 13, 2011
What do relationships teach us?

There are so many relationships we enter into in our lifetime from the moment we are born.

There are relationships with our parents, siblings, relatives, friends, teachers, work colleagues and strangers.

Each relationship teaches us a little about ourselves.

A mirror image is shown as we interact with all of the connections we make whether they are healthy or unhealthy.

A truth is revealed to us through each interaction we encounter within these relationships.

When we are younger and under the supervision of our parents and teachers, our identity is being formulated by what we are
learning through their behaviors, actions, choices and rules.

We look through clouded eyes during this time period because this is all we have been shown.

Then we enter the world and have a whole new outlook from the one we were given over the last 18 or so years.

We begin to awaken to who we are as we walk through our adult life and find out what we require as we stand alone in the world
to make our OWN decisions on what is best for us.

When we find ourselves in partnerships, we sometimes lose sight of who we were because suddenly we are a couple who
do this and that together.

Individuality is sometimes lost if we allow this to happen.

We forget who we are because we are so busy trying to please the other person so the relationship will work.

One person in the relationship will want you to be one way because it suites his or hers needs without considering that you are an individual who has there own way of viewing and doing things.

On the other hand, a partnership that is supportive and loving, will bring out gifts that may have  otherwise been buried if you were not in the relationship because the partner SEES who you really are and reminds you of your beauty.

True friends have a way of doing this too.

They love and support us with whatever we choose because they do Not Expect us to be a certain way, rather they love us for all that we are.

Expectation creates failure in relationships because it is coming from a place within yourself that is not whole.
So in turn, you look to your partner to fill this up inside yourself.

It will never work.

Sometimes strangers have the best vision.

This is because their is no ego involved in giving someone a true compliment as there is no attachment to that person.

In the end, relationships always teach us what we want and don't need.

Through each one, the soul evolves.

Everyday, take notice to what you are seeing in each relationship that you are involved in.

What is the person teaching you about who you are and what your soul requires?

If it feels whole, then you are aligning with your soul.

If it feels negative, then a change needs to happen to align your heart with your mind to become one so you
may flow through life with wisdom and grace.













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Relationships

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, March 13, 2011
What do relationships teach us?

There are so many relationships we enter into in our lifetime from the moment we are born.

There are relationships with our parents, siblings, relatives, friends, teachers, work colleagues and strangers.

Each relationship teaches us a little about ourselves.

A mirror image is shown as we interact with all of the connections we make whether they are healthy or unhealthy.

A truth is revealed to us through each interaction we encounter within these relationships.

When we are younger and under the supervision of our parents and teachers, our identity is being formulated by what we are
learning through their behaviors, actions, choices and rules.

We look through clouded eyes during this time period because this is all we have been shown.

Then we enter the world and have a whole new outlook from the one we were given over the last 18 or so years.

We begin to awaken to who we are as we walk through our adult life and find out what we require as we stand alone in the world
to make our OWN decisions on what is best for us.

When we find ourselves in partnerships, we sometimes lose sight of who we were because suddenly we are a couple who
do this and that together.

Individuality is sometimes lost if we allow this to happen.

We forget who we are because we are so busy trying to please the other person so the relationship will work.

One person in the relationship will want you to be one way because it suites his or hers needs without considering that you are an individual who has there own way of viewing and doing things.

On the other hand, a partnership that is supportive and loving, will bring out gifts that may have  otherwise been buried if you were not in the relationship because the partner SEES who you really are and reminds you of your beauty.

True friends have a way of doing this too.

They love and support us with whatever we choose because they do Not Expect us to be a certain way, rather they love us for all that we are.

Expectation creates failure in relationships because it is coming from a place within yourself that is not whole.
So in turn, you look to your partner to fill this up inside yourself.

It will never work.

Sometimes strangers have the best vision.

This is because their is no ego involved in giving someone a true compliment as there is no attachment to that person.

In the end, relationships always teach us what we want and don't need.

Through each one, the soul evolves.

Everyday, take notice to what you are seeing in each relationship that you are involved in.

What is the person teaching you about who you are and what your soul requires?

If it feels whole, then you are aligning with your soul.

If it feels negative, then a change needs to happen to align your heart with your mind to become one so you
may flow through life with wisdom and grace.













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