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By jona bryndis, Jun 26 2018 03:02PM

Every relationship provides a unique opportunity for spiritual, emotional and mental growth and even healing. One of the main problems in relationships is that we tend to get fixated on the object of love. We are conditioned to believe that we need another person (or being) to be in love or to feel the emotion of love. From an energetic viewpoint this is not the case. Love is a resonance - a subjective energetic state that exists within us regardless of an object. It is an expansive, all-encompassing, energetic resonance within us that is unconditional and trusting.



The English language offers two meanings for 'True Love'; one describes the person or obejct of our love and the other describes the emotions we project onto someone and vice versa. Both meanings primarily reflect on an emotion directed or projected by somebody else. However, when searching for the deeper meaning of True Love, we realize that it is a feeling inside us, which does not necessarily require an object. So, let me ask you then: "Is it me who creates love or is the object of my love? And if it's me, does this make me the subject of my love?"



Could it be that our understanding of Love and True Love needing an object is the problem for all our difficulties dealing with love matters in our lives?


By jona bryndis, Jun 26 2018 05:55AM




As we are still going through the 'truth testing' of this year's solstice energies we are diving right into one of the most challenging subject for most of us - is this true love? And if it isn't how can I work on aligning myself or my relationship to more truth?


There is much written about Love but it isn't until we can fully connect with our heart that we are beginning to realize why this is not an easy question to answer. It depends on how connected a person is! Love can be based on many different things other than actual true love: security, money, loneliness, desire, status, narcissism or neediness to feel whole through someone else. I'm sure we've all experienced at least one of each of these reasons for being in a relationship. But is this a good foundation for a happy and lasting relationship?


Happiness depends on each partner's expectations. If both agree on the purpose of their relationship and there are no unspoken or hidden aganda, both can be satified with their relationship. However, most of us don't know what to expect or even what we truly want - not to mention how to communicate it to our partner. Most relationships are based on the deep belief that we cannot reach what we are searching for on our own, and so we are beginning to externalize our love to our partner. It is only a matter of time until one of us begins to begin to try to control or manipulate , just so we can make sure we get our investment back. So, how can we know that true Love is possible if we cannot feel it or know what to expect?


By jona bryndis, Feb 6 2018 04:29PM




Perhaps, you find yourself at a point of your journey where you feel compelled to investigate the truth about the quality of you Love and how much Self-Love you really feel within you. As you probably already know, whether of not you are in a romantic relationship is not a measuring tool for your inner love. Your inner connection is. However, intensified by current collective energies many of us are dealing with a frequent feeling of loneliness and difficulties to connect within.



Loving and trusting somebody requires us to be able to love ourselves first. If we don’t feel good enough or undeserving of love we can’t trust in ourselves; and thus we can't trust others. Feeling unloved can mean that we are not quite willing yet to trust in our Self-Love yet, which is often linked to perceiving ourselves as flawed or not meeting our own or projected expectations. We are simply not in a loving relationship with ourselves yet.



From this perspective it’s understandable that we find it challenging to invite True Love into our lives and perhaps even dismiss or give up on it altogether. To overcome conditionality in Love we need to be willing to love others as ourselves. The key to this is in reflecting on the conditions and limitations of how we perceive love. Follow me here and let's reflect on how to overcome the Conditions of Love:



By jona bryndis, May 4 2016 09:52AM



Love from a heart level is an energetic state and one that emanates from within us. It is a way of living and requires nothing from the outside (person or thing) as it is there regardless of what state we are in, and as we go down our spiritual path we can learn to align to this energetic state and become loving through agreeing to let go all that is in the way of being in our hearts.


Of course at first as we begin to feel this lovingness, there will still be various conditions where this love fades or falls away, but with time this will also fade and a true state of unconditional can permeate our entire system.


This field and the power of it is one of tremendous self healing and perpetuation of continuing to let go and trust more and more in our hearts.



While there has been another collective energy wave of fear and separateness sweeping through our unconsciousness the past months, it is particularly important to invite True Love and Self-Love into our lives. If we want to utilize the shift in collective awareness, now is the time to work on our inner fears and loniless that are holding us back from truly loving!


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