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By jona bryndis, Aug 4 2018 02:06PM






Self-Love is our most powerful inner healing resonance and yet practically the most neglected amonst us empaths. From an energetic point of view there is an innate connection between being an empath and being co-dependent. We run about our lives as if there is a lion was chasing us, trying to please others or simply fulfill our perceived duties as mothers, daughters, lovers or workers. We feel caught between feeling the right to live and love ourselves, and yet unconsciously externalize our love to others.


In energy work we understand, that the transformation of physical, mental, emotional or spiritual disharmonies is merely a matter of aligning ourselves, our thoughts, emotions and actions to the right frequency. But in order to feel loved, we need to feel alive first! The needed frequency for feeling unconditional self love, which translates to ourselves is called Self-Love and shared with others True Love (read "Understanding True Love") comes not form the outside, but from within!


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, Feb 5 2018 09:41AM



Reconnect, Relate, Reignite, Heal and Become Real - TOGETHER!


Our relationship provides a unique opportunity for spiritual, emotional and mental growth and even healing. But sometimes there is a point in our journey when we are not sure if our relationship is compatible with our insights, needs and visions. We've changed. We've developed a new understanding of connectedness, love and intimacy, but we don't know how to express this in a loving and compassionate way; we don't know how to integrate our newly developed our individual awareness into our marriage and how to apply new ways to our relationship life. When we arrive at this point we are often confronted with seemingly overwhelming impasses...


How can we open up our relationship so it's not lagging behind - so we can grow together?


How can we learn to become a better relationship partner and maintain our individual integrity?


How do we address our higher goals with our partner?


How can we reconnect on a deeper level and develop a more fulfilling intimacy together?


How to realign to our True Love?


How can we add joy and playfulness while learning how to communicate our most intimate aspects of our personal journey?


How can we initiate a new beginning as two liberated True Selves rather than two conflicting Ego-Selves?


By jona bryndis, Dec 8 2017 06:18AM



Connection (Self-Love) & Intimacy


For many, these words or states are something that feels confusing, not obtainable, or that we are not worthy of...


For others, they are something we seek, yet avoid at the same time, as deep down we fear the vulnerability that is there if we open up.


Others still, seek for these in someone or something else as we feel these energies are outside of us or come only through outside connection.


And yet, fewer still realize that maybe the only way to be loving and connected is to begin to love ourselves.



By jona bryndis, Oct 9 2015 10:32PM


Intimacy is simply being able to be true to your feelings regardless of the situation – to stay open and willing to share concerns and talk about fears without defense or attack.


Being intimate means being willing to choose to stay connected over shutting down even if it's difficult.


Nothing allows us to grow more than intimate connections - with ourselves or others. Intimately connecting deep within strengthens our own sense of self and thus takes away the fear of being vulnerable. The art of Truly Connecting shows in our willingness to be vulnerable while being open. No matter what our mind is telling us, allowing intimacy helps us to honestly see ourselves through the eyes of another. It gives us the opportunity to grow and mature, and for our deepest fears to be healed.


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