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Why, when our deepest yearning is to connect, do we push each other
away?
The giddy joy, the warm fuzzy a relationship brings are the very reasons we
form relationships. We want the connection, the touch, the feel of someone
else, a second heart beating in rhythm with our own. But too often that
relationship, that life-giving connection, brings us pain. We feel vulnerable.
We build a wall. We say to ourselves, “I have to pull away, I have no other
choice.”
The disconnect doesn’t feel good. We begin to break down. We get
emotionally sick, depressed, anxious. Our immune system weakens. We
become sitting targets for unforgiving, relentless stress, heart attacks, disease.
Our body reacts to love stifled. Dying by inches, the result of a terrible waste of
human love neither given nor received.
What if I could show you how “to connect” without being afraid of losing
“you”? What if you could learn how to use the space between you and others in
a healthy way? Ways in which you could avoid bumping rudely, unwittingly
into someone else’s space and alert them when they trespass mindlessly into
yours? How would it feel to spend a holiday with your family–even
Christmas–making peace your goal before you arrive? And achieve it! Are
these wild promises to sell the ultimate snake oil remedy to cure sick
relationships? No. New concepts to alter your perspective? Yes.
Perspective is the key. If I can help you change
how
you see,
what
you see
will automatically change. It’s like moving your seat: when the view is different
your perspective of the picture changes. In short, change your point of view by
learning new concepts and you will be on your way to creating a new reality.
Not an easy task for most of us but you
can
have peace, love, and prosperity in
your life if you want it.
If
you
want it.
GE T T I NG S T A R T E D
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