Healthy Relationships in Modern Times
Since ancient times, people believed that relationships play a very vital role in our lives. One of the main reasons we see relationships declining today is people's clouded outlook. In today's world, people pay more attention outwardly and they have forgotten about one very important being: Themselves. Life can be compared to a pearl white light. To the naked eye, the light looks white, but it is actually made up of seven different colors. Life is the same and relies on the same principle. Life is made up of multiple elements. A very healthy relationship will have the following seven main ingredients:
Remember: Life and relationships are about evolution, not perfection.
Scientists believe that meditation not only brings calmness and clarity into people's lives but also meaning. In this day and age, people have little time to look inwardly at themselves. Instead, we follow what is coming out of the media, social and otherwise, and totally disregard our instincts.
In the last 20 years, I have observed that human beings' relationship with themselves has taken last priority and their entire attention is on having good relationships with others. This reminds me of a quote from the ancient Hindu text, the "Bhagavad Gita": What I do not have within me, I am unable to give to others.
This simply means that when my relationship with myself does not have these seven virtues - Simplicity, Peaceful, Truthful, Loving, Politeness, Friendly, and Ideal, it will be challenging to have healthy relationships with others. All the seven traits are in energetic forms. If people have never experienced even one of these, it can be easily "downloaded" into them through Theta brainwave.
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Rajeev Ahluwalia is a Certified ThetaHealing® Instructor & Practitioner, Medical Intuitive, and Founder of Natural Healing Trends LLC. His healing center is located in Fairview Park.