Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.” ― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Your relationships will mirror your life, just as your life mirrors your relationships. If you are afraid, or curious, or joyful in life, it’s natural that this will play out and be magnified in the relationships you have.
Carl Jung said that we ‘marry our unconscious.’ Everything unresolved in us will play out in our relationships. Jung meant that we marry our unconscious desires and anxieties, all the blind spots, everything we dislike about ourselves. And to extend it a step further, everything that shows up in your primary relationship with your spouse, or your partner, also applies to every other sort of interaction you have, with other people, or with the world as a whole. How you DO one relationship is going to be how you do all your relationships.
People often ask us if we would teach a retreat or workshop on relationships. We’ve been reluctant to. It was enough to do our own. And aren’t there enough people talking about relationships already? Well perhaps .. though it turns out that there are a few things we’d like to add — from the mechanics of clear communication to the altogether mind-blowing proposition of the illuminated sacred dance of living into a relationship that keeps on evolving for 10, 20, 30 years and more.
Some of the questions: are:
How to do the inner work so that you can express respect and love and friendship for your partner — and for everyone else in your life for that matter?
How to be present when your buttons are pushed (because if we ‘marry our unconscious’ there will be plenty of them)?
How to change the repeating patterns that have determined the people you choose to have relationships with time after time?
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