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Building A Lasting Relationship SECRETS

Building A Lasting Relationship SECRETS

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The Magic Of Making Up Relationships and Having a Lasting Relationship Tips.
The Magic Of Making Up Relationships and Having a Lasting Relationship Tips.

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Published by: olarvicgrace on Jan 04, 2012
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 ==== ====For Great Tips on how to make up your relatioship, check this outhttp://olarvic733477.positivestrongeryou.com ==== ====Which of us hasn't dreamed of finally finding and keeping our perfect relationship? What if we arein a partnership that is confusing and always changing? How do we cope with the loss andheartache relationships can sometimes bring? What if we don't seem to be attracting any kind ofintimate interactions at all? The working dynamics of good relationships are for many of us one of the greatest mysteries oflife. It is a secret each of us seeks to unravel from the day we are aware there is more than one ofus around. Why do interpersonal interactions -- something we are all engaged in every day, everyminute, every second of our lives -- sometimes seem so challenging, complicated, confusing,difficult, and mysterious? The quality of our partnerships with others actually reflects the quality of the relationships we havewith ourselves. Do we know who we are, and do we like who that is? Do we believe we are worthyand deserve unconditional love? While we may know how we would like someone to love us, dowe love ourselves that way already? Do we trust and accept all parts of ourselves? The bottomline for most all of us is we simply would like to be loved and accepted for who we are, for our realselves. MALE AND FEMALE TEMPLATES As we change our inner definition or template of our male and female selves to a place of balanceand self-acceptance, we are able to attract someone who is more reflective of our truecounterpart. Even if we are balanced with our inner masculine reflection, if we do not like our ownfemininity, we would be unable to create a truly balanced relationship for ourselves. One aspect many people do not give much thought to is that we look to our partners to reflectaspects of ourselves back to us. For example, if we are a woman, our partner is holding a placefor us so we can better understand the feminine part of ourselves. If we are a male, our partner isholding a place for us to understand the masculine part of ourselves. Although this may be theopposite way most people view their relationships, how, if we were a woman, would we be betterable to understand what type of woman we were unless someone could reflect it back to us as weinteract with them? THE TASK OF ANY RELATIONSHIP The task of any relationship is always to find ourselves, to understand ourselves, to be thecomplete and natural selves we already are. The only true relationship we ever really have is theone we have with ourselves. Everything else, every other interaction, whether we might realize itor not, is simply a reflection. As long as we resist being our natural, balanced selves, the real us,
we continue to always attract relationships that will serve to remind us of what and who we arenot. Resisting who we are will, therefore, usually attracts relationships that are unfulfilling, or oneswhere we have to work very hard. By being fully and completely who we are, we then attractrelationships that reflect back to us the fullness of our creative being. It is the age old adage: Whatwe put out is what we get back. FUNCTIONING HALF COMPLETE Many of us function as if we are only half complete. If we project the vibration of half of anindividual, looking around for someone else to complete us, we attract an incomplete relationship.The resulting interaction with anyone attracted in this manner will usually come up short of whatwe ideally desire. Entering into any interaction from the viewpoint we need the relationship to feelcomplete, results in the relationship continuing to reflect and remind us of our belief in ourincompleteness. What we will have is a partnership made up of two half people, truly satisfying toneither person. When we know we are a relationship unto ourselves, complete and sufficientwithin ourselves, we set up a vibration that attracts someone with those same qualities andassurance. Too many times people make out long, wonderful lists of all the attributes they wishtheir perfect partner to have. The question to ask is, are we all those things? Do we have all thoseattributes? Unless we are able to reflect the type of vibrational being we choose to attract, how willwe ever be seen and recognized by someone who does? WHAT DO WE ATTRACT IN OUR RELATIONSHIPS? We always attract our definition of what we think we are capable of attracting, no matter what maybe on our wish list. The first question we should ask ourselves (the most basic question for anyrelationship) is: What do we get out of it? What do we get out of having a relationship with so andso? Secondly, what did we learn about ourselves by being in that relationship? We primarily attractsituations to ourselves that create interactions, allowing us to continue to accelerate, serve, andlearn who we are. We can do this with ease, grace, love, and joy, or through the school of hardknocks. The choice is always ours. RELATIONSHIPS ARE OPPORTUNITIES TO SHARE The reason for relating to someone else is for the opportunity to share who we are. Approaching arelationship as an opportunity to share attracts individuals who reflect our belief in our owncompleteness. When our relationships are set up this way, we are able to interact with the otherperson as two complete individuals coming together to share experiences. We will both know andexperience the idea of personal fulfillment. THE RESULTS OF EXPECTATIONS AND JUDGMENTS When we put expectations or value judgments on the outcome of our relationships, we neveractually get to experience the real reason we created the particular interaction in the first place.For this reason, it is important to accept relationships for what they are. If we invalidate what wehave drawn into our lives, we are really invalidating ourselves. BALANCED RELATIONSHIPS 
It is important to understand why we have drawn certain individuals into our lives. We usually haveattracted others to allow ourselves the opportunity to grow and to give us more information aboutwho we are. The idea is not to become like each other. The idea is to allow each individual to bethe strongest, healthiest, most balanced individual they can possibly be. Sometimes we mightforget this because we think unity is the product of conformity. Unity is the product of granting andallowing equality to uniqueness and diversity. In a balanced relationship, we do not lose ourindividuality -- just the opposite occurs. We each become stronger reflections for each other of allthat is possible for each of us. The purpose of any relationship is to allow us to be more of who wechoose to be. It is like looking into a mirror and seeing another aspect of ourselves. This does notmean our relationships will be an exact 1-1 reflection of who we each are. Rather, ourrelationships become a reflection of what the two of us have agreed to learn and teach each other. The best possible relationship is a balanced sharing, without dependency. Each party in arelationship has strong, natural attributes that can assist the other in their growth. If our support isaimed at creating a space for our partner or friend to grow in their own self-support, therelationship will be a happy and flourishing one. Think of it this way. Instead of constantly dolingout small pieces of bread, wouldn't it be of true, lasting benefit to teach someone how to bake theirown bread? If we are in a relationship where we are giving, giving, giving, it sends out themessage to our partners that we do not believe they have the ability to match or mock up theirown vibrations of completeness and sufficiency. Offer support to others as long as it does notrepresent the idea we are taking on responsibility for them. We cannot really be responsibility forother adults. Our attempts to do this usually leads us very quickly to examine our own issuesabout boundaries, because taking on another person's responsibilities brings us outside of wherewe prefer to be. The idea of responsibility is not to lay the blame on anyone, rather it allows us thefreedom to choose what we prefer. In a balanced relationship, each of us can still do what we prefer to do. We don't have to changeour lives just because someone else disapproves. There is no reason to attempt to be anythingthat we are not. Doing that only brings us more of what we are not. We will only become moreuncomfortable, unhappy, unhealthy, and unsuccessful, if we keep trying to be something we arenot. It is vital to express who we are, be who we are, and say what we think. We should onlychange our lives because we choose to, and because we are becoming more completely the realus. If we know we are functioning in true personal integrity, even if others around us don't like it orwant us to change, we continue to be who we are. If we are doing what we enjoy and love in life, it very quickly provides us confirmation of who wereally are. The idea is always to relax, have fun and be ourselves. Remember, anyone we attractinto our lives by being ourselves belongs in our lives. Being of service to ourselves and others isonly possible when we are complete within our own selves. If we are not fully ourselves, then theother person is not really in a relationship with the real us anyway! "WRONG" RELATIONSHIPS Why would any of us create a whole series of wrong relationships? The reason itself is basicallyvery simple. Either we have forgotten who we are, or we are afraid to accept who we are. Who weare is actually our naturally centered selves in a state of balance and complete self-acceptance.As long as we resist being our natural, balanced selves, the real us, we will not attractharmonious, long lasting, or healthy relationships.

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