pursuing ‘love’ in the name of wholeness
Love acts as a mirror. It offers us an insight into how our subconscious is evaluating and seeing the world.
Once upon a time we were made of the sun and the earth and the moon and moved about in spirals like our parents in the sky. Then we were put under some kind of spell that we spend our entire lives awakening from. Along that path back to ourselves we pursue ‘love’ in the name of wholeness.
There are many parts of ourselves and each other that we must face to bridge the chasm between our fragmented and whole selves that we exist between.
My entrée into the world of love happened at birth, like all of us.
It is known that, from birth, if our primary caregiver is consistently responsive to our needs, we develop a secure attachment style. If our caregiver is inconsistent, absent or aloof we may develop insecure attachments.
Love acts as a mirror.
It offers us an insight into how our subconscious is evaluating and seeing the world. Our interpretation of what our lovers, friends and partners present to us allows us to cross the bridge over to our higher self. The healing that then occurs is through the clarity, the conversations, and the recognition that there really is more than what we can see on the surface.
I recently stumbled into a sweet love. And yet, here we are. Two humans trying to navigate life and find their way alongside each other.
Our wounds are beginning to show.
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