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Love is not the only glue essential for a sacred relationship to survive the test of time. If you are not doing the work you love, then your relationship will suffer. Your work is vital to your sense of future, your energy, your vitality. Coming home at night wounded and complaining about how hard work is, this is guaranteed to turn your beautiful loving relationship, into a mechanical structure in which you pay the mortgage and bring up the kids. Dreams are a vital clue to the hidden mystery that holds lovers together forever. They are the stepping stones to truth. An unhappy person, whose dreams are dead, will gravitate to work that helps them survive. This person cannot have a sacred relationship. They are just not ready for it. The more our relationship helps us live our dreams, do the work we love which means to do what we are gifted at, the more we prioritise and value the sacredness of our relationship. In other words, we can meet anyone, anywhere, and form a relationship with them, but how long will it last in its sacred space if either of these people are not living their dreams? And how magnetised will they be to each other if all that bound them was love? Short term love affairs and Sacred relationships are different to each other in this one element alone. Sacred Relationships fulfil long term dreams (purpose), affairs fulfil short term dreams (pleasure). Sometimes in a relationship you feel love, you feel attracted, you prepare for relationship and get yourself totally involved, when all of a sudden, you realise you are living a lie. You realise that the person you are with expects certain things from their life, and you are not the one for it. Or, more commonly, you realise that your dreams, your real dreams, cannot be lived in that relationship. Then you have to make the choice. You either stay and compromise your dreams and inspirations, which means live at the bottom of the cone, or you admit it, try to work out how you can change it, or move on. On a spiritual level, incompatibility of dreams is the one, and probably only reason, to walk away from the one you love. (This is not referring to desperate, physically violent circumstances which are really outside the scope of this "consciousness" cone.) When you don't live your dreams you are operating in desperation, and that will put a lot of pressure on your relationship. Two people need to be willing to make each other's dreams come true. Not "go to Disneyland" dreams; I mean life purpose and work aspirations, home and family aspirations. And if you don't know what they are long- term, then you automatically drag your relationship into the pits, operating in "got to" headspace. That is why it is so important to make sure you and your lover are not bouncing out of a "last" relationship and into this one. All those old issues and that unfinished business will drag your new love into the pits of day-to-day stress and


struggle. Instead, clear the past and build your relationship on love in the moment and dreams of the future. Goals are not dreams but are stepping stones along the way, like buying a house, making a family, or losing some weight. These are stepping stones to a dream, a destiny. Lovers are wise not to become entrapped in their partner's goals, but always focus their relationship on the bigger story. The stepping stones are often important, and I am not depreciating them, but they carry a lot of emotional baggage. Keep your relationship focused on the dreams. Here, the human spirit will always come awake: "Darling what are your long-term dreams?". If the answers are short-term goals, this relationship can operate only at lower levels of love. So, we speak of dream matching as long-term commitments to doing what you love. That might mean becoming a great actor, running your own yoga school, becoming a guru, writing bestselling books, becoming wealthy and philanthropic. Whatever the dream, it is a sense of true destiny, built out of the matched ingredients of talent, skill, commitment, opportunity and preparedness to make sacrifice. This is the foundation of a beautiful love. Sacred relationships. Nature's blessing the merging of dreams This is nature's model of a sacred relationship. Sacred love. Two people. common dreams, passions and a commitment to a future destiny. In the Merging there will be support and there will be challenge in equal balance. This is nature's definition of love. Support and challenge to the ego. Our core, our spirit, soul or centre is our own responsibility, and from that centre point, we can merge, surrender and find a healthy balance for devotion. There is a mathematical formula for this merging, and it is based on the laws of magnetic attraction. The figure is 33.3 per cent. If there is more merging than 33.3% between two egos they repel each other, argue and reject. If there is less overlap, it lacks intimacy, they feel distant, and question why they are there at all. If we do not have a long-term vision, life gravitates to low priorities. When we work on low priorities, we attract catastrophes, disasters, and humbling circumstances. High priorities are those activities you can link to your vision. Your vision in turn must link to your purpose. So, a person with a long-term vision is living in the higher levels of consciousness, and can have a sacred relationship. The person with short-term vision, which is really short-term gratification, has a relationship in the lower levels of the consciousness cone. The fundamental change is in your view of the future. If it remains a day-to-day struggle, you will gravitate to old patterns. If your vision of the future is just about relationships that feel good, then you will remain in old patterns. Long-term vision will help you achieve two things: firstly, you'll get to know what your dreams are, and secondly, you will be able to evolve them year to year. This is the key to long-term relationship. In your relationship, take the time to identify your dreams of the future. Sit down together and discuss them, make sure that you see each other's role in helping fulfil that dream. And really mean it. In a sacred relationship, we understand that if you really want to know a person, ask them what their dreams are.

Chris Walker http://www.chriswalker.com.au


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==== ==== Finding true love or a soul mate is a life-long search. It is not easy finding people that you can trust. Now, add long distance or travel to your relationship, and you have a real challenge! It is time to even those and reduce your concerns over being separated. Don’t let long distant love get you down or make you feel that it is impossible. Get some help and start feeling good about your bond. Get this course and even the odds for your success! http://79b92tx1j7xu1q6aukhzmqer8o.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ====


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