Periods of solitude, when we don’t have a partner, are a wonderful opportunity for self-discovery and awareness of our heart’s desire for the ideal partner. Only when we allow ourselves to go through this are we ready to manifest the perfect relationship. Here are seven of the lessons I’ve learned in turn.
Periods of solitude, when we don’t have a partner, are a wonderful opportunity for self-discovery and awareness of our heart’s desire for our ideal partner. Only when we allow ourselves to go through this are we ready to manifest the perfect relationship. Here are seven of the lessons I’ve learned in turn.
You are already whole
Most people are looking for their other half that person who will make them feel whole again. This is because they don’t realize that they are already whole. No one can make you more whole than you already are.
Your real value is how much you value yourself
Your partner and no one else determines your worth. You do. How you see yourself, how you think about yourself, how you talk to yourself determines your value. You don’t need a relationship to discover your true value.
You feel good about yourself
If you can’t be alone with yourself, what makes you think you can be in a relationship? Solve your problems instead of putting them on someone else’s shoulders. Otherwise, the relationships you have will reflect your inner turmoil.
Relationships don’t bring you happiness
If you’re looking for a relationship to finally make you happy, you’ll be disappointed. Not because you’ll get into a relationship but because you’ll realize that’s not how you find happiness unless you realize it’s already inside you.
Your life purpose is bigger than your relationships
Most people get into a relationship and forget about their life purpose. They put their partner before everything else. It may sound romantic, but it’s not really. It’s really about dependency, fear, lack. Your partner should support you in fulfilling your life’s purpose, not overshadow it.
True friends are worth honoring even when you’re in a relationship
That means making time for them even when your relationship is going well, not just when you’re hurting.
Love between partners is nurtured daily
There is a false idea in society that once we find our soulmate, we will love each other until the end of time. In reality, a relationship is maintained through small gestures of love shown daily. Entering into a relationship is not an end, it is just a beginning of love between two people.