Attraction is an interesting menace.
As we go through life, slamming into each other, few of us are aware of the less acknowledged hows and whys of relationships. We’re also largely unaware of why we’re so often unconsciously attracted — quite powerfully — to the worst possible candidates for intimate partners.
It essentially comes down to the ideas of fragmentation and mirroring. Our universe hinges on the law of attraction, and our identity, our personality, hinges on mirroring.
In essence, that which is dis-integrated within us, entangles with us through our outer physical experiences; emotions and all that we suppress, must — by the definition of our reality — attract to us the mirrors for that which has not been recognized, reconciled, or recapitulated.
In these frequently busy, distracted, overwhelming times, we are in constant scarcity of mindfulness, self-awareness and spiritual nurturing presence for ourselves.
We deserve and require nothing less than authentic, patient, safe, open, and allowing countenance for our fragile, fragmented selves. No shame. No guilt. No judgment.
Listen. Feel. Breathe. Love.
From a place of greater clarity and wholeness, we can express and explore richer depths with our partners and fellow adventurers, regardless of how long they share our path.