Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine Issue 04 | August 2016 - Page 37

The Value of Accepting Changes in Your Relationships

"Oneness with all life, including every being, is acceptance of all.” -Namara

“Relationship questions are the most commonly asked questions we receive,” said Sherry Lord, a Deep-Trance Channeler of Namara*, Psychic Intuitive, and International Speaker.

As an individual becomes more open to allowing themselves to be who they truly are (without trying to change or fix the Self), they accept their individuality, and as a result, unconditional love expands. They understand everyone is doing the best they can or know how.

Being ‘still’ when someone speaks is very important. By listening, you will hear the truth of what is being spoken, not only what you want to hear, but also, the full emotions of the words. It is important to keep the line of communication open and to be clear of what both people in the conversation want. Allow each person to speak freely without judgment.

It is intended that relationships grow and evolve. It’s common for people to desire that you remain the same throughout your entire life. It’s really fear of the unknown, or fear of losing what’s familiar to them. Can you imagine how stagnate life would become if we never changed? In truth, change enhances all relationships and allows us to be expansive. When someone becomes fearful, reassure them of your love.

When you first enter into a relationship, you are in the getting-to-know-each-other stage. As time passes, it is expected both of you will change and evolve. When each individual is given the opportunity to grow, it often strengthens the partnership.

For a healthy relationship, it is important for each person to have their own “space”. Short periods of separation provides each soul the chance to grow and expand. It may even inspire creativity and new ideas. The “space” tends to strengthen genuine interest in your conversations when sharing the experiences that occurred separately.

Be honest with yourself. When you are honest with the Self, you can be honest with others in all relationships, without judgment. This is called compassion. It is about being mindful when you speak. Remember it is important to be true to yourself at all times; especially when seeking positive solutions.

Beware of your intent to be in relationships. A good question to ask yourself is, “What is my intention?” By doing this you will see whether it is unconditional or with conditions. Will it benefit all parties?

Sharing is important in all relationships. Everyone's presence makes a difference, and everyone has something to offer. There are many creative ways of sharing: take a friend out for lunch or do something you haven’t done before. Be open to new ideas. Listening is a form of sharing.

by Sherry Lord