Meditation and relationships
Did you know the meditation is the relationship with your inner self?
Yes, it is an opportunity to nurture the fruitful seeds in your soul. Then, they can blossom. It is like the classic bean and the stalk situation. When you keep watering the right seeds in the right soul, you cannot help but see your heart desires manifest.
We often think that relationships come outside of ourselves, but that is rarely the case. Despite this, we, homo sapiens, have been conditioned to put our foundations in everything outside of our control. Truth be told, the more we try to control it and everyone else around, the more out of control we feel and by extension are.
That’s because control is within. The deceptively simple trick is learning that no one can control you like you can. This ties into meditation because every experience is uniquely yours. And while there is no such thing as a good or bad meditation, your seeds are on the wrong soil if you put your trust and faith outside of yourself.
After all, the more you chase something, the more it will flee from you. Essentially, the main idea is letting what is meant to for you flow to you. Thus, when you meditate you not only heal the relationship with yourself but also with those you affiliate with in your environment.
Accordingly, this article will examine three tenacious ways in which meditation and relationships coincide together.
Meditation and Relationships #1: Self-Love is the Best!
If there is anything that meditation teaches you it is the infinite power of self-love. Yet, external circumstances seem to go out of their way to make you feel like you aren’t worth or deserving of the love you oh so crave. When has such a farce ever felt so wrong.
Note: whatever you focus in grows.
Therefore, it is important to note that everyone has their breaking point. A time in which nothing makes sense anymore and change becomes a paramount priority. Sometimes, you feel the worst kinda love when you are trying to force the narrative. Other times, you simply realize that everyone else is a reflection of the love you project.
If you have ever suffered from self-loathing, just know that you are not alone. It is merely a product of being out of vibration with your love frequency.
Meditation is the marriage between the most present you and your Higher Self. It is a reunion between all your selves on a rather timeless, spiritual journey. Thus, when you divert your attention to being the fulfillment of your relational needs, that’s when you learn on an intimate, profound wavelength that you are love. You aren’t unloved.
You are love. Plus, whatever you are seeking is going to find you. Above all, self-love is the best love because nobody can do it better than you.
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Meditation and Relationships #2: Rejection is Protection
As with life and death, protection is just as prevalent as rejection. It is just a normal part of being. However, it is very easy to focus on what is not working. This can be a ripple or snowball effect that can make you question the point of your existence. Perhaps you even begin to think that you just aren’t lovable, especially within the context of a romantic relationship.
However, meditation helps you to realize how you would like to heal your relationship with yourself. This includes your mind, body, and spirit. You develop this meta cognition into your condition and circumstances alike. And once you’ve identified what no longer positively serves you, the revelation prompts change from the crust of your membrane.
In other words, you become cognizant or red flags within and around. On top of this, you realize that every negative is merely a blessing in disguise.
Therefore, when some rejects you, unbeknownst to them, they are protecting you. Yes, you have been spared by Thanos snap, so to speak. Who would want that kind of acceptance. This is also a matter of quality versus quantity.
Would you rather meditation on the quantity of what you lost, or the quality in which you’ve found.
Also, with pain, comes unspeakably great growth, development, and mature. There is always so much to learn when you view miracles as ingrained in the typical every day occurrence.
More importantly, try not to self-reject. Contrary to popular belief, rejection is the best route to self-acceptance.
Indeed, you are unconditional, divine, pure love and acceptance. Meditate on these frequencies as you are them!
Meditation and relationships #3: Healing and Transmutation
But, the truth couldn’t be any closer than home. Why try to heal and transmute when you can just do it? When you can just be it?
You are it!
If you want miracles out of your meditations, you have to meditate on them. You have to let them expand your state of consciousness to be aware of the infinite outlets of change. Truly, the sky is the limit.
First and foremost, you have to heal the relationship with yourself. If you have ever felt like you were at rock bottom, allow yourself to feel that pain. Let it flow to the surface. Own your emotions and try not to manage them away. The only way out is through. You have to feel them to heal them and by extension yourself.
It is for this reason that I believe healing precedes transmutation. Then again, they do happen simultaneously. It’s just that you have to heal your internal condition before you can transmute your external circumstances in your favor.
Nonetheless, in both cases self precedes others, internal precedes external, within precedes around.
This also depends upon your desire: how bad do you want it? How bad do you want for things and people to change?
You have to be that change if you want others to follow suit. To reiterate, all the control lies in your hands. In a nutshell, visualize yourself as your ideal self and lifestyle. Focus on the healing and Transmutation amidst all the distractions.
And so it is.
Two Peas in a Pod!
In the end, meditation and relationships go in hand. The latter is meditation’s right-hand man. So, they basically are coexistent and thereby one cannot without the other. They are symbiotic by nature and help one another to grow, nurture, and sustain.
Even though the herd-like mentality is instinctive, the primordial love affair is self-preservation. It is the ultimate form of putting the relationship with yourself first, alive and well. Contrary to popular belief, this role models how everyone must be. This is what a true relationship looks like. Loving, accepting, and healing yourself on an unconditional basis.
An endless projection and reflection of meditation at its finest. As a result, meditation is the journey to the soul and everlasting, self-actualized relationships.
Perhaps even better than Jack and the beanstalk.
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Meanwhile, continue to be all that you seek from meditation and relationships abroad and alike: a tenacious foundation of mighty miracles!