Relationships-as-Spiritual-Practice escape the merry-go-round of self-inflicted high drama.
Relationships-as-Spiritual-Practice requires taking our attention even more deeply into the Now. The present Moment.
Relationships-as-Spiritual-Practice experiences love as a state of Being. Not Outside, But deep within.
Relationships-as-Spiritual-Practice includes a review of Eckhart Tolle’s “The Power of Now”---A guide to Spiritual Enlightment.
Tolle lays out the relationship battle ground. “Millions are now living alone or as single parents unable to establish an intimate relationship or unwilling to repeat the insane drama of past relationships.”
“Still others compromise and continue to be together in a dysfunctional relationship in which negativity prevails, for the sake of the children or security.”
Others hang in relationships based on addiction, love addiction or affection addiction. Still others stay through the force of habit, fear of being alone, or some other mutually “beneficial” arrangement.
Some even stay through unconscious addiction to the excitement of emotional drama and pain.
Abuse becomes more common in our “egoic mode of consciousness,” where we have become increasingly identified with our abstract mind, our thinking addiction. We live our illusions.
“Most relationships are not rooted in Being and so turn into a source of pain and become dominated by problems and conflicts.”