Integrating loving kindness in your meditation practice helps improve emotional health, increases compassion and empathy, and heals your relationships. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, here’s a meditation that shows you how to send loving kindness to your partner.[Read more…] about Monday Meditation: Send Loving Kindness to Your Partner
Mindfulness can help improve your relationships. Whether it means attracting the right partner, developing strong friendships, or healing your marriage, practicing mindfulness can positively impact your current and future relationships. If you’d like to learn how to improve your relationships by being mindful, read on![Read more…] about How to Improve Your Relationships By Being Mindful
Reaching for a Higher Perspective
To say we are fighting with our loved ones over politics in 20/20 would be an understatement. We are not just fighting over politics, we are challenging each other’s world views.[Read more…] about How to Love Your Neighbor Regardless of How They Vote
Millennials are facing challenges to marriage that are vastly different from those of their parents and grandparents. This generation (born between 1981-1996) are also getting married at an older age than their parents.
But chronological age aside, their values and how they view their roles in matrimony are vastly different from those of the older generations. These are factors that have raised relationship challenges that were not as evident before.[Read more…] about 4 Challenges of Marriage in The Modern World and How to Handle Them
The concept of soulmates dates back to 360 BC in Plato’s Symposium. Plato tells us a story that describes humans as originally having four arms, four legs, and a single head made of two faces. He explains that we were all split from our other halves, constantly trying to put ourselves back together.
In Plato’s myth we all have a longing to be reunited with our better half. But how do we know when we’ve met them? If he/she is the one?[Read more…] about How to Know if Your Partner is ‘The One’