I just got home from a long weekend with my cousins in Connecticut. There’s something magical about taking a vacation. We get a break from the things we always do and get to do something totally different.
How many of us continue doing relationship because we think it’s something we must do/be/have all the time or else something is wrong with us?
How many people would rather have a bad relationship than no relationship at all? How many people do you know who have great relationships? How many people do you know who have rotten relationships but won’t leave them?
What if it’s all just a choice?
If you’re in a relationship, here’s a fun tool to play with:
Destroy and uncreate your relationship every day.
That’s what I do with Ricky. It’s just another way to let go of any expectations, judgments and conclusions I have about who we were, are or will be. It’s like going on a vacation; it frees me to be and do something different every day. And Ricky, too!
If you’re not in a relationship, here are some questions to consider:
What if not being in relationship was the biggest gift you could give yourself?
How might that be a contribution to your life and your being?
If you’re in a relationship and wondering what else can show up, start here:
And what if letting go of a relationship doesn’t mean “breaking up” or physically leaving?
Whether you’re single, in a relationship, or looking to get into or out of one, remember to take lots of vacations. How? It’s easy – uncreate and destroy your relationship to what ever or whoever it is that is bothering you. There’s magic in those areas and an invitation to create something brand new just for you!
Don’t forget to leave a comment below and let us know how these tools helped you! We love hearing from you 🙂