Happy Valentine’s Day! How many of us get caught up in what this reality presents to us about love, about being with that perfect someone on Valentine’s Day, and finding our “one true love’?
In this reality, the lie of “the ONE” is closely connected to the idea of “Falling in Love and Living Happily Ever After”. We have fairy tales and romantic comedy films tothank for perpetuating this idea, as well as a myriad of other sources in this reality. We buy into it, because on the surface, it sounds like something we want.
But let’s look at the idea of “falling in love”. What does falling mean to you? How was it last time you fell? Was it pleasant? Did you pick yourself up? Do you want to fall again?
What does “Happily Ever After” mean to you? After what? Every romantic movie ends with “The End.” Do you want the relationship to be over?
What does love mean to you? Love has multiple definitions. If someone says they love you, what do they mean?
Love as defined in this reality is always an exclusion of everyone else. An infinite being can only exclude with massive force and effort. An exclusive love would be a way of defining and limiting you.
Love, as a concept is a defined point of view, so there is always a limitation to it. When you are grateful for someone, you cannot judge them, and the gratitude will grow. There is no movement or change of energies with the concept of love. There is total movement and capacity for change with the concept of loving. Love is not real, it is a limitation, but gratitude is real and being loving opens up possibility!
People seeking to have a “Happy Ever After” in this reality are trying to come to completion with something so they can have a solidity in their lives that feels “normal”; which is very funny, considering that we who are seeking consciousness and conscious relationships are the most un-normal people on the planet!
We are, because we are seeking to create something that truly is the right relationship for us, instead of buying into the myths and lies of this reality about what relationship is and how much of yourself you must give away in order to have it.
What if Valentine’s Day this year could be a celebration of you choosing for you? What if you spent that day in full appreciation and gratitude for all that you are and all that you are choosing to create? What if, instead of buying into the cramped, concluded energies of what this reality defines as romantic, or true love, you allowed yourself the space and consciousness to choose for you?
Your Valentine’s Day Tool: “What can I create today that would be loving and in full gratitude of me?”
And if you have a special someone in your life:
“What if celebrating you included acknowledging who they be and all they contribute to you?”
Wishing you true gratitude this Valentine’s Day and always!
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