Conscious relationships

Awakening together


One thing is certain is these turbulent times: we’d do well to get more skillful at human connections. Whether it’s our significant other, our flatmate, our waiter or the person who upcycles our garbage, more conscious relationships make our lives better, and help us create the world we want to live in. Plus, moving from loneliness to conscious relationships is a necessary aspect of one’s spiritual evolution.

Conscious RelationshiPs:

PART of OUR EVOLUTION

For spiritual seekers who would like to live fully engaged and integrated lives, relationships cannot be ignored.  Bringing conscious awareness into how we relate with others is a vital component of integrated spiritual growth.

As teachers of spiritual awakening living and working in conscious community, we’ve made a study of what it takes. What are the most important things you can do to make your relationships more conscious?

Here are four invaluable ways to start:

1. Learning to be alone.
2. Have a clear personal vision.
3. Learn to meet conflict gracefully.
4. Change is certain, get used to it.

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