Abraham on relationships
by emily burke
Everything we need to hear about attracting love, what the true purpose of a soulmate is, and why our relationship with ourselves must always come FIRST before we can foster healthy relationships with other people.
“Your soulmate will give you grief if its really a good soulmate”
“You don’t want to be leaning on some perfect person that all you have to do is observe them and you feel good”
“You wanna be able to stand out there, with anyone. You wanna say to anyone, bring it on. Because my happiness doesn’t depend on how you behave. My happiness depends on my ability to focus. And the worse you behave, the better I get at focusing!”
“We want your marriage vows to go like this: Dear one. I want you to know that as much as I love you, there is someone who comes first before you. And that is my alignment with the source within me. My inner being, thats who I’m devoted to. Thats who I’m aligned to. Thats who I’m feeling for. Thats who my commitment is to. And my promise to you is that I will give you as much as I can, the fullness of me, not a separated me. I’m going to do my best to satisfy my alignment and therefore give you the gift of living with someone who is aligned.”
Abraham for the win. Again. 😉
Love Abrahams teachings. It has changed my life and I have come to learn truly that my husband is there to help me grow spiritually. Without him I would be nothing; just blowing in the wind. Now I am a tree with firm roots standing strong. Thanks for posting this!
I love that Jennie!!! Although r I think one of Abrahams points in this was to be your own tree!!
Ah, yes, I am my own tree. I think what I meant to say is my husband has taught me how to rely on myself. I married a “grumpy”. I have learned that I cannot let his lower, varying vibration affect my vibration. It has taken me a LONG time to learn this. It is something that i have struggled with throughout my life. “What you resist, persists”. I cannot run away from him or his trials so I have had to learn that I needed to strengthen myself and not let anything deter me from my own spiritual growth. I believe without the challenges he has presented to me, I would have never learned how to better myself.
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Just read your follow up message. YES. yes yes yes yes. LOVE it. That is everything. I hadn’t read it til I just wrote my last post, but that it everything.. finding your own happy.
Well said my dear
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Thanks for cogntibutinr. It’s helped me understand the issues.
What an incredible, life-changing experience it must have been. I want to go. I really, really want to go. Thank you for sharing your story. I wish more Americans could appreciate their lives the way you do! It ought to be mandatory for American children to spend a year doing service work in third-world countries, before they head to college. Might give all our kids some important perspective.