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Cynthia explains that, “We do not have to be defined by the things that have happened to us. Forgiveness is the key to inner freedom and peace.”
Gary explains that, “When you commit to a true spiritual relationship, you are not committing to another person, but rather to your own spiritual growth.”
Our capacity to accept this life is key to our freedom.
After a man realizes he has Alzheimer's Disease, his wife's face begins to disappear, along with the memories of the life they made together.
Dr. Judith Orloff and Tantric Relationship Coach Corey Folsom discuss sacred sexuality, tantra as a way to open you energy to a partner and to life, and how to attract a loving partner and loving friends through the development of your energy.
Katherine Woodward Thomas, M.A., MFT is the author of the New York Times Bestseller Conscious Uncoupling: 5 Steps to Living Happily Even After, which was nominated for a Books for a Better Life Award, and the national bestseller, Calling in “The One:” 7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life.
A talented young artist gets more than she bargained for on the day her father visits her at her prestigious art conservatoire.
After travelling the world identical and inseparable twins Janice and Judith Smith have retired home to Melbourne, happily spending their time with their beloved cats and crafts, and of course, each other.
When stressed, we often react with looping fear-thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause harm to ourselves and/or others.
Rabbi, filmmaker, author talks about the concept of ‘Bashert’ or soulmates, and the story of finding, and losing his.
Societal and inner obstacles to an undistracted presence.
This meditation explores opening to the inner vulnerability we’ve avoided, and cultivating a tender and forgiving heart.
In long-term relationships, we often expect our beloved to be both best friend and erotic partner.
Love is a tool for revolutionary change and a path toward inclusivity and understanding for the LGBTQ+ community.
We talk of love as if it were just one thing: in fact, it’s two very different moves, Loving and Being Loved. You start to grow up when you stop focusing on the latter and get involved with the former.
One of the great and slightly strange dangers of falling in love with someone is how we may respond the day they start to love us back.
One of the strangest things about relationships is that we aren’t free to get together with just anyone. We all have strong types: but where do these come from and what do they tell us about ourselves?
Many of our relationship problems stem from the emptiness of our vocabulary around our affectionate emotion. We have only the minimal word 'love'. Luckily, the Ancient Greeks had a more nuanced and complicated vocabulary that we can usefully borrow from
The kids, on the other hand, stood around laughing, taking bets on whether the gunman would shoot.
Our lives consist of relationships strong and long term.
Conscious Good discusses film making experiences with the filmmakers!
Nick and Mia meets for the first time. They know nothing about each other and seem to know everything about everyone else. But sometimes the less you know, the better.