5 Relationship Killers and How to Avoid Them

5 Relationship Killers and How to Avoid Them

Here are five major relationship killers you may want to avoid: 1. Controlling Behaviour Most people enter a relationship with a deep fear of rejection, and this fear motivates various forms of controlling behaviour. Controlling behaviour falls into two major...
5 Important Details for Developing Rapport

5 Important Details for Developing Rapport

Let us take a peek at the basics of developing rapport with others. In a nutshell, what it takes is to ask questions, have a positive, open attitude, encourage an open exchange of communications (both verbal and unspoken), listen to verbal and unspoken communications,...
The Couple Relationship and the Orders of Love

The Couple Relationship and the Orders of Love

The couple relationship gives us the opportunity to experience love outside our blood ties and families and can be one of the greatest sources of joy or pain in our lives. We begin a relationship with someone, we do not realise that energetically, our family system...
Finding an Antidote to the Poison of Shame

Finding an Antidote to the Poison of Shame

Shame is a poison that keeps us from experiencing our own joy and disconnects from the aliveness within and around us. Whereas guilt is associated with a particular memory or event and having done something wrong, the feeling of shame is about being wrong at our core....
Resentments and What to do With Them

Resentments and What to do With Them

Some people can spend hours dwelling on the wrongs done to them, the injustices, the slights, the snubs, the insults, the differences, slurs and just plain bad treatment. They can think of a particular instance and sure as the sun comes up, so does these feelings...
Self-Acceptance is an Action

Self-Acceptance is an Action

Imagine you are standing in front of a full-length mirror. Naked. You have been asked to gaze at yourself for two minutes.   Now take a quick inventory of the feelings that come up with this suggestion. Did you feel curious or afraid? Interested or hesitant? Willing...