To have strong, hot passion — in whatever we endeavor to do — is the delectability of living this life. And, o be able to laugh at our fragile mortality and existential situations is pure magic and can be one of the most important exercises in our daily routine. But the two things I think are paramount to living the life extraordinaire are to have a limitless supply of what the Dalai Lama calls necessities of life…
Trust that when things don’t happen at the exact timing you want, there is something even more amazing being prepared for you by the universe.
Real freedom is to love and accept yourself unconditionally as you are and as you aren’t. Love and accept yourself even if there are moments you find it difficult to love and accept yourself. As you learn to love and accept even your non-acceptance, a profound peace will be yours. As you love who you are, you acknowledge and nourish the light within you. The light inside you then grows stronger.
Commit to loving each moment of your relationship. Sometimes this may mean you have to end a relationship. But other times it may mean you must commit more deeply to working on your relationship, even though it’s challenging. When you commit to loving unconditionally you are committing to the highest good in any given situation.
Breakups are never easy. Some more painful than others. Especially when you feel like you have given your all to the relationship or felt like this was going to be forever. You attracted your partner because there were certain lessons that your souls were meant to teach each other. You attract to yourself a reflection […]
There is a pervasive confusion about sex and intimacy. We use the words interchangeably, but purely physical intimacy stops way short of a meaningful experience or a sustainable connection. The more we focus on the physicality of sex—how we look, what we wear, toys and techniques—the further we get from true intimacy.
Farhana Dhalla: A love letter should be unabashed in its adoration, syrupy sweet & void of any ‘objective’ look. That’s why I’m sharing the Love Letter I wrote for myself.
Have you ever wanted something so badly and no matter what you tried to do, it still didn’t work? Sometimes when things don’t work out the way you planned, it’s a blessing in disguise, even if it doesn’t seem that way at first. Just because you want a certain outcome doesn’t mean it’s actually the best thing for your soul’s growth and evolution. Your soul has an intelligence beyond the mind.
Why then in so many relationships is there little reciprocity? Men complain about not getting enough oral sex, which makes me wonder, are they giving as much as they want in return? Women complain that they are generous with favors of the oral kind, yet their men don’t return the favor. Houson, we have a problem!
Love comes in different forms. Learn the difference between true love and a love addiction that can be harmful.