Love is essential to life. Babies need it for growth hormones to function so they can to survive and thrive. We all sense the safety, warmth and security of love. It is sustenance for us. Love is where we came from in the eternities. It’s the very foundation of life. Our first conscious memories of love come from our nurturing mothers and fathers in healthy family relationships. As we grow older and get beyond the boundaries of home and family, we treasure the love of friends. Life would seem empty and meaningless without connections built with the energy of love.
As practitioners, we all have a good understanding of the impact of negative emotions on relationships. Our best results come when we have a positive head and heart, and are not focusing on the frustration of a relationship. Yet there are moments when we feel someone has overstepped, be it a client or a fellow practitioner.
Let’s take a little journey into yourself and see how it's possible to find love. Our journey will take us from what quantum physics tells us and then on to the heart, the organ most associated with love.
Lets turn Valentines Day into a real holiday about love and relationships by spreading the discovery of the Heart-Wall around the world. Release your Heart-Wall and purchase a Heart-Wall package!
La codependencia emocional se puede dar en cualquier tipo de relación, no necesariamente en una relación romántica-amorosa, puede presentarse entre padres e hijos, entre amigos e incluso entre las personas con las cuales trabajamos o convivimos.
On August 20, 2013 in Decatur, Georgia, there was life because of one woman’s courage and unconditional love of a would-be shooter. This young man entered an elementary school prepared to shoot and kill as many children and teachers as possible before taking his own life. If, like Antoinette Tuff, we can recognize our pain in others, we can look past the behaviors and to the pain and hurt of our fellow man. Only then are we mentally, emotionally and spiritually open and ready to give love. Mother Teresa said, “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.”
“If we could look into each others hearts and understand the unique challenges each of us faces, I think we would treat each other much more gently, with more love, patience, tolerance, and care.” – Marvin J. Ashton Acceptance begets attraction. We are mentally, emotionally, [...]
We've asked our Facebook fans for their "Tips for Dealing with Clients who are Needy or have Difficult Personalities". All of their input was intuitive and fun, so we picked some of our favorite tips and also had Dr. Brad's team chime in too. Tips [...]