Getting back out there dating
“Don’t let past relationships ruin your future happiness.
Scars remind us of where we’ve been, not where we are going.” ~Unknown I believe that the breakdown of relationships can lead to some of the most powerful lessons we learn in life.
So it was important that I acknowledged that those were the things I needed to bring back into balance as priorities before someone else could even enter the picture.
I did this by meditating, reading, and opening myself back up to spiritual teachers.
Allow yourself to be unapologetically you, whether you’re on a date or on your own. Rediscover your likes and dislikes, find out what you really love, investigate new interests, let yourself be seen and heard as though for the first time.
You’ll come to love yourself for it—and so will your partner.
They’re the ones who embrace life in its messiness and imperfection and they’re right at home embracing the same in themselves.
Get back in the saddle and get messy while you’re at it!
One of the biggest barriers to realizing love and intimacy with others is the inability to be our authentic selves.Holding each other at arm’s length, appearing too aloof for true connection, or too fearful of rejection makes it hard to establish a foundation of safety and trust.