How to Invoke Love’s Divine Magic

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Learn to surrender to love’s divine magic to take your relationship to new heights. Invoke Love’s Divine Magic     Imagine that we’re out to dinner, driving in a car somewhere, or maybe just lying in bed moments before it’s time to turn out the lights. All is well. Everything seems quiet. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, our partner tosses a “grenade” into our lap. Suddenly, but too late, it’s obvious: we didn’t see any of the familiar signs that usually indicate a conflict is about to erupt. Perhaps they say something overtly cruel or make some passive aggressive comment to remind us where we went wrong earlier that evening, or maybe even five years ago. Almost instantly, from out of our mouth comes pouring a host of tried and true things we tend to say in similar situations; words with edges to cut, some smooth enough to defuse the situation, others more forceful, and all designed to turn the tide of battle and push our partner back onto their heels. Then, a shift; something within us remembers that we’ve been where this fight is about to take us at least a hundred times and that there’s nothing new or good about getting there; just more of the same. In that same revelation, in fact as a part of its remembrance, we now see what we couldn’t before: we’re about to wade into a “war” with our partner that can’t be won no matter which of us seems to come out on top! So, given what this new level of higher awareness shows us as being true, there’s the only logical, and ultimately loving action left for us to do: we refuse the call to combat. Instead of going ballistic, we go inwardly quiet. But let us tread this new…

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https://omtimes.com/2019/04/invoke-loves-divine-magic/

Learn to surrender to love’s divine magic to take your relationship to new heights. Invoke Love’s Divine Magic     Imagine that we’re out to dinner, driving in a car somewhere, or maybe just lying in bed moments before it’s time to turn out the lights. All is well. Everything seems quiet. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, our partner tosses a “grenade” into our lap. Suddenly, but too late, it’s obvious: we didn’t see any of the familiar signs that usually indicate a conflict is about to erupt. Perhaps they say something overtly cruel or make some passive aggressive comment to remind us where we went wrong earlier that evening, or maybe even five years ago. Almost instantly, from out of our mouth comes pouring a host of tried and true things we tend to say in similar situations; words with edges to cut, some smooth enough to defuse the situation, others more forceful, and all designed to turn the tide of battle and push our partner back onto their heels. Then, a shift; something within us remembers that we’ve been where this fight is about to take us at least a hundred times and that there’s nothing new or good about getting there; just more of the same. In that same revelation, in fact as a part of its remembrance, we now see what we couldn’t before: we’re about to wade into a “war” with our partner that can’t be won no matter which of us seems to come out on top! So, given what this new level of higher awareness shows us as being true, there’s the only logical, and ultimately loving action left for us to do: we refuse the call to combat. Instead of going ballistic, we go inwardly quiet. But let us tread this new…

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