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|Subject: Relationship Problems – Some day your Prince will come! Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:33 am|| |
From a tender age, most girls are exposed to the notion that “Some day their Prince will come.” Indeed this is a common theme in fairy-tales and many well known Disney films. Recently, this concept has been elevated and brought to the forefront by the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Now from the outside looking in, many women may be envious of Ms. Middleton’s perceived fortune. However, if you think that her life is going to be all sunshine and buttercups, you are sadly mistaken. Without question, enduring a high level of public scrutiny will prove to be quite the challenge. So, things are not always as they appear. Nevertheless, the theme of “some day your prince will come” has been elevated. And that theme, in my opinion, inevitably leads to the concept of the soul mate and the tireless search by many to find their twin flame. However, all too often, the search that seems to yield a prince - unknowingly spawns a frog. Perhaps this happens because most people’s perception of a true soul mate is completely misguided. Contrary to popular belief, a soul mate is not someone who possesses magical qualities and appears solely for the purpose of fulfilling ones happiness. If you are not complete to begin with, no one else is going to do the job. When you attempt to fill a void in your own life with a partner, the results are always disastrous! How can you find your soul mate if you haven’t found your own soul? You can’t! In reality, your soul mate is half of the greater whole that comes together in unity to uplift humanity! Therefore, only by pursuing your true divine path and committing to evolution of consciousness will you find your partner in divine mission. To pursue a partner for ones needs alone or for any other reason is not only selfish, but it is also misguided and displays ignorance. Question is; how do you become selfless and knowledgeable?
Let’s start with the societal programming, shall we? In most cases, little girls are taught they must sacrifice for their family, partner and children. They must put aside their dreams because everyone else’s needs come first. Most women view this as sacrifice, however, it is not! Sacrifice is not defined by what you deprive yourself of, but rather a willingness to use your good fortune and knowledge to uplift humanity. If you’ve, indeed, deprived yourself of something so another could gain, bitterness and resentment will eventually surface. So, what did you really accomplish by helping another at your own expense? Bottom line, you are no good to anyone else unless you’re first good to yourself. Ultimately, no one will respect you for throwing yourself under a bus so that others may profit.
On the other end of the spectrum, little boys are taught not to express themselves, show emotion, weakness or cry. This only creates separation of the genders. At the end of the day, on a soul level, we are both male and female. There is no difference. Consequently, gender separation has been created purely by society from the physical form perspective.
If you desire to become complete, you must marry the feminine with the masculine. This entails a journey of personal growth and spiritual development. If you’d like to find your real soul mate and the real bridal chamber, you must boldly go where you’ve never gone before – within!