posted on May, 27 2011 @ 09:38 AM
Interesting way of seeing it. I read a book called the secret science and it reminds me of some of the things you mentioned in this thread. What I
noticed in society in general when it comes to relationships is that at least 50% of relationships are built due to sexual attraction. People get
addicted towards another's "energy" and confuse this with love. Plenty of times perceived love isn't really love at all, but rather it is a form of
infatuation which lasts only for so long. Getting married and having children during this period of time is one of the biggest mistakes that people
make, because it is based on a fools gold type of love.
Another mistake that people aren't aware of is the fact that in a relationship both must strive to grow and evolve together. Things become rather
stagnant if both aren't willing to higher their minds/souls/experience. People are constantly changing for the most parts, and some are willing to
stay in their ways without any growth at all. This is why I do not believe in wedding vows that include "till death do us part", because you will not
be the same person in 5 years so you cannot possibly promise for something that you do not know. You might be genuine in your intentions, and sincere
in your beliefs AT THAT GIVEN MOMENT, but there is no way to know what the future might hold.
I like to look at it as vibrational frequencies; everyone has one and have their own particular resonance. You are attracted to another's vibrational
field almost unconsciously due to the fact that they are in the same (or similar) "wave length" as you are. But throughout time you wave changes, and
might fall out of sync with your partner. That's why it's important not to simply fall for someone that you are physically attracted to, or enjoy sex
with. Because physicality changes and tastes changes. Finding someone that compliments your personality (fills in your weakness with their strengths
and vice versa) and whom have the same goals as you do (not simply as a partnerships for monetary reasons) spiritually and mentally (hunger for
knowledge) and whom you see has the qualities that you wish to have.
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