There's this emphasis and pressure within society to create the "perfect" relationship. Our ideal of success is the lastingness of each union. When in reality, there have been relationships drug on for decades where both parties wouldn't dare deem "successful", yet simultaneously spurts of summer romances can be very nourishing the soul, as many can attest.
I'm writing a new standard for what a "successful relationship" represents to me. (I've never been one too easily impressed with convention always).
Post Compassionate Closure ~Survey~
Congratulations, you've successfully graduated from a conscious relationship!
Store the positive teachings, quickly while they're still ripe. Heck keep a running tab in a journal when reminiscing on the beauty of favorite moments in the relationship. If I've learned anything, gratitude is the only way to ensure we keep welcoming an abundance of gratitude to flow into our lives.
These are the experiences we can allow to nourish us, so we can use this as food for our spirit to continue reaching, rising, and becoming one with all and one with love.
Don't be shy in reaching out to people you love to spend time together. They want to be there for support and you are so worthy <3 . Get some of your favorite food, immerse yourself in nature, drink a smoothie, go on a hike, do some stretching, do some crying, do some laughing, lots of laughing with lots of dancing.
Welcome to the inner musings and mind gems that I've harnessed from the thought streams that scurry across mind. Here you'll find the experiences, reflections, and learnings I feel worthy of documenting as my journey unfolds.