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Love and The Art of Divorce

on February 10, 2011

I am reposting my blogs centered around Love at this time of Valentine’s Day.  May Love be with you always and all ways!

Relationships can be easy, difficult, painful, joyful, and essential.  The one thing they cannot be is avoided.  It is in our nature to love and care for others.  If you will remember we talked before about the nature of all relationships being with the One, Holy Spirit, God.  The ego mind tries to create the illusion of separation and thus comes the pain and difficulty we have with relationships.

Marriage is basically an acknowledgement of the oneness that exists always.  Two people who are attracted decide to share in the journey of love.  They make a commitment to stand beside each other no matter what and to share all that each has to offer.  This is done in the presence of God, because God is all there is!  So whether the ceremony is conducted in a church, court house, or park Spirit is present and witnesses this bond. 

The nature of the world you live in is ego mind.  Separation is being thrown at you at every turn, so it is little wonder that not all marriages last.  The rules people impose on each other are contrary to our nature as animals and as Spiritual Beings.  Monogamous, heterosexual, relationships with biological family must be the lifestyle! Really?

I am here to remind you that the rules are simply made up and can be changed.  There is no right or wrong in life, only what feels joyful or not.  When you surrender to the flow of Spirit you are guided on the path intended before you embarked on this human adventure.  Love is the way!

Sometimes marriages do not last and that is OK.  There is no rule that says you must take only one partner per lifetime.  You decide what is right for you!  Divorce does not have to be ugly. 

Marriage is two people looking in the same direction, sharing common goals.  If that changes then divorce can be the best choice.  While this needs to be considered deeply once the decision is made mutually, moving on can be as easy as walking away.  Love does not have to be abandoned!  Just because two people divorce does not mean they stop loving each other.  It only means their paths are heading in different directions. 

I encourage you to take your time and keep love by your side always and all ways.  This means that you love everyone in your life whether you know them or not.   Do not leave your partner in anger or frustration.  Instead stay long enough to work through your feelings.  What you give, you receive.  Keep this in mind as you decide how you will approach divorce.  Marriage is a 50/50 arrangement so when it comes to dividing that, keep it as equal as possible.  Attachment is the root to all pain and suffering and the more you insist (resist) the worse it will be. 

When the right (for you) decision is being made things will flow and fall into place without struggle.  Pain is natural (because you are releasing an attachment) so do not focus on this, but instead focus on the possibilities to fulfill your purpose here on earth.  Love is your nature, so just be yourself and love will flow whether you are divorcing or marrying! 

🙂 Sequoia Elisabeth

Unity in Gender Diversity

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