Daily Dose for the Soul

The holy relationship. It is impossible to know perfection if you are unable to see and honour that same perfection in others. The ability to see yourself as a temporary expression of intention and to see yourself in all of humanity is a characteristics of the holy relationship. It’s the ability to celebrate and honour in all others, the place where we’re all one.

In an unholy relationship, you see yourself as separate from others. It’s the feeling that others are primarily useful to satisfy ego’s urges, and that people are there to help you get what’s missing in your life. In any kind of a relationship, this attitude of separation and potential manipulation creates a barrier between you and the power of intention. The signs of unholy relationships are quite clear: People become defensive, fearful, hostile, standoffish, and don’t wish to be in your company.

As you change your thought patterns to raise your energy vibrations, and reduce the demands of your ego, you’ll begin developing a reverent to holy relationship with others. Then everyone is preserved as complete. When you can celebrate differences in other as interesting or enjoyable, you’re loosing your identity with ego. The holy relationship is a way of matching up with the universal source of creation and being peacefully joyful. Any relationship or even an encounter from the holy perspective, is a coming together with a beloved self aspect and discovering a stimulating connection with the power of intention.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne. W. Dyer

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Holy relationships with our Creator, family, and others enrich our daily life walk. Without them, we resemble lost, empty souls.

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    1. GS says:

      “The ego never gives out of abundance, because it was made as a substitute for it. That is why the concept of “getting” arose in the ego’s thought system. Appetites are “getting” mechanisms, representing the ego’s need to confirm itself. This is as true of body appetites as it is of the so-called “higher ego needs.” Body appetites are not physical in origin.” T-4.II.7:3-7


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