What Is Love?
This week it’s Valentine’s Day–again. Once a year people face this holiday and have to decide how to handle it. You may be planning a romantic dinner, flowers or special event with your beloved. You may be avoiding going out on one of the busiest nights in the restaurant business. You may be crying alone over a relationship you lost, or deliberately going out to flirt with a dozen new strangers. You may be hanging out at home because you think it’s an artificial holiday created by the greeting card industry. You might be joining Tinder. You may be hanging out with your friends bashing the opposite sex.
Regardless of your current state of romance or what you choose to do about it, around Valentine’s Day most people find themselves with many questions about “love.”
As a spiritual counselor, I get a lot of questions about this subject, such as, “Is my partner my real soulmate?” “When will I meet my soulmate?” “Where will I meet him/her?” “Is this current relationship the best relationship for me?”
In my experience, there are many types of partners you can choose. Beyond gender preferences, the soul may be on a different journey unrelated to romantic love, although in my experience, most people long for it and I believe, are “wired” for it.
Have a question? Call me.