Add to that the willful act of labeling ourselves and it moves us that much farther out from the hope of real connection.
If you’re looking for love—online or off—and you self-identify as ‘spiritual‘, a word of caution here, just because it bears repeating: From the pulpit to politics, we’ve seen the futility of labels to accurately convey the spirit of the things or people they’re attached to.
meme began in all sincerity as a reminder to reflect on choices offered by our highest selves in moments of challenge and uncertainty.
In any situation, it’s a powerful spiritual practice to continually return ourselves to our highest mind and wisest selves.
Independent of what you put in your profile—or out to the universe—we’re each an embodiment of spirit, and we’d do well to bear that in mind when we meet.
Real love exists beyond the convenience and safety of our labels, beyond our ideas of spirituality, of who’s good enough and of what romantic partnership should look like when it shows up.
When it comes to love and romantic prospects, relying on labels helps us categorize the .
Labels alert us to whether we’re safe or doomed—and, they have a convenient way of stacking up for or against that new person we’ve considered clicking on.
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118SBeing in is a beautiful thing, but, as with anything you hold near and dear, you’re bound to experience some highs and lows that, at times, can have you truly questioning yourself and your partner.