Passion ....according to John Boorman, British
filmmaker It is surely the becoming of a person. Are we not, for most of
our lives, marking time? Most of our being is at rest, unlived.
In passion, the body and the spirit seek expression outside of
self. Passion is all that is other from self. Sex is only
interesting when it releases passion.
The more extreme and the more expressed that passion is, the more
unbearable does life seem without it. It reminds us that if
passion dies or is denied, we are partly dead and that soon, come
what may, we will be wholly so.
Romantic Realms Spiritual and Soul Mate Relationships
"Love is man's and woman's deepest need. It's
not the threat of illness or poverty that crushes the human
spirit but the fear that there is no one who truly cares - no one
who really understands." - Astrologer, Linda Goodman
When you are in a romantic spot, ask your partner if they would like to dance. Place one earpiece in their ear and one in your own and enjoy your private dance floor.
This technique is particularly effective if the romantic spot you have chosen is somewhere where people would not normally dance, for example, the top of the Empire State building at sunset or on top of a mountain during a camping trip.
Buy a packet of glow in the dark stars
and stick the stars on the roof above your bed to spell out a message such as "I Love You." When the lights go down, your message will be revealed!
Contact your partner's family and ask if there was anything they always
wanted when they were a child. For example, if she always wanted a porcelain doll, buy one for her birthday.
She will not only appreciate the gift but also the fact that you were thoughtful
enough to find out what she always wanted.
For Valentines Day, buy your partner a charm bracelet
with at least 14 charms. Remove all the charms and let your partner 'find' one charm each day for the first fourteen days of February. On Valentines Day give her the bracelet and
any remaining charms.
Or give your partner the charm bracelet ON Valentine's Day and let them find one charm each day after that.
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An Uncommon Bond "I met her when I most expected it. I felt Sarah entering my heart weeks before we met in real time. She was quietly everywhere - a distant flute, a subtle shift in wind direction, a whisper of longing that called me home. I felt her in my bones, in my breath, in the sudden and inexplicable lifting of my weary spirit. She was orbiting me, close at heart, eagerly awaiting our cosmic re-acquaintance. The call of the beloved.
Let there be no doubt that all love connections are not created equal. Some bonds are simply practical. Others are blindly rooted in pathology and old traumas. Still others are opportunities to heal and have essential needs finally met. And some have a mystical quality from the first meeting. Pure and simple. Apparent from the first out-breath. Unmistakably sacred. God rising on the wings of their love. This is how the timely and the timeless become indistinguishable - when love meets God deep in the heart's inner temple." - an excerpt from An Uncommon Bond by Jeff Brown.
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Romantic Moment in History :
Most people got married in June because they took their yearly
bath in May and were still smelling pretty good by June. However,
they were starting to smell, so brides carried a bouquet of
flowers to hide the B.O. Baths were a big tub filled with hot
water. The man of the house had the privilege of the nice clean
water, then all the other sons and men, then the women and
finally the children. Last of all the babies. By then the water
was so dirty you could actually lose someone in it. Hence the
saying "Don't throw the baby out with the bath
How It Works - Every
birth day represents one card for a lifetime.
Unlike astrology, you don't need a birth time for this system, yet it completely complements astrology and numerology. Basically, the three tools say the same thing about an individual's potential and path.
I have been using the cards' system for eight years and I'm still in awe of how accurate it is, even the weekly layouts. The 9 of Spades turns up for my first day of the week layout, every single week!
It seems that so much of our lives are pre-determined and we can choose to consciously learn from the "cards we've been dealt" to make wise choices. A simple deck of cards are a powerful tool for understanding the self, our personal relationships, and how we can make the most of what is presented to us this lifetime. ~ Tara