Finding Your Other Half
The Ultimate Game of Hide and Seek
Find yourself, loving relationships, spiritual bliss, and all in a simple game of hide and seek
Finding Your Other Half is about spirituality and relationships. The central idea is that when we decide to find ourselves then intimate and loving relationships change dramatically because we’re not looking for someone else to make us feel good about ourselves or fill the gaps. Finding ourselves is mostly relaxing about who we are – we’re already here after all - it’s just that we decide to see ourselves. In essence this is accepting ourselves for all we are - physical and spiritual – and it’s an idea and a process. Once we relax about ourselves then relationships change – we can enjoy someone else for all the wonderful stuff. It doesn’t matter if you are in a relationship or fancy one. Having found yourself relationships can be taken to a whole new level in which you can safely explore issues of power, trust and balance. The book takes you through all of this. After that theres the invitation to find everyone else. Unity within and oneness without. Bliss!
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