In a recent article entitled "Ten Steps to An Ideal Relationship" I noted that step 10 was about continuing one's own personal growth.A relationship will grow stagnant if either of the partners stops growing emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. In the same way that you would nurture a child's growth one must continually nurture one's own.
Many individuals spend most of their time trying to get into a relationship that once there they forget the need to continue growing. Instead they often "settle in" and expect that everything will take care of itself.Well doesn't that sound and feel just a bit boring?.You see a relationship is not a static entity. Rather it is alive and needs to be nurtured through the emotional, intellectual and spiritual growth of each partner in order to keep it alive.So what do I mean by personal growth?.
Often we unfortunately only think of growth as simply a physical process. Once you're an adult then I suppose some might say "I've made it".Well from my experience of life and relationships one must continue to learn, experience and understand the deeper foundations of one's self, one's partner, the emotional, intellectual, sexual and spiritual connections that exist there, as well as one's mutual goals and aspirations.Learning how to integrate, communicate, negotiate, intimate and so on is what it means to come into one's full potential as a human being.Relationships, in my view are a necessary and wonderful venue by which one can experience the emergence of one's complete self.
It has been my experience that this can lead to a feeling of joy, contentment, fullness, wholeness, inner peace, completeness, self awareness, self confidence, self esteem and the unfolding of one's Authentic and Multipotent Self.If you are interested in taking this journey then kindly visit the web link below.
Nick Arrizza M.D. is trained in medicine & psychiatry. He is an international healer and coach as well as the developer of the powerful Mind Resonance Process(TM) MRP.Web Site: http://www.
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