Tuesday, February 14, 2023

A Vibrant Relationship

Writes Yung Pueblo on what makes a relationship vibrant. . . .

Two people who seek to know, love and heal themselves as individuals will have harmony flow between them as a couple. Control creates tension, but trust gives them space to be their own person and opens the door for vulnerability. Calm communication, clear commitments and the willingness to support each other’s happiness makes the union vibrant and strong.

See also the previous posts:
What We Crave
The Longing for Love: God’s Primal Beatitude
The Holy Pleasure of Intimacy
To Be Alive Is to Love
No Altar More Sacred
To Know and Be Known
To Be Held and to Hold
What We Mean By Love
Like a Sure Thing
Love as Exploring Vulnerability
Sex as Mystery, Sex as Light (Part I)
Sex as Mystery, Sex as Light (Part II)
A “Truly Queer Theory” on Sex
Intimate Soliloquies
The Gravity of Love
Passion, Tide and Time
“Make Us Lovers, God of Love”
The Art of Surrender
Real Holiness
Vessels of the Holy
Love as “Quest and Daring and Growth”
Relationship: The Crucial Factor in Sexual Morality
Lovemaking: Pathway to Truth, Harmony and Wholeness
The Many Manifestations of God’s Loving Embrace
Meeting (and Embodying) the Lover God
An Erotic Encounter With the Divine
Our Lives as LGBTQI People: “Garments Grown in Love”
“There’s Light in Love, You See”
Love at Love’s Brightest
Liberated to Be Together
It’s You . . .

Image: “Lovers on a Sofa” by Deni Ponty (1992).

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