Through a committed Dharmic Union two mortals can experience what it feels like to be divine. 👑
It sounds amazing.
And really, it is.
Yet it is not for the frail ones.
Solitary spiritual paths are historically much more common and for a reason. As soon as you engage sexual energy – the most powerful force accessible to a human being… things tend to get… fiery! 🔥
Most people are not equipped to handle the intensity of this fire.
Because all that is hidden starts to be revealed in the light of this fire… I.e. patterns, wounds, 🙈
If we don’t want to face the patterns, we start looking for outlets for the fire.
And either become critical and unkind with each other….
Or repress feelings and close off a part of ourselves.
And eventually stop making love. 😑
It takes dedication and it takes holy Work of love to open into and then sustain a Dharmic Union.
Both partners need to be willing to drop all protection mechanisms and do that Work together.
✨ You need to be willing to look deeper.
✨ To feel deeper.
✨To go deeper. And even deeper. Beyond the mind.
From this foundation you can build. ♥️
You say you want to feel seen and met by your partner but can you bear it?..
Can you bear being so entirely naked before someone so they see all your raw places,
all the places you have a hard time loving within yourself…
Or would you rather they saw only your pretty parts?
It won’t work like this, beloved.
Love won’t play by the rules of your mind.
You have to surrender.
And surrender more.
Because as long as there are unsurrendered parts within you, you will be getting burnt by the fire of Love. 🔥
Love wants to kiss you from within and transform you into what you have always secretly dreamt of but never dared to admit.
Love wants to give you all. ❤️🔥
You say you want it all, but will you dare to receive it?
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