Life is made up of relationships; some last just a moment and some a lifetime. As human beings we are fundamentally designed to be communal, to be connected, to be intimate. Deep down we all seek deep and meaningful relationships which provide a sense of safety, belonging and passion, which also nurture and support our individuation, personal growth and freedom.
We all want to love and to be loved, but what does that even mean?
None of us were taught how to do relationship at school. Most of our parents were only able to teach us by their own example, many of which had no clue themselves. We were left to work it out for ourselves while on the job, and of course we’ve screwed it up, time and time again, but hopefully we’ve learnt something along the way.
Relationship is a verb; it is not something we have it is something we DO. It is an evolutionary process. It is an art form. And like all art forms it requires a certain set of skills, talents and understandings, some that may come naturally and some we may need to learn and develop. But, as with any piece of art, every relationship is a mystery which challenges the artist to stretch, to learn and to adapt. To be a true Artist of Love is to be grounded in oneself, to be able to BE with the mystery, and to be able to respond to the needs of the relationship in the moment.
The (R)Evolutionary Lover program is that relationship school we all missed out on!