Love and Romance in Relationships

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“Do not think that you must fall into feverish love. True love is always calm because it is always based on recognition and compatibility. And true love will grow because true participation in relationship is the vehicle for its expression.”

“Many people are addicted to the experience of being in love. It is an experience based upon recognition. Therefore, they keep looking for the recognition, thinking that the recognition is the relationship. Recognition is not relationship. Many people who have this problem, and most people do have it to some degree, are repeatedly disappointed because the relationship that is the result of recognition only disappoints them. It does not have the compatibility and the alignment of purpose that are being spoken of here. Do not be addicted to recognition, for you could experience this same recognition in your daily meditation, and this recognition would initiate you into Knowledge instead of leading you into a divisive and hopeless relationship with another.”

“Around the world love is held to be in the highest esteem, as a pinnacle of human experience. Love is sung about in songs, written about in poetry. It is exalted in great literature. It is bandied about in normal conversation. People claim they are in love, that love is the ultimate, that all you need in the world is love and everything will work out just fine. But very few people understand what love really is. And very few people have experienced love at a deeper level—beyond fascination, beyond infatuation and attachment. Few people have experienced the real power and current of love.”

See “The Great Love”

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2 Responses to "Love and Romance in Relationships"

  1. Mike H. Posted on May 19, 2012 at 7:40 pm

    The term Agape defines the term Love. For a definitive description Christian Bible 1st Corinthians 13:4-8. “…Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not self seeking , it is not easily angered. It keeps no record of wrongs…it does not delight in evil but rejoices in truth…” I think these are the things you want to recognize in another person.
    However the term Recognition in context as I understand your use of it, I defer to your study lessons which may better help the reader grasp a deeper understanding of how to pursue Recognition.
    Step No.’s 5 of Steps to Knowledge (I Want to Believe What I Want to Believe) :”…on a day-to-day basis, and in most practical questions, people base their beliefs on things they hope for, not on things that actually exist i.e. false Recognition
    Step 17 ( I Want to Know the Truth): “The truth always brings resolution of conflict, always provides an experience of self, always gives you a sense of current reality and always provides direction for you to move.” Of synopsis of the conclusion from your article of some of the things true/proper, in context, Recognition should achieve from a relationship standpoint.
    I personally find the the Scriptures (sited above) easier to understand and more to the point. Everything else sounds too “Seth” like to me.

  2. Ellen Posted on May 22, 2012 at 12:23 pm

    Thank you for your comments.

    The words that are printed in this Teaching: Love and Romance in Relationships
    come directly from the Angelic Realm and not from a Seth-like source. They are part
    of a New Message from the Creator.