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  • Pat­rina M. Clark, SPHR, HCS, RACC
    Speaker | Trainer | Con­sul­tant | Coach
11 Mar

Love High

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Too often we make love con­di­tional or cir­cum­stan­tial. We love some­one “until” or “as long as.” Doing so gives us a sense of con­trol or power over the sit­u­a­tion. How­ever, the love expe­ri­ence is intended to be a free-​flowing expe­ri­ence – an expe­ri­ence that we allow to carry us away. Some­times, we are car­ried to the high­est heights; other times, to the low­est lows. All of the places love car­ries us can instill greater clar­ity – both about who we are and what our soul needs. We need only allow our­selves to freely flow, observe, and learn.

I’ve had my share of loves. And, I’ve looked back a time or two and won­dered “what was I think­ing?” As I’ve grown older (and pre­sum­ably wiser), I’ve come to appre­ci­ate all of my expe­ri­ences – even the ones that left me feel­ing emo­tion­ally bat­tered and bruised.

I’ve cho­sen, though, to remem­ber the highs of those expe­ri­ences – not mak­ing the expe­ri­ences mean any­thing about me or the other per­son; rather, just allow­ing myself to feel. This has brought remark­able heal­ing. Some wounds take longer than oth­ers to heal – some wounds feel as though they pierce our very souls. Regard­less, we have infi­nite capac­ity to heal ourselves.

Undoubt­edly, not all love expe­ri­ences are cre­ated equal. And, for sure, some love is bet­ter expressed at a dis­tance. But for me, a life with­out love is really not much of a life at all​.So, I choose to to keep my heart open and to love as though I’ve never been hurt. In that way, I remain open to some of life’s most amaz­ing expe­ri­ences — because there is truly no high like a love high. It is the ulti­mate expres­sion of our Divine con­nec­tion to one another.

Art­work “High In Love” by Crispin Del­gado — avail­able for pur­chase on Fine Art Amer­ica.

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