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Love Agent: Best of Love Shared

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

thinkinggirl2resizedI didn’t realize when we first envisioned the Love Agent movement that we were  actually creating an ongoing mechanism for relational breakthroughs until recently when it has became clear how challenging it is for our hundreds of love agents to go from being registered to engaged.   I naively thought that our little love missions would become a simple self fulfilling prophecy as people experienced how enhancing their intimate connections makes their lives more satisfying and whole.  I underestimated how becoming more loving in our lives actually represents a break through in our thinking.  And that It isn’t just our busyness that keeps people from engaging as love agents, but rather our initial resistance to changing our thinking and our lack of practice in sustaining it.

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Sharing the Intention to Love

Friday, August 15th, 2014

breakfastinbedThe truth is that we all fall short of our intentions a lot of the time, especially when it comes to our dedication to loving the people around us.  We are blessed with  these brilliant moments of inspiration that too often don’t come together in reality.

One of the most powerful antidotes to this pattern of unfulfilled love ideas is to share our commitment to become more loving with the people they care about most:  See if this sweet reflection of sharing our loving intentions doesn’t inspire to get your love relationship signed up as Love Agents…

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How to Feel Lovable

Friday, August 1st, 2014

mistymorningOne of my all time favorite quotes by the Buddha is:

“You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.” And yet,  this is often the most challenging part of our development, coming to believe in our own lovability. Yet, when it comes down to it there is no other single more powerful fix to our relationships and even life in general than coming to a practice of loving ourselves.

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