Soul Love is a beautiful book channeled by Sanaya Roman. The words gently guide you to open to the connection to your own soul and heart center and expand this source of love to radiate to others. I felt compelled to share some of the affirmations found throughout the book. They show the highest form of love you can share with yourself and another.
I offer you soul love. It is the most important gift I can give you. I now magnetize the highest and best that our relationship has to offer.
I will no longer work or struggle to win your love. I will not try to win your love by anticipating your needs and filling them. I will honor your ability to fill your own needs.
I will work at a soul level to enhance the love that exists between us. I now amplify love so that we may experience new qualities and expressions of love, find new ways to love, and bring love to new areas of our relationship.
I love you with a love that is transparent, not influencing you with my emotion, desires or wants.
I love and accept you as you are. I allow you to feel, act and be any way you want to be.
I offer my unconditional love to you. I love you without needing to receive anything in return.
I am one with you; I am not separate from you. I offer you me understanding and compassion.
I commit to loving you as consistently as I possibly can.
I now surrender my desires for you and my expectations of you. You are free to follow your own inner guidance and wisdom.
I will love you as a soul no matter what you do or how you act.
It is fine to grow and change in your own timing. I release you from needing to meet my schedule on anything.
Thank you for reading and opening your heart to experiencing soul love.
The path of spiritual growth is often referenced to as a spiral growth pattern. Part of my understanding of what this means is that we will revisit the same situations or the same trigger over and over, but each time we do, it’s at a different, higher place on the spiral. Our growth has expanded each time we encounter the same cycle and we have the opportunity to see it in a different way, to heal more deeply and/or heal another aspect of ourselves in this situation.
I like this concept because it’s a more expansive view than the just thinking we are in the same loop or hamster wheel with no growth.
When I look back on my journey so far, I think the growth/change was very subtle at first so it appeared I was in the same loop, but now even as the same patterns show up I absolutely have a different perspective and they don’t remotely trigger me how they used to.
Like the chambers in the nautilus shell, they are small at first but as it spirals out the chambers are much roomier (for a broader, higher perspective).
You know I've had this website up for a few months and from the start I knew I would have a space to write and share and teach. But I've really had trouble getting started. Why? Well, I think for the most part it has to do with self-judgement. Do I have anything to say that's valuable? Would anybody even read this or care? Can I write something without over-analyzing it? Can I write something and actually make it accessible for everyone to read? Eke.
I know I'm too hard of myself in a thousand different ways. It's getting better, though. And the beautiful thing about letting yourself off the hook a little bit is that you start judging everybody else a little bit less, too. It's a nice feeling actually to see someone doing/saying something "wacky"00 and not judge them, to accept them where they are in life. Letting go of judgement of yourself and others can be such a freeing feeling. To not carry around bitter-ness and my opinion is better than
yours-ness, opens up a space within you to be more connected to yourself, your true inner self. And what can be more important than that?