Congratulations on taking the first step towards a more conscious relationship
Is a lack of vision killing your relationship?
It's surprising how many business owners have a clear vision of what they want out of their business but don’t have a clear vision of the kind of relationship they want.
Your relationship vision is the shared declaration, created and agreed upon, that guides your shared principles, goals and values.
And if you’re not clear on your vision for your relationship, or it’s just a mental vision, you mey become stagnant, or worse, break up. You're going to be letting all your old patterns, beliefs and hurts run the relationship instead of creating what you really want - and being fully alive in it.
How do you create and implement a vision for your relationship that’s not just a mental exercise? Let me show you….
The 4 keys to a relationship vision
This is a simple and powerful 4 part process based on a QiGong practice using the 4 attentions centres in the body (mind, heart, belly and pelvis)
A relationship vision gives you purpose
Becoming clearer about what you want to create with your partner can help you engage in your relationship with more direction and focus. For singles it can mean that when you begin a new relationship, you are going in with your eyes wide open. You will be clear within yourself about what you are looking for and what is important to you.
It’s like being in a boat at sea at night and seeing a lighthouse in the distance. The lighthouse tells you where to sail when you see it’s light. Think of your relationship like that boat. Without direction and a long term vision, you may not end up going anywhere fast. And the worst case scenario is you may hit the rocks.
1. What do you want your relationship to look like?
Seeing a clear picture, or forming a clear couple of sentences, engages the mental energy.
What do you see the both of you doing together?
How much you time do you need for yourself?
How do the two of you grow together?
What do you see as you get older, become more successful?
Where do you live, what do you do for adventures, how deep and regular is your intimacy?
2. How do you want to feel in your relationship?
Engaging your feelings activates your emotional energy.
What kind and quality of experience do you have in your ideal relationship?
How does it feel in your body when you hang out?
When you make love?
What gets nurtured in you?
How inspired and motivated do you feel from the connection you have?
3. How powerful and trusting do you feel in your relationship?
This is one a lot of people miss out on, and it’s critical. Being clear on your sense of power, of how deeply you trust yourself, activates your intuitive mind.
How powerful and alive do you make each other feel?
How deeply does she trust you?
How deeply do you trust her?
How deeply do you trust yourself to be fully yourself in your relationship?
How authentic are you in this relationship you want and what does that look/feel like?
4. What’s your sexual and creative experience like?
Engaging the energy in your pelvis does more than get you clear on what kind of sexual relationship you want, it brings on board your creative energy, gets your deep well of vitality aligned and on board with what you want to create.
How does what you’ve envisioned in the last 3 sections feel?
How much does it excite you?
How would this effect your connection sexually?
How does that sexual connection feel and how does it power your life and this vision you’ve just created? What do you create together?
Setting your vision isn’t about setting an impossible ideal. It’s getting really clear on what kind of experience you want to have.
If you’re not in a relationship, then you’ve a powerful opportunity to make something great.
If you’re in a relationship, then you’ve a powerful opportunity to make something great.
Now make it real
One of the key aspects to really make this work is that you need to talk about it with your partner. Take her on this conscious co-createiong journey with you.
Redesign your Relationship 90 day program
The business of love
In business we plan ahead, we set goals, we build relationships, we communicate with clarity or at least attempt to. In business, we would laugh at the notion of success without planning, yet we approach our personal relationships with an open heart and no thought to strategy at all. And then we wonder why we so often fall at the first hurdle.
It is my great desire to bring the business principles of strategic planning to our most intimate relationships so that our love lives can become places of vibrant and dynamic growth.
You don't have to go it alone. Contact us for a no-obligation chat.