Wednesday April 25, 2018
Tonight on Suits Rachel married Mike, the man of her dreams for the past seven years, as millions watched at home and the season came to an end. Meghan beamed when she walked down the aisle as if a rehearsal for her wedding next month to Prince Harry, her real life Prince Charming. Video: That's a wrap on Meghan Markle
Spring relationships can be fun and empowering. It is often a time of fantasy and romanticism when one can be creative in their work and at home. This is the energy of spring and people embrace it.
With the onset of new relationships often comes the ending of old ones. This time of the year clients come with stories about broken relationships and what they have learned from them. Whether you're swiping an app or going places to meet someone romantically, are you fully understanding your intent and your psychological basis for getting there? Too many people claim to want a relationship and don't have time nor programming to do so. Others simply have had too many bad experiences. Relations begun in the romantic spring often end in the fall. If you understand that, you and your partner can have lots of fun.
There's an age-old proverb that keeps us grounded in the hope of finding The One ... When one door closes, another opens. But ... will the new person be about more learning lessons in relationships or show you that you have moved past programmed issues? Are you feeling less like you belong here lately? Ready to go beyond? It would seem that everyone has become a therapist for themselves and others but what they don't often get is ... these are emotional programmed adventures along the way in linear time.
ELLIE'S WORLD BLOG
CRYSTALINKS HOME PAGE
PSYCHIC READING WITH ELLIE
2012 THE ALCHEMY OF TIME