The WISDOM Podcast with Dorothy Zennuriye Juno
Your ’Love Longevity List.’ The Three Secrets for Longevity in Your Love Relationship. | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E21

Your ’Love Longevity List.’ The Three Secrets for Longevity in Your Love Relationship. | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E21

February 13, 2022

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Your ’Love Longevity List.’  The Three Secrets for Longevity in Your Love Relationship.

The WISDOM podcast  Season 3  Episode 21

 

 

~The longevity of your love relationship depends on this. ~

 

In the world of dating, it’s natural to want to show up when you meet someone for the first time; to show them your best self.

 

It’s a deeply ingrained part of our human condition. The desire for validation and approval are among the strongest motivating forces. Feeling approved of and loved contributes to feeling confident and worthy.

Naturally we look to our love relationship as a main source of validation and worth. It’s one place but certainly not the only.

 

My hope is that you will realize the importance of developing the relationship with hold with yourself first - and to continue to dedicate energy and attention to the one person that needs to love you the most.

 

In this episode I share what you can do to exist as authentic and true - first to yourself; and to enlist each of these three longevity secrets to ensure happiness, great love, and the confidence in knowing that you have chosen well in a partner.  

 

Join me here to shift your perspective in how you look for a partner and love.

 

Sending you great 💜 love...

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

If you have a question or if you would like my guidance or help, please reach out to me:  dorothy@dorothyratusny.com

 

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More great l o v e:

* How to Live As Love  [YouTube Video]

* This is Authentic Happiness [The WISDOM BLOG  An  a u d i o  original]

* Live Your Greatness [Podcast Episode Season 1]

* This Is A Self-Love Movement  [YouTube Video]

* The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

* Self-Love: A Meditation to Heal Your Life  [The Wisdom Archives]

* The 10 Sacred Habits of Meditation  [Audio Course]

* The Sacred Practice of Meditation  ['live' Workshop]

* Work with Me [Life Coaching & Therapy]

 

A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternell  www.eternell.net/album/illuvia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Somewhere Between The Rage and the Silence: Mastering Self-Regulation | Part 2/3 on Emotional Intelligence | ’ask dorothy’ | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E19

Somewhere Between The Rage and the Silence: Mastering Self-Regulation | Part 2/3 on Emotional Intelligence | ’ask dorothy’ | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E19

February 2, 2022

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'ask dorothy'

Somewhere Between The Rage and the Silence: Mastering Self-Regulation | A Real Life Client Story

Part 2/3 on Emotional Intelligence

The WISDOM podcast  Season 3 Episode 19

 

-  Self-Regulation is one of the five basic competencies of emotional intelligence.  -

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Timestamps:

Does This Sound Familiar?  0-1:33 |  Podcast Theme Intro:  1:34 | How You Learned Emotional Dysregulation:  4:12 | Your Amygdala Hijacking:  5:32 |The Role of Your Frontal Lobes in Self-Control:  6:39 | What Makes You Emotionally Intelligent:  7:48 |  My Client Gary and wife Silvana: 9:45 |  What is Your Typical Emotional Reaction?  13:13 |  The 3 Best Skills of Self-Regulation:  13:34 | 1. Breath and Your Vagus Nerve:  15:13 |  2. Self-Assessment:  17:15 |  3. Self-Regulation Strategy: 18:27 | Let's Dive Deeper Together: 22:04 | Podcast Theme Outro:  23:04

 

What if you grew up in a household where one parent would lose their cool a lot? They would yell at the top of their lungs whether in general frustration or as a means of calling attention to something that you or one of your siblings wasn’t doing or was doing that you shouldn’t be. What if both parents did that and it became a normative culture to witness raised voices every time someone was frustrated or angry?

What if yelling by one or both parents was taught as acceptable based on the rationalization that ‘yelling is the only way for me to get you to listen.”

Or, perhaps in your home you witnessed one or both parents blaming another person or a situation for how they feel. For example, making an external condition the source of one’s stress rather than looking to one’s thoughts and perceptions as the cause of one’s feelings.

We all have experiences growing up of how difficult emotions were demonstrated. Anger, sadness and anxiety are the three most common emotions that we struggle with.

 

How you learned to express your emotions is largely a facet of what you were taught; what was shown repeatedly and what therefore became normalized.

Welcome to part two in this three part series on Emotional Intelligence. I would like to set the record by stating we all have learned from our caregivers how to display emotions. Whether inappropriate and unhealthy such as in the examples I cited earlier, or as in some households, at first glance it would seem that no one ever gets angry. Everyone seems so pleasant and calm. In some families difficult and unwanted emotions are rarely shared and expressed openly. You may have learned to choke back what you feel; to store it away; to not let others really know what is bothering you, or how angry you really are.

 

In part one of this series on Emotional intelligence, I shared my client Anastasia’s story of how one situation – one critical moment became the tipping point that changed her life forever; and that became the precipice for building what was an absence of emotional regulation and other basic competencies such as empathy and self-awareness.

 

If you haven’t yet, please listen next to part one, and then join me as we wrap up this series in part three and the true story of another client – and how in honing the skills (the competencies) of emotional intelligence, helped to overcome the experiences of their past trauma.

Here in part two, I share the impact of emotional dysregulation as it specifically relates to living in a state of constant amygdala hijacking; and how the psychological stresses (whether real or imagined) can create a feedback loop of reacting to stress.

 

You are about to meet my client Gary* and his wife Silvana*.  Each member of this couple was in a constant state of dysregulation - and both triggered by the other's reaction to their expression of  emotion.

 

To help, I share the three best strategies (used in conjunction with each other) to successfully self-regulate emotions.  If you've ever lost control of your emotions, you'll want to learn these effective strategies!! Join me!

 

* The names of my clients (and their loved ones) have been changed to maintain confidentiality.

 

Each Tuesday at 8pm EST, I take you on a journey - inside - what happens in a session of Life Coaching and Therapy in the 'ask dorothy' series as we answer the questions that honour your path and your life.

 

 

If you would like my help as you build these five competencies of EI (emotional intelligence) please reach out to me.  namaste! 🙏

 

Sending you great 💜 love...

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

Find all Episodes of The WISDOM podcast here  

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Emotional Intelligence Learning and Love:

* Part 1/3: Your Emotional Self Needs to Learn This  [Podcast Episode]

Why Taking a Deep Breath Feels Good  [Medium]

* Your Vagus Nerve  [Online Resource] 

* The Amygdala Hijack  [Online Resource]

Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman  [Book]

* Emotional Alchemy by Tara Bennett-Goleman  [Book]

* Developing Emotional Intelligence [YouTube Video]

* Live Your Greatness [Podcast Episode Season 1]

* The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

* Self-Love: A Meditation to Heal Your Life  [The Wisdom Archives]

* Work with Me [Life Coaching & Therapy]

 

A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternell  www.eternell.net/album/illuvia

 

 

 

 

 

”We All Love One Another” | Wisdom For A New Era  | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E10

”We All Love One Another” | Wisdom For A New Era | The WISDOM podcast | S3 E10

January 2, 2022

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"We All Love One Another" | WISDOM for a New Era

The WISDOM podcast  Season 3  Episode 10

- a heartfelt plan if you looking to reconnect with yourself, and as you grow along your spiritual path -

Welcome to a special episode to guide you forward into a new year of life and also into each new day that opens your heart to love, to great mystery and to the promise that life is truly the most compelling vision of personal desire and mastery.  

 

As you live in majesty of life’s ever-present wisdom and beauty; and in the knowledge of what you are as a spiritual being and a being of love.

 

After listening, please continue on as I have also included a beautiful meditation.  It is a practice and a sacred teaching of how you can live as light and love.

 

And if you would like my help as you navigate this new year in your life; to find and reach your greatness, your goals, your personal triumphs....please reach out to me.  namaste! 🙏

 

 

Find all Episodes of The WISDOM podcast here

Love in your inbox?  Subscribe to my weekly WISDOM Notes here:  

 

Sending you great 💜 love...

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

If you have a question or if you would like my guidance or help, please reach out to me:  dorothy@dorothyratusny.com

 

Find all Episodes of The WISDOM podcast here  

Love in your inbox?  Subscribe to my weekly WISDOM Notes here

Visit me on social media💜 :  Twitter   Instagram  Facebook

 

 

More  l o v e  and  w i s d o m:

* How to Live As Love  [YouTube Video]

* The Kindness Challenge [Read The WISDOM BLOG post here]

* Live Your Greatness [Podcast Episode Season 1]

* This Is A Self-Love Movement  [YouTube Video]

* The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

* Self-Love: A Meditation to Heal Your Life  [The Wisdom Archives]

* Do You Let Love In? How to Feel Deserving of Love  [Podcast Episode]

* Work with Me [Life Coaching & Therapy]

 

A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternell  www.eternell.net/album/illuvia

 

 

Chakra WISDOM: Your Anahata Chakra  | The WISDOM podcast | S2  E78

Chakra WISDOM: Your Anahata Chakra | The WISDOM podcast | S2  E78

June 6, 2021

Chakra WISDOM: Your Anahata Chakra

The WISDOM podcast  Season 2  Episode 78

 

Welcome back to this sacred journey into the chakras.

The chakra system originated in India between 1500 and 500 BC – more than four thousand years ago in the ancient literature of the Vedas. Evidence of the chakras, is also found in the Upanishads, the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and perhaps most thoroughly in the sixteenth century by an Indian yogi in a text called the Sat-Chakra-Nirupana.

 

The chakra system was taught orally by the Indo-Eurpoean people (also called the Aryan people). It was traditionally considered an Eastern philosophy until New Age authors, like Anodea Judith and others, resonated with this wisdom and began writing about the chakras.  

 

If you’ve been joining me in this series, I hope that you’ve allowed yourself to explore the wisdom of these ancient energy centers; these spinning sacred wheels of life. They are believed to hold energetic space within us; and which link areas of the body and psyche with associated metaphysical realms.

 

Within each episode in this series, I describe how each chakra affects our psychology, and our emotions and behaviours as human beings. Based on the teachings of this ancient wisdom and the modern day authors who bring this wisdom to life, I share it because it is yet another important way to understand the self; your patterns and behaviours; and how you may help yourself unblock and balance the flow of energy that moves through you. You also begin to draw insights and a helpful perspective from the ancient wisdom of the chakras, including what limiting thoughts and beliefs hold you back from living the full expression of life.

 

Perhaps, most important still, my hope is to give you additional resources and another source of self-healing; for finding and thriving ‘in balance’, and for helping to effect the change you seek – within yourself and of your life.

 

As I share with you the teachings of your fourth chakra, I reference and take direct quotes from Anodea Judith’s book: Eastern Body Western Mind: Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self and the work of Carolyn Myss and her book: Anatomy of the Spirit. The Seven Stages of Power and Healing. I’ll link up their work here in the description; as both are esteemed experts in this field, and these are great reads if you wish to learn more.

 

A chakra is a center of organization that receives, assimilates, and expresses life force energy. Based on their location in the body the chakras have become associated with various states of consciousness, archetypal elements, and philosophical constructs. The lower chakras, for example which are physically closer to the earth, are related to the more practical matters of our lives – survival, movement, action. They are ruled by physical and social law. The upper chakras represent mental realms and work on a symbolic level through words, images, and concepts. Each of the seven chakras from the base of the spine to the crown of the head, represents a major area of human psychological health.

 

Here we dive into your Anahata, your heart center. Since the heart chakra is the middle point in a system of seven centers, balance, together with love and relationship) are the essential principles at this level of integration. This implies both internal balance between various aspects of ourselves (mind and body, persona and shadow, masculine and feminine), as well as between ourselves and the world around us (for example: work and play, giving and receiving, socializing and being alone).

 

It is important to continue to find and live in equilibrium, for without balance within ourselves it is difficult, if not impossible, to achieve healthy and long-lasting love relationships. The basic right of the heart chakra is to love and to be loved.

 

Be sure to take part in the guided meditation that closes out this episode.  It is a beautiful experience in balancing the beautiful sacred energy of this chakra. 🧘‍♀️💜 Namaste!

 

Resources on the Anahata Chakra:

Your Heart Wisdom: A Guided Breath Meditation  [YouTube Video]

Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing - Author: Caroline Myss

Eastern Mind Western Body: Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self - Author: Anodea Judith

The Rainbow Bridge: Seven Steps to Self Healing - Author: Dr. Brenda Davies

What are Chakras?

The Origin of the Chakra System

 

Your Muladhara Chakra [Podcast Episode]  

Your Manipura Chakra [Podcast Episode]

Your Swadhisthana Chakra [Podcast Episode]

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

If you have a question or if you would like my guidance or help, please reach out to me:  dorothy@dorothyratusny.com

 

Find all Episodes of The WISDOM podcast here  

Love in your inbox?  Subscribe to my weekly WISDOM Notes here

Visit me on social media💜 :  Twitter   Instagram

 

More Resources and Love:

* This Is What Therapy Can Do For You [Podcast Episode]

* The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

 

A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternellwww.eternell.net/album/illuvia

 

How Long Have You Waited For Love?  | ‘ask dorothy’  |  A Real Life Client Story  | The WISDOM podcast  S2 E77

How Long Have You Waited For Love? | ‘ask dorothy’ | A Real Life Client Story | The WISDOM podcast S2 E77

June 1, 2021

'ask dorothy'

How Long Have You Waited For Love?| A Real Life Client Story

The WISDOM podcast  Season 2 Episode 77

 

For so many clients it is in that very first session that we chart a course for the journey deep within; a journey that is often overdue; a journey that will help free them from what hurts and trauma has caused them to doubt in their abilities to feel whole and of peace; a journey into healing, love, acceptance, and approval for whatever was not given freely and without conditions; and of which they (sometimes unknowingly), are now ready to give unto themselves.

 

How Long Have You Waited For Love?

 

We are beginning to understand that love must be willingly given to our self; that we cannot thrive in the absence of it; and we do not need to wait for someone to love us; to feel loved.

Love as a feeling and a state of being that is experienced out of living in self-love.

Each one of us is equipped to love; to give love ceaselessly. We are all hard wired for this; to love our self and to love others, and to do this as the love of one human being to another. It may be that we need to practice self-love; to first learn it and to be reminded of the ways that we already do this.

The experience of love directed inward is how we reclaim our power and our wholeness. To direct love inward through words and actions of loving-kindness, is how we walk the planet in perfect oneness; feeling attuned with our ability to feel loved.

The names here have been changed to maintain confidentiality. My client’s story is real.

Sending you great 💜love...

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

If you have a question or if you would like my guidance or help, please reach out to me:  dorothy@dorothyratusny.com

Find all Episodes of The WISDOM podcast here  

Love in your inbox?  Subscribe to my weekly WISDOM Notes here

Visit me on social media💜 :  Twitter   Instagram

 

More Resources and Love:

This Is A Self-Love Movement  [YouTube Video]

* The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

* Self-Love: A Meditation to Heal Your Life  [The Wisdom Archives]

* Do You Let Love In? How to Feel Deserving of Love  [Podcast Episode]

 

A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternell  www.eternell.net/album/illuvia

Accompanying Music: Eternell - Autumn Sky - 'Elevation' + Purl - Stillpoint - 'Melora'

 

 

 

CHAKRA WISDOM: Your Swadhisthana Chakra  | The WISDOM podcast  | S2 E74

CHAKRA WISDOM: Your Swadhisthana Chakra | The WISDOM podcast | S2 E74

May 23, 2021

Chakra WISDOM: Your Swadhisthana Chakra

The WISDOM podcast  Season 2  Episode 74

 

Welcome to this beautiful series and a journey through these sacred centers of wisdom called chakras.

As we dive into the realm of our second chakra, we encounter emotions and sexuality. Where the first chakra centers around survival and structure, the focus here is all about movement, creativity, and flow. The Sacral Chakra or Swadhisthana governs the energy of creativity, pleasure, sex, procreation, control and morality. It also presides over dreams and fantasies.

The second chakra is located in the lower abdomen. The color of this chakra is bright orange. Its glow fills the pelvis, bathing the sexual organs, enlivening our desire and capacity for pleasure.

As I share the sacred wisdom of this Chakra, I lean to a wonderful book titled: The Rainbow Journey: Seven Steps to Self-Healing, Dr. Brenda Davies. Years earlier, I would find a used copy of this book. It was very worn and the spine had let go, and yet I saw it as a ‘sweet’ find and it continues to be a wonderful resource and guide to the chakra system. I’ll leave a link for it in the description.

I purposefully use the word ‘sweet’ as the Sanskrit word Swadhisthana has many translations – ‘the sacred home’, ‘the sweet place’ and ‘the goddess’ favorite standing place” because here at the second chakra it is about allowing pleasure and joy in the many experiences of life.

As I share with you the teachings of this Chakra, I also reference and take direct quotes from Anodea Judith’s book: Eastern Body Western Mind: Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self and I’ll link up her work here for you also, as she is an esteemed expert in the Chakras.

Be sure to take part in the guided meditation that closes out this episode.  It is a beautiful experience in balancing the beautiful sacred energy of this chakra. 🧘‍♀️💜 Namaste!

 

Resources on the Swadhisthana Chakra:

Eastern Mind Western Body: Psychology and the Chakra System as a Path to the Self - Author: Anodea Judith

The Rainbow Bridge: Seven Steps to Self Healing - Author: Dr. Brenda Davies

What are Chakras?

The Origin of the Chakra System

How Do You Balance the Sacral Chakra

The Muladhara Chakra [Podcast Episode]  

 

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

 

If you have a question or if you would like my guidance or help, please reach out to me:  dorothy@dorothyratusny.com

 

Find all Episodes of The WISDOM podcast here  

Love in your inbox?  Subscribe to my weekly WISDOM Notes here

Visit me on social media💜 :  Twitter   Instagram

 

More Resources and Love:

* This Is What Therapy Can Do For You [Podcast Episode]

* The Power of Saying "I'm Sorry" [Podcast Episode]

* The Ultimate Self-Love WISDOM toolkit

 

 

A generous 'thank you' to Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternellwww.eternell.net/album/illuvia

Accompanying Music: Eternell, 'Home' & 'Planes'

The Power of Emotional Connection in Your Love Relationship  | The WISDOM podcast | Season 1 Episode 2

The Power of Emotional Connection in Your Love Relationship | The WISDOM podcast | Season 1 Episode 2

October 6, 2019

 

 

 

The POWER of Emotional Connection In Your Love Relationship

The WISDOM podcast  Season 1  Episode 2

with Dorothy Ratusny

 

TIMESTAMPS:

Two Important 'Takeaways' From This Episode:  2:15  |  The Four Ways to Build Emotional Connection and Intimacy:  3:24 |  The Definition of Emotional Connection:  5:38  |  How Emotional Connection Happens:  6:23  |  One Assumption You Might Have About Love:  10:08 |  The Two Questions to Ask Yourself Which Determine Whether You Have Emotional Connection In Your Love Relationship:  12:04  |  Emotional Connection is Not The Same As Sexual Chemistry:  13:35  |  My Clients' Story - 'Meghan and Danny':  17:46

anatomy of an episode: here's what you will find in this episode of the wisdom podcast

In this episode of The WISDOM podcast, I share with you the four ways that emotional connection and intimacy are built; how to rebuild connection and intimacy; and the real life story of my client Meghan who thought that the connection and intimacy that she felt was mutual, until she got to know her partner Danny, far better. 

 

One of the most important elements in determining the longevity of a mutually loving and healthy relationship is the degree to which both members of a couple feel emotional intimacy and connection. 

 

In this episode, we dive into what is most needed and what holds a love relationship together through life's challenging moments; allowing a couple to feel an intimate and special closeness, the desire to remain faithful and committed to one another, and to continue to learn about each other.  This is a depth of emotional intimacy and connection that is cultivated and sustained throughout the course of the relationship.

 

How You Build Emotional Connection and Intimacy:

  • (1) Authenticity:  be honest and truthful about who you are; be willing to reveal your personality, including your 'likes' and 'dislikes', what you think about and believe in, and the values that you hold.
  • (2) Vulnerability:  Your willingness to reveal personal and intimate aspects of yourself (as you feel safe to do so) that you would not likely share with the rest of the world; admit your faults and wrong doings and be willing to apologize and make things right when you have hurt someone (including your partner).
  • (3) Mutual Respect:  Be willing to uphold and maintain respect and kindness towards your partner even when you both may be in the throws of an argument (because you can destroy so much of the closeness and vulnerability that comes from opening yourself and sharing deeply when you are not respectful nor kind; or if you are at times - purposefully hurtful or vindictive).
  • (4) Unconditional Love:  be love; purely, completely, and without conditions or expectations.

 

"Emotional connection in a love relationship is built on the intimate sharing of who you are, the personal details of your life (past and present), your future dreams and aspirations and who you still desire to be.  Connection and intimacy is cultivated out of your discerned liking (and love) of someone, your genuine interest and desire to learn and know more about the other person and to willingly reveal your whole self - with complete honesty and openness."    - dorothy ratusny

 

"One critical element required by both members of a couple when building emotional connection is complete honesty."

- dorothy ratusny

It is in being vulnerable and wholly honest with yourself first, that allows you to become more aware of what you may be in denial or avoidance of.  The deepest aspects of your self that you are able to reveal to your partner are often the aspects that need to be healed from your past.

 

In the early stages of dating, when you like someone and want to appear favourable in their eyes, it is natural that you want to show them the parts of your self that you want them to see.

 

The (deeper) emotional connection that you establish is built on your mutual ability to be vulnerable, to reveal all of your self even in moments when you are not at your best; and to consistently offer unconditional love, respect and kindness to your partner.

You must speak up if their behaviour is undesirable or unkind but you can do so with love, respectfully.  This allows you to feel safe; to be secure in the commitment of your relationship; and to strengthen your belief in your worthiness of being loved.

 

"Emotional connection is established and deepened by your ability to trust in another wholeheartedly and to feel safe and secure that you will be accepted unconditionally and not judged for who you are." 

- dorothy ratusny

 

"Our emotions serve as a strong indicator and a launching point for all of the choices we make since we are most influenced by how we feel.  The more information we acquire about someone that is pleasing to us (for example, as they present to us as sharing similar values, beliefs and life goals), the more appealing we find them as a potential life mate, and the greater our desire and attraction towards them."

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"Emotional connection and support is expressed most readily through loving words, understanding, patience and thoughtfulness."

 

 

And a loving end note: Regardless of how long you have been in relationship with someone, the emotional connection must continue to be nurtured and coveted as sacred.  Sexual intimacy and physical affection can definitely help to keep an emotional connection strong; but it is also important that a couple be intimate in their sharing of thoughts and feelings; in working together on their life plans and goals; and in who each is becoming.

  

 

Click here to download Relationship Rx:

A journal writing exercise for reflection and re-connection 

A special thanks to my Audio Engineer, P. Kirpikau  radioplato

Podcast Theme Music: 'Aura' from the Album, Illuvia by Eternell  www.eternell.net/album/illuvia

Accompanying Music:  'To See' by Ludvig Cimbrelius

 

 

Sharing the wisdom and beauty of divine love with you...

Namaste!

love, dorothy

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