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Intentional Awareness

This page is intended to offer awareness of habitual behaviors expressed in interelational dynamics, come to deeper awareness of oneself, and provide psychoeducational resources for those seeking it. 

Attachment theory reveals why and how we act in certain reactive, distancing, and secure patterns in our most intimate relationships. Understanding these patterns and attributes in yourself may be a valuable awareness in the journey to modifying relational dynamics.

A communication style is the way in which an individual communicates with others and each expression is unique and may be influenced by a variety of factors, such as personality, culture, and upbringing. Some common communication styles include assertive, passive, and aggressive. An assertive communication style is characterized by being direct and expressing one's thoughts and feelings in a clear and respectful approach. A passive communication style is characterized by avoiding conflict and expressing one's thoughts and feelings in a way that is indirect or non-confrontational. An aggressive communication style is characterized by expressing one's thoughts and feelings in a way that is dominating and dismissive of others.

The five love languages are a concept developed by Gary Chapman in his book "The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts." The five love languages refer to the different ways in which people express and experience love. According to Chapman, the five love languages are:

  1. Words of Affirmation: expressing love through words, such as compliments, kind words, and words of appreciation

  2. Acts of Service: expressing love through actions, such as helping with household chores, running errands, and taking care of responsibilities

  3. Receiving Gifts: expressing love through giving gifts, such as small tokens of affection, surprises, and thoughtful presents

  4. Quality Time: expressing love through spending time together, such as having conversations, engaging in activities, and simply being present with each other

  5. Physical Touch: expressing love through physical contact, such as holding hands, hugging, and kissing.

Each person has their own unique way of expressing and experiencing love, and understanding each other's love language can help couples to improve their communication and strengthen their relationship.

This is a meditation for couples to simply connect with their partner in a safe and intimate space. This Tantric meditation includes affirmations meant to weave the two of you together. This meditation is simply a guide that helps you connect with your partner in a genuine way.

Guided Tantra Meditation

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