Discerning whether or not your boyfriend loves you is a tricky thing, mainly because love is an abstract concept and there are typically many definitions of what love means to us.
There is unconditional love, platonic love, romantic love and so much more. Understanding whether not your boyfriend loves you starts with how he makes you feel. Sometimes, we can love people but we don’t necessarily know what it means to love ourselves. When we think about our spiritual relationship with love we have forgotten that love is not just something you develop but also feel. Sometimes, we can make mistakes in love and this causes us to hurt, to feel damaged and broken.
However, if you’re loving this is what the spiritual relationship should look like:
The spiritual relationship
The spiritual relationship can give space for others to grow
The spiritual relationship does not seek to cling
The spiritual relationship love through infinity, time and space
The spiritual relationship is always grateful, always happy for others successes
The spiritual relationship is two children who grow up side by side
The spiritual relationship does not expect or complain
The spiritual relationship can cause deep pain and suffering
The spiritual relationship is a mirror of our darkness
The spiritual relationship seeks to heal
The spiritual relationship will challenge you and make you grow
We cannot identify with others until we have identified wholly with ourselves. The soul knows no bounds to the infinity of the nature of our own internal beauty. Love is intelligent and aware; it knows you better than you can seek to know yourself.
The Path to Love – Deepak Chopra
Proving loves existence is as simple as believing in the power of grace. Unifying our spirit with love will bring joy and peace beyond our wildest dreams. Giving up on our personal sagas and relinquishing fear for the potential of love is what everyone deserves.
Love is meant to heal
Love is meant to renew
Love is meant to make us safe
Love is meant to inspire us with its power
Love is meant to make us certain, without doubt
Love is meant to oust all fear
Love is meant to unveil immortality
Love is meant to bring peace
Love is meant to harmonize differences
Love is meant to bring us closer to God