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Love without attachments

In life's journey, we often find ourselves falling in love with people and things that bring us happiness, fulfillment, and a sense of purpose. This love can be an extraordinary experience, but as time passes, we may develop a sense of attachment to these objects or individuals, much like a jellyfish clinging to its prey. Consequently, we begin to believe that our existence would be unmanageable without these possessions or individuals, and as a result, anxiety starts to emerge.This attachment can cloud our minds and dampen the joy and connection we once felt.

The ego becomes anxious and fearful when it forms attachments, especially to people. We may worry about not receiving calls, not spending enough time together, or having mismatched love languages. The ego also tends to create imaginary scenarios where we lose what we hold dear, causing us to worry about things that we don't know real. Similarly, when attached to objects or money, we might experience anxiety about losing or giving them away. Our initial happiness begins to fade as we shift into a defensive mode, tightly clinging to the object of our attachment to prevent its loss. This fear-driven behavior not only causes us to suffer but also stems from the distress generated by the mere possibility of losing what we hold dear.

However, it's essential to remember that there's nothing we can receive that we don't already have. To receive something, we need to already have it inside of us. We are the generators of both our beautiful and difficult emotions, and the power lies within us, not the external objects we attach ourselves to. When we form attachments, we give our power away, mistakenly believing that we cannot exist independently and that we need something external to make our lives complete.

While these objects and people might reflect the joy, beauty, and love that we already possess, they are not the sources of these emotions. They simply serve as reminders of who we really are. To let go of attachments is not to abandon relationships or disengage from the things we love. Rather, it is about acknowledging our power and understanding that we are the ones generating our feelings.

When you see the other as complete, as a mirror, you are recognizing yourself as complete so then you can unify in your wholeness.

One way to embrace unattached love is to enjoy our experiences, much like how we enjoy a sunset. We can observe it, live it, and fully appreciate its beauty. Then, when the time comes, we can let it go and still feel happy because we have experienced such beauty. This approach allows us to love more freely and authentically.

By loving without attachments, we can experience a purer form of love that sets us free. This freedom liberates us from neediness, fear, and insecurity, allowing us to experience real love for others and also for ourselves.

In conclusion, unattached love is a practice that can transform our lives, relationships, and experiences. By recognizing our inherent power and understanding that we are the true source of our emotions, we can love more freely and authentically. This unattached love will bring a sense of freedom, deepening our connections with ourselves and others, and enriching our lives in unimaginable ways.

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02 kwi 2023

Thank you so much, I really needed to hear this message ❤️

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