Spring-time. Sunshine, happiness, movement. Fresh beginnings, like new buds shooting through the soul. (auto-correct, “soul” was to be soil. Did it twice. Perfect, right?) Cupid and Pan’s love arrows shooting through our hearts, our souls. How does falling-in-love with your partner again, sound? Very spring-like-exciting. Romantic. Falling-in-love, period? Falling-in-love with life? Have you thought about it? Maybe it’s time for a romance-reboot!
What I’ve learned, when I decide to really focus on whatever my goals are, my desires, in this case, LOVE, they begin to take form, shape and happen like magic before my eyes. I have also learned to recognize where my desires are incongruous with old, tightly-held, beliefs from various experiences over the course of my life, which can create the opposite ineffectual results. And therein lies the disconnect between our desires and hopeful outcomes – the inconsistencies inside ourselves. The important life-changing recipe is seeing, acknowledging and feeling where the emotional obsolescent rubbish is buried and what it has to teach us. Not always a fun prospect when it’s incredibly revealing.
I’ll offer an example. I’m writing, focusing on all these great, wonderful, awesome, loving things I desire in my relationship, when I had this “aha,” realization, this very loud, “oh shit” moment. I’ve always desired to be loved and valued for who I am, as I am, whether I was twenty something or now decades later. My kick-my-butt-across-the-room reality check was, “but I don’t always love them for who they are, wanting to “improve” them on some level, fix their ailments, heal their sorrows.” Holy Hello! To have that reflected back to me, I have to embody it. This is honestly a challenge for me as the healer, the intuitive, always seeing the bigger picture. My lesson is to step back, be that, do that, love them with all their weirdness, (as if I’m normal) their silly childlike behaviors, quirks and glitches and lack of decorum. Arrggg. But it’s universal law, so I’d better get over myself really quickly.
To have the relationships we desire we have to be All we want in someone else, to be their incredible mirror. Now this doesn’t mean you have to be an accountant if you’re an artist. No, this is about those inner values we hold near and dear that we want – desire – deeply in our lives. We have to see and do and feel and act and BELIEVE the same way we desire to be treated and loved.
That’s why, when people ask me, are they ever going to meet “that” partner, it’s a wake-up call to themselves to look within, to see what needs spring-cleaning, removed and improved. Old emotional broken-down antiques. Interior junk respectively.
If you’re ready for some kick-ass revitalization, a “Springtime Romance-with-Love-and-Life-Reboot” and need assistance clearing out the schmutz, perhaps it’s time for that spring appointment.
Utilize spring cleaning as a great metaphor for emotional laundering and clarifying. It feels great both inside and out. I send you the best cleaning detergents, gloves, brooms, dust-busters and garbage bags to collect the emotional debris.
Cosmic romantic sunshine.
Upcoming classes and workshops:
‘Making the Practical, Magical”
Karma Yoga, Clackamas
Blooming with the Boomers
“Empower You: How to Wear Your Crown and not Trip”
“High Octane Zen Amplified”
Swift Reservoir Washington
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Swift Reservoir Washington
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(For those who received this as a news letter – apologies. I’m in the final throws of book editing and am in screen-time overload. Happy spring. ❤️)
Candia Sanders is an international medical intuitive, high-frequency energy healer, motivator, speaker, teacher, author, the ultimate optimist, and outdoor enthusiast, who has helped thousands of people ease their medical issues, navigate important relationships and find their soul’s purpose and life direction.Candia is the author of the transcendent book, “Soul Rays: Discover the Vibratory Frequency of Your Soul“. She has also written a lively magical and spiritual children’s adventure called “The Adventures of Jack Starr, In Hawaii.” “When Eagles Soar: From Diagnosis, to Death and to Open Dialogue” is her story through cancer and beyond with her husband who died in 2016. Her goal is to create a new conversation about Death.
Upcoming books: “I Don’t Know, It’s a Mystery: 11 Prompts to Awaken Your Cosmic Connection” ”The Four R’s: Rules to Navigate Life’s Big Questions,” “Head Off, Heart On: Salacious Delights and Tantalizing Treats for Happy Relationships”