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“Sacred geometries are the foundations of transmitting higher frequencies of energy and awareness, from soul to soul, and across the Universe.  Though usually “unseen” from a 3D physical perspective, they are the creative and, quite literally, en-lightening structures of soul awakening, ascension, and healing.” (From this website)

I recently received an intuitive message that I should begin to work with sacred geometry to manifest my vision. I don’t know a lot about it, but I am excited to learn more. If you happen to have any information, websites, book recommendations, etc. please let me know!flower-of-life-916476_1920


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Last night I was watching Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday which I had recorded. She featured Gary Zukav, author of Seat of the Soul, and his wife Linda Francis. They were discussing Zukav’s most recent book Spiritual Partnership: The Journey to Authentic Power. Their insights into the dynamic of a spiritual partnership versus marriage were fascinating to me. Zukav noted that many marriages are not spiritual partnerships because each partner does not work on their individual spiritual growth consciously and then bring this growth to the marriage. Marriage partners often bury feelings or shut each other out rather than try to help the other grow spiritually. A partner will react fearfully when the other is unkind or seems to have lost their way.

Spiritual partnership, they said, is the hardest relationship you can have with someone else, but also the most rewarding. It forces you to face yourself and brings out the parts of you that would rather remain hidden. Spiritual partners take risks all of the time by saying what is real and what is in their hearts even if it means lovingly confronting their partner. Your spiritual partner also does not have to be your spouse, it can be anyone with whom you have this type of relationship.

Do you consider your significant other to be your spiritual partner? In what ways has he or she helped you grow? My fiance and I watched this programming together last night, and we agreed on many counts, but we also decided to take our partnership one step further. We both struggle with making decisions and acting from a place of fear, rather than love. We agreed that we would hold each other accountable for these decisions, and be conscious enough to alert each other when it seems that words or actions are reactions to fear. Labeling our relationship as a spiritual partnership has actually helped us clarify our intentions for our relationship and brought us closer.

For more information about spiritual partnership visit Spiritual Partnership Guidelines at Oprah.com

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