Issues in relationships will start to manifest because of insecurities and self-doubt. It’s oftentimes due too negative and toxic emotions. This will lead to one or both partners becoming untrusting and defensive. Without healing the issues and being mindful of them, problems happen. We are unable to experience truly deep and beautiful relationships.
The most important thing in life is our relationships. The experience that comes from honest and loving relationships is really why we are here. Left untreated, toxic emotions can eat away at our core. And destroy any chances we have of cultivating truly empowering relationships.
Toxic emotions and blocks will turn into destructive habits. They will eventually turn into deep feelings of unworthiness. Mindfulness can change it all for the better. Even if a person is shut down, mindfulness works. People who are insecure and controlling can benefit too. With enough practice and healing, they can change.
Mindfulness meditations have been proven to change the physical structure of the brain. With the right type of work, we can open ourselves up experiencing the richness of life. As we become more mindful of our patterns, we can experience different ways of taking on relationship challenges. Our thought processes will begin to change. Even insecurities and fears of abandonment will be dissolved.
How Mindfulness Can Help to Strengthen Relationships
Through the healing process and a deeper understanding of ourselves, we can begin to experience deep and profound relationships. In time, we can experience a greater sense of connection and closeness than ever before. We will become more accepting of ourselves, and, in turn, of the people who come into our lives.
The journey of mindfulness and healthy relationships always start with oneself. Mindfulness meditations can release you from paralyzing fears of all shapes and sizes. Our hearts will eventually open up to deeper experience of love and compassion.
Mindfulness meditation, focused on relationships, starts with your acceptance of the fact that what you bring into a relationship is what you’ll get. Also being aware that your judgement of a situation isn’t entirely true. Each of us has a specific model of the world that is constructed of our past experiences, internal belief and oftentimes, false perceptual filters.
Mindfulness in Relationships
If you admit to yourself that what you see, is not always what you get… You can begin to look at challenges within your relationships in a different light. Being mindful of your thoughts and recognizing a deeper intuition will change everything for you.
You can begin with meditation, practice centering yourself prior to focusing on a problem. It can be difficult at times of deep emotional pain. But if you practice enough, you can start to develop the self-control needed for practicing mindfulness meditations. You can then carry that control into your relationships to avoid toxic arguments and EGO-based defense mechanisms.
I always say, be mindful you’re talking to a soul with a body. When you can begin speaking to the higher self of a person, then things will start to change. Of course we are human, but mindfulness of these facts can allow us each to bring a different, healthy element to our relationships.