How To Release Yourself From Relationship Bondage

Isn’t it amazing that you spend 4-6 years in high school learning about things like history and geography and spend almost no time learning about relationships? What is more important for living life? And, at home did you sit down with your parents and discuss their relationship experiences and insights? In my case it was kind of taboo, you just didn’t talk about things like that.

When my parents divorced, I was eighteen years old at the time, they hardly told me anything and when I sat down with my mother she only blamed my father for everything that happened without acknowledging her own role in things; still today, 30 years later.

My own marriage also ended in a divorce, but in a completely different way, which I briefly described in Using Rituals To Energetically Disconnect From Relationships. And, I made sure that I shared as much of my insights and experiences as possible with my children; not to tell them exactly how to do things, but to give them a broader perspective and understanding of relationships and the choices you have.

One of the things I personally struggled with for many years in my marriage was this feeling of bondage, the feeling of being limited in my freedom. My wife would dismiss this as a typical Sagittarius thing and leave it that, but for me it was the source of constant imbalance and emotion, which I couldn’t handle very well and therefore it continued to create problems between us on a regular basis.

What about you? Let’s take a moment here. Do you feel limited in your relationship? And, if you do, what have you tried to change it? Arguing and discussing like I did (without too much success)?

I wish at that time I could have listened to the following, compassionate channel (7:26) with Abraham.

Questions you may want to reflect on

How do you feel after listening to this channel? Did the information resonate or did you feel resistance? Can you take responsibility for how you feel in your relationship without blaming your partner?

It took me many years to realize what Abraham is telling here, let alone act on it. But, once I realized that I always have a choice and that the only one who is responsible for how I feel is me, this really helped me to set things in motion and release myself from the “bondage” I previously felt in my relationship. As always, this is not a matter of being right or wrong but to be fully aware of your beliefs, your feelings and to open yourself to new insights and ideas.

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