For whom are these cards designed? They’re designed for those of us who are interested in building a strong foundation for our relationships. This generally requires an understanding of basic relationship dynamics, and the typical challenges and opportunities that are presented in virtually all the important relationships in our lives.
How to use these cards:
Ask yourself, “What’s the most important issue for me to deal with in my relationship today (or this week, this month)?”
Click on a card and read the description of the theme.
Trust that the message is perfect for you at this time (there are no accidents!).
Take a few minutes to do the exercise. Some of them will require pen and paper, while others can be done in your mind. The exercises are most effective when completed in a relaxed environment, where you have sufficient time to give them your full attention.
Return to this site tomorrow (or next week, next month) and pick another lesson. The cards are shuffled after each pick, so you will likely get a different card. But if you get the same card twice in a row, you may want to more seriously consider the importance of the message.
It is suggested that you only pick one card a day in order to fully digest the information and effects of the exercise.
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Reload the page to re-arrange the cards and choose a new random theme.
In life, pain is a given, while suffering is an option.
If you knew the power you carry within you as you walk on this path of life, fear would be impossible.
In solitude, the spirit can be known; in solitude the voice of the heart can be heard.
This too shall pass – Sufi adage
Nothing happens in life that is beyond your ability to respond to it, because there is nothing beyond you.
A battery with only one pole doesn’t work. A person who views life from only one perspective – whether it’s positive or negative – is blind.
Love doesn’t play favourites
All interpersonal conflicts are sustained by the need to be right.
The value of your partner is easy to underestimate, but impossible to overestimate.