FALLING IN LOVE WITH LOVE.
If we choose to solely focus upon that which we feel for another.
The feelings that arise when we think, contact or relate to another.
We are falling in love with a temporary state or an illusion as such.
For we aren’t our feelings they are reactions.
That which we see in another is a mirror of us so our feelings, from my perception stem from our relationship with self.
When we can connect with another and feel that flow, we feel understood and this feels good.
We can see ourselves in them and this can create a bleed through if we aren’t aware that we aren’t our feelings and what we feel isn’t them or the basis of the “relationship.”
We are falling in or out of love with parts of self in that moment in the mirrored other.
Until we accept ourself fully in our vast array of colours, waves, perfections, imperfections and states, we can run the risk of the push and pull dynamic, dependency, rejection, conditions and attachments in a relationship.
Two halves merges into a whole.
Two wholes intertwine and rise.
Seeing someone in their wholeness, all colours, all flavours, with no attachment to who they are or should be allows for us the see the genuine other in their truth at each given moment.
I see you.
I hear you.
I feel you.
We are love, it’s not something that is found or fought for.
It’s our natural state.
In laughter and pain.
Love doesn’t waver.
It just is.