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Should I Continue My Relationship With My Current Partner?

This post answers questions for The Council from a reader named, Lee, who has a follow up question on our post, Why Do I Feel So Drawn To This Man? that we published last month in response to Lee’s earlier questions.

Lee: I feel drawn to a man I recently started dating. The relationship is moving very fast and we’re even talking about marriage.

Council: Is this what you want? It’s all up to you. You can take the relationship and have it move slowly or quickly, but you have to decide if you’re comfortable with it moving quickly.

Lee: I feel very connected and comfortable with this man. It’s as if I’ve known him forever.

Council: How wonderful. You recognize the spirit within this person that you’ve known in other lifetimes. You both agreed in spirit that this person would come into your life. What is it that you want? Where do you see this relationship going?

Lee: I feel very connected to him spiritually, physically, and emotionally, but he comes with a lot of failed relationships and baggage. I’m afraid I may be ignoring red flags and making a mistake.

Council: It’s good to recognize there are red flags. There’s always a problem when you’re getting signs, but you ignore them. By taking your time with this relationship you can see more and more what this person is truly like. There’s no reason to rush. If this relationship is something you both want, you’ll both feel the trust and the love in it to make the relationship happen.

Lee: I’m a recent widow and I feel guilty. I wonder if I’m just vulnerable and lonely, and the relationship isn’t real.

Council: Of course you’re vulnerable and lonely. That’s part of the human condition when we love someone and lose them. There’s no reason to feel guilty. It’s perfectly fine to move on and have another relationship if that’s what you want. But again we tell you, it would be wise to slow this relationship down. If it’s real and something you both want, time won’t change it. You can work towards it.

Lee: I’m also worried about my son’s reaction to the relationship.

Council: This is another reason to take your time. Because this relationship is new, it’s up to you to take a good look at it, see how you feel, check out the red flags, and take time to see what this person is really like before you involve your son. We feel you know that rushing into this relationship isn’t wise. If you do rush into it, you’ll be faced with challenges more quickly than if you take your time.

You might not know the direction to go if you rush. You’ll get exactly where you need to be. Be in the relationship. Experience the good and the bad, and see what it is that you want.

Lee: Should I continue with this relationship or is it infatuation?

Council: Of course it’s infatuation. Should you continue with this relationship? It’s totally up to you. And that’s why we say: Be in it. See what this relationship is. Don’t rush it. Experience this person and see what baggage he has. Why were there failed relationships? All of this will give you clues about what you want to do.

Bob: You say that it’s infatuation, but it sounds like you may not be ascribing a negative connotation to the word.

Council: In infatutuation, people are taken with someone else. They feel so in love and so happy, and that could be the feeling now. But in time you’ll learn about this other person. You’ll learn about yourself and how you handle another person if you see a lot of characteristics you don’t like. It’s good to give the relationship time. It’s something you want to learn from, and that’s why the relationship was created the way it was.

Bob: Earlier in the session you said Lee and her partner have relationships from past lives.

Council: Yes, there were a few connections. We see the coming together now is something they planned in spirit because they worked together in other lifetimes. But there’s no particular lifetime that’s tied into their current life where they need to learn something, complete something, or heal something. It’s just two spirits that like working together.

Listen to the entire 6-minute audio recording (apologies for the sound quality) of our session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for Lee and the rest of us, and let us know what you feel about it. You can ask The Council your own question by typing it into a Comment box that appears at the bottom of most of our blog pages.

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April 9, 2022 Posted by | Agreement, Audio Content, Channeling, Other Lifetimes, Pre-Incarnation Planning, Questions & Answers, Relationships, Spirit | , , , , , | Leave a comment

Should I Hope To Be Contacted By This Guy?

This post answers questions for The Council from a reader named, T. Franks, who asks about love and finding their soulmate. She says, I’m in my mid-20s and dreamed of finding my Prince Charming since I was a little girl. I’ve learned so many lessons in this lifetime and I’ve found unconditional love with members of my family with whom I’d previously not gotten along. I’ve dated a number of men, but we never shared that soul connection and I’ve never been in love. I want to experience the feeling of being in love with someone who is my soulmate.

The Council says when you date someone, whether your expectations are very high or it’s just a few dates, that is a soul connection. It’s two souls that have come together, whether for a short time or a long time. It’s a good idea to look at each of these relationships and find what’s good in each one of them. How did it make you feel? Being grateful for what you like you can create more and more love.

T. Franks says, recently my mother connected with someone who has a son my age who lives near me and he seems perfect on paper. It’s over a week and I’ve still not heard from him. I understand things are crazy with COVID, but I wonder if I should hold out hope or if the son won’t be contacting me and I should just move on.

The Council feels your thoughts about love and other people stepping in to help you make a connection are a little desperate. It’s like you think who’s going to step in and help you find true love. Be at ease with yourself. When you want something, ask for it, look for it, and you practice knowing this thing is coming to you. It will come easier than if you think you want to find your soul connection and have a parent’s friend step in. We understand these people are trying to be helpful, but the vibration is the wrong vibration to bring to you what you want.

The Council says looking at what was pre-planned before coming into this reality, this man also has different needs that he wants to be met. It’s a way where you can come together. We don’t see this relationship lasting a long time, but it’s just to bring in the vibration of having someone to speak with and to join with for a while. We see you pre-planned in spirit to be transitions for each other.

You planned to stimulate within each other what you’d call the vibration of true love or true romance by just being friends. We don’t see this relationship as one you have planned for the long term. It was just for you two to come in and sort of push each other through something by having a connection and wanting more. We don’t see this man as your Prince Charming.

T. Franks says dating is really difficult these days because I don’t participate in the hookup culture and online dating apps. I don’t want to be 40 years old when I finally find my Prince Charming.

To this, The Council asks why not? When you create true love you create it on your own terms. It doesn’t matter if you’re 15, 20, 30, 40, or 70. When you finally find the person you’re able to have a love relationship with, what does it matter how old you are? This is what you need to look at. You need to feel grateful that love is there for you. Sooner or later, as you keep positive thoughts about this love, you will have it. Would you rather not have true love at 40 and not have it at all. Or have it at 40 and go through the rest of your reality with it?

The Council advises T. Franks to appreciate the love she has with her family. Appreciate anything you can build on with this man you’re hoping to meet. Look around yourself to friends and anyone you feel a comfortable and supportive relationship with. As you appreciate that and ask for more, it will come.

There is a long term relationship that you pre-planned in spirit. We don’t want to give it away because your homework is to just appreciate the love you have around you from family, from co-workers, from friends, wherever you feel it. Even if you have a pet that you show love to and feel it back. Appreciate that. Appreciation will bring you what you want.

Listen to the entire 7-minute audio recording of our session with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for T. Franks and the rest of us and let us know what you feel about it, or ask The Council your own question.

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January 27, 2021 Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Love, Pre-Incarnation Planning, Questions & Answers, Relationships, Spirit | , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments


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