When it comes to relationship trust, and understanding the portal to love, we have to recognize that our ability to transform our relationships and reach the level of consciousness to experience true love rests entirely on trust. This becomes obvious the more you understand the different levels of consciousness and how the process of cause and effect works when it comes to “others.”
From the viewpoint of the Relaxed Relationship Compass, the level of trust is the first plane of truth and the level whereby a person steps into their own power. It is on this plane we begin releasing the past to allow for the winds of change.
Are you waiting for that one special person to come along who deserves your trust?
Establishing Relationship Trust has Nothing to Do with Another and/or Their Integrity
Most of us clearly know when we have an issue with trust. In addition, we can easily recall the memory which produced such a deep wound. More than likely this old wound is a result of someone betraying our trust in a romantic relationship. Furthermore, according to our recent survey,
I’ve taken the liberty to re-write some of our survey responses in a way in which we can see how trust plays a significant role in almost every facet of our relationships. Here are a few examples:
“If I’m ready for a committed relationship how can I trust I’m attracting others who are also ready to commit?”
“I have a lot of relationship experience. I know that women want me just to listen and always be there for them, but how can I trust the rules won’t change when I give her everything she wants, but then she decides she doesn’t want me?”
“If I don’t know how to read all the creative smoke signals sent by women, how can I trust that if I commit she will even want me?”
“How do I trust letting down the protective walls so I can have fulfilling experiences regardless of the outcome.”
“Can I trust I am going down a healthy path and yet be detached from an outcome?”
“How can I trust I’m finding compatible partners?“
“I want to trust. We are heading in the same direction and not wasting time, but how do I know for sure?”
“How can I trust we can work through conflict in a healthy manner? I want to create a deeper level of intimacy and not build walls.”
“I don’t know how to meet people. It seems like online dating is the logical answer, but I don’t feel like I am attractive or young enough to be online as youthfulness and good looks drive our society. How can I trust a system or process that seems to be stacked against me?”
“I’ve worked hard to have what I have in life: financial stability, secure retirement. How can I trust I’m attracting others who have at least equal to what I bring to the table? I don’t want to settle!”
Often we don’t clearly see that having courage in life directly correlates to the amount of trust we have in ourselves. It makes sense that our primary issue in navigating current and future relationships is trust, but at some point to create the change we have to take a leap of faith and practice being in a Relaxed Relationship.