The slogans of “Being Real”, “Being You” buzz around us more often these days. With a few quotes tweeted, some posts shared and by becoming part of the forums of our choice – we think we are portraying our REAL selves. Honestly, being REAL (yes, the REAL in caps) ain’t that easy in a world filled with “mirages of…
Brain coupling is like a magic moment when you feel understood heard received by another person. You let your guard down and have an embodied felt connection with another. This is a “moment” of loving connectedness.
So, sorry, opposites don’t attract unless we are talking about magnets. Or let me put it in a more milder tone – in human relationships opposites tend to attract and these tend to be our short term crushes. When it’s about love for life, like-minded partners work better.
In an era where “convenience” reigns – expecting a handwritten note is pure indulgence. The extravagance of someone’s undivided attention is indeed a luxury. Each time you read its the joy of traversing through the person’s thoughts as he or she wrote –while the ink smudged, some words struck and the little doodles here and there.
Although soulmates waltz into our lives with such a swing that matches our rhythm in every step, taking our breath away, they are not always the knight in a shining armor or the darling dainty damsel we always think they are. They can be that but they are also the villains who wreak havoc in our otherwise normal lives.
” By engaging in meaningful conversations, we manage to impose meaning on an otherwise pretty chaotic world. And interpersonally, as you find this meaning, you bond with your interactive partner.” – Dr Matthias Mehl