There are so many poems, stories, songs and quotes about love.  All aspects of love. Falling in it, falling out of it, getting stranded in it, not believing in it, believing too much in it, being betrayed by it, spiritual love, physical love, plutonic love and on and on.  Phew! Far too much to study and research, don't you think?

 

People claim to know the remedies for brokenness, the behaviors toward longevity and forgiveness, steps toward completion and on and on and on and on...

 

Why can't it be that we relinquish the repercussions of love to the universe, to God, to energy? Why must we figure out why we get jealous, or why we were left, or why someone fell madly in love with us, or why we fell in love in the first place?

 

Why do we keep trying to put a philosophical or scientific spin on a phenomenon that no one in the history of creation has been adequately described or explain?

 

Isn't it ok just to be sad, or confused or hurt or curious without worrying if it’s appropriate?  Maybe if the world stopped putting labels and constrictions on that which should be something gained only by personal emotion and experience, we would all stop trying to get it right.  Maybe there is no "right". I'm not talking about happiness, I'm talking about the concept of love. People are certainly happy in love, and they got it "right" with and for each other.  They’ve gone through trials and tribulations and are in a good match. But maybe the inconsistency is what makes it right. Maybe what love is trying to teach us is that there is no formula, no right time or place or person. As long as we aren’t hurting anyone, maybe we should simply let it be and trust it will work with us and for us and not against us and that it is in the unknowing and personal experience that we gain a glimpse of what it is truly like on the other side. Vast and expansive, encompassing and beautiful, without form and completely...indescribable.

Cori is a mystic, teacher, spiritualist, reader, featured writer, graduate student and as many say a healer. At 18 years of age and again at 33 years of age, an awakening occurred that lead to an enhancement of both her intuitive abilities and her understanding of her purposeful path. She offers services both privately and publicly and has read for people throughout the United States and Canada, and continues to increase her global following. 

Find her on www.keen.com, www.eclient.com, Facebook as Cori Savenelli, Mystic and Spiritualist

 

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