I really like the book title, though I haven’t read the book – It’s called a break up because it’s broken. It’s catchy, very simple and true.
I’m not going to write a whole load about my relationship ending because it’s worth so much more than a blog post and every time I try and write something honest and true I just can’t seem to put the words together. As a writer and journaler this is frustrating but I know at some point they will come.
The bottom line is: we were together almost 10 years. He was my rock. He taught me many great lessons. Encouraged me with my creative expressions. He was the light of my life. Things got negative and I left to shine my own light. We are going to remain good friends (with my track record this is incredible) and he has kindly been hard at work developing themes to allow me to have a blogging space because he said he would.
The book The Vortex by Esther and Jerry Hicks has a brilliant set of vowes that I thought I would be reading them in a marriage ceremony, however it’s now I realise they can be read over anytime at all. As Esther encourages us to tend to the relationship that matters most of all – between you and You (true self).
‘Hello, friend. We are here as co-creators. And it is my expectation as we move forward in this marriage (or in this relationship) that both of us find ourselves satisfied in every way that is possible. It is my desire to discover who I am and who you are. But most important to me is that I be happy so that I may inspire happiness in you.
I do not take your life as my responsibility. And I am looking forward to a very good time here. I am anticipating that as we move forward in this life together, we will have the ultimate of positive experiences – because that is what I intend to look for. As long as we are having a good time, let us stay together. And if we should stop having a good time, let us separate – either in thought or physicalness – until negative do us part.’ – Abraham Hicks