Love is a function of communication and self-expression. It has to do with how you listen. Are you an active and attentive listener? What is it like to speak to someone who doesn't listen? Do you spend time getting into the other person's world? We don't spend time out here in reality with other people because we're focused on our internal dialogue or story. Do your relationships happen in what isn't being said?
My take-away from Landmark Forum on Wednesday 2/22: Listen for the Gold is confirmed by an email from The Art of Love -
- Listen like they are the most important person in the world to you.
- Listen so they feel totally seen and heard.
- Listen for and from love.
- Listen like it matters.
- Listen like it will save my life.
- Listen like a lover on a first date.
- Listen without an agenda.
We discover each other in language. Love is something that's expressed in words and actions. Practice listening more to other people. I intend to focus on loving, accepting and understanding my parents without expecting anything in return because I want a better relationship with them. What do you intend to do with your loved ones?
Adapted from Free Special Evening at Landmark - Coaching. Thanks Karen Lee, Capture Your Dreams Coaching and Landmark Forum! http://www.landmarkeducation.com
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