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Mooji reflects on relationships and why so many people in the West feel the need to move from relationship to relationship, yet never feel fulfilled. He, like many of the writers and speakers I enjoy these days, also talks about coming to a relationship rooted in your own being, not depending on another person to complete you or to meet your emotional needs for you to be happy.

This moving from codependent relationships to a newer, fresher, more independent .. yet deeper .. relationship model really speaks to me and is, I believe the way forward for truly free, loving relationships in the New Paradigm.

Enjoy the video and let me know your thoughts by leaving your comments below.

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  1. Awesome video Natalie.

    I’ve been pondering / wrestling / juggling this issue in the past week with regards to my own relationships. It’s pretty much exactly what i needed to hear – and jumps forward to conclusions i was walking towards! Thanks!

    Anthony.

    • Natalie Chalmers says:

      You’re so welcome! ๐Ÿ™‚ I loved this video .. he said much of what I have come to feel is the evolution of relationships and I love his style of saying it.

  2. i heart this – ‘a relationship that is only running on habit is a dead one’ – yes!

    habits we ignore and take for granted and often come to want to escape in a way

    ‘you must rest inside ur own being’ – and from there we gather our strength and peace – enough that we can then share of ourselves in relationships in a way we can’t when we are dependent on others for our strength and peace.

    love has to grow – i so love this – it feels like a warm blanket of Truth wrapping itself around my tattered heart this evening when i am in pain and weary and fretting over life <3

    thank you for sharing this Natalie – this purpose is new to me and i am excited to learn more about him!

    • Natalie Chalmers says:

      He has some really great videos out on every subject. I’ll also be sharing a whole lot more videos about freedom in relationships from other speakers that inspire me – maybe I’ll make my own too .. in time.

      Remember to sign up for the RSS feed or in the box at the top right to stay up-to-date with new posts ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Excellent. Just what I needed to hear and very similar to a conversation I had with someone just yesterday. I’m now wondering how to apply it to all areas of my life. Thank you.

  4. I haven't heard him speak before – wonderful! I got a bit lost just before 7 mins, got a bit metaphysical and I wanted him to slow down and explain, but the main concepts I very much agree with.

    I suppose the next step/question for me is always 'how'? How to make sure we keep that aliveness, how we go about searching for truth, and how do we know when we're living like that? (do you just know?) And also, really importantly, what happens when one partner is seeking truth and the other is not? Always more questions from me! (maybe that means I'm searching? ๐Ÿ˜‰ )

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