Relationships sometimes make us feel more whole or less whole. And in that is the often seductively addictive and illusive nature of them.
Is this true for you? Are you really less or more whole in various relationships? Check it out.
– Lisa M. on FB
I know that I can experience myself more or less whole in different relationships, and also in different places and circumstances.
If I don’t already feel whole, I may feel more whole with some people, in some places, and doing some activities. And likewise, with others, I may feel more fragmented and less whole.
Is it true that I can be more or less whole? If I feel more whole, is it true I am? If I feel less whole, is it true I am?
What’s happening is that some people brings up my wholeness for me, and others brings up my sense of fragmentation. If it’s unquestioned, it really appears – and feels – as I am getting more whole with some people, and less whole with others. And that makes it especially painful when I lose people who brings up that sense of wholeness in me. I am not only losing that person, but my own wholeness. It feels like I am losing myself.
So this is an inquiry that can be very helpful in everyday life.
I feel more whole. Does it mean I am really more whole?
I feel less whole. Does it mean I am really less whole?
Is it true that the wholeness I am looking for is not here?