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Relationship Connection: The forgotten ingredient

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Relationship Connection: The forgotten ingredient

29 December 2021

If we would call the deeply connecting relationship we long for a festive Holiday meal, then there’s a fundamental ingredient that is needed to cook that meal. An ingredient that most of us haven’t learned how to access, or even that it exists. It’s so rare to see it well practiced that we could call it a forgotten ingredient. Chances are that you rather have seen and practiced MANY other things in your relationships. Like reacting, withdrawing, getting angry or feeling hurt and betrayed and frustrated… 

If you want to create trusting communication, intimacy and heart-to-heart connection (whether it’s with your partner, your children, co-workers or yourself) you need to KNOW this ingredient, learn HOW to use it, and put it to PRACTICE daily. When you do, it will grow into the foundational ingredient that makes all dishes on your relationship table taste a lot better.

In this third episode in a series on Relationship Connection, Gary and I talk about the forgotten ingredient to connecting relationships, why it changes everything and how to practice it.

Listen to episode 37, part 3/3 about Relationship Connection, here:

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A summary of what we talk about in this episode:

  • The forgotten ingredient to creating deep connection in relationships
  • What it feels and looks like to operate from conscious presence in a relationship
  • The three things that conscious presence allows you to do in a conversation with someone else
  • Mistakes Eva and Gary have made when they thought they were good communicators

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