Relationships are difficult. Relationships between us and our family. Between friends. Between co-workers. Relationships between the people we hope to establish something more with. Every new relationship is going to be a struggle to find a balance of harmony and, most importantly, understanding of their own unique reference in how they perceive the world around them. Understanding this can only come from understanding ourselves which involves soul seeking and perhaps even the help from those of Vashikaran in USA. This unique order of Tantra priests possess much in the way of wisdom to help guide confused individuals hoping to better understand their partners.
I often have found that my own inability to establish harmony within a relationship is due to not knowing what I want from the relationship itself. I often have to stop and ask myself what I want most in my life within the context of being in a relationship. It’s a responsibility of trust to another person which involves a certain amount of dedication to to patience and the time it will take to make it work. There have been some relationships where I realized that I wasn’t looking for what that relationship offered. That forced me to move on.
It’s easy to cling to an idea of something that we think we want. We convince ourselves so deeply of the promise that we want something that we rarely challenge ourselves of that want. We change on a daily basis in such minute ways that it can be near impossible to realize that in a handful of months or a year we have may want something different. A core trait I seek from any partner is a willingness to accept and embrace change. It’s a good thing. A positive thing that helps us grow as people which in turn will help a relationship grow over time.