Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Love is . . . Wholeness (not what you think)

Good day.  From here to there, we transmit some guidance on a matter which significant confusion and suffering surrounds.  The nature of Love.

We feel your word is misused, as Love is a spectrum, not all-encompassing.

Love = wholeness*

The eventual flaws leading to adversarial relationships instead of healthy progressive relationships are as follows:

1.  Insisting on marriage to complete relationship. In fact, marriage negates each person's free will in many ways (socially, personally, legally)

2.  Believing another will complete us and make us whole, when in fact there is a reason people have referred to "falling in love" as "giving your heart away".  This is not healthy.

3.  Romantic love unbalances our lives.  Romantic love gives away the benefits of whatever balance we had created prior to the romantic connection.
Compassionate love enriches the balance we already have.  Compassionate love allows us to share the benefits of the balance we have created without losing this balance.  Compassionate love is sustainable.

If romantic love were allowed and expected to be temporary, we could go to this "romantic love" vacation and expect to come back to home base (the balanced life we created prior).

-Source Orion
via Eve Featherstone

*whole·ness noun

  1. 1.
    the state of forming a complete and harmonious whole; unity.
  2. 2.
    the state of being unbroken or undamaged.
    • good physical or mental health.


  1. WOW just what I needed when I need it! thank you!

  2. Hi Eve,

    I'm a television producer based in Los Angeles. I'm working on a project that is set to air on History Channel, based on extraterrestrial encounters. We're looking for someone to share their experience on the show. I was wondering if you might be interested, and are available for a quick phone call at some point today?

    Please send me an email when you're able. We do have a bit of a quick turnaround for this, so urgency is much appreciated!

    Warm wishes,

    Britton Nagy