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July 3, 2019

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May 18, 2018

Staying "un-divorced" is about shining the light of consciousness on just the right areas.

Many couples come to us in crisis, and learn that Couples Mediation can be a supportive process to help them get clear on their joint vision and conscious commitments. The resulting "relationship contract" often includes provisions for how partners talk to each other, how they make decisions, how they spend money, when and how they spend time together, and the like. If I'm doing my job right as couples mediator, the simple agreements I help people reach are like acupuncture needles, helping unblock the energy channels and allowing affinity and love to flourish. (Instead of the poison that typically courses thr...

May 26, 2017

In Part 1 of this article, we discussed how intimate relationships might be thought of as a context for spiritual growth, and that “conscious” relationship is like spiritual practice because, as with any contemplative practice, it can result in transcendence of self along with self-actualization of the practitioner.

We then proceeded to take the first of four ritualistic practices and applied them in preparation for, or strengthening of, intimate relationships:

1. Clear the Path

2. Bow to the Light

3. Open Your Heart

4. Release Your Fear

This Part 2 will look at how the remaining steps can support your relationship or your search for a partner:

5. Cleanse

6. Transform

7. Heal

8. Be Free of Suffering

5. CLEANS...

January 25, 2017

Lawyer and relationship mediator John Hoelle of Conscious Family - Law & Mediation in Boulder, Colorado, gives a brief rundown of three areas to shift in order to improve your relationship and thereby maximize your creative energy..

January 16, 2017

Most people consider it self-evident that they want peace and harmony in their marriage or intimate relationship. Why then do we so often find ourselves in conflict with our partner? One place to start looking for an answer is to take an honest look at what we are truly committed to. We may come to see that the things we are most committed to often have us moving away from harmony.

Think about the last significant argument you had with your spouse. Try to recall the level of commitment you had to your position; how indignant you felt about something he or she was doing, saying, or believing; how wronged you felt. As the level of intensity of a conflict rises, usually the combatants’ commitment to be...

October 20, 2016

My divorce was painful, but necessary. For twelve years, leading up to the court decree, I had gotten intimately acquainted with what it’s like to have an ordin

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