Do you have the same definitions of kindness and respect? (The life changing advice I’d never thought of)

Do you have the same definitions of kindness and respect? (The life changing advice I’d never thought of)

 

One of the simplest and most profound pieces of advice ever given to me was from a Buddhist friend twenty years older and wiser than me. He said, “Megyn if you don’t have the same definitions of kindness and respect, the relationships you have will never work.”

Why was this simple and seemingly obvious life advice such a soul-affirming-a-ha-moment for me?

Like it immediately took away all the confusing guessing games in relationships and gave back years to my life in saved hours from wasteful rumination.

Why is it that somewhere between kindergarten and adolescence we forget that the nice kids are the ones we want to play with?

Why is that in adulthood most of the people I talk to and work with have been entangled in disrespectful and toxic relationship dynamics?

Why is that kindness and respect are not taught as required learning for college freshman?

Is it simply that we have big hearts and want to believe the best in people? Is it some subconscious form of neediness: Loving another until our hearts bleed so they will see our value and love us back?

Have we been so desensitized by the media that bad behavior is the new normal?

Or is it simpler than that? Do we just not feel worthy enough to wait for kindness and respect? Do we just not know what our standards of kindness and respect are?

The truth is it’s much more complex and layered than any one answer, but I do know that receiving and allowing respect and kindness into our lives begins with being clear on our own values, our worth, and our deepest desires, and then trusting that life will organically shape itself around you mirroring this self-love back to us through gifts of deeper and truer connection.

Self-love is the most potent and powerful form of energy and the Universe really likes this kind of clarity.

And while not everyone will be able to live their life this way or even have the same ideas of respect and kindness we can move through our lives taking nothing personally, having compassion in our hearts for all souls, but making room in our lives for kindness and respect to resonate.

All Love

Megyn

Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

Letting romantic relationships go: How to love without attachment

Letting romantic relationships go: How to love without attachment

Remember that wonderful human being I met a few months ago?

We parted ways, and for the first time in my adult life, I experienced a happy ending through an ending.

Not like pop-the-cork-off-the-champagne-bottle happy. There was disappointment and other normal human emotions to process – but It was the most sane, adult, and loving breakup I’ve ever had.

No long, drawn out, back-and-forth. No hysteria. Just respect and honesty.

Not everyone is supposed to stay forever.

As my Buddhist friend likes to say to me, “Megyn the success of a relationship has nothing to do with the length of time that you are in the relationship, but whether or not you and the other person can leave each other better human beings”

This sounds really evolved, selfless, and new-agey right? But what if you are really looking for love? The forever kind?

A quick lesson in love today. Just a little reminder.

*The purest form of love, the only kind I’m interested in, is eternal; love never dies.

*No one can love you, cherish you, or adore you enough if you aren’t already a resource of these things from within. Anything else is neediness. And the relationships we cultivate from a self love deficit will always be an opportunity for us to evaluate and choose how to love ourselves more.

*You can only give, receive, and feel loved to the extent that you able to give, receive, and feel love from deep inside of yourself.

*And sometimes – Love isn’t enough.

So… what if we stopped looking for love, and instead started looking for deep, soulful resonance?

What if we could love, love unconditionally, wholeheartedly, purely, and unselfishly without being attached? Could relationships work?

Would they have the same meaning? The same depth? The same purity, intensity, and quality without having to have it our way? Without clinging out of fear that this will be the last one that will ever work out?

Ummm, Yes! BIG YES!

When we deeply sense our own inherent value and are steeped in our own nourishment, we come into union awake with our eyes, ears and heart open which is how we cultivate relationships of great harmony, of great growth, and of great work. Yes, even when they don’t work out.

When two people are whole and fully resourced from within, they can emit love without taking, shrinking, neediness, or grasping.

Whether or not someone loves us back is irrelevant. It does not diminish what we already have.

This is not to say that breakups are supposed to be painless. There will always be emotions and feelings to process around lost connection, missing a companion, and unfulfilled dreams.

Without judgment and with total self-compassion, you can responsibly honor your own grieving process, but in the end, you will not feel a lack of love or take another person’s lack of love personally.

Ideally, relationship is a dance; a joyful, exciting, journey of discovery; an opportunity for love to fertilize two souls within a container (the relationship) that then allows two people to grow and expand, becoming stronger and more illuminated than they were before.

Sometimes, unfortunately, how much each person is able to expand is limited.

When we get caught in the trap of forcing “this one to be it” is when we can’t see that one, or both people in the relationship is not thriving in the container.

How long the other person is able to meet you where you are at is outside of your power.

Each soul has their own timeline, their own lessons, and their own path. There is absolutely nothing you can do, say, or become to push, pull or force another person’s truth to match up with yours.

The truth of another person’s path will reveal itself in layers with ease and clarity if you aren’t blinded by the need to make love fit into a box.

To love another is to understand, honor, and acknowledge that if another person’s happiness is in pursuing their own truth and happiness outside of relationship with you, then to truly love them is to set them free and sometimes to set yourself free too.

Your only responsibility is to cultivate and go deeper into choosing more love and what that means for you without compromising your values or your divine worth.

But what about the “happy ending?”

This is the great dilemma of romantic love: “Tell me I won’t get hurt”, “Tell me this is the one”, “Make it last forever… and. make. it. magical.”

Ironically, where love exists, in it’s purest form, is not strictly born out of the happily ever after story.

Relationships work best when we see them as gifts in our lives and opportunities to grow as opposed to things that we own, need to manage or have to have until ‘death do us part.’

Essential to any successful relationship is a deep knowing of oneself to be complete outside of union with another.

In essence, we have to be connected to our own light.

If we fall short in any of those areas, our identity will project our stuff, our voids, our need to be needed, loved, rescued, and valued onto another person.

We won’t be able to show up in relationship authentically or fully seeing another person for who they are. We will project fantasies, be unable to discern what and what not they are capable of giving, and where we are not allowing a person to be an individual with their own values, path, and soul lessons.

The second we start looking at something or someone else as the source of our power: our validity, our joy, our self esteem; the second we need someone to be something different to make us happy – we forget what our truth and standards are; we let someone else hijack our self-esteem; we cling, project and actually cut ourselves off from the healthy flow of giving and receiving love that the Universe calls on us to experience.

When Love is at its fullest it is not linear, rigid or able to be contained. It’s something that is so deep within us, that it naturally overflows and finds resonance in our life.

Okay, okay – I know, “get down off your eternal love high horse, talk to me like I’m human.”

Falling in love can be a helluva drug: the chemicals, the excitement, the future possibilities — Intoxicating.

Connection and partnership are beautiful places for growth, for deeper connection, to witness our own love in action, for gateways into the next stage of our EVOLution.

But when we use (consciously or unconsciously) relationships as a supplement to the one we don’t have with ourselves, or we sacrifice our integrity at the expense of staying in a partnership, we are setting ourselves up for chaos, interesting lessons, depletion and sometimes destruction – all of which can be helpful.

It’s not that there is a “right” kind of love, “right” way to date, or a correct relationship. Everyone is here for our greatest good and to move us forward if we are willing to make choices. It’s just that there are more nourishing, fulfilling, soulful ways to enter into intimate partnership.

Revolutionary new way forward: I promise to myself, when I enter into intimate relationship, instead of looking for “the one”, trying to figure it all out, retracting in fear of getting hurt – I am open to allowing deep, soulful, resonance to be my new love standard. I’m saying yes to reciprocal love, authentic kindness and respect – for as long as we both are growing.

I feel and receive love more deeply, openly, and honestly than I ever did before. I have loved with more purity and acceptance from afar than I ever used to in relationship. I have let many go in the name of loving myself more, and in turn have received love back — ten fold.

I also see and accept people in their wholeness: in their complete messy humanity, in their glory, in their vulnerabilities, in their gifts, in their limitations, because I don’t need them to be anything other than what they are.

This is our power. From here we make choices. We can discern: More of the same? or do I wish to create something different? From here we unconditionally love without attachment and allow love to unfold her own miracles instead of forcing our own will.

What is born out of love, can only lead to more love.

When we can love freely and allow souls to come and go as need be, it replaces blindness, neediness, and if-then-love with bountiful, sacred spaces for free-flowing growth, nourishment, and kindness which in the end feels more abundant, peaceful and nourishing.

What matters most to me in relationship now is: Did I love them with purity, for who they were? Am I a better person after the experience? Did I honor their humanity and mine with honesty, respect, and kindness? Did I stay true to me? And hopefully, did I leave the other person well?

Ultimately, you are the one you’ve been waiting for.

Everything else is just Grace; a gift; a cosmic high five.

My deepest wish for all of you is that as you grow and EVOLve deeper into your own love; as your light shines brighter, that the love that beams back to you shines brighter too.

 


 

Postscript:
It’s taken me over two months to write this. I never thought that writing about something like intimate love would make me feel so vulnerable and exposed.

I recognize that love and relationship is a touchy subject because we are all at different stages in our own EVOLution (that’s love backward by the way) and therefor we have varying degrees of tolerance for someone else telling us what they believe love to be.

After having experienced the embodiment of all the principles I preach: self-love, letting go, staying present, taking nothing personally and allowing other souls their own path, I can not believe that what I used to experience in relationship I believed was love at all.

Understand, I absolutely believe in commitment, truth, kindness, compassion and respect.

I believe in love, even the ‘until death do we part’ kind and I would never advocate running, ejecting or escaping from partnership just because the “going gets tough.” That is a very personal decision and unique to each situation, which I can not possibly address within the scope of one article.

But, what I am proposing and advocating is an exploration into your own reasons for looking for and staying in relationship. I am inviting you to explore your own self-love gaps and look at opportunities to heal those from within, without making someone responsible for your own happiness.

I am stating that I believe that anything less than mutual respect, consideration, and kindness are not particularly loving and it is up to you to make choices that resonate with more love in your life without changing someone.

I wrote this post not with a heavy heart, but ironically, feeling more loved than I ever have before and more sure about my relationship future because for the first time in my dating life I was able to show up with a soft, open heart, without attachment; seeing another clearly, while staying honest about what was true and good for me.

Take what resonates, leave the rest.

All Love. All Truth.

Megyn Blanchard

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Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

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A story about healing, dating, and knowing they’re not “the one.” (Love without attachment)

A story about healing, dating, and knowing they’re not “the one.” (Love without attachment)

Once upon a time…I found myself dating a wonderful human being.

After being in a self-imposed, much needed, healing dating desert, it would have been easy to make this new, deep, soulful connection fit into “the one” box.

But I knew that this would taint the relationship with projections into the future; with contortions and tight-rope walking to make it fit into my limited thinking of what was possible, and in doing so I’d miss out on the beauty of what was unfolding now.

I also knew that I’d have to stay fully present in order to not chase fairy tales and to trust myself as we progressed through whatever was meant to come.

I wanted to live in my openness and authenticity in harmony with another human being, growing and becoming better than I was before — and yet I wanted to remain unattached.

I knew that would require keeping my controlling ego and predictive mind out of the equation.

I’m not saying it’s easy…

We’re human. We have desires. We have goals. We want to receive, achieve, and accomplish certain things.

We want to know: “What does this mean? What will this look like? Where does this fit?”

So we set out: “I’m going to get it. I want it. This. Is. It.”

Egos like security, so when we see something that looks like this “is it” we get caught up in “this is it” hysteria. We will try to fit things into the limitations of our own minds. We will try to force square pegs into round holes.

And the truth of life is that as soon as we think we know “this is going to be it,” we chase, grasp, ignore, get lazy, manipulate, and project.

It’s why I have learned to loathe rigid, straight lines, dogma, boxes, and predictable outcomes.

This is not fear, laziness, or passivity – rather it’s dynamic receptivity and listening.

Attachment is static, rigid, and unyielding.

Don’t be fooled — spiritual practice, self-help, and consciousness teachings can still be illusions we cling to for more linear achieving and grasping.

We attend another seminar, read another book, hook into another thought leader all just selling us a pretty box: our path to enlightenment, the man or woman of our dreams, or a get-rich-and-die-happy scheme.

I know, for 17 years I did it wrong. I had a master’s in my shit and a Ph.D. in positive thinking.

All it did was create the illusion that I was the one who knew best; that I had control of the steering wheel; that if I raised my vibration and changed my thoughts then, BAM! everything is manifested rainbows and unicorn essence.

Instead I was drowning in more constricted, one-dimensional thinking. I was shut off from myself and shut off from the infinite possibilities of divine timing, flow, and heart-centered connection that I yearned for, which ironically comes from feeling your way through life, not thinking.

It took a few hard lessons, but I learned that the only thing I knew for-sure-for-sure was that I didn’t know anything with any certainty.

I became infinitely more powerful, more open, and more magnetic. I learned to love these four words: “you just never know.”

With this kind of unattached living, I truly understood surrender and being present: living in the moment instead of lining up in front of the universe with my shopping list saying, “look I’ve done my part now bring me what I want.”

I trusted there was something larger than me taking care of me.

If you want to be a co-captain, a vehicle, a conduit for infinite abundance and good, all you have to do is sign up and say “show me and use me for good.”

It won’t always be easy. Making the journey from your head to your heart will never be pain free. You will have to take inventory of your stuff, and see all the responsibilities in your life. You will have to let go, and grieve, and let go again.

It won’t always come in the form you expect, but I promise life will send you the people and the lessons you need to prepare you.

You are infinitely more powerful and receptive when you take your hands off the throat of life; when you and stop controlling how it’s all going to end.

You are a supernova when you love and cherish yourself from the inside out, including your feelings and imperfect parts.

What can you do, what do you know?

Do the one thing you can do, which is put one foot in front of the other, in integrity what you’re up to in the world, in alignment with your worth, your values, your inner nudges, and with your unique contraction and expansion cycles.

Chase integrity, authentic heartfelt action, nourishment, and Do. No. Harm. Ever!

This is what’s in service to the highest good of all involved. This is how the soul speaks. This is how we follow the divine trail leading you down the most expansive, love filled path.

Does this mean your life path will look a little crooked? Yes.

Will you be racing to the finish line? No.

Will it look like other people have it together and you don’t? Sometimes, yes.

Will some people get It sooner? Perhaps. But look closer, what are they really getting?

I promise you life and relationships are a hell of a lot more interesting, nourishing, and loving when we realize we aren’t the only ones calling the shots. When we willingly hop into the passenger seat knowing there’s something greater than our limited thinking can conceive.

And as you live this way; as you ascend the fear based needs to control and predict and categorize, the mysteries of divine order become ever more apparent and beautiful, because you can see how being of service to this Loving Force, and not at odds with it, invites in magnificence, congruence, and creation on a whole other level.

And suddenly the universe is your playground and you are just playing, and everyone’s name sounds like Grace.

Important addendum, postscript, codicil: This relationship ended 8 weeks after it began. It was the first healthy, adult, respectful breakup I’d ever had. Because I was able to stay present, and not force my will or desires onto someone else, I was able to see we handled relationship different in a few key areas – so I gracefully let him go. Not everyone is supposed to stay forever. Here is part two on how to love without attachment.

All Love

Megyn

Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

How to stand for your standards in love: This is your spiritual practice

How to stand for your standards in love: This is your spiritual practice

 

Many of us have gotten expectations and standards confused!

We hear expectations bad, unconditional love good –– then get into weird, contorted relationships with people who can’t really meet us with the kind of healthy, reciprocal, dignity, respect and love we deserve.

It is true, expecting someone to change or suddenly be different is insanity. They are who they are.

People show you who they are pretty quickly, and if you don’t like it, expecting different behavior is crazy and actually not nice.

But you can set boundaries, which is different from trying to change someone’s behavior.

You can then leave, walk away, or politely say “see you on the other side” if boundaries and standards aren’t being met.

Healthy standards are a must – so sit down and figure them out in relationships and in life.

Have healthy standards without feeling bad about them: Kindness. Respect. Consideration. Compassion. Honesty. Integrity. What do these mean to you?

How we treat ourselves is usually how others will treat us: If you don’t think, believe or act like you are valuable enough for respect, chances are others will disrespect you.

If you take your body and heart for granted, chances are your partner will too.

If you have been unclear on your standards, ask if you are fearful that someone won’t want to meet your standards? Or will leave? Or will get mad? Clear sign they should GO.

When we know what we deeply believe, desire and deserve, this usually helps filter out the people who aren’t aligned with us from the beginning; our internal warnings will fire and we can eject, pass go or retreat.

But if you are already in friendship or have found yourself in a relationship where you never stood for your boundaries or ignored and excused away disrespectful behavior and red flags – you have one opportunity to speak up about them GENTLY.

State what you deserve. Express clearly what you believe in. Be honest about what you will bring to the table. Then, if said person isn’t aligned with your truth or fails to meet you repeatedly, they won’t ever. It’s not in their nature. They can’t. They just don’t know how.

Life really wants you to cultivate loving relationships built on healthy respect and standards.

Look around. See what people are blocking the door, taking up space or sucking away your precious energy. This isn’t self righteousness or ball busting –– this is full participation and ownership in our realm of power, which requires presence and a full showing for ourselves and life without being sucked into other people’s soul lessons.

Just so you know, I say this as a recovering self abandonment junkie. I know how difficult it is to trust your self and your standards to bring nourishing relationships. But I promise it does.

All Love,

Megyn

Never allow someone to treat you in a way you would never treat yourself. How to have healthy standards and boundaries in relationships.
Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

Relationships are either containers for great work, or great lessons.

Relationships are either containers for great work, or great lessons.

Relationships are either containers for great work, or great lessons.

Think about it like this: relationships that are great lessons are mirrors of what we need to look at within ourselves; an old wound or behavior that needs to be healed. “Where can we love and respect ourselves more completely? Where can we stand for our truth more honestly? Where are we outsourcing our power?”

When we are looking, unconsciously or consciously, for our loveability, validity and happiness from a relationship; when we aren’t fully resourced containers for our own worthiness, adoration, and respect; when we haven’t done the inner work to deal with old emotional programs that have us chasing, grasping, and seeking outside relationships to fill a void — we will attract relationships that will be like picking at a scab, constantly re-opening old hurts and wounds, showing us where our self-love gaps are, never quite allowing them to heal.

It’s not that there isn’t value in these relationships, especially when we are willing to look at these situations as opportunities to go deeper into our inner exploration and recover our own self love, self-compassion, self-acceptance and self-respect, but the great work in relationships comes when we aren’t constantly being re-traumatized.

Great work comes from deep, soulful, harmony between two individuals who are fully in their power; who deeply believe they are worthy of love.

Great resonance comes when two people compliment each other and bring out their strengths.

When we are already steeped in our own love, value, and happiness we attract union where presence, truth, and openness reign supreme. We break down walls, experience intense growth, and feel our hearts opening, as we feel safe being vulnerable.

When we are whole, we can discern who is able to meet us with reciprocal respect, love, and kindness because our deepest beliefs are that we are worthy, regardless of how another person behaves.

Great work, great love, great resonance, happen when two people are both steeped in their own Truth and equipped to hold space for one another to be their authentic selves without harming the other person.

Great work is a by-product of two people who don’t need anything from another person, because they are already deeply rooted in their own love.

Great work is two people plugged into the magnificence, joy and creative power of their existence, and as a result they come together as witnesses of this force in physical form, emitted outward, exponentially.

All Love, All Truth

Megyn

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Own your sacred boundaries and win at the battle of love

Own your sacred boundaries and win at the battle of love

 

I’m a recovering self-abandonment-oholic. It is only because of deep healing, massive amounts of self-compassion and self-love, that I can now say this with a smile on my face.

When I realized that a great deal of my pain and frustration in relationships was due to poor boundary setting, I went out looking for someone to tell me when and how to set healthy boundaries. I actually asked Google once, “how do I set healthy boundaries?” Needless to say, Google and pretty much every other resource I looked to fell short.

The problem was, I was looking for something to assure me that what I believed to be healthy and respectful in relationships was okay.

Setting boundaries aren’t just about saying no. It isn’t about making someone believe they are wrong or insensitive. It’s about knowing what your standards are and that what is healthy for you is good. . . is right.

It’s knowing that what your heart is telling you is your truth.

Too often we set boundaries as a way to prove to someone that their behavior is bad, or disrespectful, or with the hopes that they will agree with us. We get flimsy and weak when they get mad, or when they don’t see our truth as their truth.

We want them to agree with us and like us, so when they leave or push back we crumble. We start to doubt ourselves and backslide.

This sends out a chaotic message to the person and to the universe. It says we just kind of, maybe sort of, know what our standards are but we are waiting on someone else to validate them.

As a result, what we end up experiencing is people and situations that test our resolve; that show us where are gaps are.

These people will continually disrespect our boundaries or try and make us feel bad. We think it’s about the other person’s poor behavior, but really it’s a message, a sign – get clear on what you know to be healthy for you, and make that enough.

I understand first hand the feelings of loss, abandonment, and not feeling good enough that can come along with someone leaving or getting mad at me when I first stood up for myself.

I understand the frustration of just wanting someone to see that it is their terrible behavior that is the problem, but the fact of the matter is it was my lack of self-worth and self-trust that were the issue.

For some people being self-centered is how they survive in their world. The question becomes: is the lack of respect enough? Are you okay with contorting yourself, your integrity, your values for someone else?

The irony is that in taking ownership of how bad I was at honoring what was healthy for me, I realized there was no way someone else could respect and honor me If I didn’t first do it myself. I couldn’t expect a person to treat me with respect and dignity if I didn’t treat myself with respect and dignity. If I was flimsy, of course, someone would continually push boundaries and ask me to put up with bad behavior.

When I got clear on my standards and started acting in ways that were more loving and trusting of my own inner knowing; when I said what I believe in is enough, I gradually grew more comfortable with standing for what was truly healthy for me.

When I stopped letting limiting, fearful, thinking run the show, I stopped settling for anything less in relationships. In changing how I was treating myself I was actually becoming the exact match for what I wanted to experience in relationships.

I actually don’t have to set healthy boundaries anymore, because the people in my life are mirrors of the love, value, and respect I now give to Self.

It really is that simple.

It may not be easy at first. You may feel uncomfortable and maybe even terrified. But I promise, all the pain that comes up is just a message that it is time to do this work. It is time to be your own hero, your own advocate, your own source of Love.

Light and Love

Megyn

How to set healthy bounaries and attract the right relationships.
Never allow someone to treat you in a way you wouldn't treat yourself

Megyn Blanchard

Megyn Blanchard

Truth teller, Spiritual myth buster, Inner Relationship coach

My commitment is to be as human with you as is humanly possible, over the internet as I breakdown overly simplistic, reductive, self-help, and empowerment teachings. Join me for monthly updates, stock my social meanderings, and come be a part of the most bad ass, non-new-agey, real-life, private Facebook group as I give weekly sermons on realtionships, self-love, and self-awareness. I believe in original goodness, the simplicity and clarity of truth, the liberation of personal respsonsibility, and the endless healing of love. I can’t wait to see you.

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