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The 5 Pillars Of Passion

The 5 Pillars Of Passion

HAVE A WILDLY PASSIONATE RELATIONSHIP

There are 5 key areas of focus if you want to cultivate a relationship that just keeps getting better:

1 – Mindfulness
Romance requires attention and intention
Seeing life through your partners eyes
Showing your sentimentally sensitive side
Mutual self-disclosure

2- Sensate Connection
Mutual holding
Eye-gazing
Affection, touch, warmth

3- Playful Adventure
A spirit of adventure
Spontaneity and playfulness
An element of surprise
Excitement

4- Erotic Communication
Text, email, call, poetry, songs,
dirty/sexy talk

5- Declarations
Rituals and traditions of your love
Symbols and tokens of your love
Homages to your past

This is an actionable list on which you can both focus to add zest and intimacy.

If you are the solo partner who wants to actively bring more passion than you’re getting into your relationship, just start integrating these activities above into your everyday relating and see how it sparks your connection.

Instead of your passion declining year over year, it can keep getting better, hotter and juicier if you put your attention on these five easy actions.

It’s your life.

It’s your love.

It’s yours to co-create.

With love,
Susan Bratton

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3 Comments

  1. I would like to know more a more detailed break down of each of the areas under Mindfulness.
    Would like the same for the other categories.
    An example, Romance requires attention and inattention.
    thank you
    Kirk

  2. Dear Lovely Mrs. Susan
    You must send a clips of each your programs it will be good for advertisement? Audio recording is not good ?
    Best regards
    Jay
    DUBAI
    jay_kay64@yahoo.com

  3. If only couples will work by those five tips,, their relationships will be taken to thé new level.

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