Bringing Sacred Love into Real Life Everyday Relationships

by Christopher Walker - Date: 2007-02-10 - Word Count: 803 Share This!

Some people think the honeymoon can't last How many times do you hear people say "the honeymoon won't last" or "that's the honeymoon period, wait till they get back to reality"

I know the honeymoon can last forever. With cap in hand and book on the market, I aim to prove it by simply getting back to basics and using universal laws to prove it. So, If you are single you might ask "Is Christopher Walker right and if so, where did I go wrong in the last relationship?" and if you are in a burned out relationship filled with sporadic moments of interest, then you might ask "What is the difference between a sacred relationship and what I have, and what can I do to change things around" Here are a few hints from "Sacred Love, the honeymoon that lasts forever"

I believe "Global Harmony begins in the Bedroom" - That if we can't find love and peace in our relationships, how do we expect to have it anywhere else in the world? In Canada I am known as the spiritual pit bull, and I'm on a real mission to teach people the secrets of love and inner peace in relationships. This, for me is the most obvious way to bring about global change. Start it at home.

Honeymoons are sacred. For some it's the happiest time of their life. Nothing before and sadly few things after, compare to it. Honeymoons are sacred because we automatically act naturally. We discard all the behaviors that sabotage relationships, and behave as REAL people.

There are very few self help books taken or sold on honeymoon destinations. Why? Because we are not thinking about ourselves, or what we want to change. We're on top of the world and the real question we need to ask, is how do we stay there.

Falling in love is quite easy, it's as natural as, and as important as a daily bowel movement. But we know so little about falling in love, it's usually an accident. And then keeping it, holding it, sustaining it we seem to know less and less about as we get busier and more confused with thousands of self proclaimed self help gurus. How do we keep that love sacred and make the honeymoon last forever? Well lets begin with some don'ts

Here's some don'ts

Don't get involved in self help seminars unless you are diagnosed with some serious illness. Most people are doing self help to fix what aint broke. If it aint broke, don't fix it. Learn to appreciate what you've got.

Don't help your partner to change. Always remember that what made you fall in love in the first place is who they are. Change it, and you are really saying, deep down, you aren't good enough.

Don't blame them. If shit happens, it's 100% you. You cause it, you can fix it. But if you go around saying "he did this or she did that" you are really stuffed.

Don't think that gifts, and sudden make up sex are going to cause your stupidity to be forgotten. You reveal yourself in your worst moments, not your best. On that honeymoon, you worked day an night to make them happy, in every way. Why do you think a marriage contract is going to change that?

Don't carry baggage about your ex relationships, parents or boss into the relationship. Every issue that surfaces becomes a judgment and every judgment is a nail in the coffin of your relationship. Everyone is worthy of love, even that A hole who had an affair on you is just a mirror into your own soul. There's a way of getting over this stuff that doesn't take months or years. Just remember, don't blame or play victim.

Don't do something that you can't sustain. Viagra makes a great party night but what then? Spending a fortune on a holiday and getting back to poverty, something's a bit disconnected. Try balancing the short term and the long term.

Don't think you know somebody just because you married them, had sex with them or ate a meal with their family. The truth is always revealed in time. There's two sides to everyone and you'd better know that or your expectations are gong to kill the romance. Of course they are going to have some stuff you have to deal with. But, like the honeymoon, learn to know it, but focus on the good side. Simple self help isn't it.

Don't think someone is going to change your life. If you are a miserable grumpy, self righteous, self absorbed high maintenance individual before you get married, well that isn't going to change in the long term unless you change what you focus on. Focus on someone else's happiness might be a good start.

Now the dos

Ahh, but that's another story. Sacred Love - The honeymoon that lasts forever/

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Chris Walker is a world leading change agent, an environmentalist and author of more than 20 books. Born and bred in Australia, he consults to people and organisations throughout the world on improved relationships, health and lifestyle through the application of the Universal laws of Nature. The result he offers is that we stay balanced, share loving relationships, work with passion, enjoy success, and live our personal truth. To learn more about Chris's work and journeys to Nepal, visit

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