Connecting to divine intervention helps you overcome the most difficult situations in relationships, health and career. Without spiritual intervention, most gay men feel lost and disconnected from inner wisdom, intuition and inner-direction. Creating divine intervention awakens powers and abilities not available with conventional methods of performance, success and achievement. This video shows you how to revive divine intervention in your life as a gay man.
The number one challenge for gay men today is the complexity of issues that come from lack of alignment between chronological age and psychological age. These issues show up in inappropriate choices for partners, overemphasis on sex and rejections of others because of status.
Many gay men want relationships, so why are they still single? Today, we will talk about why wanting a relationship means nothing unless it is backed by consistent and intentional action steps. Dating and relationships are not exempt from effort and sweat. So next time you tell yourself “I want a relationship”, check with yourself whether your action steps are aligned with an authentic intent of seeking love and a consistent effort to meet and connect with other gay men.
Gay Life Happens Inside Conflicts: The Importance Of Conflict, Arguments, Friction In Gay Relationships
In gay relationships, conflicts play a very important role. Through conflict, we actually get to know our lover, boyfriend better. Conflicts produce a deeper immersion into another person’s life and give an opportuity to see the side of another person’s personality that cannot be seen without prior conflict. Energetically, conflicts are a method of testing each other’s love and committment. Through conflict we develop deep trust and loyalty to one another. Without conflict, our relationships are shallow, meaningless and provide limited opportunity for intimacy.
Gay relationships have deeper benefits that go beyond companionships and sex. Our neurosis, rigidity, stubborness, bitterness can get polished out of our personalities when we are overcoming relationship challenges and dealing well with conflicts inside a relationship. While most people exit at the first sign of conflict or friction, the ones who stay and practice acceptance and letting go can see massive improvements in their general well being.
Acceptance is a powerful spiritual practice. When we accept other gay men as they are, we are training ourselves to accept our own insecurities, mistakes and baggage. When we reject another person, we are actually training ourselves to reject the parts of us that we don’t like.
Spiritual awakening for gay men is important because of the additional stresses we come across in relationships and in friendships. Our families are often ambivalent about our lives, so we need to stay “sane” and strong on our own. This is where spiritual practices come very helpful and powerful. With spirituality, we can fill our heart with the love that we need. By reconnecting to God, in whichever form he exists, we can receive ever-present love and connection that never goes away.