We are innately wired for connection and when that connection is disrupted, everything starts to have the opposite impact. Suddenly, work isn’t as enjoyable; things you enjoyed doing aren’t as pleasant anymore; your connection with others (even your children) can start to suffer. If you do not do something about it, this can have a negative impact on all areas of your life, even your financial abundance.
As long as you believe things will just magically happen if you do not work to do anything, you might wind up in SplitsVille. I’ve seen it happen over and over. You begin to drift, your connections weaken, and then just one individual is having an affair (and thinking it’s justified).
When happy couples feel disconnected, they know how to reconnect. They take the time to heal their souls and reenergize their relationship. They may go on a retreat, relax at a spa, or find peace in yoga class.
Whatever they do, they make sure to nurture their connection. By taking care of themselves and each other, they keep their relationship strong and happy.
1. They take a break
Sometimes, the best way to reconnect is to take a break. A mini-vacation or weekend getaway can be just what you need to recharge your batteries and come back refreshed.
2. They get active together
One of the best ways to reconnect is to get active together. Take a walk, go for a run, or hit the gym together. Exercise releases endorphins that will help you feel happier and more connected.
3. They do something new together
Trying something new can bring excitement back into your relationship. Take a cooking class, go rock climbing, or visit a new city together. Doing something new will help you see each other in a new light.
4. They know the disconnection is temporary
In a successful relationship, both people believe that if they reunite and try to make things work again, they may well return to their connection.
Couples usually cite relationship problems as the cause for much of the dispute they encounter throughout their lifetime. We see it time and time again that what causes the most disease in couples are scars, pain, past traumas, and even complications stemming from previous generations.
If you are feeling lost, disconnected, or just generally “gunked up,” our practitioners can help. They are experts at reconnecting people on all levels: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. So, if you’re ready to feel more connected and balanced, give us a call.