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Brandon talks about love and relationships, referencing a recent disappointment with an ex-partner as well as his recent streak of loving, heart-chakra-aligned experiences and how he brought this to bear on his recent encounter.
This was exactly what I needed to hear. I’m a new listener with this podcast and I’m loving it so far. I appreciate you sharing your perspective, thought process and LOVE for that matter with us all. It’s beautiful and you should take immense pride in that. I am a full time giver, even if I don’t receive, giving gives me purpose. I’ve found myself in a rut. I’m choosing to live out of love. And I feel I’ve come to master some aspects, but when it comes to the connections I’ve shared with ex partners I can’t let go. I’m hurt, angry and it clouds my judgement. I don’t know if it’s me being the Taurus I am, or what. I am understanding, I see the light and highest potential in them all. I am grateful to have given and loved them while I can. To this day, I still feel them trying to take my peace. They take as much as they can get, and I don’t believe they’re even aware of it. They just ask to be more understanding, but me being who I am, I dive into a deeper sense of understanding. And I feel that allows me to make excuses for them. And still continue to give more, that’s just the love and heart I carry. When is it considered giving too much? How to you make amends to connections that have sucked so much energy from you? Ones that twist your idea of love? And when that concept of giving stops, how can I look at myself then? How do I still hold this love that gives me so much purpose and life, yet not allow it to continue to take from me. They can’t understand why I feel so strong about this pain, and I feel like they never will. I’m trying to forgive myself for letting it get this far. My mind and heart are at a battle and I would appreciate your beautiful insight. Thank you, stay blessed.