1. Lee-Ann 4 years ago

    I found your book to be very helpful last year. I gained a lot of insight from it. I need to go back and revisit it and see how much has changed. I have lost some of the rituals I learned last year and need to get them back into my days.

  2. Cheyanne 4 years ago

    I used to feel like I had to do everything with my partner. And if he couldn’t go or didn’t want to go, I’d feel a bit disappointed and sit with that feeling for a while. I love my partner, and we do a lot of great things together. But in all of this I’ve learned that it’s okay to do things on your own as well. We like to connect with each other and have date nights, but I also like to take myself out once a week too. This helps fuel the relationship with myself, as well as our relationship together.

  3. dminer11 4 years ago

    I am my own partner right now.
    What I am learning is self love. I’m challenging myself and doing nice things for myself. It didn’t appear to be much … at first… but it’s turning out to be a pretty big deal. I have been used to doing for others the majority of the time and I turned the table around and do things for myself now. I asked friends if they want to join me and if they can’t I still go. This is a big deal. I don’t feel totally comfortable yet it is getting easier. Practice practice practice

  4. Lo 5 years ago

    all of the exercises in the quality and quantity are helping to stay in the moment of trying to love more. By loving more it makes it easier to reach out to others and in return feel more loving. With each unit I am becoming more aware and risking a little more vulnerability each day and it makes me happy. I’m easier to be around because I’m less in the have-not’s and more in a state of gratitude.
    I’ve ordered Dakota’s book and looking forward to exploring that tool as well. This direction is so beautiful.

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