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1. Fall in Love with a Soul, Not Just a Body

This is much easier for women to do than men. It's been said that men get turned on when they see a beautiful woman; women get turned on when they hear a man who cares about them and they feel can safely meet their needs. How many times have you seen a knockout woman with a guy that is less than knock-out? That's because women are not as visual as men. Given that this is a blog on Oprah.com written by the guy from TheDailyLove.com, chances are most of the folks reading this blog are female, but this information is vital for men too. If you are looking for that real soul-piercing love, you have to first love a person's spirit, then his or her body. Because as we get older, bodies change, get older, fatter, wrinklier, and sometimes they don't work as well as they used to.

This is why it's important to be not only with someone whom
you have chemistry with but also, most importantly, with
someone who is your friend. Sex is sex, and lust fades. But love
and friendship will go on forever. You can have both -- passion
and friendship -- but the deeper the connection as souls, the
deeper the passion too.

2. Communication
One of the key pillars of success in a relationship is
communication. This is vital: no open communication, no
relationship. For many years in my life -- and I see this trend
with my clients -- I felt like if I got angry or had any negative
emotion, I could not express it because the other person would
run. It wasn't until I met my current partner, Jenna, that
I realized that it is safe to share your negative side as well. This
isn't to say that you have to always be negative or that this
should justify your negativity. But when you can create a safe
enough communication container in a relationship, you are
going to love each other more. We open our hearts by feeling
safe, and we don't have to censor ourselves or walk on
This means loving yourself and your partner enough to allow
them space and room to express their darkness as well. It is by
shining a light on the darkness that we transform the darkness.
The more we keep the darkness inside, the more powerful it
becomes. So, we must let it out and communicate our thoughts
and feelings, no matter what. If you are giving your partner
room to do this, it is important not to take what they say
personally. See past the negativity to the love in them and hold
a vision of that part of them coming forward. This can do magic,
and you will appreciate it when they do the same for you!

3. Realize That Your Frustration with Them Is an Unlooked-At Part of Yourself

It's easy to blame in relationships. "You did this" or "you didn't do that." But if you look at all the reasons why you want to blame someone else, check in with yourself first. Ask yourself, "Why do I feel this way?" And then say, "Why else could I feel this way?" Ask that question a few times and get to the bottom of it. Then ask, "How am I contributing to this circumstance?" When you can see that you play a part in the process too, you can clean up your side of the tracks. This is a very powerful demonstration that will hopefully inspire your partner to clean up their side of the tracks. There's no better form of inspiration than walking your talk. Like Gandhi said, "Be the change you want to see in the world." This goes for your relationship too.

4. Ask "What Would Love Do Now?"

My bro Jason Mraz wrote a song called "What Would Love Do Now?" -- and that is a great question! If you don't know, stop and ask yourself, "What would love do now?" When you make this question the cornerstone of your relationship and your life and ask this question enough, you will start to get new answers. This is a great way to step into the awareness that putting love first in all your affairs will transcend much of the drama that keeps us in lower-vibration thoughts and activities. The most important time to ask this question is when you feel mad, angry or triggered. I know that Albert and Marion ask themselves this question, whether they are conscious of it or not. But don't trust my word for it; watch "Love Etc." this Sunday on "Super Soul Sunday" and let me know what you think!

My hope for you is that you find the epic love you are looking
for, first within yourself and then out in the world to share.

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