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Do you ever find that the most simple relationship tools are actually the most profound ones? Why is it that we often dismiss these tools just because they are so easy?
Given our physical distance from one another, Justin and I are cultivating a whole new relationship with Presence. Because he is in Bali, we are not seeing each other in the regular ole’ day to day, and instead end up only having a few hours each day where we have the opportunity to talk on the phone (we actually use WhatsAp – it is amazing and free). Because of this limited time, what we have noticed is that we are both incredibly present with one another. This “presence” is so satiating and fulfilling!
In this video we explore presence. In our experience, presence is not only giving one another our attention, but it is also how we give this attention. When we are in presence, we are listening, curious, open-hearted, and compassionate. What we are curious about is how difficult it can feel to gift each other this presence when we are in the busyness of living day to day with one another?
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Sending you all our love,
Juna & Justin Milano
When you and your partner have taken extensive time apart, what changes began to emerge in yourself and your relationship? Did you have new perspectives or clarity about certain aspects of your partnership? In the absence of your partner, did you develop a greater appreciation for each other?
Justin is halfway around the world in Bali right now and we have been apart for 2 & 1/2 weeks – the longest we have ever been separated.
Lets be honest Juna, the first week was tough. It felt like someone cut off one of my limbs and trekked it to Bali without my consent. But after that first week of shock (and some core wounds getting triggered), I started to absorb the gifts of this time apart.
Over the last several weeks we both have noticed some powerful changes in ourselves and our relationship. The most undeniable being: greater appreciation for one another. It amazes us how physical distance caters to missing one another, and as a result, appreciating one another in deeper and more meaningful ways.
The other thing that has emerged is greater clarity about reactive and unhealthy ways we were showing up in relationship with one another. It fascinates us how physical distance supports us in seeing clearly and gaining perspectives that can be so hard to see when in the day to day with one another. I am starting to think that taking some extensive time apart each year has many benefits.
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Sending you all our love…
– Juna & Justin Milano
How do we skillfully navigate the emotions or jealousy that arise when our partner has a friend of the opposite sex? What do we do if we feel that our partner might have “more than friendship feelings” for this person?
In this video we explore a topic submitted by one of our viewers. She is having a difficult time trusting her partner as he spends more and more time with a female co-worker. We really appreciate her for sharing this topic with us.
In our experience, the fears around “another woman” (or “another man”) can be delicate territory – meaning that, if we buy into our fears we literally can get swept away into addictive and adrenalized “mind stories” around what is happening or what could happen. These “mind stories” can dangerously captivate us and end up using so much energy. Yet, at the same time, what if our fears are a deep intuition that something is actually going on? How do we make this discernment?
If you have a topic you would like us to explore on camera, feel free to share it here: http://www.dailyrelationship.com/submit-a-topic-2/. For more videos, check out www.DailyRelationship.com, we have over 100 free relationship videos.
– Juna & Justin Milano
Have you and your partner ever been away from each other for an extended period of time? If so, how you do you stay connected even when you are physically apart?
Justin is off to Bali for 2+ months and we are asking ourselves this question. We imagine there will be so many benefits of taking this space apart – creating an opportunity to really get to know ourselves again and deepen into our personal values and goals. Yet, we also desire to maintain our connection while he is halfway around the world.
We have already received some great ideas on how to stay connected: 1. Daily messages or Skype calls. 2. Finding a time each day to meditate together for 5 minutes (this one really feels really sweet). 3. Writing love letters. 4. Setting the calendars on our phones to chime at the same moment each day – as a time to think of one another.
If you have any ideas you would like to share, we would love to hear them. If you want to submit a topic for us to explore on camera you can send them here: http://www.dailyrelationship.com/submit-a-topic-2/. For more free relationship videos go to http://www.DailyRelationship.com. Sending huge love your way,
– Juna & Justin Milano
Do you have beliefs about marriage or relationship that hold you back from speaking your truth or going after your desires? Do you have a voice in your head that says, “Why even share this with my partner? It will never happen.” In this video Justin explores one of his core myths about marriage: that he can’t fully take care of himself and fulfill his deepest needs if he is married.
Over the last few weeks Justin has busted through his myth and generated the courage to share with me a deep desire of his – to take a few months to travel 1/2 way around the world, do some meditation, as well focus on his business. I wholeheartedly support him and can feel that this would be really good for him… And I am having some big feelings about him leaving for 2 months. What Justin is learning is that it is ok for me to have my feelings. My feelings are beautiful- they mean that I love him. And most importantly, my feelings are not a roadblock to him fulfilling his desires.
If you have a topic you would like us to explore on camera, feel free to share it here: DailyRelationship.com/submit-a-topic-2/. For more videos, check out www.DailyRelationship.com, we have over 100 free relationship videos.
– Juna & Justin Milano
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