How to Create Your Soul Mate w Your Current Partner, couples

Relationship help to revitalize and discover hot monogamy. Step by step with time tested effective methods. Find LOVE!
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Published 8/2015 English

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“This course is not sponsored by or affiliated with Udemy, Inc.” A relationship help class to revitalize your marriage or relationship right into hot monogamy. Find your soul mate in your very own home. This class is designed for a couple to experience together. You will learn effective communication, fair fighting, and how to deepen your emotional intimacy. Your relationship will revitalize into HOT monogamy. Find your soul mate in your very own home with this relationship help course. Get the love you deserve.

If we ignore pleasure, we are not fully developed emotionally. Pleasure is a wonderful ingredient in a healthy relationship. Today we sometimes get the message, “men give pleasure and women receive." Some men don't give themselves permission to receive pleasure. When they do, their relationship deepens and becomes more intimate and solid.

Pleasure makes us whole.

Some relationship help enhancement exercises in this class:

1. Talking, sharing from the heart, and even working through issues together can increase our emotional intimacy.

2. Breathe together: Take time to BE together. Notice each other's breath. Close out the hectic/everyday world and just be with each other.

3. Heart salute: Sharing what pleases you about your partner.

4. Four hour pleasure homework: THE BEST PART.

Let's go see………….

What are the requirements?

  • The one thing you need to know before taking this class is: "I want to experience the feeling of being connected with my partner that is like we are one soul. I want to feel joy and ecstasy in our love life."

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Experience increased emotional intimacy. Emotional intimacy can be a most enjoyable experience. Emotional intimacy is being completely open and honest with another human being. It is sharing your authenticity, your hopes and dreams, your inner you.
  • Revitalize your relationship right into hot monogamy. Relationship help to communicate effectively, resolve issues, and know yourself.

What is the target audience?

  • Any couple wishing to revitalize and deepen their relationship will love this course. It will increase your communication, deepen your emotional intimacy, open your paths for sharing innermost thoughts, increase your ability to give and receive pleasure, and awaken your sexual passion.

What you get with this course?

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Curriculum

Section 1: True LOVE. Soul Mate Connection. Get Your Instructions Here.
02:22

Would it not be wonderful to feel your partner is your “soul mate?” Have you ever experienced a soul mate connection? Do you know anyone who has? Yes, I have. And I believe soul mate connections are not one for a life time. I believe soul mate connections do not just happen. Perhaps soul mate connections (that feeling you are one with another human being) can be created. I believe! Do you want to try? Deepening your relationship emotional intimacy will allow the soul mate connection to appear.

04:13

Quick tour of the Udemy class page. I was confused at first, so I hope this will help make your navigating the class a little smoother. Thank you for joining me.

Sneak peek of the Heart Salute. Deepen emotional intimacy for relationship help.
Preview
03:11
Section 2: Maximize Your Similarities, Appreciate Your Differences, and The Glitch or Hitch
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I am not talking so much about "opposites attract" as a difference in personality. Perhaps we are forgetting the positive feelings we had for just the personality trait with which we are now upset. We may, over time, decide this personality trait is just not so exciting. I would like to propose we take another look at the personality of our partner and of ourselves to explore those differences in a new light. I am proposing we can appreciate our differences and maximize our similarities. Instead of fighting over how we are different, use the differences in how we choose to be in the world to enhance our relationship.


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You can't touch it, but it affects how you feel. You can't see it, but it's there when you look at yourself in the mirror. You can't hear it, but it's there every time you talk about yourself. What is this important but mysterious thing? It affects every aspect of your life.

Section 3: Effective Communication for Relationship Joy
06:21

Communication can be the most important aspect of any relationship.

Congratulations! You are taking the initiative to commence a journey leading to a healthier relationship. Changing a behavior is not easy.

We have communicated in a certain way since birth. Changing that method of behavior takes concentration and time.

The change can yield positive and rewarding results as we learn to effectively communicate our needs and feelings.

Adopting a new way of communication can be tedious. It is a though you went to the dentist, and the dentist told you that the way you have brushed your teeth for years and years was all wrong. The dentist says, don't brush up and down. Brush down, down, down on the top and up, up, up on the bottom.” Changing that method will force you to slow down and concentrate.

05:47

We communicate in many ways, there are numerous communication styles

Body language in one of them. There are classes offered to teach us to read body language. We can tell if someone is angry or sad by looking at their body.

Our tone of voice is a communication tool, as are our eyes.

We are told even how we point our feet can be a source of communication. Do we like someone or not, our feel may tell the tale.

Communication can be aggressive, passive, assertive, or passive aggressive.

This lesson will explore the difference in these communication styles. How do they relate to relationship and creating a soul mate? Let do see.

05:46

Life filters are ways we learn to speak, listen, express anger, and communication using other methods. We learn to interpret certain tones of voice, words, and ways of saying things as we grow up. It can be a family thing or a country pattern. If we don't check with the other person to be sure we are hearing what they want us to hear, our life filters may mislead us into misinterpreting what is said. This lesson will explore that.


04:34

Our communication guide helps you talk so your finger doesn't come out and wag, even in your tone of voice. It helps the other person hear what you want them to hear. They repeat back to you what they hear you say or hear you feeling. This is “reflective listening,” you state back the jest of what you heard or the emotion you heard. Keep it short. Then if that is not what A meant for you to hear, person A will say “NO that is not what I wanted you to hear” and repeat the statement in a different way or using different words so that his/her statement can be better understood.

We talk and listen through our “life filters.” What one person says and intends to be heard may be totally different than what the receiver hears. The reflective listening confirms if the message was heard in the way in which the speaker intended.

01:51

Communication is the key to letting others know how we feel and what we need. We communicate in many ways. Our body language and our walk can communicate who we are, how we are feeling, and the condition of our health. Our eyes communicate feelings and opinions. Even sighs and groans communicate. The way we touch, or do not touch, tells others about us. Our words are not the only communication tools we use.

We will address how to learn to use our words in order to communicate in a way others can hear. We will also learn to communicate in a way that will allow us to feel heard. In an assertive way that gets our needs and wishes heard and perhaps met in a healthy way that will enhance your relationship and bring you closer together. Remember, you may agree to disagree, there is no wrong, just right and right. You can experience the same event and have a totally different memory of the event. Not right and wrong but different.

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Keep the statements about yourself and your feelings, not about the other person's shortcomings. Keep this clear in all the sections of this exercise.

The “I feel” part needs to be an emotion, not a physical feeling or a “think.” Use your feelings cheat sheet and take your time. Some people are not in touch with their emotions. Feelings just ARE. They are not right, and they are not wrong. They are not good or bad. They can feel good or feel bad. Feelings are always there. They are sometime quiet, calm, and not obvious. Other times they are like a hurricane. However, you are always feeling SOMETHING. If you have trouble getting in touch with your feelings, practice all through the day, ask yourself every few minutes or on the hour “what am I feeling now?” This will help to identify (for us and for our listener) why we are feeling this way. Again, keep it short.

The “and I want” part of the communication format well tell the listener what you really want. It will also identify your yourself what your needs are around this issue.

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FRIENDLY

SAD

SCARED

PROUD

CONFUSED

ANGRY

SHY

RUSHED

LOVING

CALM

SILLY

SURPRISED

HAPPY

SMUG

ANNOYED

GRUMPY

PERPLEXED

EXCITED

DISAPPOINTED

PLEASED

Section 4: Resolution vs Revolution-Fair Fighting
06:10

Foolish fighting usually goes nowhere – just around and around –resolving nothing.

Communication may escalate into violent behaviors.

This lesson explores unproductive ways to fight. Distorted thinking patterns and irrational ideas are also addressed. If you understand the unproductive fighting patterns you can then notice the ones that are fair fighting methods.

03:51

Productive Fighting

Productive fighting is a form of communication that resolves issues. When fighting productively we use assertive communication and stays focused on the problem. Fighting productively will get issues resolved and partners will feel heard.

There are rules to “fighting” fair and productive. Following are some of those rules.

If you want to resolve an issue in your fighting,

Avoid a power struggle.

ONE BIG RULE; YOU CAN agree to disagree


07:07

Within a relationship, each partner possesses personal rights. A healthy relationship allows each partner to remain an individual.

The partners are together because they want to be together -- not because they need to be together.

Each partner has their own personal boundaries and the right to respect and privacy.

In a healthy relationship, trust is automatic.

However, sometimes distorted thinking, irrational ideas, or mistaken assumptions hinder our ability to trust and to partake in a healthy relationship.

Respecting your partners rights and personally asserted boundaries will be essential to create a soul mate connection….

03:05

If one partner feels a need for a time out…or a need to stop the communication process, here is a good way to make the time- out positive.

You may need a time out to cool off or even just to collect your thoughts. You may want to check your own self-talk and review what you want to say in a calm quiet place so the discussion stays positive and productive.

Anyone can call a time out for any reason-just say “I want a time-out”

03:41

HOMEWORK; This is the best part.

Here are some dirty, foolish, nasty fighting tricks to try our for size.

They will hurt your relationship, they will stop any communication, they will surely cause frustration,

confusion, and/or anger…..not a pretty picture. I would like you to try them out and see how they feel for you.

See if they feel familiar, see how communication is derailed and resolution of issues is sidetracked.

Spend about 15 minutes each day for a week play-acting these.

Give them your all….go to the max.

Pretend you are another couple and play-act the scene.

Maybe take a situation some friends had to deal with.

Make up a scene or event.

Do not use your own unresolved issues for this.

Notice how these methods STOP communication.

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Here is a list of communication messages that will STOP the progress

cold;

Recommending,

arguing,

warning,

threatening,

ordering,

giving the solution,

lecturing,

instructing,

advice,

commanding,

preaching,

moralizing,

obliging,

kidding and teasing,

sarcasm,

psychoanalyzing,

interrupting,

making a joke of the issue.

And using logic to be right.

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ONE BIG RULE; YOU CAN agree to disagree

Remember Kindergarten? Okay deep breathe. YES I did say

Kindergarten; Some of the rules for living together safely and lovingly we learned in Kindergarten. Think about it –we learned to share, to say please, to take a nap, and flush. Most of all keep the discussion/fight positive, remember this is the person who loves you and who you love.

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Rules for Productive Fighting

There are rules to “fighting” fair and productive. Following are some of those rules.

1. First rule- take turns.

One person talks at a time. The other listens. Chapter one in this


program teaches reflective listening. If you have studied that chapter, get out the communication guide and feelings cheat sheet to help with this project. The guide will help you take turns and listen.

2. Practice reflective listening. Make sure your understanding of the speakers statement is clear by repeating back to the speaker what you feel you heard and give the speaker a chance to say “that is/or was not” what I wanted you to hear. If the answer is “no” then the speaker can repeat the statement, perhaps in another way. Remember, as you learned in Chapter One, we listen and speak through our life filters. If the listener hears differently than the speaker intended, it is not spoken wrong or heard wrong. ONLY DIFFERENT.

3. Stay focused on the issue you agreed to discuss, try not to generalize or bring up other issues. If other subjects come up remember to write then down for later.

4. Set you boundaries together and each one observe those rules. Respect each other's rights to say no or yes. Respect each other's right to take a break or discuss the issue later.

5. Be honest with yourself and your partner.

6. If you need a time out ask for it and if you are asked for a time out –

respect that need.

7. Give respect that is how you get respect.

8. No physical violence, or emotional violence – like threats, names calling, finger pointing, or yelling. Keep the “hooks” out of your statements. We learned about hooks in Chapter ONE. A hook goes like this. You might say “Oh you are wearing that dress I gave you---finally.” The “finally” is the hook. It makes the statement negative and possible hurtful. Keep the hooks out of you communication especially when you are trying to resolve an issue.

9. Admit when you are mistaken…it is human. Last time I checked it was

quite okay to be human.


10. Agree there is no right and wrong. If you HAVE to be right it may

stop communication and prevent any resolution. Remember you can agree to disagree. No right and wrong, just right and right and different.

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Spend about 15 minutes each day for a week play-acting these.

Give them your all….go to the max. Pretend you are another couple and play-act the scene. Maybe take a situation some friends had to deal with.

Make up a scene or event. Do not use your own unresolved issues for this.

Notice how these methods STOP communication.
Section 5: Deepening the Emotional Intimacy in Your Relationship
04:02

Breathe:

In this exercise, partners will lay together in the spoon position. The female in front. In Tantra, the woman is the “Shakti,” and the male is the “Shiva.” The Shiva is in charge of creating a safe space for his Shakti and the Shakti is in charge of the pace.


The Shakti will begin to breathe loud enough for her Shiva to hear. Shiva will then coordinate his breathing with hers. Spend about 15-20 minutes with this exercise.

This can be done just before you go to sleep, or it can be used to connect and be on the same wavelength before a sexual time.

Again, this is not a timed event. Keep it about breathing, not touching. Take as much time as you like. This exercise increases emotional intimacy, and it is not meant to be physical intimacy or sexual. It also nurtures trust in your relationship. This exercise helps both partners to “trust” the other cares enough to just BE together. The partner cares about you enough to notice your breathing or breathe with you. Just BE together. Close out the world for a few moments and sink into each other.

03:19

Heart Salute

In this exercise, you will sit as you were for the communication exercise. Yabyum is good here, too. Create a quiet space, perhaps your sacred safe space if you have time. Sit face-to-face. In this space, put your right hands on each other's heart. Look deep into each other's eyes. Spend a few minutes just being together. Coordinating your breathing will increase the intimacy of this exercise.

Now spend about five minutes each answering the following;

-What you love about your partner.
-What you appreciate about your partner.
-What you admire about your partner.

Add any other comment you would like.

The partner doing the listening simply listens. The listening partner checks in with themselves. Notice what you are feeling. Are you able to let these messages into your heart?

When partner one is finished, partner two responds with “thank you,” or something else appropriate. Again, no fixing, no response statements, only acknowledging you “heard” your partner.


Partner two now has a turn.

-What you love about your partner.

-What you appreciate about your partner.

-What you admire about your partner.

Add any other comment you would like to add.

Partner One responds with an appropriate “I hear you” statement.

Take your time. Add whatever you would like. This is your appreciation and admiration time. End with a hug, and take your time. This exercise should be done each day. A good time may be before bedtime or to get you “started in the morning.” What a wonderful way to start the day by being appreciated and admired
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Heart Salute

In this exercise, you will sit as you were for the communication exercise. Yabyum is good here, too. Create a quiet space, perhaps your sacred safe space if you have time. Sit face-to-face. In this space, put your right hands on each other's heart. Look deep into each other's eyes. Spend a few minutes just being together. Coordinating your breathing will increase the intimacy of this exercise.

Now spend about five minutes each answering the following;

-What you love about your partner.
-What you appreciate about your partner.
-What you admire about your partner.

Add any other comment you would like.

The partner doing the listening simply listens. The listening partner checks in with themselves. Notice what you are feeling. Are you able to let these messages into your heart?

When partner one is finished, partner two responds with “thank you,” or something else appropriate. Again, no fixing, no response statements, only acknowledging you “heard” your partner.

Partner two now has a turn.

-What you love about your partner.

-What you appreciate about your partner.

-What you admire about your partner.

Add any other comment you would like to add.

Partner One responds with an appropriate “I hear you” statement.

Take your time. Add whatever you would like. This is your appreciation and admiration time. End with a hug, and take your time. This exercise should be done each day. A good time may be before bedtime or to get you “started in the morning.” What a wonderful way to start the day by being appreciated and admired
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Breathe:

In this exercise, partners will lay together in the spoon position. The female in front. In Tantra, the woman is the “Shakti,” and the male is the “Shiva.” The Shiva is in charge of creating a safe space for his Shakti and the Shakti is in charge of the pace.

The Shakti will begin to breathe loud enough for her Shiva to hear. Shiva will then coordinate his breathing with hers. Spend about 15-20 minutes with this exercise.

This can be done just before you go to sleep, or it can be used to connect and be on the same wavelength before a sexual time.

Again, this is not a timed event. Keep it about breathing, not touching. Take as much time as you like. This exercise increases emotional intimacy, and it is not meant to be physical intimacy or sexual. It also nurtures trust in your relationship. This exercise helps both partners to “trust” the other cares enough to just BE together. The partner cares about you enough to notice your breathing or breathe with you. Just BE together. Close out the world for a few moments and sink into each other.

Section 6: Real Talking Together
07:13

Sacred Safe Space Talking.

This exercise will introduce the Tantra procedure of creating safe, sacred space. Both partners will decide on a space in your home that will be private and uninterrupted for about an hour. Use scarves, or something like scarves, and make a border or boundary around the area. It can be on the living room floor with pillows to sit on, in the bedroom, or on a bed. You will be sitting facing each other.

When the safe space boundary has been established, the ambiance should be soft and quiet, complete with soft lights and soft music. I would like to suggest candles and/or incense that smell pleasant to both of you. Both partners will then remove from the sacred space


the attributes they do not want in their communication space. See the suggestions for removal and addition of attributes to your safe space below.

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Removal Suggestions:

Negativity, judging, aggression, pessimism, criticism, Etc., all the negative attributes you do not want in your sacred safe space.


ADD in Suggestions:

Acceptance, love, caring, compassion, gentleness, optimism, love, etc., all the positive attributes you would like to experience in your sacred safe space.

Talking together suggestions
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Section 8: Four Hour Homework...Experience the Pleasure
02:05

A great soul mate connection often just happens, but keeping that connection alive and sizzling takes attention and the right ingredients. I love to see couples come together with the help of my tools. I have the secrets to a happy sexessful marriage. Love happens. I adore watching the hope return and hear how communication improved or the emotional intimacy had deepened.



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Shopping for Pleasure Homework

Massage oil or lotion
Candles or incense
Bubble bath
Music to love by
Massage table (if possible)
Something wonderful to drink (preferably not alcohol)
Food to feed each other-get creative not expensive
Feather to use in the pleasure process
Silk-again for pleasuring

02:04

This first part of the four-hour homework exercise will be a bubble bath. You will incorporate all five senses into the bath. If a tub is not available, get creative with your shower. Stick to the list below as much as you can. Maybe you can even muster up warm towels. Perhaps get them right out of the dryer. Is the tub too small? Get real-just be cozy.

Something for smell-incense, fragrant candles.
Sight -candles,
Touch-bubbles and warm water,
Hearing –music, soft and romantic,
Taste- glass of something wonderful to drink.

During the bubble bath, relax and enjoy touching. For instance, you could talk about when you first met. Discuss what you remember about that first look or meeting and what attracted you to each other. Can you even remember what you were wearing or a song that was playing? Keep this positive and nurturing. Take your time.

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The food and massage part can be switched depending on your hunger. The food should be something you can eat with your fingers and something easy to feed each other. Some food ideas include fruit cut to bite size, PB&J sandwiches in small squares, dips, vegetables cut small-get creative and inexpensive here. Take your time and just enjoy the fun of eating together, the pleasure of feeding each other, and the joy of being together.

NICE GAME to try, include pudding in your food list. There are two rules: You cannot feed yourself, and you cannot clean up your body if the pudding “accidentally” spills somewhere.

OKAY, FOUR-HOUR homework is complete….intercourse admissible-like you needed my permission.

Enjoy

02:57

Mutual massage is the second phase of your four-hour homework. It would be wonderful if you had watched a massage video before the day of your pleasuring, especially if you do not have massage experience. If you are a lover of massage, you can just pleasure your partner with the moves you enjoy.

Massage tables are the best. That way one partner is not getting all kinked up rolling around on the floor or crawling over the partner of the bed. See if you can borrow one if you do not own one.

A massage oil with fragrance is wonderful. If you prefer lotion, then use that. Make sure you both like the fragrance. Talk about your preferences. Perhaps one of you will want oil and one lotion. If you have a small incense warmer, the oil can be heated for a wonderful sensual touch. A light oil of any kind will work. The massage are should be warm with soft lights and soft music. You may want to create sacred space for this exercise.


Remember: always take your time through this exercise. One big no-no rule, no intercourse-and again, you can do it! Just enjoy the touch. Sink into the pleasure of human touch. Allow the pleasure to seep into your every cell. Communicate about what you are loving, wanting more of, and wanting less of.

Section 9: More
04:07

Sometimes it is the quiet times that feel the best. Being accepted by another human without strings or ulterior motives. Allowing reality of existence, no pretending, just the true self. No need for walls or masks. Being myself. My inner beauty shines much brighter than any outer shell we could imagine. Feeling good from the inside. Being real. Showing myself and knowing I will be loved. Quietly authentically me, that feels the best.


02:13

Now take time to make yourself some promises.

Repeat after me:

*I promise to remember I am in charge of my life.
*I am in control of my environment, and I am in control of who shares my space.
*Regardless of what has happened in my past, I am in charge now.
*I promise to confront anyone in my life who is abusive and/or does not express respect for my privacy.
*I promise to demand respect for myself and for my children.

*I promise to notice and honor feelings because they are real, mine, and right. My feelings tell me what is going on in my world.
*I promise to take responsibility for my emotional health, actions, and behaviors.

*I promise to pay attention to the quality of people I let into my life.


Section 10: Bonus Section
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Suggested Reading;

Unfinished Business by Maggie Scarf

Intimate Partners:Patterns of Love and Marriage by Maggie Scarf

How to Listen so your Kids will Talk and How to Talk so your Kids Will Listen by Adel Faber and Elaine Mazlish

101 Romantic Nights of Great Romance: Secret Sealed Seductions for Fun-Loving Couples by Laura Corn

Tantra Secrets for Men by Kerry Riley with Diane Riley

Nonviolent Communication-A Language of Life by Marshall B. Rosenberg Ph.D

Tantra – The Art of Conscious Loving by Charles and Caroline Muir

Hot Monogamy – Essential Steps to More Passionate, Intimate,

Lovemaking by Patricia Love, MD and Jo Robinson

Co-dependant No More by Melodie Beattie

Please Understand Me-Character and Temperament Types by

David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates

Gifts Differing-Understanding Personality Types by Isabel Briggs Myers


Visit the Free Help sections of my website for self help and free articles

www.program4angermanagement.com/freehelp
www.yvonnesinclair.com/freehelp

Other helpful places:

www.everydayhealth.com/depression/understanding.aspx
www.keirsey.com for a free short personality profile

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/EVaughn free archived broadcasts



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Sometimes relationships need a little tune-up. We may get involved in life in general, daily living and keeping up with family. One day we are aware our relationship is not spicy anymore. We can look elsewhere for “spice,” but that usually means the end of our current relationship. If we put a little time, attention, and energy into the partnership we are in now, we can make it even better than spicy. We can have Hot Monogamy with great effective communication and emotional intimacy. Give it a try. Here are ten hints on how to begin your relationship enhancement evolution.

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Recapturing that “in love” feeling takes time and attention. It takes prioritizing “life” and perhaps missing soccer practice to take care of the parent's relationship and assuring that the soccer player has a secure and loving home.


Communication is the key to keeping a relationship alive and well. Learn to speak the language of love so that you and your partner are on the same page emotionally and sexually once again. Reawaken your “in love.”

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Spring is a great time to incorporate your five senses into your relationship enhancement agenda. Mother Nature assists you with everything bursting in bloom, soft breezes, and birds voicing joy.

Enjoying the season's plethora of sensory opportunities with your significant other can be a wonderful relationship enhancement. Slowing down your world to smell the roses together will allow for intimacy. The comfortable weather allows the two of you to have a glass of something tasty on the patio while watching and listening to the surroundings together. Spend time and effort communicating what brings you pleasure. In California, a drive in the foothills would show the new spring green bursting from every tree, poppies growing along the road, and bright skies. Wherever you live, a day drive in spring can awaken your senses. Taking the drive with your mate can increase your awareness of each other, can allow you to learn what brings each of you joy, and can increase your communication skills. All of these advantages will also deepen your emotional intimacy. The time need not be an expensive, planned, or complicated journey. Learning to be together without an agenda allows emotional intimacy to grow.

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It could be so wonderful, this rebirth, this rekindling of love and joy. IT could be a new beginning until the end, a true caring and connection like no other. More real than mother love, more deep than new lovers love, more intense than any other feeling.


Yes, ALIVE that is how two people feel when they care, truly care, about each other-alive. Every pore, every nerve, ever cell, vibrating with attention and validation. Could be. Could be. Could be?

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Instructor Biography

Yvonne Sinclair M.A., LMFT, 22 yrs Counseling Families, Kids, Anger, Parenting, Couples,

Yvonne Sinclair M.A., LMFT, CAMS1, CDVS1

*Licensed Marriage Family and Child Counseling-CA, *Certified Anger Management Specialist, *Certified Domestic Violence Specialist, *Masters in Counseling Psychology,*Director of Lincoln Counseling Center, Lincoln, CA, *Certified Sand Tray World Play Therapist, *Author, *Webmaster.

Hi! I am Yvonne Sinclair. This year marks my fiftieth year in the healing professions. I have been teaching anger management and revitalizing the lives of couples since 1993. I have training and expertise in abuse counseling. I am the author of several court ordered classes on my website. In my private practice I work with parents, foster parents, co-parenting for divorced parents, single parents, and grandparents caring for grandchildren.

I have seen a little of life and my life experience and successful career assist in knowing what tools you might need to acquire the relationship happiness you are seeking.

After 30 years in the physical healing professions, I realized healing our inner self was of utmost importance. Physical health is affected by our emotional health and vice versa. I listened to my patients tell about relationship, family, and personal concerns. I did not have the knowledge to help them and decided I wanted to do just that. I am now a Licensed Marriage Family and Child Counselor in California with a Master in Counseling Psychology.

My need to change my life work and the adventure of completing that process helps me support clients in their need for change. I have lived on a farm, and in a city. I have both been married and lived alone. I have had a soul mate connection and a bad choice for relationship. I have lost a love and know the deep pain that accompanies that loss. I am a parent of two children and a Nana of four. I have been a parent, step-parent, and foster parent.

The Reason I Became a Health Professional

Being a healer, whether physical, emotional, spiritual, or mental, is a rewarding path. Assisting others in finding their inner true self, their "muchness" is what I am all about. I enjoy watching another soul discover they are wonderful, worth loving, and outstanding. Guiding that soul to themselves is a joyful ecstatic experience for me.

It makes my day to be contacted by former clients to be told they are doing wonderfully well. I will welcome the chance to add you to the successful clients I have known.

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