The Boundless Power of Unconditional Love

By Monique Rhodes

September 8, 2023

Embracing life's constant flow is the key to unlocking boundless, unconditional love. When we welcome change and see it as an enriching force, our capacity for deep, transformative love becomes limitless, encompassing ourselves, others, and the universe in its entirety.

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  • How do you/should you continue to unconditionally love someone who contacts you mainly when she wants something, expects your unwavering devotion, doesn’t thank you when you change your plans to accommodate her and doesn’t respond in any appreciable way to conversations about your perception of this, no matter how it is presented to her?

    • Hi Andrea, It’s a tough situation, and it’s important to approach it with a balance of compassion and self-care. Unconditional love doesn’t mean allowing yourself to be treated poorly or taken advantage of. It’s perfectly okay, and necessary, to set boundaries in a relationship, even if it’s with someone you love deeply.

      Compassion is a key element of unconditional love, and it involves a deep understanding and acceptance of a person and their suffering, without any expectation of something in return. However, compassion isn’t just for the other person—it’s also for yourself. It’s important to approach the situation with compassion for the other person, recognising that their actions are a result of their own suffering, conditioning, and unmet needs. At the same time, you should also have compassion for yourself, acknowledging your own needs and feelings, and taking care of yourself appropriately.

      Engaging in open and honest communication is crucial. If you haven’t already, express your feelings and set clear boundaries with the person in a non-accusatory and non-judgmental way. If the person is unable or unwilling to engage in a constructive conversation or respect your boundaries, it may be necessary to reevaluate the nature of your relationship with them and consider taking a step back for your own well-being.

      Ultimately, unconditional love is about accepting and loving someone for who they are, without trying to change them. However, it doesn’t mean tolerating disrespectful or hurtful behavior. It’s important to find a balance between having an open heart and setting appropriate boundaries for your own well-being.

      Is that helpful Andrea? 💕

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