Relationships are a path to spiritual growth, but how can we create these types of partnerships? Bernhard and Laura discuss this question on this episode of the Cosmic Matrix podcast.
In this episode, Bernhard and Laura talk about the popular topic of shadow work, triggers, and projections, outlining the basic tools that one needs to understand and engage in shadow work as well as sharing their reflections on how they handle being triggered and deal with projections coming from other people.
Bernhard Guenther and Laura Matsue talk about discernment in relationships, different types of relationship, what it actually means to be in a “conscious” relationship and how to prepare for one among relating topics (Part 1).
The various manifestation techniques of the New (C)Age Religion are tricky business. Many people unknowingly engage in all kinds of black magic rituals, and thus involuntarily set up “traps of agreement” (contracts) with negative entities.
Relationships take on a whole new level for anyone who has taken the “red pill”, i.e. anyone who is sincerely engaged in seeking truth, self-work and cultural/social de-programming in order to transcend the Matrix on The Path Towards Awakening.
Intimacy is often times mistaken as physical closeness alone: hugging, cuddling, kissing, sex. However, if there is no emotional intimacy (as in emotional relating) and a feeling of safety in a relationship, then physical intimacy can only go that far
This film sheds light into the nature of love, relationships, the “New Age” movement, reality-creation, quantum physics, objectivity vs. subjectivity and how it all relates to the topics of “conspiracy theories”, psychopathy, and the importance of self-work.
Intimate relationships can act like a fast-track in spiritual development, like a catalyst, because much of our unconscious shadow can easily hide as long as we avoid relationships or endlessly look for the “perfect partner” who will never appear.
This is the transcript of our film “Love, Reality, and the Time of Transition”.
Written by Bernhard Guenther.