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Is it possible to have an immortal relationship? If yes, Then how?

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Contributed by : Saha Nathan

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The answer to this is YES. It is possible to build a relationship that is immortal.

The key thing to understand is the route through which it is achievable.

After many years of research on human emotions and body, I have come to understand that one cannot know the other person 100%. One cannot claim to know another person completely. It is not possible. It is not possible as human beings act and react to situations as and when they arise. It is not possible for anyone to have gone through all the possible situations in a given lifetime. Every situation is new, different from the previous and challenging as ever. When such is the case, it becomes nearly impossible to know a person.

It is necessary for two people in a relationship to know that the immortal relationship cannot be built by quenching physical needs and satisfying metal picture of happiness. The minute this is realized and you are in terms with the reality, I say, you are on the path of immortal relationship.

Researchers have found that 98% of human body gets replaced in one year's time. The structure is the same but what makes that structure goes through an inevitable change. But human mind carries the same memories and same picture of life all through the life. The human body and emotions are in function by the source. i.e. Atman, God, Consciousness.

When body, mind and emotions are steered by THE SOURCE, we trying to fulfill jut the bodily cravings or just the mental acumen or just the emotional waves is not going to lead us to our goal. We are trying to satisfy what is being steered, but not what is controlling the components. So what needs to be achieved is THE SOURCE. The source as previously mentioned is Consciousness.

The only way to achieve the IMMORTAL relationship is to relate a person from the source of your being.


About Author
An experienced writer and counselor in relationship management with 15 years of research and development on human relationships and emotions
  • Author of a renowned book, CRM: A Step-by-Step Approach, which is prescribed for graduate programs in 25 Indian universities
  • Speaks frequently on relationships, and his sessions are broadcast daily on Merina America 24-Hour Tamil Radio (www.merina.com)
  • Saha is very passionate about his idols, he practices what he writes.



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    Please e-mail him at saha_crm@yahoo.com or visit his Web site: http://www.thenewbeginningnow.com/


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