Guest Author - Susan Helene Kramer
Marriage is a carriage that can take us to the realization of our permanent home. In conscious marriage the couple are aware of this as the ultimate goal of their life together. The marriage is lived with each serving the other's best interests, above their own desires.
When we serve another out of care for their highest good we are aligning with our soul. The greatest love is the purest love, free from desires for personal gain.
Meditation each day gives us control over the ramblings of our mind. The mind becomes our servant, not us the mind's toy. As we practice meditation regularly we begin to feel the inner peace, the lasting calmness that allows us to think clearly and analyze to act with right judgment.
After meditating for some time the calmness extends throughout more and more of the regular day, till we can always turn to that inward, calm, balanced state at a moment's notice and need.
Past the calmness comes joy and bliss and full peace. We experience these transcendent feelings more deeply the more we practice meditation and right living by listening to our conscience.
When each mate spends time in meditation and in acting rightly in accordance with their developing conscience, their union parallels that of the Divine: fully married, inseparable with the highest aspect in themselves and each other.
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Article by Susan Helene Kramer