“Marriage is an individual spiritual path that two soulmates take together”
Most people are used to a simple definition of marriage such as “a lifetime institution conceived of, comprised of, and created together by two people, and legitimized by the govt and/or by religious authority …” and those are true…to a point.
If marriage was like purchasing a car or forming a business partnership those would be just fine. But marriage is the most incredible gift God has given us and has definite purposes along with a definite science that allows us to achieve the ultimate goal of marital bliss.
When I was a divorce mediator (over 20 years ago) I believed in divorce and thought that marriage counselors who used western psychology knew about and understood marriage. I love them because they want to serve, but psychology is all wrong for marriage. And, although religious guidance is better, the science that serves us is a combination of material science and spiritual science that will bring you the benefits of marriage we sign up for when we say “I do”.
Spiritual doesn’t mean religion.
I love all religions, but when I use the term spiritual for marriage, it is love, and happiness I am talking about. Both are spiritual by definition. You can’t touch them but with your very soul you can feel them.
Let's break it down:
1. We got married to be happy and live in love.
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2. We are souls
3. A spiritual path is one lived in happiness and love
4. Marriage is more than a lifetime agreement
5. God wants us to be happy
Commonly Found Marriage Definitions
The reason I have provided the above is that the true definition of marriage has become mired in either religious or secular agendas. Any of the links below will show you useless definitions for marriage:
We are human beings, a very special creation who can live in love and happiness because we have free will and…and here is where it gets interesting. Until we learn how to run our marriage we get all sidetracked and miss the ways. To remedy that almost universal problem I have put together “ultimate” studies for both engaged couples and newlyweds and those who are struggling to revitalize their marriage. Just visit our website and look around. We all deserve the best.