Getting to know the desires and other aspects of their relationship helps partners to discover what ticks them together and what they are missing. These equations are a step in helping them explore their relationships.
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Toronto, CA (PRWEB) June 6, 2006
Brahman Shakti, the author of Secrets Of Loving Relationships, has created two mathematical equations that might further our understanding of Love. These findings may finally help us unlock the mystery of how our need for Love is driven by factors such as commitment, fear and desire.
It all started when he was trying to understand how Love and Fear interact within a relationship and recalled the indifference curve theory. This gave him the idea for the first equation:
Love = Commitment / Fear (or L=C/F)
Difficult relationships are often filled with pain and fear. The more fear there is in a relationship, the less committed partners will be due to anger, hatred and resentment or worse hanging together because of them. Similarly, the less fear there is, the more passion they will experience along with joy, appreciation and hope. By overcoming a relationship's fears, partners can get to relish it at a greater depth.
Some time later Shakti felt the need to expand the original love equation by bringing together concepts from his mystical studies and philosophical research. This formed a new equation:
Commitment = (Space * Time * Energy * Willpower) ^ Desire (or C=(STEW)^D)
– Space: It is critical one does not let a relationship become the boundary of their life, restricting expression of the natural self.
– Time: the longer one maintains and develops a bond, stronger it becomes.
– Energy: is everything invested into a relationship to keep it alive.
– Willpower: life throws its unexpected curves and at some point everyone finds themselves in circumstances not of their choice. From thereon it is up to the person to take control and set the course.
– Desire: Do you truly want this person and does your partner truly want you? Willpower moves but it is Desire which keeps one going when things gets rough. The “^” sign shows Desire has exponential power over everything else. It is the answer to “what you want”, and the basis of the lovers' reality.
– Assumptions: Like all mathematical equations when applied to real situations, these two have an assumption. They are only valid at given points in one's life. This means Love is always evolving and one must be focused to keep it growing. Shakti will also be publishing more details on how to use the Love Equations in relationships at his website BrahmanShakti.com on June 22nd.
"Speaking from a layman's perspective, these equations are helpful in putting Love in simple terms. For example, many people after extensive therapy or traumatic experiences usually find that the root of their problems are subconscious desires which have been long overlooked.”
“Getting to know the desires and other aspects of their relationship helps partners to discover what ticks them together and what they are missing. These equations are a step in helping them explore their relationships.”
Brahman Shakti has been studying Love and Relationships for several years. Before turning to Buddhism, he used to write as "Zakaria Adam". He is the author of the Secrets Of Loving Relationships Special Report, a No-Nonsense 22-pages relationship success guide. To get the Special Report visit SecretsOfLoving.com.
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