How do you express love?
How do you create authentic intimacy?
How do you build a conscious relationship?
What is your different love language?
With a thorough understanding of the various love languages for couples, this article can help you better understand how to express your love to others.
This article will support you in doing just that.
On top of all of that goodness – we’re also going to throw in an explorative way for you (and/or you and your partner) to deepen your understanding and experience of love through the magic of psilocybin microdosing.
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So… What Are the Many Ways You Can Express Your Love?
Well… I wonder… do you and your partner (or previous partners) share a common love language?
I’m not referring to your mother tongues – but to the many love languages of the soul.
Everybody has a unique method of expressing their emotions.
You may improve the relationships with those you surround yourself with by being aware of the many love languages that are possible for both you and your loved ones.
Whether you feel like you need to continually search for connection in the people you care about…
or you always feel needy without understanding why…
or maybe your relationships don’t feel completely fulfilling to you…
This article will help you see things differently – and provide you with some surprising solutions to some of your experiences around giving and receiving love…
Keep reading to discover the different love languages and learn about your own..
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You can only establish deep and meaningful connections with individuals around you, by first learning to know yourself.
How to establish a conscious relationship?
A conscious relationship is built within yourself, first.
It is very unrealistic to be able to build authentic intimacy with someone else if you don’t first find it within yourself!
Being aware that the work starts from you, with you, already puts you a big step ahead of many. And the willingness to explore and deepen your self-awareness can only support your journey into experiencing deeper levels of love.
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Embarking in a regular microdosing journey can be everything you need to connect deeper with yourself and discover what you truly want, deserve, and need from your relationship. Only once you have clarity can you focus on creating a conscious relationship with someone else, too.
Microdosing doesn’t only have the potent power of allowing you to connect with your authentic self; it also grants access to the many layers of yourself that might be deeply hurt, traumatised, and/or in need of release. It may be harder to find authentic intimacy with another if you are still healing from an abusive marriage, traumas from a jealous partner, or abandonment issues in relationships… and so on.
Psilocybin, the compound found in mushrooms, has the powerful effect of putting you face to face with the whys of your traumas – to help you to truly let go. As we explore more through this article, more about microdosing will be shared.
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It starts from you, but it has a ripple effect that goes beyond space and time!
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The Way to Express Love and Deepen Your Relationships
Once you establish a deeper relationship with yourself, you can focus on creating a conscious relationship with your beloved too.
It takes more than just having a good chat with your lover to express your love.
Different love languages are present in all aspects of daily life, especially in relationships and in experiencing authentic intimacy.
And since they differ from person to person, it is essential to delve more into this subject and identify your own unique style of giving and receiving love, as well as your partner’s, in order to develop a closer understanding and a stronger bond.
Have you ever had a partner leave the bathroom dirty and then surprise you with a gift?
In this situation, you probably would have preferred a clean bathroom to an “unnecessary” gift, making the present useless to you.
What if your partner simply hugged you back in response to your deep loving words?
This doesn’t always suggest that you two aren’t compatible, don’t get along, or don’t have a strong connection.
It simply implies that you and your partner speak different love languages and express your affection in different ways.
Finding out your love language and understanding the different love languages for couples will help you significantly improve your relationship.
Why It is So Important to do This Work?
Understanding yours and your partner’s different love languages is not only incredibly important in order to create authenticity, deeper connection and intimacy; it is also fundamental if you’re healing from a toxic relationship and/or wanting to prevent yourself from entering one.
There is a very big gap between the acceptance of differences and the warning signs of an abusive relationship.
It is important to get informed and understand where you stand in your relationship in order to create awareness, safety, and comfort with your beloved.
The Five Different Love Languages:
- Quality time
- Words of affirmation
- Acts of service
- Physical touch
The main focus of this type of love is cherishing special moments shared with someone.
Your lover is expressing their love for you with quality time if they make you feel appreciated when you are with them.
It could be essential for you to have their full attention
Quality time doesn’t always look the same: Some people only need to cuddle, while others need to find a time during the day to chat about their days, whereas others need to go on a date.
You can tell whether your different love language is quality time by noticing:
- If you don’t spend enough time with your lover, you become unhappy, depressed, or insecure.
- You prioritise spending time with your beloved and creating time for your lover above all else.
- You begin to feel distant from your lover if you don’t spend enough time with them.
Your relationship may benefit from realising that quality time is the way you express your love to your beloved – this is why it’s important to understand what the love languages for couples are.
Try discussing your requirements with your partner and letting them know how important it is for you to spend time with them in order to experience and share love (this love language might be particularly important for you if you have an abandonment wound).
Here are some suggestions for integrating quality time into your relationship:
- Establish a regular pattern where you spend time talking about each other’s days in detail.
- Keep a dating night free on one day of the week.
- Set an earlier alarm so you can spend time together in the morning before you go to work.
Words of affirmation:
Verbal communication is the main focus of this love language.
If you continuously need to hear someone express their love for you, gratitude for you, pleasure in being around you, etc., and if you also feel the need to share it, then this is your unique love language.
If you prioritise words and the way people communicate their love, this is your preferred love language.
You use words of affirmation as your love language if you:
- Need to say “I love you” to your lover at every opportunity and need to hear it back
- When you hear encouraging words, you’ll feel most appreciated, uplifted, and motivated.
- If your lover doesn’t speak lovingly to you, you may feel distant from them.
If this is your love language, sharing how vital it is for you to speak and hear words of affirmation matters.
But keep in mind that not everyone finds it simple to express their emotions out loud.
It may be difficult and challenging for some people to let their hearts and spirits open up.
They merely express it in a different way, and this does not imply that they do not love you.
Be honest about your wants while remaining understanding.
Even though your partner may not express their love for you as frequently as you would want, they may still make time for you when you need them or demonstrate their affection in other ways.
The following are some examples of how to incorporate words of affirmation in your relationship:
- Whenever you greet your beloved or say goodbye, verbally express your love.
- When your partner succeeds, say “well done” or “keep up the good work” (you don’t have to wait for a special occasion; even the little things matter!)
- If frequently declaring “I love you” isn’t your thing, consider complimenting your partner physically (praising their appearance, their smile, or other obvious behaviours that show them you care more than you can convey with words).
Acts of service:
The priority in this love language is action!
No specific time or phrases… when you feel that you are doing something for your loved one that they would actually enjoy, just do what comes from your heart all the way to their heart.
If giving someone a massage after a tough day at work, cleaning the house, or making their day better by helping them out is your love language, it suggests that you genuinely enjoy doing things for the people you care about.
These are signs that acts of service is your love language:
- When a partner assists you with a task, a job, or a time of need, you’ll know you’re truly loved.
- You feel angry when your companion fails to appear for you.
- When you have to beg your significant other to do anything for you, you may feel distant and wish they would just know.
Frequently, we are unable to express what we genuinely want and need because of our ego and pride.
Perhaps you don’t want to tell your partner about it because you assume that they should already know it.
What is evident to you may not be obvious to another, what is necessary to you may not be necessary to your significant other, and vice versa.
This is why it is important to fully understand, and learn to communicate our love languages.
The following are some examples of how to include acts of service in your relationship:
- After a long day at work, give your partner a massage.
- Take the initiative (if your partner regularly prepares meals but is unusually stressed or busy one day. Let them find a prepared meal)
- Provide assistance when required without being asked to
If you need and require physical contact intensely, such as through hugging, kissing, or holding hands, this is your love language.
Yes, most relationships need physical touch.
However, if you genuinely require physicality to feel loved and to show love, rather than just crave it, then this may be your love language.
These are hints that this may be your love language:
- You must continually engage in demonstrations of affection in front of your friends, relatives, and the public by holding hands, hugging, and kissing.
- If your partner won’t engage in physical contact with you, it makes you feel especially distant.
- You feel protected in your relationship when your partner gives you hugs, kisses, or makes love to you.
People can fall into two categories: those who are overly tactile and those who become irritated by excessive touch.
It is important to understand the love languages for couples so you can find a balance.
Finding a balance between you and your partner, where you both feel secure in your love for one another and at ease while expressing it, is incredibly important.
Below are some examples of how to include physical contact in your relationship:
- Make time for romantic activities on a regular basis (if you want to have a deeper sexual relationship with your significant other, talk about it and find time to schedule intimacy).
- Before departing, give a hug or a kiss.
- Hold hands or engage in any other public displays of affection.
This is your love language if you frequently give and receive gifts as a way to express your affection.
It just conveys your appreciation for the thought that went into the gift, regardless of how expensive it might be.
When your partner gives you flowers, chocolates, a movie ticket, your favourite takeout, or that one item you really wanted but didn’t buy for yourself, they are showing you how much they value your presence.
If giving and receiving presents is your love language, then:
- You feel mostly loved, seen, and appreciated whenever you receive something from your lover (it can be anything material).
- You spend a lot of time selecting the most lovely present for your loved one, and you frequently wish you could bring something home with you.
- If your partner doesn’t give you a gift, especially on key occasions (such as your birthday, anniversary, or Valentine’s Day), you may feel quite bereft and distant from them.
It could be more difficult to express this love language to your partner because it can come out as needy.
However, it’s crucial to express how much communicating love this way means to you. It’s important to let your partner know that receiving your favourite slice of cake every now and then makes you feel the most cherished.
Remember to always be transparent and value your needs, no matter what they are!
Feeling safe in your relationship is key.
If you don’t feel secure in your relationship, how can you hope to experience healthy love?
One of the best ways to feel safe, protected, and valued is to know and communicate your needs and deepest desires, but in order to do so, you must first evaluate and understand them.
As already mentioned, there are a number of additional ways to delve deeper into your soul, your traumas, and your needs if you still feel unsure about what your different love language is and how you can safely experience a meaningful relationship with your beloved.
One of the most powerful, natural, transformative tools is psilocybin mushrooms, especially when regularly microdosed.
How Can Psilocybin Microdosing Help
First of all… what is microdosing?
Psilocybin is the compound found in mushrooms, which differentiates the so-called magic mushrooms from regular edible mushrooms.
When done regularly, microdosing can be incredibly transformative and healing – you can read more about the scientific reason of why they have the power to rewire the brain here.
Because they can be so powerful in helping reconfigure ideas, mental and emotional conditioning, dealing with traumas and with overall self-love… embarking on a psilocybin microdosing journey can be key when it comes to figuring out what your love language is, or in understanding how to deepen your relationship with your beloved.
Microdosing psilocybin can be a tool for individual self-transformation that you can experience on your own… but it can also be something you and your partner can start together as a way to deepen your relationship as a couple through embarking on a healing journey together, supporting each other as a team towards mutually supportive growth and evolution.
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