3 Most Common Relationship Mistakes

by Gareth

August 28, 2020

Here are a few shares of things that I’ve enjoyed over the last two weeks.

Chef’s Table. (On Netflix).

The search for beautiful, inspiring and uplifting content continues, and it seems (for now) to always lead back to food shows. This might not be new for you, but the recommended episodes are:

  • Season 1 Ep 1 – rated the best restaurant in the world amazingly well-shot video of Italian Food.
  • Season 1 Ep 2 – features Dan Barbour tackling a vitally important topic of how our tastes need to adapt to whats farmed and produced locally. This is a massive global problem that has a huge impact on our planet.
  • Season 2 Ep 4 – When I lived in Oaxaca, Mexico, a friend and I went to dinner at Criollo. We experienced the 15-course tasting menu.

Jesse Elder's Primelight 4-phase meditation.

I'm really resonating with Jesse Elder's work and we've been adding some of his content to The Mind Vault. This meditation is worth a listen when you have 15 mins to lie down, relax and enjoy a powerful guided meditation.

3 Most Common Relationship Mistakes

This week I interviewed Araminta in our Facebook group. She shared the 3 most common mistakes she sees people making in relationships.
Below is a link to the replay

From this event, we took some questions that we're going to be unpacking in our first 11:11 event taking place on Saturday.

In this 90-Minute video training Araminta will be guiding you to:

♥️ Overcome fear, so that you learn to own your desires and handle receiving "no's"
♥️ Heal from past experiences so that you can reframe your story about relationships
♥️ Understand your shadow, simple tools that you can use to track the parts of yourself that could be self-sabotaging your relationships
♥️ Declutter: some self-love practises that you can use in your life right now to celebrate and release any old entanglements you might still be carrying from past connections.

If you want to access this 90-Minute Relationship Masterclass click the button below. It's available for just $11.11.

Live More Perfect Days Podcast

Last week we left Lake Atitlan for the first time in 8 months on an overnight trip to Guatemala City. To buy this:

Keep a lookout for the Live More Perfect Days podcast that's going to be launching soon!

See you next week.


About the author

Gareth is a Lifestyle Designer, a Perfect Day chaser and a minimalist. Based in Guatemala his highest joy is creating content that helps and inspires people to Live More Perfect Days.

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