Relationship Advice - What's Your Motivation?





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Published on May 18, 2012

Relationship Advice -- http://www.noahhammond.com Today, I am going to be talking about relationship advice and the underlying motivation of your relationship.

It is very critical to take a consciousness to this subject because if you do not know why or you are not clear on what your underlying motivations are behind relationships, it's going to be something that potentially POISONS a relationship or your life.

It may in the end, not serve you. It can be avoided by simply brining your conscious attention to this subject.

The Motivation Behind Your Relationship

What is YOUR motivation?

Do you want to feel loved? Do you want to be loved? Do you want to express love? Do you feel incomplete inside yourself with your love and you are looking for it in another?

Do you feel more confident and maybe your attractive partner at your side allows you to feel that confidence? Do you want to feel more successful and maybe having a partner by your side makes you feel more successful? Do you want to feel more safe and secure and having that lover by you makes you feel safe and secure?

What is your motivation for being in a relationship?

The key thing to understand once you have recognized your own motivations and why you are searching for a relationship is this:

ANY relationship that is founded on the need or lack of something inside yourself is going to be ultimately a toxic relationship for yourself, or for your partner, or for both of you.

A truly blissful and divine relationship is created when two whole, complete, joyous, happy, and expressed people come together to bring each other to even GREATER heights of manifestation, creation, happiness, enthusiasm, and support.

But the CRITICAL component is being whole, happy, complete and joyous on your own, inside yourself, before you seek this in another.

So, I ask you again. What is the motivation for your relationship?

This is some of the most FUNDAMENTAL and CRITICAL relationship advice you can receive. It is really the beginning of relationship advice.

The first relationship that you need to cultivate powerfully is the relationship that you have with yourself. You need to have a whole, happy, joyous, loving, expressed, complete, and grateful relationship with YOURSELF.

Then, you can go share this with another.

If you feel like one of your motivations for a relationship may have been out of lack, need, and seeking completion in another, I invite you to see what those areas are and commit to working on those areas for yourself...

Being OK with being alone for a period of time while you do your own internal work so that you can heal whatever that needs to be healed and return to your natural state of balance, self-confident, and self-love.

Spending time on your own will allow you to do powerful emotional healing.

When we came out of the womb, we did not have these wounds. These wounds were created by societal conditioning, unloving experiences we had early on in life, programming of all sorts from our parents, peers, movies, TV, and society.

All these things created DISCONNECTION within us.

Ask yourself the question:

"What is my motivation for relationship?"

See what that light shines on inside you. Then, commit to doing the work. What you are ultimately going to receive at the end of this work is the ability to manifest your IDEAL relationship, experience a love in a partner like you have NEVER seen before.

Also, if you already feel TOTALLY complete, but are looking for a little tip on how to be attractive, make sur to watch my other video which should enlighten you on the subject.

For the full article, please visit my website here:


Thanks and talk soon!

Noah Hammond



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