My Fertile Valentine: If I Love You…

By on February 13, 2014


What does it mean to love someone? What is the one thing you wish to give to your loved ones and the one thing you wish to receive?



9 Responses to “My Fertile Valentine: If I Love You…”

  1. MiracleHope says:

    Love to me means trusting more than ourselves, blind faith and confidence that gives immense strength to cross any kind of struggle/hurdle easily with their unconditional support and warmth. I would love to receive unconditional support.
    One thing that has been bothering me is I could define love keeping my husband in view but when I think of applying it to my child, I am not sure if I can give that unconditional love, i feel like my love has conditions, i can’t genuinely feel true love….I hate opening myself and saying this but I am afraid this is the truth :-(

  2. ThinkPositive says:

    Loving someone is when my soul connects with all that is outside my mind, outside the noisy part of myself. Love is when i feel that nothing is too hard, and my heart grows to face what is with sheer happiness. I wish my loved ones many, many magical moments like that, moments that feel like i feel when the sun comes out after long and grey winter days. As if a little bird is dancing inside my heart.
    Julia, my work with the OVUM tools generates so many magical moments like that and for that i’ll be always greatful.I just thought this morning, after doing body truth, that you were right during the last call when you said that once you start working with these tools there is no way back. So thank you, thank you!

  3. heather1975teaching says:

    I think loving someone means placing a part of your heart into their body and theirs into yours. It is a gift of trust and faith. To hold a part of someone’s heart is a sacred thing. If I could give one thing to those I love it would to grant them their deepest longing. I would wish for the gift of my deepest longing- a child and family.

  4. Hautbois says:

    Loving someone is cherishing their wholeness — their every part that makes them speak — with an understanding that we are discovering all parts of ourselves in each new day. And we work toward birthing our best selves in each new day.

    I wish to give my loved ones trust, so that they know I love every part of them as they live and breathe and grow. And I wish to receive this trust, too. Our full, rich human selves live and create, with this trust, to make a better world.

    Thank you, Julia, for creating the space for us to see and discover — the space for us to LOVE.

    • Thank you, A. thank you, Heather, Without brave mamas like you, I’d be left to talk to my “imaginary friends.” Not that I don’t enjoy doing that, but there is
      much to be said for flesh and blood companions on our human adventure.

  5. Katy says:

    I have never seen the movie The Notebook but do love this quote from it: “The best love is the kind that awakens the soul and makes us reach for more, that plants a fire in our hearts and brings peace to our minds. And that’s what you’ve given me. That’s what I’d hoped to give you forever.” ―Nicholas Sparks
    Awakens the soul – your work is doing that for me now Julia and for that I love ya :)

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