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How Much Time Do You Have to Be in Your Relationship?

Time is a commodity in short supply depending on how you approach it ...
If you are strict about measuring time by the clock and calendar, there will never be enough hours in a day to create a lifetime of pleasure and purpose ... 
On the other hand, if you choose to Experience time, Being in the moment, you'd transcend the time-space-reality barriers and instead join the Vastness that Is. Here is when time becomes limitless and where all Abundance resides ... Here is where joy, happiness and contentment happens. Here is where we make the difference and fulfill our Destiny ... 
The challenge is that we get distracted from the moment, from Being, by all the noise we create by doing! We put ourselves in a hamster wheel and then wonder why life, and our relationship, feel meaningless and exhausting. To top it off, partners are in their own wheels! We make it impossible to fulfill our commitment to our Journey ... 
This is detrimental to our relationship. It is impossible to synchronize, connect, feel each other, and feel our love if we are in separate worlds and in constant motion. We are moving targets!
It's time to recognize the reality of this, acknowledge its impact, and do repair and rebuilding before the "clock runs out".

Keep reading to learn how to use Time to create a Magnificent relat... 
Remember to look for the MetroRelationship (sm) Assignment to assist you effortlessly make changes and immediately start experiencing the relationship you want!  

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