Fidelity

When we talk about fidelity, as a general rule, we tend to associate this term with different aspects of a relationship, especially regarding sexuality.

We have always been told that in order to be faithful to your partner you must not cheat on them by being intimate with another person.

However, fidelity or loyalty are not exclusive to romantic or sexual relationships. There are different meanings that may come to mind, such as:


Being faithful to a friend, as well as a company or business… If we stop to think about it, we tend to associate fidelity to how we get involved with something external.

We seek that society, or that person in particular, does not deceive us, that they meet our expectations about how we “believe” a relationship should be.

We also want that person to, just as we would do on occasions, concede to what we want. That is considered fidelity, but what about fidelity to yourself?

True fidelity

If we stop to think about it, we tend to associate fidelity to how we get involved with something external.


We seek that society, or that person in particular, does not deceive us, that they meet our expectations about how we “believe” a relationship should be.

We also want that person to, just as we would do on occasions, concede to what we want. That is considered fidelity, but what about fidelity to yourself?

But be careful not to mix up “self-fidelity” and pride. The latter may cloud our judgement and close ourselves off to new discoveries.

Respecting Ourselves

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When we aim the concept of fidelity towards the external, without being faithful to ourselves, we are blocking ourselves. We give in without respecting ourselves.

In many cases we do this because it is the path that society has established, the easiest and most comfortable way. Self-awareness is a work of love to and for yourself and it requires that you spend time on it throughout your life.

Self-awareness is reflected in what we do, our sexuality, our tastes, our hobbies, our work…

Nakedness

Freedom

We live in the era of innovation, of individuality, freedom, equality, connection with nature and, most importantly, respect for humanity.

It is no longer worth looking the other way because being faithful and knowing you is a fundamental tool for any area of ​​your life that will make you aware of your space and that of others.

Because when you are on this path, you understand that each being is different and deserves the same respect and personal space that you do.

For me, it is being an exciting journey. I never know what I’m going to discover.

Sometimes I find it easier, sometimes not so much, but each discovery helps me and helps me to be constant with myself, to love and value myself.

Because in this way I learn to share and not give in. I get the harmony that I need in my life.

When you start this process you will be aware of the relationships you want to have around you.

You will learn that giving up (nullifying your person for the benefit of the other) is not sharing.

Sharing from a place of love leads us to understand that we are different beings and that each person enriches us with their experiences and wisdom.

And you, how do you live your fidelity?

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