The basic cause of grievances in our relationships is the result of a mistake in our perception. We identify our relationships on the horizontal plane according to our physical bodies, which is theatrical and symbolic, leaving out the vertical and multidimensional plane, where our relationships are actually taking place.
The dramas and pains, as well as the pleasures and joys of our relationships are the projection of a matrix dwelling in dimensions removed from our perception. What happens on the physical plane is the refraction of processes developed elsewhere, where past, present and future coexist simultaneously.
When we broaden the perspective of what seems to happen on the stage of ordinary life, we begin to recognize what occurs behind the scenes.
This broadening of perspective requires a conscious effort. It implies the ability to recognize the people with whom we relate, including ourselves, on alternative plans to the physical one. It means to understand experientially that the authentic relationship takes place elsewhere, that the essence of every relationship, what we really seek, its deep love, is always available at all times and can never be lost.