3 Tips To Make Your Relationship North Star

If you’re not growing in the same direction, you’re gonna grow apart.

It’s a sad reality that even the most loving couples can find themselves drifting apart over time. Just take a look at the soaring divorce rates and relationships falling apart around us.


But fear not, There’s a way to avoid this messy situation.

Imagine making your relationship as your very own North Star, a guiding light that you both focus on together.

Doing this is all about sharing a vision, having shared goals, and being on the same page. When life gets tough and throws those inevitable curveballs your way, remember that you and your partner are on the same team, heading in the same direction.

Now, you might be wondering why all of this matters. Well, let me dive into a little metaphysics and manifestation talk here. 

You see…where you’re looking is where you’re going. 

If you and your partner aren’t looking in the same direction, you won’t reach your destination together. During those challenging moments, it’s tempting to just throw in the towel and call it quits. But instead, remind yourself that you’re on this journey together.


Take a deep breath, gather yourselves, and have an open conversation. 


Reconnect with each other and remember where you’re both headed. How can you ensure that your relationship is pulling in the same direction? 

We’ve got three simple tips for you that can make all the difference.

First and foremost, set aside regular time to discuss your goals, dreams, and desires. 

Whether it’s once a month, once a week, or even quarterly, make it a priority to sit down together and share your visions for the future. Do you envision starting a family? Building a beautiful home? Traveling the world? Keep these shared aspirations alive and revisit them regularly. It will help keep your relationship grounded and focused.

Next up, it’s time to take personal responsibility for how things are going. Own up to your own happiness and get clear on what you want. Then, have those honest conversations with your partner. Sometimes, the grumpiness or nitpicking we experience in our relationships is a reflection of other areas of our lives that aren’t going as planned. So be honest with yourself and your loved one. It’s time to get real and work through it together.

Lastly, don’t forget to lend grace to your partner. Just as self-care is vital for your well-being, extending kindness and understanding to your partner is essential. Offer support and compassion, especially on those tough days when they’re feeling down. It strengthens your bond and can go a long way in keeping you connected.

So, if you want your relationship to thrive and grow together instead of apart, remember these three tips to making your relationship your north star. 

We assure you, they can lead to significant transformation. Suddenly, you’ll find yourselves pulling in the same direction and embarking on a journey of love, unity, and shared dreams.

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Relationship sits at the center point of all human creation. How we are in relationship determines how we are as a society. When relationships thrive, humanity prospers. Eden offers a container, a sanctuary, a home to practice being in sacred union with ourselves, our beloved and each other.

By taking complete responsibility for ourselves and living in our full sovereign expression, we bring total presence to our Beloved and our community of greater Eden Beloveds, creating the sacred space to share our deepest needs, fears, and desires. By having the courage to communicate until we discover the larger truth seeking to emerge, we experience the healing and freedom that leads to radical fulfillment. 


Eden is a safe container that supports each of us to meet every part of ourselves with compassion and understanding – especially the places that have been hidden or rejected. This vow of love creates the conditions for us to continuously evolve in an ever-widening circle of beauty and abundance… until the whole world is held in our hearts.

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