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Finally, at seventy years old I found the love of my life.  Together, we are more than I imagined a relationship could be.  Many people comment on how happy I am, especially when I’m with Chuck Kearns, my life partner. We feel particularly blessed as people frequently tell us that we inspire them.

I prided myself on being self-sufficient, independent and could take care of myself. I was also lonely although I denied the depth of yearning for connection. Filling the gap between the lonely, successful woman and the person I am now was quite a journey.

When I found love inside and for myself, people began relating to me differently. At first a number of valued and meaningful friendships developed.  I was delighted and grateful.  Then, “he” showed up – on my computer screen.  He lived 400 miles away but only 6 minutes from my 95-year-old aunt whom I visited every six weeks. Coincidence? I don’t think so.  He and I now share a home and a blessed life.

A quote from Thomas Moore describes us:

“A soulmate is someone to whom we feel profoundly connected, as though the communicating and communing that take place between us were not the product of intentional efforts, but rather a divine grace.”

While I was aware of setting an intention to open my heart and take action guided by that desire, the resulting relationships were more meaningful and satisfying than any I’d experienced. They made my soul sing, they stretched me to love as I never had – the other and myself. I was curious about the incredible life mystery unfolding for me.  I asked for understanding.

The answer given: These are Soul Centered Relationships” and differ from personality/ego driven connections. They are possible when we step out of ego and into our essence. They are the answer to the question I’ve been asking for so long.

It became clear that these relationships were gifts and calling me to explore and share this possibility with others. I am so grateful for Soul-Centered Relationships. People in them

  • Know they are Loved and Lovable
  • Trust their Authentic Self is Accepted
  • Are Never Alone – Always Connected
  • Receive Intuitive Guidance
  • Relish a sense of Peace, Ease & Comfort
  • Are Aligned and Supported
  • Have Room for Playfulness

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6 comments for “Home

  1. Sharon
    June 24, 2014 at 3:04 pm

    I greatly appreciate what you wrote about your relationship and aging. Thank you!

    • Joan Chadbourne
      January 17, 2015 at 3:30 pm

      You are such a wise person, Sharon, I know you also know a lot about relationships and aging. My best to you.

  2. January 16, 2015 at 3:05 pm

    Being witness to the remarkable evolution between you and Chuck, and experiencing my own version with my Beloved Jill, all I have to say is a hearty “Amen!” Your current life story and mine are a great testimony for both soul intimacy, and discovering soul intimacy later-in-life. Much love to you and Chuck, Joan

    • Joan Chadbourne
      January 17, 2015 at 3:28 pm

      Thanks Steve. Be fun to interview you and/oar you and Jill about what you consider a soul-centered relationship. Could do either next time I’m in Maine or via Skype. What do you think? Please respond to joanchad10@aol.com. Thanks

    • Joan Chadbourne
      January 24, 2015 at 5:00 pm

      Thanks Steve — Yes, we are definitely examples of people who have done a lot of personal work, preparing ourselves for this kind of soul-connected partnership. Blessings to both of you and your journey.

  3. Joan Chadbourne
    January 17, 2015 at 3:26 pm

    Thank you. Really trying to define something I’m experiencing for first time and appreciate any input from others who have experience with soul-centered rather than personality centered relationships. Appreciate your comment.

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