You spend something between “too much” and “not enough” of your limited resources tending to your relationship, your family, your work, and all of the other little details of life.
No matter what, it almost never feels “just right.” Each day feels like a struggle. And love and togetherness so often get lost in the chaos.
You want love, intimacy, and connection.
Problem is, you’re not exactly sure what that looks and feels like in the midst of modern life.
You need a practice of tuning in to yourself — your truth— and connecting deeply and intimately with the most important people in your life, in relationships that are reciprocal, respectful and nurturing. Relationships in which everyone feels seen, heard & understood.
In these relationships, though you may struggle to find yourself and feel balanced, you learn how to see yourself. And ultimately how to practice the art of connecting, to every realm of your self and each other.
You need to practice discernment, the process of shedding the layers and looking deeper, uncovering inaccuracies and letting go of the fear that interrupts your ability to connect with others and the courage to trust and believe in your self and your relationships.
Connectfulness is a research based relationship practice that begins with a small inward attention and ripples out. And when you dream big and believe in yourself and one another —especially in these troubled times— this practice may be just the magic that the world needs more of.