The 7 Secrets to Healthy Relationships with Don Miguel Jr.

In this episode, we discuss about:

  • The 7 Secrets to Healthy Relationships
  • Releasing and letting go of projected ideas
  • Continually renewing a high level of relationship
  • Saying you’re okay when you’re not okay
  • Do you really want to be in this relationship
  • Forgiveness and forgiving yourself
  • Disruption from social media
  • An addiction to suffering
  • How we treat people we are close to vs strangers
  • Enlightenment, discipline and success

  • Summary:

    As we heal, we open up. Today I am speaking with Don Miguel Ruiz. We talk about a variety of topics from respecting your will and the will of beloved ones to forgiveness. It’s your life and it’s your consequences. What do you want out of life? What do you want out of this relationship?

    Stop pretending to be something you are not. The last step of healing is always forgiveness. Forgiveness is the moment you stop wanting the past to be any different. We also chat about emotions. We are not robots void of emotions. We have a full spectrum of emotions.

    If I pretend to be something I’m not, that will damage all of my relationships. Ultimately it’s about being true to you.

    Learn more about Don Miguel Ruiz, his book The 7 Secrets to Healthy Relationships and various great insights during our conversations as we explore healthy relationships and what it takes to have a healthy relationship.


    “When you’re forcing a yes instead of a no, that’s when resentment comes in.”

    “Every action has a consequence, depending on what consequence you want.”

    “Temptation only exists up to the moment of choice.”

    “To love yourself unconditionally is to respect yourself to make a choice.”

    “What of the hardest people to forgive is ourselves.”

    “The key to enlightenment is effort.”

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