Is falling in love a neuro-chemical re-orientation of your identity to another being?
Can the brain can only perform so much re-wiring at a time?
Does the experience of falling in love only last three week to two years before the brain exhausts its neurochemistry and humans begin to contend with the reality of their relationships?
What about bisexual people who seem more than capable of falling in love with a woman and and man at the same time?
The experience may have nothing to do with the identity or brain chemistry but rather it may have to do with the soul.
The capacity for the human heart is huge!
Imagine the infinite configurations.
Ask any parent who has multiple kids and the millions of couples who have rescued their marriages via affairs, or long distance lovers who get their needs met by local connections.
This expanded love may require social re-programming and conscious cultivation but it is natural.
Human beings are capable of a vast reserve of rapture that can expand when shared with others.
Perhaps it’s time to drop the damaging shame and stigma that you put on yourself for holding multiple loves in your heart, fantasizing about others or calling one lover by another lover’s name.
Instead, why not cultivate and communicate our propensity for multiple loves?
Only the ego wants to be the one and only. The limited personality want to be better than the competition.
Is that worth working so hard to protect?
Protecting your insecurities should not be more vital than reaching your true potential as a lover.
It’s time to let yourself frequently enjoy the experience of intimate heart expansion with many!