What does it mean to be conscious in a relationship?
A conscious relationship is a shared, co-created and mutual experience. It is necessary for both partners to have an open mind and the willingness to let go of any previous conditioning or beliefs that limits and prevents them from creating a better bond together.
Conscious Relationships can be experienced when both partners are
👉🏼 Willing to understand their triggers and do the work
👉🏼 Emotionally Intelligent
👉🏼 Active participants
👉🏼 Effective Communicators
👉🏼 Individually Motivated
👉🏼 Team Players
👉🏼 Working towards their highest versions together
But…most of us might be used to thinking about relationships differently. We might believe that relationships are supposed to be effortless!
Or that relationships are about understanding each other without explicitly stating our needs!
And that if a relationship is meant to be there should not be any conflicts!
This can happen because growing up we do not see a free or open discussion on living in a partnership: it’s always the public front of all couples which is rather good and amicable most times leading us to think that happy couples are ones who are always happy. Or there might be a stark contrast where we see couples being volatile and unhappy and still being together, leading us to believe that we can be our worst selves with our partners and they are obliged to love us. Both scenarios lead to unhappy commitments and marriages.
At Conscious Couples, we will debunk
some huge but common myths together.
This debunking is necessary to experience a
healthy, fulfilled relationship.
The Conscious Couples course will help you learn
Understanding the pillars of a Conscious relationship
Setting Conscious Relationship Goals
Speaking your partner’s Language of Love
Resolving Conflicts Consciously
Physical & Mental Intimacy 101
10+ Worksheets to help you both take guided action and see results
3-month Ritual Calendar
Hi, I am Kasturi. I am a Couple Therapist and I help people globally build healthier relationships!
I am trained in the Gottman Method : a well researched method that enables couples to build trust, connection, intimacy and better connection in their marriages and/or long-term relationship. My approach in my therapy practice is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) which is a unique mindfulness method focused on accepting negative situations and emotions instead of fighting it and trying to learn and evolve through discomfort.
Important details :
You need not have any prior experience in Couple Therapy/Coaching to enroll in this course
All materials have lifetime access so you can return to the course or the worksheets at any time to refresh your memory or apply any tool as required.
Completely self-paced so as to enable education and growth of your relationship without pressure
In case you have any questions, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you within 24 hours