Valentine's Day Spirit
Valentine's Day may mean different things to different people at varying stages of their life. When you are a child, Valentine's Day may be an exciting day because you get to give and receive cards from your friends. As you mature, the day may take on a different meaning. It may provide an opportunity to express love or receive an affirmation of love. This may be romantic or just friendly. If you have loved ones that like to participate, this might be another day to share and celebrate your love.
If you are alone or have someone in your life that does not participate in the hype affiliated with Valentine's Day, you may feel left out. This may be a good time to reach out to someone you know that might be a little lonely. The Valentine Spirit may provide you with an opportunity to give (and maybe receive) a little tender loving care.
Perhaps you have found a romantic soul mate and will be able to celebrate the spirit of Valentine's Day with love and harmony. Sharing love and expressing it individually may demonstrate the spirit of sharing and caring on this legendary day. If your partner is not into an obvious expression of this holiday, try to focus on the positive aspects of your relationship. Pressure and unrealistic expectations are not generally part of the Valentine's Day Spirit.
Valentine's Day might have originated in several different ways according to history. One claim is that the day was invented by Hallmark (not quite on board with that one - they may have promoted it); another is that it originated as a holiday to honor Juno - the goddess of women and marriage; another is that St. Valentine defied the decrees of Emperor Claudius which forbade marriages in order to keep soldiers focused on fighting instead of their loved ones (St. Valentine supposedly secretly married couples which secured him a death sentence); and yet another legend is that it was the time of year when birds started looking for their mates. All of these legends appear to have settled into what we now know as Valentine's Day. The spirit of Valentine's Day seems to reflect the spirit of joining together.
Questions regarding love and how it is expressed or shared are very common. A tested telephone love psychic should be able to help you in your quest to understand, gracefully receive, and share love's spirit. Valentine's Day may serve as a reminder that your romantic relationship is as important as your smart phone, Facebook time, work, friends, school, travel, television, etc. The Spirit of Valentine's Day should make you pause - if just for a moment - in appreciation of what your love relationship has to offer. St. Valentine may have risked all for love. You may be in a position to truly enjoy and celebrate this day.
If you are not involved in a romantic relationship, the Spirit of Valentine's Day might easily be extended to other loved ones. This wish does not have to be fancy or expensive, just send out good feelings to those you love so that the spirit of Valentine's Day extends to all.
Insights into love and relationships are common concerns. A clairvoyant, empath or tarot card reading might just give you the insight you seek.
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