Unconditional love doesn't exist
What would happen if you say "I love you" less but "be loving" more often instead?
What if we realized that there is no such thing as "unconditional love"?
What if you didn't need anyone to feel Love(d)?
Because a relationship is not Love. It's a transaction. Therefore, all relationships are conditional.
Love is not a relationship; it's a human experience (within us) that happens in certain moments.
So when we fall in Love with someone, we're using the other person as a key for our emotions to feel pleasant.
The idea of "unconditional love" is an ideal type of Love because we confuse it with a relationship—which by nature is conditional.
But Love cannot be unconditional because there is Love, and there are conditions. And it's us that make Love conditional.
When it comes to love, most of us are on "push start." We need someone to help us start feeling loving (or loving back), and when we can't rely on this other person anymore, this idea of Love turns into anxiety or misery.
But what if you could put Love on "self-start." That means your reward for being loving is being loving. The outcome is your emotions and mind become pleasant.
And when your emotions become pleasant, your World falls into place. Not as a goal but as a natural consequence of who you are. Because Love is not something that you "do" is something that you "are."
You can be triggered or inspired to feel Love, but true Love is limitless, all-inclusive, doesn't rely on others, and it's up to you to expand your Love regardless of the conditions in your life.
These reasons are why it's essential to practice meditation, lead a life with awareness, question and seek the truth, and make this miracle of a World a better place for everyone.
🙏 Inspired and guided by Sadhguru