why does love hurt so much

Why does love hurt so much?

Reginald Martin

 

Why does love hurt so much? So many fear being hurt they are afraid to love. Being vulnerable is the possibility of experiencing that which you fear the most. The fear is the pain that can come with opening yourself up and bearing your soul to another person.

You put your heart in their hands and they have the ability to crush it, squeeze the life out of it all because you revealed the inside of you to them.

You may be in love with the idea of being in love but live in fear of being hurt. So you live your life attempting to never be vulnerable.

What I just expressed is a basic Kemetic science idea called the trinity. Yeah, I know as a Christian you were taught the trinity was something to worship. In actuality, it’s part of a deeper science that can aid you in navigating through life’s pitfalls.

Your experience is the symbolic metaphor for a universal principle. That may sound detached and sterile. But it will help you through the question why does love hurt so much?why does love hurt so much

We consider this idea divorced from our daily lives. The ancients understood these concepts on a deeper scientific level and expressed them in ways that we now read as scriptures and deeply held religious concepts. Again science may sound sterile, but it is about the method of working through these ideas on a practical level in your life.

Religion and lack of personal responsibility

Society has lost the meaning behind the ideas and what wisdom the ancients were trying to impart because of the overlay of religion. So much religion is about handing the responsibility of your personal and conscious development to an imaginary being that will do the work for you.

The ancient Egyptians had no such belief and a deeper look at the science will reveal that your deepest most intimate and personal fears are paradoxically the most universal to everyone.

It takes courage to love. It takes courage to be vulnerable and live with the opposite possibility of being hurt to your core. fear of being hurt

But the reward for that courage is experiencing the deepest most gratifying love you will ever know in a lifetime.

Because love and fear are opposite ends of the same expression when you hold on to one you block the other. One CONNOT exist without the other, but also they cannot exist in the same experience simultaneously. Like a seesaw one side has to be up and the other down. When you shield your heart with fear you block love.Love and duality

It’s science. This is the science of Kemet/Egypt. If you are are not experimenting, observing, and practicing it’s not science, it’s wishful thinking. That’s what I meant by science earlier in the post. Not to sterilize it, but to bring to the forefront practical application. What methods are you using to develop yourself and grow consciously?

Have you prayed about it but not know the science behind prayer? Do you just hope magically that something good will come about just because you believe? That was how I coped in religion. I could never be sure of anything. Constant anxiety.

If you are not being a scientist, you are doomed to be held captive by the fears that will never be illuminated from lack of observing from within. That’s what being religious does for you. It keeps you in the dark without ever having to take responsibility for your own behaviors.

The answer to why does love hurt so much?

Why does love hurt so much? Because you had the courage to be vulnerable. You had the courage to face and explore the fear of being hurt. Vulnerability is the third component or trinity of the love/fear duality. Vulnerability is the relationship between the opposing emotions. Now you get the opportunity to learn about your strength.

One of the biggest deterrents for loving fully is the fear that if you open up and get hurt you can’t recover from heartbreak. Know that you will survive. You will get through this pain. It’s part of the journey of evolving into the highest version of yourself.

Your recovery is part of a deeper concept the ancients named Ausar. The science of it is the cycle of birth, death, and resurrection. As Christians, we were taught it as the resurrection of Jesus. In Kemetic science, it was the concept of one aspect of yourself or consciousness dies and the new aspect is reborn. This was expressed biblically in John 10:30, “I and the father are one.”

In other words, as one aspect dies another is reborn. Death and rebirth or resurrection are two sides of the same coin.

It is the relationship of the seed, soil, and fruit; It is the Neters of Ausar, Auset, and Heru applied practically in physical life. As a religious idea, the power and application of it was obscured.

Vulnerability is the soil or medium in which love or fear grows within the relationship.

From the beginning, that person birthed a desire within you. Desire is another component (fruit) of another trinity that develops from the meeting of two people. heartbreak can be the fruit of a break in trust. Now you must have the courage to be open to love again. That will be the resurrection.

The point to understand here is the trinity is not one static concept. It is fluid in that depending on the situation new resolutions are constantly birthed from the tension of two opposites or dualities.

It’s understanding the science that will help you rise above the fears. You now have knowledge that can bring wisdom in your journey. Not just a superstitious belief that faith in some being, outside of you, will magically heal your pain. You have the power and responsibility to do that for yourself.

I have felt that love, lived through that pain and loved again. To love a second is a definite act of courage. But know that you can’t ever experience it again if you hold on to the fear.  In any relationship, there is always a trinity. There are many trinities that will develop from tension and duality. How will you resolve them? You must practice the science in order to come to resolution.

As the great Frankie Beverly and Maze stated the idea, “Joy and pain, are like sunshine and rain.”  Feeling one or the other is the reconciliation of the trinity. The seed for love is always planted in vulnerability. That’s the metaphysical science behind love. It’s what you can practice beyond religion.

The trinity is more than an explanation of the Godhead. It’s a universal formula that underlies all existence of the universe.

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