Thursday, December 25, 2014

"Soulmate Attraction for the Rest of Us" Christmas Greeting!

Dear Friends,

Merry Christmas, everyone! Single or not, every day can be as romantic as you want your life to be! Fill every day with sweetness - be kind to yourself, add beauty to yours and others' lives and surroundings. Stay in touch in ways that work for you - write letters, make phone calls, spend time alone (rock your solitude!), be with friends. Select your friends and family of origin and choice. Choose. You can have one or several romantic partners, on any and various level(s) of commitment or intimacy. Or you can be single, un-partnered, and fabulous! You can do what you want and inspire others with your self-caring, inner joy, and abundant, positive energy and attitude. You need not be limited by anything, imagined or real, physical or emotional. You can have a love affair with your life that goes far beyond who is chosen or who chooses to be part of it. You can make it so your life is so enjoyable to you, even when things are difficult, that others won't be able to resist joining you in your celebration of life, resulting in the feeling that you are enough, life is enough, on its terms, and that everything and everyone, is merely extra. 

--Soulmate Attraction for the Rest of Us: Dating & Relationships for the Poly, Recovering, Survivor & Tantric
*Soulmate Attraction for the Rest of Us articles at Wisdom Magazine
*Soulmate Attraction for the Rest of Us forthcoming book
*Same-titled previous workshop at Sisterspace Weekend in Darlington MD Sept 2014 
*Same-titled forthcoming workshop at the 10th Annual Poly Living Conference in Philadelphia Feb 2015!
*All by Cassendre Xavier

P.S. For me, I imagine the beverage in these glasses are non-alcoholic sparkling cider... pear! Use your imagination and make life lovely (and loveRly)!


Make yourself a beautiful day!

Cassendre Xavier 

(aka Amethyste Rah, aka Amrita Waterfalls)
“renaissance negresse & ARTrepreneur”
(musician/writer/actress/fine artist)
Leeway Transformation Award-Winning founder & executive director of the Black Women’s Arts Festival (Est. 2003) and the Women's Writing & Spoken Word Series (Est. 2002). 
Visit the Cassendre Xavier Music Gallery at CD Baby: 
Visit Cassendre's iTunes storefront:
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