What is love – in Einstein’s vision and specialists?

What is love? (3 ways to look)
Since any isolated approach seems to me to be limiting and incomplete, I have chosen to answer this beautiful question: What is love from three different points of view (what happens in relationships, what the genius of the planet says and what the experts say).

1.The love letter sent by Einstein’s daughter, kept secret for so long

2.What psychologists, philosophers and biologists answer when they ask what love is

3.The three stages of love, in the view of Anthony Robbins (great help in couple relationships)

1. What is love in Albert Einstein’s vision?

Energy = Love X Light Speed 2

Einstein did not talk too much about love during his life. He chose to write about this in a letter addressed to his daughter. The letter is one of 1400 letters donated in the 1980s by Lieserl, Einstein’s daughter, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with the mention of not being published until at least two decades after his father’s death.

In the letter, Albert Einstein reveals that the most powerful force in the universe is Love. Although they are skeptical about the authenticity of this letter, the content, the manner and the accuracy of the exposition, make this letter, at least from my point of view, such a powerful message that you can not ask, for a moment, whether is this not a truth that humanity is not yet willing to see. A letter that deserves “savoring,” told children, life partners, and why not just say it to us.

“When I have proposed the theory of relativity, very few people have understood me, and what is going to tell humanity now will collide with the misunderstandings and prejudices of this world.

Please keep these letters as long as necessary, years, decades, until the society is advanced enough to accept what I will explain below.
There is an extremely powerful force for which, at least until now, science has not found a formal explanation. It is the force that includes and governs everything, is behind any phenomenon that takes place in the universe and has not yet been identified by us. This universal force is LOVE.

When the researchers investigated a unified theory of the universe, they forgot the strongest unseen force. Love is the Light that illuminates those who offer it and receive it. Love is gravity because it makes some people feel attracted to others. Love is power, because it multiplies everything that we have the best and gives humanity the chance not to perish in our own selfishness. Love exposes and reveals. For love we live and die. Love is God and God is Love.
This force explains everything and gives meaning to life. This is the variable we have ignored for too long, perhaps because we are afraid of love because it is the only energy in the universe that the human being has not learned to control according to his will.

To highlight love, I created a simple substitution in my most famous equation. If instead of E = mc2, we accept that Energy to heal the whole world can be obtained by multiplying Love at the speed of light to square, then we come to the conclusion that love is the most powerful force that exists because it has no limit.

After the failure of humanity to use and control the other forces in the universe, which eventually turned against us, it is imperative to feed ourselves with another form of energy …
If we want our species to survive, if we want to discover the meaning of life, if we want to save the world and every conscious being that lives, then love is the only answer. We probably are not yet ready to create a bomb of love, a powerful mechanism to destroy the hatred, selfishness and greed that devastates the planet.

However, each individual carries with himself a small but powerful generator of love, whose energy awaits to be released. When we learn to offer and receive this universal energy, dear Lieserl, we can say that love overcomes everything, that it can transcend everything and anything, because love is the quintessence of life.

I deeply regret that I was not able to express what is in my heart that has quietly beat for you my whole life. Maybe it’s too late to apologize, but as time is relative, I feel the need to share that I love you and thanks to you we have come to the supreme answer!
Your father,
Albert Einstein “

I incline to believe that this letter is authentic and I can only bow to this letter in front of the great Einstein and let everyone take what she sees fit in this letter.

  1. What is love – 3 theories – depends on who answers

Philosophical Perspective

Give everything, sacrifice everything without reward hope; that means love. – Albert Camus
To love means something, the rest is nothing. – Alfred de Musset
Love, joy, and peace can not flourish until you have liberated yourself from the domination of your mind. – Eckhart Tolle
Love is holiness plus sexuality. – Emil Cioran
Love is the greatest force of mankind, and yet it is the most modest one we can imagine. – Mahatma Gandhi
Suffering comes when we expect others to love us in the way we want. – Paulo Coelho
Love is a very pleasant flower, but you must have the courage to go collecting it from the edges of a terrible gulf. – Stendhal
What is love? – The psychologists’ answer
Persons inclined towards conceptualization and analysis may well receive the answers of psychologists to the question of love. For now, however, psychologists have not agreed on such a sensitive subject, I think it’s hard to put it.

Psychologist Robert Sternberg – defines true love as a combination of three elements: intimacy, passion and commitment. When an element is missing, it results in a certain combination not as strong, and when two are absent, we do not have sustainable relationships, for which, even if the proportion of the three elements is unique for each individual, the most successful combination of all three .

Psychologist Zick Rubin defines love as a combination of three elements: attachment, care and intimacy. This theory highlights the romantic side of love.

Psychologist Erich Fromm says love is not just a feeling. Even if initially it could be an involuntary feeling / emotion, later it becomes a conscious choice and a conscious commitment that requires action.

  1. What is love – The answer of biologists
    When you love, our body works differently. When you’re in love, things get worse and I think many of us can confirm this, not just research. Studies show that when you fall in love, some chemicals invade the brain, such as oxytocin, dopamine, adrenaline and vasopressin, which have heroin-like effects.

“Love causes the body to release a lot of chemicals that trigger specific physical reactions. This inner elixir of love is responsible for being redheaded in the presence of a loved one, palms sweat us, and heart beats us harder, “says Dr. Pat Mumby, of Loyola University, Chicago.

After two people have been in love for a longer period of time, the body goes into the next phase, producing a certain tolerance for the chemical substances of pleasure. The phase of attraction is the place of attachment when oxytocin and vasopressin penetrate into the brain, offering feelings of well-being and security.

The 3 stages of love in relationships
Anthony Robbins defines love as the oxygen of the soul. The meaning of the word love has a different meaning when we think of couple relationships, children, parents, friends, deity, love of self, humanity. However, no matter how I say, I think we can agree that love is an oxygen for the soul. Everyone has his way of looking for a couple, and the easiest way is to look at the different stages you’ve been through or going through.

Level 1 – love me the way I want it.
This level is the same as the children’s attitude. In a way it is the maximum indulgence, namely when, directly or indirectly, you think that everything must be offered to you, including love. You want it and ready! You’re not preoccupied to offer anything in return. At this stage, both partners focus on their own person, asking, directly or indirectly, argumentative or not, to be in a certain way, to behave in a certain way, to love them in a certain way.

This level of love is not constructive, and if something does not change, it’s only a matter of time until things get worse.

Level 2 – I love you as much as you love me and you.vertical – John gray live in Romania conference tickets
This is where love begins to go deep, yet it still resembles a business or the purchase of a product. It’s as if you’re giving the money and after testing it you get the concussion if it’s worth it or not, and next time you do not buy anything like that. This stage, whether we like it or not, we practice many of us and is quite characteristic of our society. The tendency is to make a move, to exchange and evaluate if we receive too much or too little love in relation to what we offer. There is nothing fundamental in this instinct of assessing what we offer and what we receive, the problem is that each has its own measure, its own rules, its own needs, and it is almost impossible for both partners to come to the conclusion that “exchange” is fair. In a moment of honesty, we can see that the source of many misunderstandings right here is.

Level 3 – I want to offer you what you need.
This is the third level of love, where the focus is no longer on one’s own person or on exchange, but on offering and meeting the needs of the other. Thus, love becomes a form of action in which you no longer offer what you need, nor do you evaluate what you receive, but give attention, affection, safety, respect. The ways through which love can be manifested at this point are virtually limitless and seem to be the form that really works.

At this stage, if you are still wondering if the other is offering you love after you give it unconditionally and you are frustrated that you are not getting back, it means you are still at level 2 and not at 3.

We have to reconcile that it is difficult to move from 2 to 3, as our reason shakes its tail, maybe sometimes with good reason, sometimes not. However, from everything we have studied and tested, the second position is destructive in the medium term, position 3 becomes tedious, so entering the third position as often as possible generates the best results. If you still have a partner operating at Level 1, what are you doing? The only solution is to operate at levels 2 and 3. If your partner is operating excessively at level 2, it will be hard to convince him that the exchanges are fair, so the easiest is to get into position 3. Gandhi said: Be the change you want to see in the world! It is also valid in the couple relationship.

If, however, there are problems in the couple, I recommend reading this article about couple issues and solutions to these problems, because now we are talking only about love and what love is!

The reason I decided to bring John Gray, the author of the bestseller Men, from Mars, the women are from Venus (details here by clicking here), is very relevant to this level. 3. I think it is a a crafty master that looks pretty pragmatic and quite efficient what you can do. He explains quite clearly how you can enrich your relationships in an instantly applicable manner. It comes with less philosophy offering excellent tools. Honestly, applying all of John Gray’s advice, the immediate immediate beneficiary is the life partner, but we have to be honest and recognize that making our partner happy produces a more harmonious relationship, and we will automatically be happier.

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