7 Responses to “The Architecture of a Woman’s Heart”

  1. Kae November 4, 2011 at 9:56 pm // Reply

    Beautiful. Thank you Arjuna. I hope and pray many hear this message of sincere devotion to discovering the essence of the goddess within. I love how Chameli adoringly watches you throughout… <3

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  2. Anders November 9, 2011 at 11:45 am // Reply

    Thank you for posting this, Arjuna. I love the spontaneity and simplicity in how you convey things. It really makes sense to me, when I refer to my own experiences with my wife. Our relationship has so far lasted for 14 years, and I still, again and again, have to be utmost aware of where my feelings, thoughts, intentions and actions toward her. Propelled by my constant longing for her (‘her’ being a mysterious undefinable pull), I constantly need to free my mind from prejudgements and other hindrances to seeing her and appreciating her just the way she is. Even my attraction to her can block the portals. You said it well, Arjuna; I think the analogy is helpful for our understanding.

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  3. Andrew November 14, 2011 at 3:56 pm // Reply

    Arjuna;
    I really tried to watch this, but had dump it after the first few minutes because of the pain. It hurts me to see you, especially in a video. You’re too damned THIN! Eat some peanut butter or nachos, will you? Every time you turn your head in this video, I’m afraid that the tendons in your neck are going to burst out through my monitor and strangle me. This video is going to give me nightmares!

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    • Marisa April 9, 2013 at 7:38 pm // Reply

      Body has own language and showing our energetical stuff well. Something like ”Patient Heal Thyself” by Jordan S. Rubin would be good here

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  4. Michelle November 14, 2012 at 5:28 am // Reply

    Hi Andrew,
    I’m thin like Arjuna. Part is due to inheritance and part is due to food allergy/digestion problems. I don’t undereat and I don’t have an eating disorder. There are actually people who can eat a ton and not gain weight…just like there are people who gain weight just by looking at food.
    You might consider that you are more afraid of your pain than looking at Andrew. Your pain is not bigger than you. It is possible to meet it so you won’t have to fear it anymore. Then you can really enjoy Andrews expression.

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  5. Marisa April 9, 2013 at 7:48 pm // Reply

    I watched “Dear Woman”, what a wonderful gesture, from spiritual men! Now more people could see how badly feminine was hurt by undeveloped muscular. I felt completely victimized and in grief. Thanks for acknowledgment

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  6. Harun Rabbani February 1, 2015 at 8:35 pm // Reply

    Arjuna, this is a truly powerful teaching. Thank you for sharing your experience. It certainly reinforces my belief of the divinity of my partner and I will be putting this philosophy even more so into practice.It\\’s great to hear another man talk so openly like this. Thank you. Harun

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