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Ancestral Advice on Love

Ancestral Advice on Love

Here are ancestral tips on love advice; the main message is listen to your inner voice.




Everyone receives all kinds of advice in life, both welcome and unwelcome. Most of this advice is easy to divide into two columns as good or bad.

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Good advice is when somebody counsels you and you think, “Oh, of course!” It might be advice about how to improve a relationship, or how to attract your soulmate. This kind of advice is easy to take.


Bad advice is when somebody makes a suggestion and you have a clear sense that you do not agree with it. They might not respect their opinions, or you might know they have their own agenda that clashes. This kind of advice is easy to ignore.


Here are ancestral tips on love advice; the main message is listen to your inner voice. What is it telling you about the advice you are hearing? Does it feel uncomfortable because the advice is wrong, or because the advice is right? Do you feel annoyed or defensive? As a general rule, if you feel stirred up by the advice in some way then there is something useful for you to learn.


Take some quiet time to reflect on the ancestral tips on love advice you have been given. Allow your mind to wander. Think about what you might be trying to avoid. Try to keep an open mind. Be especially curious if you start feeling defensive. You might want to do some writing in your journal about the decision you want to make.


Love tips and advice from the ancestors can save us a lot of time, trouble, and energy.

Teach everything you know



People helping one another can bring an elephant into the house.
A zebra takes its stripes wherever it goes.
To a fight, one does not bring a knife that cuts but a needle that sews.
A clear conscience is more valuable than wealth.
Whatever the tree, so is the fruit.
Blood is inherited and virtue is acquired.
When the lion gets old even flies attack him.
He is a fool whose sheep runs away twice.
The tail of the cow watches to the right and left.


To a fight, one does not bring a knife that cuts but a needle that sews.
To a fight, one does not bring a knife that cuts but a needle that sews.


Here are ancestral tips on love advice; the main message is listen to your inner voice.

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