For many people, Valentine’s Day represents a lonely 24 hour period. Or it can be a sad day filled with grief over lost love . So what do you do if you aren’t in love on Valentine’s Day or if you don’t have anyone to spend it with?
Or how do you make the holiday meaningful–even spiritual–if you don’t like secular holidays that simply seem like opportunities to promote commercialism?
How about focusing on a more spiritual love–a love available to everyone all the time? We are all loved by Source, an unending love.
I’ve published this before on my website, but here’s a meditation you can listen to today if you want to get in touch with a higher type of love. And listen to it on any day if you want to feel loved, not just on Valentine’s Day.
The music on this meditation is provided by my friend Rabbi Eli Cohen.