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Christmas Bride2006 wrote eloquently on this question in response to Trustand Love on the archived Conscious Weddings message board posts (which appear in the Conscious Weddings e Course, as well as a fabulous interview with Trustand Love): “Perhaps a good place to start is asking yourself “what is connection? I do remember the first profound feeling I had after being engaged was not feeling connected” to my fiancé. It was like my ability to be emotionally on the same page as my husband had suddenly disappeared and I couldn’t find it, no matter how hard I tried.Kind of felt like there was this palpable wall of fear between us.But in the words of one of their close friends, theirs was ‘a marriage made in hell’, a love that turned to hatred, overshadowed by violence, promiscuity, cruelty, jealousy and madness.Next month, Larry and Vivien’s astonishing life together is to be resurrected when Sotheby’s auction more than 300 of Leigh’s artefacts and her extensive library.(The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman is an excellent book on this).What is your expectation of the relationship in terms of being “connected?(There’s a great thread on the Conscious Weddings e Course archived message board with the title “Enough Spark”, where the wise women offer their thoughts on this buzzword; if you’re not engaged or newlywed, please see my Break Free From Relationship Anxiety E-Course). working together towards the same goal, being on the same wavelength about an issue, and so on.
At times the only thing keeping me going forward was that I felt about a million times worse when I thought of calling it off.
The volcanic passion that drove Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier to destroy both their first marriages and to abandon their children, prior to their gilded 20-year reign as the King and Queen of stage and screen, is an iconic love story.
In their heyday, the Oliviers were as famous globally as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton later became, and as George and Amal Clooney are now.
The sale, which follows the death in 2015 of Vivien’s only child, Suzanne Farrington, is a landmark theatrical and cinematic event.
And at the centre of it all is the romance that, decades on, still has the power to captivate.