Jason Hairston has always been a curious soul. His undying curiosity led him to a Jujumama Tantra event back in 2008 where the new information and spiritual practices that he experienced broadened his view of the world and its people. From this broadened perspective, a new life emerged for Jason anchored in peace and tranquility. Since his transformation, he has been very passionate about helping people find their inner strength so they too can live in harmony. As an author and relationship guide for A Deeper Love, a movement that teaches many of the same Progressive Love principles as Jujumama, Jason teaches people to be “students” of life instead of choosing to be “victims” of circumstance. His spiritually guided techniques direct clients inward to experience “A Deeper Love” so they can live more fulfilling lives. Jason also frequents radio shows as a featured guest discussing love and relationships.
There was a time when I thought I had to create chaos in a relationship if I felt like me and my current partner was no longer a good fit. I used to think that simply growing apart was not a good enough reason to end a relationship, so I Continue reading →
It amazes me how many people continue to attach love to skin color. When you were a baby, the color of someone’s skin did not matter to you. The only thing that mattered was feeling comfortable and loved. Over time, we were taught to separate and judge other people by Continue reading →
We are all born for love. It is the principle of existence, and its only end. ~Benjamin Disraeli
For most people the motive for attracting a partner is based around filling a void. Attempting to fill that void with an outside source is equivalent to trying to fill in a bottomless pit. You can keep trying to fill the pit, but no matter how much you put in Continue reading →
It is common for women to wonder what a man is looking for when considering a relationship. I might not be able to speak for all men on this subject, but I think there is a common myth that needs to be addressed. Most women seem to think that Continue reading →
How did we get to a point where the concept of “love” became synonymous with paranoia? Why are we so afraid of being cheated on? Why do we make our partners responsible for our happiness and peace of mind? Why do we feel that relationships mean comfortability and ease? Well, there is Continue reading →
The media projects a false image of what men find attractive. The common man pretends to accept this image of beauty as the standard, so their perceptions can correlate with the so-called majority. Therefore, some men deny their own unique definitions of beauty in public, for the fear of being Continue reading →