To say, it is a love without any strings attached and selfless.
It is about acceptance. It doesn’t associate with outward appearance, supports the other person by always being there and doesn’t go away even when circumstances are bad or difficult.
It can be understood as without any reservations, without judgements, caring about the happiness of the other person without expecting anything in return and putting the needs of the other person first.
Although, few situations lead to disagreements, it does not lead to resentments, as there is an openness to communicate one’s opinions without any fear.
As it is the human tendency to take it for granted whatever one receives, even unconditional love becomes dangerous for the person who is showering love on other person by compromising and forgiving.
To tackle this kind of situation, setting few boundaries, one can pave way for the healthy unconditional love. They include communicating clearly, not giving up on one’s identity, giving importance to one’s self esteem and placing enough weightage on one’s freedom of choice.
And, to conclude on unconditional love, it is like experiencing happiness by just doing things instead of expecting.
Receiving love and experiencing happiness has a lot of difference.
Love based on physical consciousness makes us empty instead of filling us and giving us a feeling of fulfillment.
Love based on soul consciousness is a love that does not attach itself to the other so much, to bring sorrow when it is not received or when the love is no longer available to us. This happens when the other person leaves us or stops talking to us or goes away or does not love us anymore for some reason or the other.
So, choosing what type of love we show towards others might bring us more understanding about ourselves which will further enhance our ability to deal with others.