Are you sabotaging your love life? Love Laws of Attraction...
Aries0417 last edited by Aries0417
Have you noticed how some people always seem to catch lucky breaks in love, while others catch only unlucky break-ups? Let's talk karma: You get what you give, and when it comes to love, the best way to ensure you love what you get is to follow some simple Karmic love laws of attraction.
Karma is a fairly simple concept based on the consequence of actions. It's the cosmic principle that past behavior (both in this life and in past lives) will be reflected in what you receive in the future. Good actions and intentions will result in good karma, and, vice versa, bad actions will lead to bad karma. Simple, right? Not so fast!
Are you sabotaging your love life?
Karma is a little more complicated when it comes to matters of the heart (what isn't, right?!). Love is such a complex, passionate and all-consuming emotion that it turns people on their heads. And if we're not careful, it's possible we might accidentally create bad love karma without even knowing it.
There are some bad karma no-brainers, of course: Lying, cheating or any kind of abuse will obviously not lead to good love Karma. But did you know that even if you believe your romantic actions and intentions are positive, still the smallest negative thoughts or feelings of guilt, jealousy or resentment could be sabotaging your love life?
It may be too late to control any of the bad-karma-inducing acts from your past, but you can move forward from here with more awareness and take some simple steps to attract good Karma and a happier love life.
How do you guys feel about karma and love?
TheCaptain last edited by
Karma affects everything we do.
Blmoon last edited by
This subject is complicated. Unfortunately, too many woman in a toxic relationship are self trapped by feeling they are somehow at fault. This is a slippery slope for those searching desperately for a reason for their unhappiness in love. They might use the karmic theory to validate that yes they are somehow deserving or at fault for their mates bad behavior. Specially since abusers are rarely all bad. They often live a double life of sometimes being on the surface a good person but suddenly not.. Abused woman will take the blame. They are often very good hearted compassionate people and they gather guilt for so many imagined things that healthy folks brush off. On that note, I hope any woman reading this topic and in an abusive relationship please do not believe you are putting out bad karma and getting back what you deserve!.I believe in reincarnation and have had a past life regression done once and became well aware of the Karmic tie between lifetimes. I learned that many of my relationships reappeared in other lives! Not always in the same way. I believe we do make karmic plans before each lifetime with other souls. It's a choice. Karma in love as a "GENERAL" law is not specific to love. Karma is a natural result of cause and effect. It also is part law of attraction. BUT If people think by just treating a person a certain way guarantees they will be treated equally with good karma, it just is not reality. Law of attraction is much more relative to how one loves themselves rather than how much they pour into another. Be kind to yourself, protect yourself, love yourself, forgive yourself, value yourself and THAT'S what LOVE KARMA is really about!
Aries0417 last edited by
@blmoon Very astute and great perspective. Thanks for your input!
Blmoon last edited by
Thank you? I've been called many things but "astute " is a first! Sounds like an old professor looking dude with a stick up his ass! (Is that you Dorothy Parker messing with me?) Medium joke, she enjoys visiting and pointing out sardonic situations. I open my mouth and she insures something clever comes out. A poet's best friend.
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squadus last edited by
The Law of Attraction and Karma are close cousins.
Jana Star last edited by
@blmoon completely agree
badgerwoman last edited by
I loved the last three lines of your letter. And you made some good points to consider.
I feel we know our mate ahead of time and we plan everything in advance as to when, where, etc the meeting will occur.
I also feel that in this life time we can "meet" several or many loves/soul mates from our past lives that we have chosen in advance to "meet" up with again to accomplish things between us ...such as lessons needing to be learned, forgiving each other, apologizing,
guiding, loving again if it was missed or denied before, making things right .......etc.
Cause and affect ....be honest about your real feelings and REALLY look deeply into what you have said or done, in each relationship you are checking up on.
Daliolite last edited by
@aries0417 I don't think I've ever actively pursued anyone. I guess I feel it's a mutual thing. But the other party is the one who contacts. I've always felt the best relationship starts by being friends. I'd rather hang=out than go on a date. Dates are kinda like test the waters. Don't like to test the waters. If you have to test the waters than you don't know the person in the first place. Setting dates makes me anxious and I'm an anxious person. Wait and see and set free, then decide. I'm just not in any hurry. I know who my heart loves.
Horsefly143 last edited by
@badgerwoman I love your take on love/soulmates/past lives etc. very interesting! I’m struggling with a relationship I feel a very deep connection but I’ve never been in this kind of relationship and so it’s very hard. I think I’m in denial that he doesn’t love me the way I love him but I’m having a hard time letting him go! I wish I could look at it as you do like this was just a lesson and keep it movin! I’m trying to build up my strength
badgerwoman last edited by
Oh sweetie ...thank-you. It was very hard for me to "finalize" the relationship and to admit to myself that it was not working. The first 5 yrs were fabulous ...but the last 5 were not. It got to the point where I was not getting even 1/2 of what I should have been in all respects. That made me sad. Not to mention feeling betrayed and used and neglected. I had many lonely hours to sit and think DEEPLY about everything. I knew it couldn't and shouldn't go on like this ..what would be the point? I had to accept and admit to myself that HE needed and wanted and freedom because he wasn't happy any more. I also took a long hard look at all the years together to see how he was before and now. I realized that I was there to "heal him" and then let him go to work on the next phase of his life. AND that I was was also ready to release him and begin my own new journey.
Yes, I had tears and my heart was breaking ....but I knew I had to do it. My soul gave me that feeling. I miss him at times now ...but if I get an urge to contact him ...I stop and remember some of the hateful things he had said or done that deeply hurt me ....and I get back into my "its done and over with asshole" attitude. I learned some VERY good lessons in this relationship. YOU CAN DO IT.