The Law of Karma.

Today I will witness the choices I make in each moment.

Whenever I make a choice, I will ask myself two questions: “What are the consequences of this choice that I am making?” and “Will this choice bring fulfillment and happiness to me and also to those who are affected by this choice?”

I will then ask my heart for guidance and be guided by its message of comfort or discomfort.  If the choice feels comfortable, I will plunge ahead with abandon.  If the choice feels uncomfortable, I will pause and see the consequences of my action with my inner vision.

 

As I get older I am more aware of life’s clock ticking and my choices are becoming more important to me.  I have less time to make major mistakes, to take a wrong turn and get lost.  I don’t have the luxury of taking years to find my way back home.

I need to learn to listen to my heart.  Make wiser choices that not only benefit me, but the people I adore as well.  I have never been a huge believer in karma because I have seen way too many hurtful and mean people skate through life seemingly untouched by any bad karma.  It frustrates me.   But I realize that in many cases, their inner turmoil and miserable lives may in fact be their karma.  I need to just concern myself with creating my own good karma.  I want to exude positive energy and attract it to my life.  I am growing… and I may be outgrowing some people as well.  Some people won’t understand, and that’s okay.  I will wish them well and be on my way.  I can’t allow anyone to stand in the way of my growth.  I have to learn that it’s okay to stand up for my journey.  Some people are content with their lives.  I am not.  I want more… and I won’t feel bad about it.

 

I never meant to cause you trouble,

And I never meant to do you wrong,

And I, well if I ever caused you trouble,

O no, I never meant to do you harm.

-Coldplay

I am incredibly sorry for the ways in which I may have hurt people.  I won’t continue this thought with a big ole, “but.”  I have been offered such apologies, and that one little word totally negates the apology.

I am sorry.

I truly am.

I can’t live in the past constantly punishing myself for poor choices.

I am moving forward.

Making better choices.

And building fabulous karma.

 

Vanessa xoxo

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