Clearing your life path

Last week I experienced a great deal of karma or unfinished business. Damage included a crashed website, an expensive car bill, and a set-back in the sale of my house. I decided to look at the elements that each of these (and others) had in common.

Firstly, all of them were expensive. Fixing these issues cost lots of time and money. Secondly, all of them were based on neglect. Lastly, each involved making poor choices in who I related to and did business with. In other words, I did not listen to my instincts and now I am paying the price.

Once I heal and pay for this neglect, I ought to have incentive to make better choices in who relate to and do business with in the future. I should have honored the Stephen Stills Treetop Flyer (link) lyrics of, "I don't do business that don't make me smile." With each experience described above, I had a bad feeling that I did not listen to.

We say to ourselves. I know it feels little off, but she is really cute or that proposal is really slick. It feels a little shady, but what harm can it be? Well just ask me this week, it can be a lot of harm- as I shell out thousands of dollars and pull the knives out of my back. And I had my piece in it too. I can see the ways that I was less than honorable.

But with karma and its lessons always comes the opportunity to learn and grow. My teacher called it clearing your life path. Our unfinished business obstructs us from getting where we want to be. So while clearing it may be painful and expensive, it can be quite liberating.

So bring on the karma. Put it all out on the table in clear sight. And let the healing begin.

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