) quite frequently, and we’ve been to a local coffee shop a couple of evenings to hear one of the most amazing voices sing.
I think when we're happy and comfortable with ourselves, we attract more happiness.basedon our choices of what we are looking forin a relationshipgood choices made= better odds of a good relationshipbad choices made= bad odds.about reaping what you sow...not true as there are many inocent victimslike people who are murdered by strangers..because they are in the wrong place at the wrong time.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.But I digress here is a cool article that I wanted to share and can relate to her experiences too.... If you were a bad girl or bad boy in the past is it possible to get your good Dating Karma back?
Or are you doomed to suffer impossible relationships for eternity, paying penance for every romantic misdeed? You just keep cranking it out, good or bad, and you ALWAYS have the power to change your attitude, your approach and your actions," says "Mind Masseuse" Maya Talisman Frost. Real-World Mindfulness.com) who has taught thousands to get calm, clear and creative says, "If you used to be a major manipulator and now see the errors in your past, rejoice!
Better Half, who abhors movies, has been to several (keep in mind the total number of movies we’ve been to in 16 years can be counted on one hand).
We’ve been meeting friends for dinner (another activity of which Better Half isn’t fond, which must say something about my cooking!
You can start compiling good karma right now, and it will counteract any previous nastiness."The first step in karmic repair is in figuring out why you're being rotten in the first place. See it, know it, and then do a complete about-face and focus on the things you do that make you feel fantastic about yourself."Wallowing in fear begets more fear and more wallowing.
Frost says, "Pay attention to your tendency to respond in any particular way." Are you jealous? The solution is to tap into your own awareness and use your fear as a trigger for some serious self-appreciation."Ward says, "One of the core teachings of Buddhism is impermanence: not clinging to possessions or to relationships. But don't delude yourself with expectations of happily ever after.
Keep stirring it up." Hope you all enjoyed and have a really zen day....