Karma is real…. No matter what your Thoughts or Opinions are on the Virus

This post isn’t about judgment, but rather how the universe responds to what you put out. If you find yourself reading something and suddenly question: “Is that about me?” If that is the case it probably is to some degree because there’s absolutely some kind of lesson in there for you.

Karma is a real thing. One can think of karma as the spiritual equivalent of Newton’s Law of Motion. “For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction.” When we exhibit a negative force in thought, word, or action, that negative energy will come back to us, though karma is not about punishment or reward. According to the theory of Karma, what happens to a person, happens because they caused it with their actions.

In this delicate time in our world, I continue to observe how some people are handling themselves, their families and their choice of actions. I keep observing a trend (as well as some of my other “awakened” connections who I have been in communication with) that those who are only thinking of themselves (coming from a place of “me” or “I”), those who have no regard for helping to stop the spread of the virus, or those who think they won’t be affected if they catch the virus, are seeing the consequences of their actions bite them in the ass. Maybe not immediately. Maybe not always happening directly to them, but for sure happening to those they love and care about around them, in return. What you put out, comes back to you. For example, if you spread the virus and make another person or family suffer, suffering will likely come back to you or a member of your family.

There is a lot of misinformation floating around the virus as we know, but what is clear is that it is taking many lives and I feel that it will eventually wipe out a chunk of the population – though that is part of the process and its purpose. Those of us living in the physical world right now have free will to make our own choices. With that said, for every action of yours, mine, as well as the actions and choices of those around us, there is an equal but opposite reaction. The universe responds to the vibrational energy that you send out.

If you think organizing a birthday party gathering during a pandemic when local numbers are high is necessary, you go right ahead and do so…

If you think traveling outside of the country and not quarantining you, or the rest of your household, after returning home is the right thing to do, you go ahead and do so….

If someone in your house clearly has the symptoms of the virus and you are sending your children to school, social activities, or allowing others into your home, you go ahead and do so….

Everything is connected.  Everything that you and I do or say comes back to us. What we sow, we reap. If you don’t believe me, sit back and observe the actions of your family, friends and neighbors and watch what is created in return.

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The Universe Only Moves If You Move. Maybe if I Stay Still, Nothing Has to Change – Yet.

Tree2Today is the 28th of December. By the time every year, I am usually over the holidays as well as my holiday decorations. By the 28th and sometimes even sooner, I am traditionally ready to start taking all of my Christmas down and at least throwing everything in a pile in the basement (out of sight, out of mind) if not completely packed and put away. This year is different. Noticeably different.  Though there was an extremely short amount of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas on the calendar this year, only three weeks, things weren’t decorated as long as in previous years. I noticed that it didn’t so much have to do with the decorations themselves as the feeling I had inside that I didn’t want to let go of.

This year, as in many years in the past, we hosted Christmas day at our house. Our guest list was expanded with some extended family who we haven’t celebrated Christmas Day with in the past. Some of these relatives had never been to our home before, let alone for Christmas. This was also a year when we had two people pass on my husband’s side. To say that things were different this year, was a bit of an understatement.

Christmas day turned out to be wonderful. There was a lot of positive energy around the gathering. The gathering felt light. Everyone was on their best behavior. Nobody seemed to be walking on egg shells. I could also feel some past loved ones pop in from time to time and also participate in the day. Not to sound too mushy, but you could almost feel “love” in the air. You could really feel the Magic of Christmas. Everyone seemed appreciative and respectful of one another. No issues, minimal drama and just a good old family gathering.

Three days later, I can still feel the positive energy in the air and I also feel contentment. Contentment like I don’t want to let go of this feeling. I feel that once I let it go – the feeling, the holidays, we are on to the next thing or things that life throws our way.

Move quote2I notice my decorations that are still up and think to myself, “Should I start taking them down?” I thought, “No, I like this feeling, just leave it be. If I keep things the way that they are, we don’t need to move on to what is in store next for us. Changes within our family. Perhaps some illness? Maybe a location change? Personal changes? Professional changes? Maybe even world changes? As they say, “Nothing is the same in a year.”

And after the holidays, we flip the calendar to a new year. Though I know that I can’t stop time or prevent things from changing, I wanted to savior the feeling that I feel. They say that the Universe moves when you move. Meaning you need to move to make things happen. If I keep our holiday stuff out, perhaps I can purposely stay stuck for a few more days.