Dramatic Events & Unbelievable Changes Of The Year 2013

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Sofia Siberia says:

The things we’ve been so painfully going through for the past few months were all the effects of a massive karmic changeover of the year 2013.

The History is now.

Look back at your life and lives of the people you know – how many speedy changes and incredible events had happened just recently.

Striking number of relationships and marriages split.

Couples suddenly fell out of love with one another, as if woke up and found it all worked out.

We are no more interested in drama/manipulative affairs and are letting them go with no regret.

Why so many marriages ended and people in relationships had a sudden change of heart?

That’s because those were some karmic affairs where you were brought together not to live happily ever after, but to return each other something you owed from the past.

The person you thought you loved was just your karmic decoy, we all have to go through involvements of that kind at some point of our life.

And now that we settled accounts, it’s time to ascend to the newer kind of relations – of no drama, no emotional manipulation and no cliché expectations or power struggles.

Now we are shifting towards the trend of finding our true spiritual partners and the interest in Twin Flames reunion is intense.

In the new era of spiritual matchmaking there are no more ego things we’ll feel like proving to each other. Now we can actually feel our soulmates keener – be in a couple or not, and still love and help each other evolve and not bring each other down.

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Be Better, Not Bitter

Bitter Past

 Too many of us block our blessings with bitterness, especially when it comes to love and loving:

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Initially we blame others for our circumstances and then we blame ourselves. But true growth and fulfillment can only come when you stop blaming…period! There’s a word for the mistakes we make with our finances, our children, and our relationships… it’s called life! Get used to it, because there will be plenty of mistakes and disappointments to come.

The challenge is whether or not we learn from those mistakes and apply them to our future decisions. Only when we use our pain to improve our way of thinking do we truly evolve.

~ Michael Baisden