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Keep Your Karmic Balance in the Green

Keep Your Karmic Balance in the Green

Concetta Bertoldi discusses the role karma plays in our lives.

All of our lives here on Earth, we are learning lessons. In my life, I have learned from many teachers, both alive and dead. And I’ve always said that if everyone knew what I knew – how we go on in spirit form after we die our physical death, and how beautiful and perfect it is on the Other Side – they would not longer be afraid to die, or be afraid to live.

Here on Earth, all of our words and actions are subject to the spiritual laws of cause and effect, also known as karma. Anything we say or do has both a physical effect – on ourselves and on others, who may be near us or at a great distance – and also a spiritual effect.

The spiritual effect, I always say, is like having a bank account that we’re either making deposits to or draining away and we end up with either a full bankbook or overdrawn, depending on how we live our life. We all do this – make a deposit, make a withdrawal, based upon our words and deeds.

Knowing this, if we’re trying to learn our lessons and become a better person, it’s easy to get down on ourselves when we make a mistake. We know our karma account is getting drawn down and most often it’s like buying an over-priced dress on impulse – we don’t even really want what we got and won’t even wear it; we wish we’d never bought it – it was just a waste of our money!

But mistakes are part of the process, how we learn. Holding onto our errors, our sorrow or our guilt doesn’t actually do anything positive. It just keeps us stuck and prevents our going forward and making better choices….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Concetta is a gifted psychic medium and a bestselling author.

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4:27PM PDT on Sep 3, 2013

Not certain I believe in Karma...Sorry. Thank you for the words of wisdom.

12:21PM PDT on Sep 3, 2013

- Thank you

10:11AM PDT on Aug 29, 2013

Thank you

5:52AM PDT on Aug 29, 2013

thank you!

12:42PM PDT on Aug 28, 2013

tks for sharing

10:24AM PDT on Aug 28, 2013

I think it's more improvisational but that's OK.

7:27AM PDT on Aug 28, 2013

Noted, thx

12:54AM PDT on Aug 28, 2013

awesome

9:40PM PDT on Aug 27, 2013

Thanks

4:46PM PDT on Aug 27, 2013

As far as I'm concerned the two most important words which most people have a hard time uttering are "I'm sorry." The 2nd two most important words are "Thank you." (totally untrue of Care2 readers!!) I love the concept of Ho'oponopono. There was a wonderful story I read about it one time. Basically what you do is think of the person you are having a difficult relationship with and send these thoughts to them repeatedly - "I'm sorry, forgive me, I love you, thank you." Here is a link to read more about Ho'oponopono:

http://www.huna.com/process-of-hooponopono/

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