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Love Relationships & Karma - The Good, Fair, and Impossible

Updated on May 11, 2013

A good relationship bond is either there or it isn't and much of that is based on your past life karma with each other, level of self-awareness, personal timing, and degree of challenging or rewarding individual love karma.

By degree of love karma, we're referring to the type of romantic partnership experiences you are fated to have. We have found, through tracking thousands of people, that this can be discerned through comprehensive numerology and astrology.

Personal love karma can be viewed as a spectrum with one end representing unbearably challenging relationship experiences, and the other symbolizing extremely rewarding. Few people are at the far end of either side.

Despite appearances, a lot of people secretly feel a sense of lack regarding their relationships. Many are unhappy (as we encounter regularly), but have learned to "play the game" and mask the dissatisfaction through excessive busyness, food, anti-depressants, alcohol, denial, or self-deception.

The good news is that you can make the most of your situation through acceptance, forgiveness, and feeling grateful as often as possible for the things you like about your relationship, step kids, baby, home, etc.

You can't delete the negatives in your marriage/love connection, but you can learn to embrace them for the reasons they exist while also detaching from them. Seeing things as they truly are is the first step. Don't be afraid to acknowledge that adversity and challenge are necessary parts of life and that they serve a purpose.

Also, if a traditional marriage arrangement isn't working for you, you may want to consider something less traditional. As long as you agree and are respecting each other in the process, you're free to create a relationship that works for both of you.

Copyright © Scott Petullo, Stephen Petullo


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