Karmic relationships do not respect healthy boundaries in their partners. They serve only their own self-interest and needs.
It’s strange how we think that we can find ourselves. As if the essence of our beings could fit into words of familiar languages. The truth is that we are as vast as our untapped potential, as big as the sun and stars, and as wild as the universal spirit of life.
Emotionally abusive people shower you with attention one day, and then withhold it the next. They make you feel really special, and then act like you mean nothing to them.
Tell me your biggest supernatural or paranormal fear?
They’re very good at judging others and pulling them down, but almost incapable of seeing faults in themselves. They’re in denial of their own weaknesses, and are not willing to admit that they’re human and less than perfect just like everyone else.
The inflow of cash in a non-fulfilling job feels good with the first few shiny new paychecks, but then the human part of us begins to wonder whether we are turning into machines. It begins to seek deeper meaning, an emotional and spiritual connection that materialism alone isn’t able to satisfy.
You’re looking for what they can do for you in your idealized fantasy, rather than the reality of what you can do for each other.
Don’t look for a man who puts you on a pedestal, and loves only the pretty parts. Look for a man who loves your authenticity, your rawness and realness.
I’m not a Facebook friend or an Instagram like. I’m a real person with emotions, thoughts, hopes and dreams. I’m not going to pretend like I don’t care, and that being vulnerable is something I should be ashamed of.
I’m really sorry if you had a bad experience once or twice, but if you have a string of shitty relationships with ‘assholes’, maybe the problem is not the entire population of men. Perhaps you should consider that maybe the problem is you.