Originally posted by cornucopia
in my relationships with people who were not nice to me, I have tried karma, eye for an eye, mind games, etc.etc., but they all make me feel bad, sure
you may get someone back, but the feeling is not good deep down inside...I have learned that all I can do is just love...doing so, being so I feel my
it's all vibration/frequency, it really is...emotions are energy..
Over the last couple of decades I've noticed a very unsettling thing that has occurred and reoccurred in my own life. Well, it's unsettling when it
manifests as a negative impact of people - not when it's manifested positively. It's actually gotten more immediate and more aggressive in recent
years, as well, and that's been particularly alarming. I just wonder if anyone else has ever experienced anything like it.
It seems as if any form of personal attack on me or a close loved one results in either financial ruin, physical injury or (in four cases) death to
the person who has engaged me in that manner. Conversely, if I'm given strong support, the benefits are just as aggressively felt by the person so
engaged. Of course, this only pertains to people who are so engaged in a deliberate and ongoing manner - not just some jerk in traffic or someone
covering me for a dime while waiting in line behind me at the corner store.
So far, the deaths include a Grand Mal seizure suffered by a guy who inexplicably developed on-set epilepsy at age 40 within 9 months of his very
first-ever seizure, a murder, a suicide, and an as-yet undetermined cause-of-death that no one seems too concerned about (just dropped dead, and
that's about the whole story).
The injuries involve a quick bicycle crash that sent one end of the handlebar into the person's abdomen, ripping open his stomach and puncturing a
lung, a slip and fall (on an open wood floor, no trip or water present) that shattered the upper arm and shoulder socket; these being the permanent
injuries from among the many serious but non-permanent accident events.
Then, there are the bankruptcies (one caused by Michael Phelp's race for 8 gold medals in the 2008 Summer Olympics - no kidding - that one cratered a
catering company that had tried to cheat me out of $1,000s of dollars over the 661 charity volunteers I rounded up for them for a Women's Tennis Open
event that literally no one attended that week as a result of that Olympics drama) and financial meltdowns (just bad timing, I guess, for that
hot-sh*t financial planner in 2007, but then the whole world fell on its ass as well, so....) Oh yeah, and that miserable little divorce debacle
that's been dragging on for 4 years now, and has cost that idiot (so far) over $300K in legal fees, with no end in sight.
The good stuff has been just as remarkable and wonderfully timed. A perfect little house that just reappeared on the market as soon as my friend's
house sold (after only 5 hours of being posted as available - I'm not kidding) during the housing collapse, no less - and the seller of the new
(wonderful) place immediately knocking $20K off to move it as fast as possible - and tossing in the closing costs.
Plenty more examples but even I'm getting bored with this.
The hell of it is that I have absolutely no control over any of it. In fact, the deaths were as much a shock and just as upsetting for me as for
everyone else. The only difference is that these were people who'd aggressively come after me or deliberately betrayed me in some public and obvious
manner before the downfall began. Hell, one woman (very, very hot and well known for being very, very hot) packed on 60 lbs in one year - a glandular
issue brought on by SSRI side effects - will never get her hot little body back, and no one can explain why her metabolism suddenly went forever
haywire. I never even knew about the issue until a few years later, when I ran into her again and didn't even know it was her until she told me who
I'm just afraid that it's all hovering around me like a plague of some sort. To be fair, I do warn some people when they start moving in a negative
direction to take a moment and consider the possible costs of taking me on like that. Like I said, whatever it is, it's aggressive and extremely
dispassionate about doing what it does. And it's become extremely thorough in recent years. To be honest, it's really creeped me out at
edit on 5/15/2013 by NorEaster because: (no reason given)