Monday, May 2, 2011

You can lead the horse to water.....

Remember the saying, "you can lead the horse to water, but you can't make him drink?"  It is like that when discussing relationships with people when it comes to psychic work.  People believe what they want to believe about love interests, and they only hear what they want to hear.  When our heart is involved, our mind bends and skews information to make it what we want it to be.  A person we love forgets our birthday, and we make excuses saying that he/she is too busy, or that we shouldn't be so materialistic, instead of seeing the slight for what it oversight of tremendous proportions emotionally.  A lover starts texting a co-worker, and we find the text and believe that it is "all in great fun" and doesn't signal cheating because it isn't physical in nature.  Emotional cheating is as prevalent as physical cheating.  Trust your head and not your heart.  Excuses for bad behavior run rampant.  Do not accept bad behavior from someone who supposedly professes their love for you.  Have a talk with them, ask them to change their behavior, and if they do not.  End it.  Stop the excuses.  I say this with compassion and conviction. Namaste.  Karen


  1. It does take a lot of courage to live consciously, doesn't it?

  2. I think that courage is the word. There is so much pain from relationships. Things are not always the way they appear in our heart. Relationships change, and people grow with their needs being different. Hanging onto houses and "things," and equating those with success is living in the EGO. We are successful when we live in our "truth" and see things for how they are and not how we want them to be. It all is in how we define ourselves. The words "spouse," "wife," "husband," "child," "executive," all define us in the material world. The ego is stroked by the "bottom line" in our paystubs, we look at the year end tax return and feel good or bad by what we "made." If people would understand that happiness is a verb in that we choose it everyday, and must do something to achieve it. Those are my thoughts. Karen