Kharma Busting 102

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additionally from 101…..

So, once that knot dissolves, and the yummy relief is felt…you may notice several more knots rising up to be dissolved. I won’t lie to you, it can become addictive…busting up the knots, dissolving the emotional field, ending the wicked rant going on in your head. Yup, it can be super awesome. So just know, its totally fine to start doing it all the time.  And in the middle of the night, when a pain body or rant wakes you up out of a dead sleep, its okay to do it there too….after awhile you will notice a considerable amount of peace and ease where you used to panic, fear, worry, and fret,etc.  Its not without discomfort, yup, it can be a heck of a lot of discomfort busting up some of the big knots. But actual transformation is available. Its tricky not to get lost at the emotional field…stick with the physical sensation, don’t waver from the physical place or you’ll be back in the hell you know so very well. You can get the help of a friend…Try an Eckhart Tolle you tube or some teacher with a lot of awareness, play the tape, or podcast and get saturated in the stillness…keep it playing in the background for help. That emotional field can be very sticky and hard to get out of!!!

And also worth mentioning….busting up kharma is not “in order to” get closer to God or anything….its a solution to big Kharmic Pain-in-the ass! You can get real, real close to God messed up just as you are.  Its just that it is possible to end your deep, ages old, suffering. Those horrific patterns don’t HAVE to hang about.

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