Originally Posted by Zenn
You may have good resaons for neglecting your partner, but still the relationship suffers and he may still want out one day regardless. Consequences are consequences, no matter the causes being excusable or not.
Like you said, you sometimes harbor the thought of handing the bank a run down house. You have to be vigilent about what you wish for, especially when you know about LOA.
But it sounds like you are handling the situation very well. So it's a good lesson and there's no telling what good it may bring. Claim and exercise your power. Delegate some of the financial issues to the Universal Manager so you have some time for pleasure and taking care of other aspects of your life.
Thank you, Zenn.
You make excellent points. If I neglected a boyfriend (or a close friend) as much as I've neglected my house, I don't know if I'd expect them to hang around unless they were cutting me some serious slack.
And I know what you mean about my thoughts about screwing the bank, which all started because I feel like I am getting screwed by the bank. It took like a physical effort to start trying to turn that ship of thoughts around . . . I mean, one night in May I was so passionate about that whole "screw the bank" thing because they wouldn't work with me the way I want them to, that I had leaped up from the booth in a pub and started going on all passionately about the whole thing. And I began to realize that I was feeding this a whole lot of energy that could come back and bite me.