How to Fix Bad Karma – Why Bad Things Happen to Good People

I wanted to expand a little on my previous post How to Repair Bad Karma:
Why bad things are happening to people?

Everything that happens to us is the result of us attracting it. Of course, we are not consciously attracting bad things to us. Yet, apparently something within us does.

You probably heard about the concept of “self-fulfilling prophecy.”

When you feel that you are not worthy of love, you will attract to you people who are incapable of loving.

If you feel that you are not capable of generating more than $50,000 a year, you’ll find out that no matter how hard you try, you’ll never exceed this amount. Or if you make more, something will happen and you’ll lose it, or spend it unwisely, etc.

The problem is that you may feel you are capable, but something in your subconscious feels the opposite for whatever reasons. So, you are not even aware of what hits you. As you are unaware of the enemy within, you feel totally helpless and hopeless to change. In your despair, you call it “my bad karma with money.”

The good news is that there is a way to find the exact roots of this so-called ‘bad karma’ and to easily and quickly uproot it, and change it to good karma.

Here is another example:

A lot of time I hear women telling me, “It is just my bad karma to keep on dating (or even marrying) the wrong men, over and over again.” A woman will keep on choosing to date a man who is selfish, needy and/or abusive.

Many times we have seen a woman who was abused by an alcoholic father chose to marry alcoholic and abusive husbands. After some time, they muster the courage to divorce them, only to re-marry a different abusive and alcoholic man.

It seems that this is a subconscious choice, as at the time of the courtship the man is usually acting like a very nice, considerate and mellow type, only to show his true face after the wedding ceremony.

What is going on here? Karma?

Psychologists call this phenomenon “Repetitious Compulsion.” You are compelled to repeat the same pattern of behavior over and over. Why? Is it because you were bad in a past life? Do you deserve to suffer? The acceptable psychological theory is that it is a repetitious need to “correct” the original trauma with the father by marrying a father substitute and letting him become loving and nurturing.

Another explanation is that even though the situation is painful, it is familiar and this is less scary.

My explanation is a bit different: A child who is abused has to believe that the parent is justified in abusing her. She has this subconscious imprint that she deserves to suffer. This imprint in the subconscious acts like a magnet that attracts the same situation over and over till the imprint gets addressed and removed.

I call such subconscious imprints “subconscious sabotage” as it sabotages all chances for a change unless it is corrected. So, negative beliefs, suppressed negative emotions below the level of our awareness, are attracting negative life experiences that we keep mislabeling as “bad karma.”

We now have the tool, the Sabotage Correction Technique (SCT) to quickly and easily find out the “bad karma” magnets in our subconscious and get ourselves on the way to a happier, healthier and more prosperous life.

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Author: Dr. Daphna Slonim

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