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The Reason Everyone is Splitting Up Now!!

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steffee Mon 08-Aug-05 22:39:54

Sorry gonna be long!!

Vibrational Changes in Relationships
by Fran Hafey/Mysti
July 27, 2005~

A vibrational shift occurred last week and many people are feeling it. I've observed issues
that people have been involved with... are now feeling the heat, not just outside, like here in
Virginia where I live, as the heat and humidity are soaring, but especially in relationships.

What wasn't working is being changed. Loose ends are being tied up and doors and windows
are opening. Some are becoming awake, as if their eyes have been opened and they see and
feel the truth for the first time. Others that have been sitting on something for a while, not sure
which way to turn are choosing and now doing something about it. This is the time. Is it really
a closure or is it a new beginning... perhaps both?

Over the last year and more, I've helped many people dealing with their Spiritual and earthly
relationships. I've seen many not sure what to do, feeling they have no choices or ways to get
out or no where to turn. I've even felt frustrated at times, but also knew that things would work
in the right timing and I was there to help them learn patience, how to find their inner personal
power and how to find strength in times when they felt like giving up. At times, its very difficult,
because I love and care for so many of them and I myself have felt some of the same things.
No one is really exempt when it comes to relationships and how they evolve.

The key to ending a relationship, or beginning a relationship, especially in this New World of new
energies, is one of openness, honesty, truth, sincerity and most of all, the top of the list is LOVE.
You may be ending your relationship and may have many, many emotions running through you,
you may not feel so wonderful, but when we can stop and see and treat the other person from
the source of love, then things will always go smoother, even if it may not seem so at times.

I've told many people... "have a plan." Sit and ponder. What about your happiness? Be truthful
with yourself. Are you unhappy on the surface or does this go much deeper to your Soul? What's
working in your life and what's not? What are you willing to sacrifice for happiness? Have you
thought of any of these questions? If so, then you may be evolving and thinking on a higher level
about the relationships you're involved in and you just may be receiving some inside information that
can help you to end, begin or make your relationships better and more loving and prosperous.

We all deal with difficult people and they come into our lives for a reason. We may learn some tough
lessons and then, even when we think we're staying because of love, we may find its time to move on
not just for us, but for the other person too, even when that other person may not be so loving towards
us, we must see the bigger picture and act on it from a higher level.

This last shift may take a few months to unfold, at least. This is just the beginning for many people
to begin their "digging in the dirt" so to speak to reveal more about themselves, the people around
them and the people their involved with in different types of relationships. There will always be
those that try to tell others their truth and those that want to take too much and not give, so when
we deal with people, we just have to see things through the eyes of real unconditional love and
things will always be and turn out much smoother and better for all involved. The truth is always
revealed in time.

All Mysti/Fran Hafey's messages protected ©Mystickblue 2005 All rights reserved.
Do not copy or share without permission~

Fran Hafey is a Spiritual Counselor, Healer, Visionary Writer, Earth and Animal Activist and Teacher, living
in the mountains of Virginia with her husband, dogs and birds. She provides guidance, inspiration and
love via her Website, groups and newsletter on the World Wide Web. She's currently working on publishing
her own books about love, inspiration, magic and nature stories for Children of all ages.
http://Mystickblue.com

cod Mon 08-Aug-05 22:41:13

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steffee Mon 08-Aug-05 22:42:52

Probably, but EVERYONE seems to be breaking up atm.

cod Mon 08-Aug-05 22:43:29

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steffee Mon 08-Aug-05 22:50:00

Not yet...

kid Mon 08-Aug-05 22:51:58

I'm not breaking up, I'm very happy infact

Ladymuck Mon 08-Aug-05 22:52:49

<waits to see if Cod takes on role as counsellor.

WigWamBam Mon 08-Aug-05 22:53:35

I'm not breaking up.

The bit at the bottom says "do not copy or share without permission" ... is MN going to be in doo-doo over this?

steffee Mon 08-Aug-05 22:57:25

Um... no, the author is a good friend

Jimjams Mon 08-Aug-05 22:57:49

I'm not- its our 8th wedding anniversary tomorrow.

Aimsmum Mon 08-Aug-05 22:59:18

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steffee Mon 08-Aug-05 22:59:37

Happy Anniversary!!

Sorry if I caused offence, obviously lots of people aren't breaking up, but I do know a lot that are too (more than usual)

eidsvold Wed 10-Aug-05 06:07:41

i'm not and none of my friends are..... dh and I are coming up for 4th anniversay - but they have been four stress filled years- that would have tested any relationship.

MrsGordonRamsay Wed 10-Aug-05 07:28:12

DH and I are together 16 years this year and married for 13 and at times they have been bloody hard, but in a strange way character forming.

KBear Wed 10-Aug-05 07:45:53

Me and DH have been together 15 years and married 13 - times get tough occasionally but we've come this far and ain't quitting now. I love him. (Even if he shouts at me while we pitch our tent! - Grumpy old wotsit)

ssd Wed 10-Aug-05 08:24:30

we're not splitting up either and I agree with cod's post saying this is bollocks.

MaryP0p1 Wed 10-Aug-05 08:59:14

Have to admit that i thought things were fine about 2 weeks ago, not great but not THAT bad. Last week all hell broke loose and for the last 2 weeks we haven't been able to be in the same room together without fighting (not good for any of my family). He has had to return to the UK this week and we fought all the way to the airport. He has said he doesn't want to stay with me and a few other carefully considered comments. I'm serioursly considering taking him up on his offer.

handlemecarefully Wed 10-Aug-05 09:00:09

Que?

No, the reason I am considering leaving my dh (but probably won't because we'll keep plugging away at it, try and get it back on track) is because he can be a t*er!

MaryP0p1 Wed 10-Aug-05 09:04:06

Similar for me every time we have a fight he threatens to leave me. I'm at a point where I'm thinking well bugger off then. He lose more than me because we live abroad and he would have to return to the UK and would have more difficulties seeing his children

gingerbear Wed 10-Aug-05 09:15:04

more people than usual are splitting up? Where? How many usually break up? I think summer holidays can be a pressure point in relationships anyway - kids at home, more time together on holidays, away from normal routines. If your relationship is a bit wobbly, there is nothing like 6 weeks on top of each other to push things too far.

handlemecarefully Wed 10-Aug-05 09:17:54

Personally, I would like to set up a commune with other women and children where we can democratically share out household tasks, childcare etc.

If any women feel the 'call of the flesh', we will have a separate ante room or two where they can bring back their male consort for a night of passion, before sending him on his way again.

But I'm going off topic.....

katierocket Wed 10-Aug-05 09:19:17

whaaaaat?!! nonsense.

handlemecarefully Wed 10-Aug-05 09:20:22

lol KatieR - what the vibrational changes or my commune? or both most probably

katierocket Wed 10-Aug-05 09:21:45

ha hmc, no I like the commune idea, I was talking about the vibrational 'shift'.

great way to earn a living, think I might becaome a "Visionary writer"

katierocket Wed 10-Aug-05 09:22:15

and of course hmc this brings to mind the infamous mumsnet Yurt.

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