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Re: The story of my life

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  • carynlouise24
    Thank you Dottie love. and Pisces whacks in with an emotional moment! ... than others. If you haven t read it Karma Lectures Vol. III is for the students and
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 18, 2009
      Thank you Dottie love.

      and Pisces whacks in with an emotional moment!

      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, dottie zold
      <dottie_z@...> wrote:
      > Dear Caryn! Steiner talks about the students having tougher karma
      than others. If you haven't read it Karma Lectures Vol. III is for
      the students and what they will face.
      > The little book by John Barnwell so served me this summer during
      the greatest change of my life. It allowed me to work through four
      precepts that felt as if they directly spoke to me and what was
      needing to be transformed. It is so funny that yesterday I was
      looking for a final piece needed for the Grail Initiates Unite
      portion of the upcoming Anthroposophia Conferences and I just knew
      that those passages in that book Arcana of Light on the Path were the
      ones. Well, I opened up the book, and these words, that blew my world
      away, suddenly lost all their meaning for me! What I knew would
      always be the most important words no longer were! I marvelled over
      this and then I realized it was a time of transformation and what the
      soul so needed then it took and now that the transformation was here
      they ceased to have their full impact any longer. Shocking to me,
      just shocking!
      > I have found speaking my truth to others has freed my soul in a
      sense. And so I am imagining it is time.
      > All good things and 'strength to your elbow' as my friend likes to
      > "If there is something more powerful than destiny, this must be the
      human being who bears destiny unshaken." Rudolf Steiner
      > --- On Wed, 2/18/09, carynlouise24 <carynlouise24@...> wrote:
      > From: carynlouise24 <carynlouise24@...>
      > Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] The story of my life
      > To: anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2009, 12:02 AM
      > Hello to everyone here. I am signing in to say hi and bye for a
      > There are changes happening for me at the moment and this will take
      > me away for a while (is that a sigh of relief I hear!)
      > Same old story I guess …
      > From the age of 22 I have been married for 21 years. Since 1988 my
      > husband and I have owned our own company.
      > My husband is not an anthroposophist; actually he has no clue about
      > it although I spend most of my spare time studying with books open
      > he's never asked once about it and when I try to start a
      > he ignores me.
      > It has been a rough 21 years â€" for almost six years I could not
      > due to a hard treatment in our marriage.
      > In part owning my own company I have never been paid a salary â€" a
      > house to stay in (living in separate rooms) food, a car, clothes if
      > lucky.
      > I am the sucker that kept quite in order to maintain peace â€"
      > I have been praying for a job so I may have financial independence
      > I realize this is the only way I can gain some of my independence
      > feel that I am contributing to the household expenses.
      > I have been looking out for a few years now; sending my cv wherever
      > can.
      > Well a few weeks ago I was called in for an interview. I told my
      > husband immediately and he said I should go. I guess the money was
      > attractive.
      > After a final interview yesterday I have secured the job to start
      > Monday (this was communicated all along)
      > My husband and I hardly talk to one another .. you know … so
      > happening in your life although we've worked with one another for
      > long.
      > I told him this morning I start on Monday …
      > And … I was expecting this … he told me to fuck off, he's going
      > see a lawyer and divorce me.
      > So there you go â€" `tis what needs to happen so guess it will
      > and I will steer my course accordingly.
      > So after this long melodramatic story I want to say thanks for the
      > company. If I did not have spiritual science I think I would have
      > withered away long ago. And I view what has happened to me over
      > years as character building.
      > Once I'm settled I hope to be with you again.
      > Okay T bring the in violins now …
      > Be of good cheer!
      > Aaah and now I hesitate to tell you all this â€" it is so private,
      > pathetic really, but in here there may be a lesson for spiritual
      > science … I'm married to someone who doesn't have self
      > consciousness! â€" great, my luck!
      > Be of good cheer!
      > ------------------------------------
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