April 7, 2019

Marrying Outside of Family’s Religion.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


I have been in a 4-year relationship with a man who is of a different religion than myself. My parents are extremely conservative and do not approve of this relationship. (In my religion there is no conversion and we must marry within the religion.) They are constantly making me feel guilty and as if I am a bad daughter, since they have done so much for me and I am somewhat dependent on them. I am having a hard time reconciling the Law of Karma. Though I am happy, my parents are also affected by this choice and they are extremely hurt. All their guilt and disappointment is even making me second-guess my relationship with my boyfriend. Do you have any advice for me?


This relationship you have been in for four year is your path to discover who you are and what is most important to you. So far you have defined yourself through your family and their values and beliefs, but now those ties are straining your connection with your boyfriend. Even though you didn’t say you love your boyfriend, since you have been together for four years and are talking about marriage I assume you two are in love. You are going to have dig deep inside and find your inner strength and truth to find your way forward.  Whether you choose to follow your family’s wishes or choose to   marry against their wishes, you are going to need real clarity and self-knowledge in order to not be crippled by either guilt or resentment from your decision.  You didn’t provide your age, but whatever your age, this challenge is your stimulus to mature quickly into an adult.



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