Recovering from Nun Karma …”Nun took a vow of poverty – but is suing for pay”

A very interesting article in my local paper this morning on a nun who left the convent recently and is now suing for back pay.  The question is whether or not she is to be considered an employee or a servant of God. One gets paid the other does not.

Nun took a vow of poverty – but is suing for pay

http://www.thestar.com/news/article/1105109–nun-took-a-vow-of-poverty-but-is-suing-for-pay?bn=1

While the supreme courts are taking a look at this, the article leaves me contemplating how this type of Nun Karma shows up in the lives of many going unchallenged.  Volunteers who have a long standing committment to an organization and consistently go beyond the call of duty or personal resources may fall into the trap of an imbalanced exchange of energy.   They give far more than they receive and suffer in silence not wanting to challenge the authorities of the organization.  No one wants to look bad and we’d rather get sick as an excuse to not show up rather than announce the truth.   Sometimes a seemingly generous commitment to volunteer work has been made out of guilt or we are controlled in by some way by those inviting us so that our standing in the community is upheld, others think well of us or we can remain connected to our social circle – made an outcast if we don’t volunteer.

Reviewing our need to continue in a volunteer role in an organization is a healthy thing to do.  Perhaps we would like to provide our services somewhere new.  However, if we can’t say no to the existing role or freely walk away we are being controlled by our non-coherent patterns –  we are in a sense suffering from Nun Karma.
Where are you giving in your life more than you should due to the expectations of others?  What would you change if you could?  What would you do differently?   Read the Nun Karma repatterning to support your reflection and make conscious choices in the present.  (Link is in your newsletter)
With light and love

Carolyn

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About Carolyn Winter, Holographic Coach

Energy Healer & life coach, with unique online long distance applications providing tools to navigate your holographic universe. Currently partnering with Resonance Repatterning teacher Ardis Ozborn to bring the training seminars online in a live video conferencing format. My passion is quilting.
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2 Responses to Recovering from Nun Karma …”Nun took a vow of poverty – but is suing for pay”

  1. don gould says:

    THE REAL CONCERN HERE IS WHO IS EXCEPTING WORK IN EXCHANGE FOR JUST FOOD AND LODGINGS FROM OTHERS WHY CANT I OFFER TO HAVE MANY PEOPLE COME TO ME AND GIVE OF THEM SELVES FOR NOTHING BECAUSE THEY HAVE A GENEROUS NATURE AND I WANT TO BE THE BENEFICIARY OF THAT GOOD NATURE AND FURTHER IF I PROFESS TO BE GENEROUS BEFORE THE FACE OF MY GOD THEN WHY SHOULD ANYONE NEED TO SUE FOR REIMBURSEMENT SUCH AN ARRANGEMENT IS NOTHING MORE THAN EXPLOITATION SHE SHOULD DEMAND PUNITIVE DAMAGES AS WELL NOTE I AM A CATHOLIC AND I FROWN ON THIS EXPLOYTATION

  2. don gould says:

    I UNDERSTAND THAT SHE MADE A VOW OF OBEDIENCE WHICH INFERS THAT SOMEONE MUST BE OBEYED IF SO SHE IS IN THEY EMPLOY AND THEY OWE WAGES. AS WORK MUST HAVE BEEN ASSIGN AND SOMEONE TOOK THE POSITION OF OBEYEE AND THE RECEIVER OF WORK AMAZING THAT CRISTIAN CHARITY GOES OUT THE WINDOW WHEN SOMETHING FOR NOTHING STOPS I GUESS THAT FAIRNESS IS NOT PART OF THE CORPORATE CHURCH DOCTRINE

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