Maeve explains that karma is like “a magical connection, a magnet, that pulls two forces or two people together… it happens so that we have no choice but to interact with that person.” This really rang true for me. When I met my husband, there were initially a series of miscommunications. We had separated during the evening at the concert where we had met, then found each other outside hours later. After we started dating, we briefly separated again, only to find each other at another event a few weeks later. We finally figured out that we kept reconnecting for a reason! And everything went smoothly from there.
It All Happens for a Reason
Maeve also says that karma happens “so that we can learn so that we grow.” For whatever length of time you are with your partner, there are truly no accidents in the Universe. A relationship may come along to teach you an important lesson you need to learn. Conversely, you may also be the provider of that important lesson or message for the person you find on your path. They say relationships arrive “for a reason, a season, or a lifetime.” When we pay attention to the messages we’re receiving, we can learn our lessons and move forward to new and positive experiences in our connections with others. As Maeve explains, “Karma is an invisible force that draws us into a situation, circumstance, or relationship. And it all happens for a reason.”