Want to avoid buyer’s remorse?
Buyer’s remorse may occur after you sign a contract to buy a home or once you’ve purchased. It’s a horrible feeling that you’ve made a huge mistake. How do you avoid or cure buyer’s remorse? The answer lies within your soul.
Buyer’s remorse is a conflict between your ego and soul. Either your ego decided to buy the house and now your soul hurts or your soul decided, and your ego is scared. The more your ego and soul are united during the home buying process, the less buyer’s remorse you’ll have and the easier it’ll be to cure it if it arises.
Uniting the ego and soul is part of the Journey to Your Soul’s Home®. But what if they weren’t united when you bought?First, identify if your ego or soul made the purchase decision. If you purchased to please others, bought out of fear or under pressure, your ego likely decided. But if you felt guided by your soul, your ego may be afraid of the changes that will result from living in your Soul’s Home®.
Buyer’s remorse can play out in a variety of ways. For example, shaming you or the Seller for not knowing or disclosing an issue that’s come up with the house or guilting you because your house is still in disarray even though you just moved in. No matter the reason, the cure lies in the question, “What’s the spiritual purpose of this?” Whether your ego decided or your soul, your soul wants you to embrace this as an opportunity.
Keep asking “What’s the spiritual purpose of this?” until you get an answer that brings a peaceful feeling. It may take a few days so, whenever you’re feeling bad, shift your focus to the question, “What’s the spiritual purpose of this?” Allow the answer to guide you to cure your buyer’s remorse.
I hope that when you buy, your ego and soul will be united so you don’t experience buyer’s remorse. But if not, I hope you’ll be able to find the spiritual purpose of your buyer’s remorse so you can make it your Soul’s Home® or find a way out.
If you want my help uniting your ego and your soul on the journey to your Soul’s Home®, I’d love to talk with you. Just click Contact Me to get in touch.
Until next week, I wish you well on your journey.