Do karmic relationships always end badly?

Are you wondering if karmic relationships always end badly?

Do karmic relationships always end badly?

We’ve all heard of karmic bonds, which are very intense relationships wrapped in often inexplicable characteristics with someone. According to some explanations, the nature of these intense relationships, where there is a very high degree of connection with the other person, is linked to past lives.

What not everyone realizes is that each of us has a unique soul that can be defined as a karmic bond; not everyone has one, and not all of them result in love relationships. These bonds frequently have characteristics of dependence, as if we had made pacts with each other, of something that does not make us feel completely free or completely whole at the same time.

Healing is possible, but only after the relationship has ended. This may be difficult for some because, despite the negativity, both souls are bonded by a powerful force.

Remember that the healing process begins when the other person leaves the relationship. After that, and after you’ve learned your life lessons, the healing process should be respected because it takes time.

Healing must occur not only emotionally, but also physically and psychologically. Restore the lost energy and become whole again. Don’t rush into another relationship because the negativity from the last one will be carried over.

Allow your life and your heart to heal. Remember to expel any residual energy from your karmic bond. When you have completed your karmic mission and learned your lesson, your relationship ends and you can move on and begin again.

This is a classic karmic relationship sign because they do not last no matter how much you want your partner to be your soulmate. The primary reason for this is that karmic relationships are always unhealthy. They always end up where they started: in conflict!

Why you should fix your attachment style to have better relationships

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Everyone deserves to have healthy, happy relationships. But lots of us are stuck in cycles of unhealthy and toxic relationships.

This is thanks to our upbringing and how we learned to relate to others.

For some, this means an anxious attachment style, where we are needy and have a fear of abandonment.

Meanwhile, others have an avoidant attachment style, where we keep emotional distance because we’re afraid of getting too close.

Both of these are insecure attachment styles.

What’s the solution?

To build an earned secure attachment style. This means that we understand ourselves and others. While also being able to relate to our past experiences in a healthy way.

This isn’t easy. It takes time and introspection. But it’s well worth it if it means getting the healthy and happy relationships you know you’ve always deserved

That we all deserve.

Get ahold of inner work exercises to help build your earned secure attachment style, so you can put an end to this cycle of toxic relationships once and for all.

Here are some resources I recommend:

Shadow Work for Beginners is based on my in-depth research and personal experiences with shadow work, projection, sadomasochism, inner child healing, triggers, and all things shadow. This resource gets updated at no additional cost.

A Light Among Shadows is a guide on self-love and being. This series goes over consciousness, spirituality, philosophy, and makes sense of why people are the way they are. Recommended for anyone dealing with resentment and self-hate. Learn more here.

Shadow Work for Relationships teaches you everything you need to know about attachment theory, practical inner work, and your dysfunctional behavior. By the end of this, you will have developed your earned secure attachment style so you can put an end to your cycle of bad relationships.


Shadow Work Journal: 240 Daily Shadow Work Prompts contains inner work exercises related to relationships, anger, anxiety, self-love, healing trauma, abandonment issues, depression, forgiveness, etc.

Self-Love Subliminal for self-hypnotism that will help you change your behavior and gain self-love, self-awareness, better relationships, greater health, and improve your creativity.

Shadow Play (or “DsR”) is a sister website that goes over “sensual” shadow work through BDSM experiences. If you are 18+ and are interested, go here.

Mindful & Mending is a small website that’s about self-hypnosis, affirmations, auto-suggestion, and more techniques & tools to help you shift your unconscious mind. Check it out here.

Inner Shadow Work on TikTok and Instagram.


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