In this post, we discuss ideas on how are karmic relationships from past lives.
How are karmic relationships from past lives?
In Buddhism and Hinduism, the term “Karma” means “Action and Effect,” and it refers to the cumulative effect of one’s past and present actions.
Relationships based on karma are formed when two people have unfinished business from previous lives.
When two people are in a karmic relationship, the attraction between them is usually strong, and they feel the need to be close to each other as soon as they see each other.
This type of relationship is characterized by a strong initial attraction and a quick decision to remain together.
Both of them have unresolved emotions and believe that this method can help them heal them. Insecurity, anger, jealousy, guilt, and fear are just a few of the emotions that can arise from these past experiences.
The beginning of a relationship is a bed of roses because it begins with the union of two souls.
However, as time goes on, the unresolved feelings of the previous incarnation emerge.
There is a lot of tension in karmic relationships.
With this relationship, the love you have for your soulmate isn’t as calm and serene as the love you have for your partner.
Peace cannot be found in this type of relationship. Jealousy, abuse of power, fear, manipulation, control, and dependence are all hallmarks of this relationship.
In many cases, it can lead to tragic outcomes. Such as a jealous and domineering woman in a relationship, for example.
He does not have the freedom to live his own life as he wishes, and she is always suspicious even when there are no real reasons for her suspicions.
Even though he likes her, he decides to break up with her because he feels suffocated.
As a result, she is unable to let go, refuses to accept her circumstances, and ultimately takes her own life.
For the rest of his life, he will be haunted by the guilt he felt for the death of his girlfriend.
Both the woman’s possessiveness, which is unhealthy in any relationship, and the man’s guilt-free abandonment are the emotional wounds that need to be healed in this situation.
Conflicts and actions are the fault of the parties involved, not the other way around.
The foundation of a healthy relationship is mutual freedom, self-esteem, and an absence of ownership.
You may have found true love if you’ve come to terms with your situation and still want to be in a relationship with someone else.
In karmic relationships, reunions occur to help people heal and let go of each other.
You probably won’t be in a relationship like this for very long. A lot of them are short and don’t have a long-term effect. Individuals’ freedom, self-resolve, and self-love are the primary objectives of karmic relationships.
There is a lot of pain and suffering on both sides in these relationships, and they don’t last long.
However, this is essential for each individual’s growth and development. An opportunity to learn how to detach yourself and prepare yourself for a new, healthy relationship is available to you both.
How Your Past Lives’ Karma Affects You Today?
1. Karma has no time limit.
Karma is the baggage that your soul transports from life to life. Unfortunately, unlike airport luggage, this particular baggage is never lost, so you’re stuck with it until you open it up and sort through its ancient contents. You may be experiencing karma from previous lifetimes without even realizing it.
However, once you have dug through your karmic suitcase, you will be able to confront your outstanding karma and lighten your energetic load.
2. Karma means that no one in your life happens by chance.
Everyone in your life is there for a reason, and karmic relationships will unfold as planned despite your best efforts.
That is why it is critical to recognize each person’s role in your life: Why are they there? What are they here to teach you, and what are you here to teach them? What is the karma you’re supposed to have with this person? The sooner you recognize the truth of your karma with someone (whether good or bad), the sooner you can settle it.
3. According to karma, you become what you have done.
We often think of karma in terms of “what goes around comes around,” thanks to the media. However, the reality of karma is more than just being “punished” for our bad deeds—positive karma exists alongside negative karma. If you stole, others will steal from you in the lives that follow. You will be nourished if you nourish yourself.
Your actions in each lifetime become the circumstances of your being, so do your best to live this life authentically and truthfully.
4. Karma has the power to reverse our roles.
One of the most fascinating aspects of karma is that it frequently causes us to reincarnate in the opposite direction. This means that your parent may have been your child in a previous life. The souls then agreed to perform the opposite act before reincarnating in this lifetime. Souls can also change gender. Positions shift throughout lifetimes in response to karmic need; whatever dynamic is required to repair or heal karma will be manifested through changing roles in our cycle of lives on Earth. People you know now may have had a drastically different impact on your previous lives!
5. Karma is repeated in order to produce new results.
There is a higher purpose for karma to repeat itself, and it is not to cause you pain. Instead, it is intended to teach you to take different actions for different outcomes.
If you keep attracting the same type of partners into your life, it’s time to examine your choices:
Why do similar people keep coming in?
What should you do differently next time?
This necessitates honest introspection and evaluation of one’s own flaws and weaknesses, which is admittedly difficult.
Don’t be afraid to look inside yourself. Recognize what needs to be changed within you in order to change what is outside of you.
Then you can change your behavior to break karmic cycles and advance in your potential.
Karma from previous lives is very much present in your current life.
Having the courage to open your karmic suitcase today can change your destiny for future lifetimes.
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.