How to Identify a Karmic Relationship
Karma or reincarnation? Is it possible that you are being punished for your past actions? If so, what exactly does karma mean and how do you know if you have committed any crimes against others?
Karma means action or reaction. You might think that karma is something that happens to someone else, but it’s not! Karma is actually something within us all. It’s part of who we really are. Karma is the idea that we’re responsible for what we’ve done and will continue to do in the future. And sometimes when things don’t go well, there’s no way out of them; they just happen. There are consequences to everything.
But what happens if those consequences aren’t always bad? What if they make life better than it would otherwise be?
That’s where karma comes into play. Karma is the idea that we have choices in life. Sometimes we choose wrong, but other times we can choose right.
When you look back on your life, what did you do differently from the rest of us? Did you learn something new?
Maybe you even got lucky and made some money because of it. Perhaps you were kinder to others than normal and helped them out. Or maybe there was nothing positive about your life at all…maybe it was just plain awful! If you look closely, you’ll see that no matter what you did in life, you made a choice. If you chose to help others, then maybe that was the right choice. Maybe not in the eyes of others, but it was the right choice for you and your future path in life.
Because you’re here!
What if your life has just been hard and miserable?
If that’s the case, then maybe now is a good time to think about changing your ways. You have more control over your life than you think. We all do. Our actions are what determine our destiny. So if you’ve had a really hard life, think about what you can do to make it better. If you don’t like your life, then change it! If you don’t like the way things are going in your life, then change it! We all have that power and we all have that choice. To get on the right path, you have to take a good, hard look at yourself. Then and only then can you see what changes need to be made. We can only help you with the first step…the rest is up to you.
Hidden signs of a karmic relationship
Sometimes love comes in many forms. It can happen in the blink of an eye or it can take years to develop.
This is especially true when it comes to karmic relationships. These relationships can be hard to identify. They’re not always obvious and are often overlooked. This is mainly because you’ve known the person for so long or you feel like you’ve been together for ages. Let’s take a look at some of the signs that you might be in a karmic relationship.
Have you recently developed a close friendship with someone? Do you feel an extreme sense of comfort whenever you’re around this person? Do you find yourself opening up to this person? Do you think about them a lot? Have you ever felt like you’ve known this person before?
These are all signs of a karmic relationship.
You must be thinking, okay but what’s the point of it all? What if I don’t want to be in a karmic relationship? What if there is no point to it all?
Slow down! It’s not necessarily something that you have to jump into. It just means that you and this person have the potential to form a strong bond. Whether or not you decide to pursue it is entirely up to you. If it’s meant to be, it’ll happen. If not, then it wasn’t meant to be. Nothing more, nothing less.
Karmic relationships are very rare
Karmic relationships are definitely special kinds of relationships that are formed between two people. They can last for a very long time or even a lifetime.
They can result in marriage, children and even family. They’re not instantaneous, but they do tend to develop at a fast rate. But like all relationships, they require hard work, dedication, compromise and sacrifice. Whether you’re married, dating or sisters, the level of commitment is still the same. If you happen to find yourself in a karmic relationship, make sure you treasure it because they’re very rare.
How to find your karmic partner
Have you ever thought that you were destined to be with someone, but for whatever reason, it didn’t happen?
Maybe it was because the timing was off or maybe you or they weren’t ready. Whatever the case, you can still find your karmic mate.
The question is, are you willing to put in the work and effort into finding this person?
If you are, then you’re definitely going to find yourself with the person you’re destined to be with. It’s all a matter of putting in the time and effort. With that being said, here are some steps you can take to help find your karmic partner.
Step 1: Get rid of your baggage
This is probably the most important step on your journey to finding your karmic partner. Before you start looking, you need to get rid of all baggage that you might be holding on to.
Baggage can take the form of resentment, anger, bitterness, sadness and even guilt. If you’ve been through a bad breakup and you still hold a grudge against your ex, then you probably need to let go. Holding on to these feelings is only going to cause you more emotional harm and it’s not going to make you a happy person.
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