Are you having trouble dealing with past connections and cannot seem to resolve these conflicts? There is a chance it can be a karma issue that needs resolution. First let Psychic Red teach us what karma means and how this can affect our relationships.
It’s All Coming Back to You
Past-life connections can be heavenly, or feel like hell, depending on the reason why you’ve met this person again. If the two of you got along well in your previous life, then you are probably reuniting simply to deepen your bond of love. But if you’re reuniting to resolve conflicts that were left unsettled in your past life, then you might find yourself caught in a rollercoaster relationship that defies logic. How can you feel so intensely attracted to someone who only causes you heartache? Read on. Get more personalized advice, contact a psychic today!
How Karma Works
The word “karma” originates from the Sanskrit word “kri,” which means “to do.” The Vedanta spiritual philosophy interprets the meaning as “action, both physical and mental, and the effects of action.” Jesus described karma by saying, “As you sow, so shall you reap.” In modern terms, we say, “What goes around comes around.” The vibrations of the thoughts, intentions, and actions that we put out into the universe come back to us, like a boomerang.
Sometimes they come back immediately, as John Lennon sang in his song “Instant Karma.” Who hasn’t had that experience where you curse at someone and then you suddenly trip or spill food on yourself? Or, on the flipside, you do a good deed for someone and then you suddenly find a $5 bill in your pocket or hear from a long-lost friend. Many people refer to “good” karma or “bad” karma, but it’s really just that the quality of the energy you put out equals the quality of energy that you get back. As Psychic Red ext. 9226 explains, “The purpose of karma is to restore balance.”
Sometimes karma takes its good old time on the return flight. It might come back years later. And other times it doesn’t make its way back until your next lifetime. That deeply entrenched, long-term karma usually gives us an opportunity to learn a lesson that we failed to grasp in the past. Richard Sutphen, past-life hypnotist and author of the best-selling book “You Were Born Again To Be Together,” says that “Part of each person’s lesson will be how they handle the conflict.”
How to Work With Karma
One way to deal with karmic conflict is to discuss the issue with the person you’re having the problem with. Even if your adversary doesn’t believe in reincarnation, you can express your feelings in the context of here and now. You can start by saying, “I really like you, but there’s something that doesn’t feel right.” Then explain your conflict. If the other person agrees that something is out of balance, then you can talk about ways to change the situation. If you’re not sure exactly what’s wrong or how to smooth things out, you can talk to an outside person who has insight to your past lives, such as one of our psychics or a past-life regression therapist.
If the person you are in conflict with doesn’t believe there is a problem, then you must accept his or her opinion and move on. But how you move on is important to the karmic resolution. If you remain angry, blame the other person, or try to change the other person’s mind, you are most likely going to attract another opportunity to learn the lesson in the future, either with the same person or someone else. However, if you do not judge the other person and genuinely wish love for that person despite things not working out for you, then you are transcending your karmic cycle for this particular lesson.
Richard Sutphen also believes that wisdom erases karma. And the Vedanta philosophy believes that the boundaries of karma are transcended through God-realization. Psychic Faith ext. 9608 believes that grace transcends karma. “When you ‘get’ a lesson without either blaming someone or exacting revenge, when you learn how to forgive and say ‘thank you’ for every experience you have, then you are learning how to apply grace to your life.”
When you view karma as a flow of energy that you can actively affect with your loving thoughts and intentions, rather than as fatalism, you will eventually embrace the opportunities to participate in the restoration of balance—even when those opportunities come in the form of an ex-lover from 200 years ago.