When we discuss karma, we often focus our attention on our own individual actions – are you putting positivity or negativity in the world? However, a few selected people will carry a heavier burden, the karma of their family over the generations.
Although we all feel the impact of our own individual karma, experiencing the long-term effects of our own decisions, there are some who carry a heavier burden.
Karma can build up over time, and it has long been theorized that a family can carry familial karma, the result of generations of people interpreting all of their own morals and values. Although this karma can come from any member of the family, there are those who will bear the burden.
Watch for these 7 signs:
1. Sometimes you experience unexplainable sickness/illness:
There are times when the energy of karma weighs on us with such pressure that it can actually cause physical pain and suffering.
This includes a sudden cold or flu, muscle aches or pains, unexplained headaches, or just pressure that makes breathing difficult.
2. You fear the effects of bad karma:
You may not realize that you are, but you will go to great lengths to protect yourself from the consequences of bad karma.
Some may even see you as paranoid because you focus a lot of your time avoiding negativity and trying to encourage positive energy in all areas of your life.
3. You realize you have a higher state of spiritual awareness compared to your family:
Often the family member who is responsible for taking on this family responsibility does so because he is most connected to the spiritual realm.
They can feel and connect with spiritual energy in a way that no other family is able to do. You are more spiritually aware than anyone in your family.
4. You find yourself caught up in odd or bizarre family matters:
When something is wrong with your family, no matter how weird, or bizarre it can be, you just can’t avoid it. Try as you can, you are drawn into all family conflicts, disagreements, and dramas. Why?
As the burden of family karma, it will ultimately have an impact on your life.
5. You identify the recurring patterns in your family members’ behavior and feel like you want to fix them:
When things happen in your family, you can’t help but notice the connection to situations in your past. There are models and trends.
Family members regularly make the same situation-to-situation error that karma hopes to correct. Are you ready to take this opportunity and learn from it?
6. You kinda feel like you don’t belong in your family:
It’s hard to put your finger on it, but there’s something about you that doesn’t quite match the rest of your family members. You feel different.
You may notice that you have different character traits, strengths, weaknesses, or natural responses to the outside world.
7. You truly worry that you might be carrying this karma to the next generation:
It is your burden to bear; however, you also realize that someone else who will come after you will carry it on their back. For this reason, you worry about who will bear the responsibility in the future.
You can even focus on correcting current karma to relieve some of the stress of the next person.