It’s believed that specific family bloodlines can carry unique karmas, and also that the most spiritually developed person in a particular family carries “energetic blockages” unless they are somehow able to release it throughout their life. In theory, this energy passing can be accomplished either physically, verbally, energetically, or even subconsciously. For instance, the person within a family that always tends to disagree and argue with their parents could be suffering from one of these energetic blockages.
These blockages can result from past disagreements or arguments which the person in question should have accepted, learned from, and released—but for one reason or another, people sometimes ignore or refuse to do these things. The person who is repressing these issues might be fine with the negative thoughts and feelings which they are harboring, but when this essence or karma is passed-on to a member of the next generation of the family, it isn’t always received as positively to say the least.
In fact, this can result in the person lacking focus, attention, and love in regards to themselves and other family members, which can in-turn result in a mass consciousness of a lower and more dense level. Please read the following list in order to determine if you are the carrier of one of these family karmas, or to determine which person in your family is the carrier—it should be invaluable info in either case.
10 signs that you carry your family’s karma.
#1: You’re the most spiritual and conscious person in your immediate family.
#2: It seems like you’re “different” from everyone else in your family.
#3: You become ill out of the blue from time to time, and sometimes it feels as though the weight of the world is on your shoulders.
#4: You always seem to get caught-up in the strangest of family discussions and situations.
#5: You have an innate sense of what the family karma is, and you also have an innate urge to change it.
#6: You worry that bad family karma will be detrimental to your family some day.
“I’m a true believer in karma. You get what you give, whether it’s bad or good.”—Sandra Bullock
#7: You worry that the bad karma will be detrimental to you most of all.
“There’s a natural law of karma that vindictive people, who go out of their way to hurt others, will end up broke and alone.”—Sylvester Stallone
#8: You wonder if you are putting out the type of vibes that you intend to.
“I believe in karma, and I believe if you put out positive vibes to everybody, that’s all you’re going to get back.”—Kesha
#9: You’re somewhat superstitious pertaining to the concept of karma.
“Being vegan just gives you such great karma.”—Alicia Silverstone
#10: You try not to get your hopes up when you sense the that family karma might be improving.
“I’m probably my biggest critic. I worry that if you spend any quality time reveling in good things then karma will slap you upside the head, so I try to stay as even keel as I’m able.”—Neil Patrick Harris
Vanquishing negative karma.
In theory, one must release their ties to the family karma in their mind before it can begin to be released in full. More specifically, one must pinpoint the main point of disagreement, argument, or ideology which has caused the karma to become negative. Once a potential issue has been pinpointed, it must be explored in both thorough and vivid detail, the facts (or failures) must be acknowledged and accepted, and then the negativity must be released and moved-on from. A more positive way to look at it is to take full responsibility for your thoughts, feelings, and actions, and to refuse to deceive yourself about any of its aspects. It may be true that someone is a victim of their parent’s ego-based consciousness, but they still must be able to transcend these issues in order to be free of their karma.
#1: Meditate and self-reflect to determine the core of the recurring issues.
#2: Comprehend the behavioral patterns which are at work, and change them.
#3: Choose to control your own energy and soul—be your own karma-carrier.