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Children and Karma. Approaching behavior from a karmic perspective

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We have karma in our soul groups and so do our children. We see our children as those we decide to bring into the world, sometimes forgetting that in past lives they were partners, husbands, siblings, parents, lovers, enemies and friends.

This is especially true for Indigo and Crystal children who work with us to transform and end karmic cycles. Many of these children have come to help us with our lessons, sometimes by being our most challenging karmic partners.

Do you have a child who is rebellious and touchy, and who challenges you in every way? Is your child needy, clingy and unwilling to leave your side for even a moment? Or do you have a child who demands all your attention and is jealous of everyone else you spend time with?

All of these are situations that revolve around emotional problems of karmic relationships carried over from past lives. Knowing this can help you interact with them on an energetic level to resolve the energy that exists between you, rather than trying to figure out what’s wrong with your child.

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Approaching their behavior from a karmic perspective allows you to see them on a deeper level. They are more than just children, they are souls having a human experience just like you.

The rebellious child may have previously seen you as one who kept it from living its life, perhaps as a prisoner, a slave, someone who killed you, or an abused child or spouse. The sticky, needy child may have experienced you as a parent who neglected him, or died, leaving him alone.

The jealous child may have been a rejected lover, an undervalued partner, or someone who didn’t validate you in a past life. Whatever emotion expressed is simply karma in action. They don’t know how to handle the energy and therefore let everything come out.

Approaching their behavior from a karmic perspective allows you to see them on a deeper level. They are more than just children, they are souls having a human experience just like you.

Karma doesn’t start with adulthood, it starts when we make our parent/child agreement. From then on we are partners in our karmic cycle and everything we do reflects our willingness to complete or continue our karma with them.

As you consider your child’s behavior, ask yourself what your karmic similarity is with him. You can cut these cords and release them so that you can both move on to a more balanced, loving and energetically complete relationship and free them from expressing the emotions and energy of karma so that it can be healed.

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