Are you in a karmic relationship? Here’s 3 signs to watch for.

“How people treat you is karma; how you react is yours.”-Wayne Dyer

Whether it’s that opinionated girlfriend, your nice-but-nosy co-worker or someone you’re currently dating or have dated, there are moments where you might wonder, “Why is this person getting under my skin? Why do I have such a hard time communicating with them or feeling heard? Is it karma? Did I do something in a past life to piss them off and this is my payback?”

 

In this video (3:21 min) , you will learn:
● What a karmic relationship is and what it means to be in one (it’s not just for lovers!)
● 3 signs to watch for that distinguish a karmic relationship from another type you’ve had
● The simple perspective shift that can create space for the karmic connection to “complete” without manipulation or pushing.

VIDEO: (3:21 min)

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23 replies
  1. Lin
    Lin says:

    Hi. I believe I am in a karmic love relationship. If so, does it mean that this relationship has no hope of becoming anything more, even once the karmic issue is resolved?

    I would appreciate any input.

    Thank you

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Hi Lin! Great question. So, while of course I can’t speak for your specific situation, I will share that it’s possible to have a wonderful relationship that is based on a new foundation/new energy if both parties learn the lessons from the karmic connection and still want to be together after it has been learned/healed. It’s not always like that, but it can happen. We all have Free Will. Hope that helps and thank you for sharing! If you would like more insight on your particular relationship, I would recommend booking a Soul reading and we can delve a bit deeper. https://dianadorell.com/services/book-a-session/ Much Love, Diana

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  2. Susan
    Susan says:

    Hi Diana,
    Having had many karmic relationships this incarnation and still working on some, one of my most challenging was in this decade. A woman that belonged to a mutual business organization asked to become a client which eventually turned into a friendship. She came to call me “Sis” (her only sibling an estranged brother) her total confidant, and became a constant and overbearing presence in my life. I constantly questioned why I stayed in this controlling relationship, what purpose did it serve me? I am blessed with a wonderful husband, children, grandchildren, brothers and sisters who have given me fantastic nephews and nieces and thought I lacked for nothing. She was divorced, had 4 children that I adored, (actually 3 of the 4) who were in HS and prestigious universities. Desperate for another man in her life after her boyfriend that she left her husband for suddenly passed over, she used OL dating and always brought these strangers into my life as well. I take full responsibility for allowing her to do this, never coming to terms as to why I did. After several years of this bizarre attachment I chose to no longer associate with someone who was self centered, egotistical, demanding and self destructive. I was actually fearful of ending this unhealthy relationship when she started stalking former boyfriends and more of which I dare not write. From Day 1 until the severing I questioned why. An A-ha moment occurred, several actually, that I had difficulty accepting, until I allowed myself to realize that I was attached to her needing me. It has been over a year now and any imagined repercussions never came to fruition. I wish her well in my heart and am grateful for the difficult lesson I learned. Whew! Love, Susan

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Thank you for sharing Susan! It’s great that you got an Ah-Ha moment and a lesson for yourself. Each person that comes into our lives can be a wonderful teacher for something about ourselves. Much Love, Diana

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  3. divin3
    divin3 says:

    Would there be a telepathic and psychic connection? What is the difference between Karmic & Twin Flame relationships? Can’t both be negative & cause pain? Ty

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Great question! So, again, this is just my understanding of it but karmic connections are those you have unfinished business with that you knew in a past life. You may have a strong psychic connection with them but on the whole these are the people that push your buttons and a Twin Flame (we usually meet one in this lifetime) is that person who seems to yes, have a telepathic, out-of-this world connection with and the energy is light and very loving (not usually negative at all). All negativity and pain is from the human side of us that is attached to an outcome or a person for our happiness. A great article on it can be found here if you want to learn more: http://sofiasiberia.com. Hope that helps! Much Love, Diana

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  4. Susan
    Susan says:

    Hello Diana,

    This is a great post and video. I believe that I’m in a karmic relationship, which has become a lot of work. (Some of it is work that I’ve needed to do on myself and have overlooked. For that, I am grateful.)

    Above the video it mentions that we will learn:
    The simple perspective shift that can create space for the karmic connection to “complete” without manipulation or pushing. (I didn’t hear or see this part in the video.)

    Please do share: What is the simple perspective shift for the connection to complete? I’ve been doubting myself and my (usually) good intuition. Any tips would be greatly appreciated to ease the difficulties and conflicts I’m facing with my partner. Thank you!

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Thank you so much for this Susan! The simple step to create space would be to make the choice to stop playing the victim when emotional buttons get triggered with this person and focus on the lesson you are learning 🙂 It is simple because you can declare it in a sentence outloud. “I now choose to focus on the lessons I am learning with X person and stop being the victim.” I hope that helps and I may make a follow-up video to this as many people have shared with me that it is something they’d like to learn more about. I’m not sure if you are already on the newsletter or not, but if not, I would LOVE to have you join so you can stay in the loop right here: http://www.DianaDorell.com
      Much Love, Diana

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      • Susan
        Susan says:

        Thank you Diana for the quick response. That suggestion/response does help, I’ll just need to practice it (not easy, since my partner has gotten really good at knowing how and when to push my buttons). When we first met, I didn’t even imagine things would become this difficult. Stress and life difficulties have brought to light this side of my partner, when under stress…lashing out at me, putting unfair, limiting demands on me, etc. The (old) pattern of relating feels familiar, but something I thought I was done with already, since I don’t believe a relationship should place limitations on anyone. I know that I’m learning and growing. Let’s hope my partner will also want to grow.
        Thank you so much. I’ll sign up for your newsletter to stay in the loop.
        Love and light to you! Susan

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  5. Sid
    Sid says:

    Hi Diana,

    Greetings!!! I feel that I am facing many Karmic relationships. I feel entangled in these relationships. It’s difficult for me to make myself (sometimes) and others understand what life is all about. Even though I have been practicing meditation and healing and I try to release positive vibes to make the other person feel better or may be understand the situation they are in. I feel that my divine time has started and I feel a very strong urge to spread the knowledge of light that I am getting in bits to rescue people from falling into the darkness. But as I am still in the learning process I feel I should give my self some more time to heal as its the need of my soul. Can you please suggest me as to what should I do to improve myself. Peace on you…

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Hi Sid, one thing I noticed you said is “I am getting in bits to rescue people from falling into the darkness” and one invitation for you to find peace is to let go of the need to rescue anyone. Everyone has their own Spirit Guides and the best way to assist others in finding their way is to be the Model and lead by example. Much Love, Diana

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  6. ariya
    ariya says:

    Hi,

    I have been a relationship for 2 years now. I feel a very deep connect with someone. I feel a deep emotional and physical intensity i have never felt before. My feelings for this person has led me to let go of friends and others around me. At the same time I get very hurt. He knows exactly how to push my buttons and make me feel very volatile at times, something which is not how i wish to be as generally i am a fun spirited, happy and calm person. While we both feel a sense of completeness with each other mentally and physically, he is very detached emotionally. I feel as if all my energy is being leeched and its affecting my health both mentally and physically. At the same time i feel i am unable to let go of this person. I am trying to understand this relationship in order to come through it. Is this a karmic relationship, or twin flames. Its unlikely we can be soul mates as peace doesn’t last between us. We both feel whether we are together or apart we will always have a deep bond. Also I am a Leo and he is an Aquarius, so does this have anything to do with being polar opposites.

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Hi Ariya,
      Thanks so much for sharing this. So, from what you described, it feels like a karmic relationship, especially because you feel like you just cannot let go but it’s draining your energy. You also most likely have some energetic cords between you two that make it difficult to perhaps see the situation clearly and objectively. If you would like to release the energy between you two, this is exactly what I help my clients with and I’d love to help you if it feels right. If you would like to book a session, we could start with a Soul reading and then go from there. Check out my services page here:https://dianadorell.com/services/book-a-session/ and thank you so much for being a part of the community! Much Love, Diana Dorell

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  7. Autumns_Heart
    Autumns_Heart says:

    Karmic relationships of any kind can be extremely confusing, and often times can be confused where no karma exists. The only real way to tell if its truly “karmic” is by familiarity. Any true karmic relationship will have a past imprint, something that feel comfortable regardless of how trying or in depth it is. Most of us have that intrinsic ability to “remember” on some level. But also, life and the universe is extremely complicated, to the point where even “seers” can have a hard time knowing how something should be resolved. Think of it less as “wrapping it up” and more like “getting it right” this time around. The higher self will always point you to a pathway that works, it just might take some time. Listening can be hard, but you have to look for those clues, and how it is challenging you. It’s not fun and games, it’s a LOT more serious than people want to give it credit for.

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    • Rah
      Rah says:

      Hi Autumns_Heart…. i feel the need to reach out to question your knowledge but I am not certain what I really should ask… i am just learning about karmic relationships and your words rang an inner bell or maybe just grabbed some part of me within. what guidance do you suggest for learning more? If you get this you can reach me at areyouready4truth gmail.com

      Reply
  8. Susan
    Susan says:

    Hi Diana,

    I wrote (back in August of 2013) about a karmic relationship I was in. I ended up needing to leave the relationship a few months ago, since I started to have physical symptoms; the stress of the relationship was causing me to have physical ailments and pain. I interpreted this to be my gut instincts (literally) sending me a message to leave, because the relationship was becoming toxic and it wasn’t serving my highest good. (My ex was becoming very self-centered, pressuring me, impatient, not hearing me or respecting me. Yes, very familiar, which I though I was done with.)

    It was so difficult to leave. I felt so attracted and I still feel that I have a bond with my ex. Since I’m feeling the pain of loss and remember the good time and traits of my ex (vs. the not so good/destructive behaviors), I’ve been doubting my decision and miss her. I tried so hard to stay, learn the lessons and “get it right” rather than “wrap it up”. I understand the idea of staying to “get it right” this time, but at what cost? (especially if it begins to take a toll physically)

    I struggle with wanting to go back, but is this a spiritual lesson needed to be learned or just repetition compulsion? (Trying to work out something that clearly was not changing for the better. I felt like I was on a hamster wheel.)

    My question to you:
    After leaving a karmic relationship, what helped you to find peace with your decision, trust your gut/intuition, and accept letting go of someone you feel so drawn and connected to? (How do you ease the pain of loss of someone you feel connected to, yet may not be a good match?)

    Thank you for your help.
    Susan

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    • dianadorell
      dianadorell says:

      Hi Susan, Thank you so much for sharing this with me and our community. Karmic relationships can be so multi-layered and I appreciate you being open about what you have been experiencing and wrestling with. To answer your question, there is no easy answer as a loss of a relationship, even if you know it was not for your best Good can feel painful and there is a mourning period. In my particular case, I just accepted the connection for what it was (a spiritually tied one) and fully accepted my feelings. It’s like a drug. Or any addiction though. There is an element of acceptance and then an element of willpower and self-love which for me looked like distancing myself physically and communicating minimally and then only about things that did not involve a romantic relationship. It gets easier but sometimes just making the choice to move on spurs on spiritual support in ways we can’t see at the top of it! Hope that helps and if you would like more support, this is exactly what I help my private clients with. If you’re interested in how I can help you in 2015, please send me a message here: http://www.dianadorell.com/contact With Love!

      Reply
  9. elle
    elle says:

    I broke up with my bf after few days we make up.. then we broke up again, and of course we make up and we promised eachother we will do better but this is on going. now we broke up again and this time the longest. two months. I still love him but still I’m afraid of losing myself over him again I miss him but I don’t want to get hurt again. I don’t know wat to do..

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    • Diana Dorell
      Diana Dorell says:

      Hi Elle, thank you so much for your comment. I know breakups can be very tough on our Spirit, both emotionally and physically, so my advice to you is to prioritize yourself. If it’s truly meant for you two to be together again, it will happen in the perfect time. And if not, another person will come on your path. But shifting the focus from him to taking care of you is a great place to consider looking at. If you would like to connect for a reading to learn more about why you two came together and what lessons you are meant to learn from the relationship, click here to book a private session. https://dianadorell.com/book-a-reading/

      Reply

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