5 Steps for a Great Leader to Give Yourself a Karmic Cleanse

By | August 29, 2019

[August 29, 2019]  Heavy karma traps you in horrible patterns. You attract the same kinds of people, accidents, jobs, events, and unnecessary burdens into your life, just like everyone else in the world. You can achieve a break from the never-ending karmic cycle once you introspect and take concrete steps to resolve your karma. Remember, doing the right thing is not a hardship.

Put into practice the following steps to become unstuck from your karma and manifest a fresh new reality.

#1: Determine Your Karma

Defining your karma indicates pinpointing the areas of life where you feel lifeless. Is it a love relationship that won’t move forward? Perhaps it’s in your career which you cannot seem to breakthrough.

We are all bound to particular karma that puts us into unwanted situations. You must reflect on your obstacles honestly and figure out where the issue lies. You need to understand when and how did everything start. Remember, if you want to untangle yourself from the karmic knots and advance toward your genuine potential, you must revert to the origin of your problem.

#2: Take Responsibility

Once you admit to the wrongs you have made, you start to feel your energy shift. It’s not easy to take responsibility since your ego does not want to be blamed. However, it does widen your perspective. You begin to see where you might have been wrong and how you can do things rather differently the next time around. Basically, you learn from your mistakes.

#3: Cut Off Toxic Ties

Life is not easy, so It wouldn’t be wise to allow the wrong people to make it even more complicated. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean you need to create problems between you and the other person. Instead, you should distance yourself respectfully from those who bring you harm.

#4: Welcome Your Karma

Consider performing actions which nourish your inner spirit and boost well-being on each level. Also, travel back and shut those open doors, alleviate all your old pains, and comfort the inner child inside you.

Learn how to accept your personal karma and work accordingly with the universal cards that you have been dealt with. Also, carry out actions which counteract built-up karma from the past, and contribute to our world’s wellness.

#5: Take New Actions

If you notice that your old ways of doing certain things are no longer working, it’s time you changed your behavior. There are times when we are so engaged in behaving a certain way we don’t realize the apparent drawbacks it comes with.

You need to act on principle because that’s the easiest way to make up all karmic debts and gain positive karma. Try to do good deeds, even if you are not required to. Take good care of yourself and the people around you. Perform yoga, inhale the fresh air, exhale all your negative thoughts. This way, you’ll be able to cleanse your system and notice improvements in not only your physical health but also your mental health, and you’ll be one step closer to healing your karma.

Wrapping Up

Karma affects each one of us uniquely. Something that will benefit you is figuring out the source of the unsettled karma, and act toward resolving it. This will help you in achieving liberation sooner and experience karmic healing.

Author: Mary Walton

Mary Walton is a professional editor, content strategist and a part of NCSM team (https://www.ncsm.nl/heroes). Apart from writing, Mary is passionate about hiking and gaming. Feel free to contact her via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/people/Mary-Walton/100012680742037).

8 thoughts on “5 Steps for a Great Leader to Give Yourself a Karmic Cleanse

  1. Harry Donner

    Mary, I appreciate your method of going after the bad habits we all develop over time. These are worthy ways to make us better in everything we do. But also, as a leader, it is incumbent to teach and mentor others on the same set of principles.

  2. Bryan Lee

    Thanks for a well-constructed article on karma and its relationship to being a good person. While I didn’t learn anything new, it certainly made me rethink how I treat myself (and by extension, how I treat others). For example, ‘take responsibility.’ That is a common theme of Gen. Satterfield. Well done!

  3. Georgie B.

    Very good article, I enjoyed it. Different, yes! But to the point and based on realistic ways to make yourself a better person too. Thanks.

  4. Eric Coda

    Hi there Mary. Just like Doc noted, I found your blog posting to be kind of a different twist on making yourself a better leader. Many folks will just say you’re a tree-hugger or yoga master but they would miss the point. Leaders must be comfortable with themselves and you have given us some ideas (not new but to the point) on how to do it. Thanks for being a part of Gen. Satterfield’s leadership blog.

    1. Willie Shrumburger

      I agree Eric. For example, “cut off toxic ties.” If you can, do it. Being around people who will pull you down, can create enormous problems for you. Unless they are family, get away from them. If family, the problem is more complex and will take the whole family to take action.

  5. Doc Blackshear

    Very interesting and very readable. Thanks Ms Walton for a really different take on how to make yourself a great leader.


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