We all know about the term karma and it reflects on “What goes around comes around.” It means if you have done anything wrong to anyone then you will get its consequences. Like karma, there is something known as karmic debt. Karmic debt refers to your past life choices that are repeating in your present life. On the other hand, Twin Flame refers to the deep soul connection between two people.
- Twin flame means a deep connection between the souls of two individuals
- You should keep in mind that having fear and shame for karma or karmic debt won’t help the cause and is conducive to growth
- If you have a toxic relationship with your partner then it is an indication that you have twin flame karmic debt
- According to many experts, the life path numbers that carry karmic debt are 13, 14, 16, or 19
What is Karmic Debt?
Karmic debt refers to something or any incident of your past life that is being repeated in your present life. It’s like you have done something bad in your past life and now in this life, you are making amends for that past incident. Clairvoyant and acupuncturist Deganit Nuur said that –
“When you haven’t mastered a karmic lesson, it’ll repeat itself over and over again until you master it.”
So, having a karmic debt doesn’t mean that it is the end of life. There are hardly any people who don’t have Karma. So, having fear and shame for karma or karmic debt won’t help the cause and is conducive to growth. So, what you can do is help people and does various social workers and makes a balance between karma and karmic debts in this lifetime.
What is Twin Flame Karmic Debt?
Twin flame means a deep connection between the souls of two individuals. Many people think that Karma doesn’t exist between twin flames. However, according to many acupuncturists, karmic debt does exist between twin flames and it is more than the karmic debt between any two souls. There are a few signs that indicate you have twin flame karmic debt. They are –
- If you have a toxic relationship with your partner, in most cases a karmic debt relationship hurt our souls
- Your life might be stagnant in various aspects that you do not even relate to
- Your love life doesn’t satisfy you and you always complain about it
- If you have twin flame karmic debt then you will find yourself in a codependent relationship
- You will get a negative flashback about your karmic partner
- You will find a spiritual block and won’t be able to focus on anything
- Your relationship will make you feel suffocated, overheard, overlooked, etc.
Life Path Numbers and Karmic Debts
Usually, the life path number is associated with karmic debts. Your birth dates can lead to certain numbers which may carry karmic debt. According to many experts, the life path numbers that carry karmic debt are 13, 14, 16, or 19. So, if your birth date calculation land on any of the above numbers then that number is your karmic debt and you have to pay it.
Moreover, if your life path number is 1, 4, 5, or 7 then it also means you have karmic debt. For example, karmic debt number 14 = (1+4) = 5. So, your life path number 5 carries karmic debt number 14. Your karmic debt is based on your birthday. Now to calculate your life path number, you have to take the birth date, month, and year and then add them together. Now, if your birth date is March 6, 1993, then you have to add –3+6+1+9+9+3 = 31 = 3+1 = 4.
Now 4 corresponds with 13, so 13 (or 13/4) would be your karmic debt.
How to Repay Karmic Debt?
The answer to this question depends on what type of Karmic debt you have. You have to find out what type of action you have to take to repay your karmic debt. Below you will find different types of karmic debt based on your life path number and how you have to repay the karmic debt. Let’s check them out!
1. Karmic Debt Number 13/4
If your karmic debt number is 13 (life path number 4) then your karmic debt is selfish and lazy behavior in the past life. So, in order to pay this debt, you have to be more active, and positive in your life. Moreover, you have to take responsibility for yourself and your actions!
2. Karmic Debt Number 14/5
If your karmic debt number is 14 (life path number 5) then your karmic debt is misusing the power given to you. You have misused the power to control others or harm yourself. This karmic debt number indicates personal power, self-direction, and independence. So, to repay this type of karmic debt, you have to maintain your own power and don’t harm others.
3. Karmic Debt Number 16/7
If your karmic debt number is 16 (life path number 7) then it means you were egotistical in a past life as well as hurtful in your relationship. This type of karmic debt is very hard to overcome because you have to prove yourself worthy. So, in order to overcome the karmic debt you have to be a better listener as well as consider other people’s opinions.
4. Karmic Debt Number 19/1
If your karmic debt number is 19 (life path number 1) then it indicates that you were a very manipulative man in the past life. Moreover, you were also very selfish. You had controlled people for your own personal gain. Now if you want to pay this type of karmic debt then you have to be a supportive person. You have to help others selfishly.
FAQs about What is Twin Flame Karmic Debt and How to Repay It?
How do I know if I have karmic debt?
One of the easiest ways of knowing whether you have karmic debt or not is, the life path number. If your life path number refers to 13, 14, 16, or 19, then you have karmic debt.
What is the purpose of a karmic twin flame?
The main purpose of a karmic twin flame is to balance out the karmic debt of the soul mate.
Is it rare to have no karmic debt?
It is not rare to have no karmic debt. Many people don’t have any karmic debt because their soul holds different quests or they have different meanings in life.
Which is stronger twin flame or soul mate?
A twin flame is stronger than a soul mate. This is why twin flame relationships are much stronger and deeper than soul mate relationships.
Last Updated on November 12, 2022 by Magalie D.
Magalie D. is a Diploma holder in Public Administration & Management from McGill University of Canada. She shares management tips here in MGTBlog when she has nothing to do and gets some free time after working in a multinational company at Toronto.