Today we’re exploring the concepts of narcissism and karma. So, when will they get what’s coming to them? You ask, “When will they finally face their comeuppance? Well, after all this time, the big question remains: do narcissists actually get their karma? That’s what everybody wants to know, right? Well, what if I told you that they’re already getting their dose of karma? What if I told you that most narcissists are already facing their share and more? The thing is, it’s not always easy to see. Karma for a narcissist can come in many forms. It could be public humiliation, financial setbacks, or even health issues. But sometimes, the karma for us may take shape in a way that you wouldn’t expect. It could be that we finally have to face the reality of our own minds, come to terms with how we’ve hurt others, and decide to make a real change. That’s the kind of karma that doesn’t make the headlines but can ultimately lead to a profound transformation. So, listen up, because we’re about to take a trip down the rabbit hole of self-aware narcissism and karma.
I can tell you with certainty that karma hits narcissists like a ton of bricks. It comes down on them like a bolt of lightning all at once. And the things that they’ve done—the shame, the guilt, and the regret that they feel—it’s like taking that red pill and waking up to the reality of their actions. Once they’ve taken the red pill, there’s no going back. Their lives will never be the same. And if you think that’s not enough, what if I told you that your absence—your decision to leave—can be the ultimate karma for a narcissist? Even if they appear to be happy with someone else, they might still be feeling the weight of their past actions. But I know what some of you are thinking: that’s not good enough. I want them to suffer. I want them to feel pain. Well, let me tell you something. It’s important to remember that karma is not a weapon that you can wield for your own desires. If you’re trying to rush karma or use it to hurt others, it will always boomerang back and hit you twice as hard. You have to be careful with that boomerang-shaped karma and choose your actions carefully. Remember, revenge and justice are two very different things.
Here’s the thing: Karma is not just some jargon that we throw around when we’re feeling judgy. Karma is actually embedded in our existence. As for narcissists, well, their karma is a bit complicated. I mean, I can tell you with 100% certainty that they’ll never be truly content or happy for very long. They’ll always be yearning for more—for something bigger and better. Believe me, there are many narcissists out there who feel the exact same thing I just said to you. But perhaps for some of you, this understanding isn’t enough. You might be thinking, “That’s all well and good, but what if they hurt me? What if they did me wrong? Where’s my damn justice?” And to that, I say, hold up a minute. Their karma might not be as straightforward as you think.”Here’s the thing about happiness: it’s fleeting. It’s like sand slipping through your fingers. The moment you think you’ve got it, it’s already slipping away. So, what if the narcissistic person in your life is already paying their karmic price? What if losing you is actually their calling, their destiny? It might sound strange, but sometimes losing someone can be the wake-up call we need to change our ways. So, trust in the process and know that sometimes the best thing you can do for yourself is to take a step back and watch the universe work its magic.
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