What are Karmic Roles?
For the full fulfillment of a karma elaboration and life lesson, you have two karmic roles: one who causes it and one who befalls it. From a karmic perspective, everyone fulfills both roles, in one situation you can have the role of the one who causes it and in another situation the role of the one who befalls it. To be clear, these can also be positive situations.
Level of Consciousness and Karmic Role
Your soul has been given the level of consciousness you need to fulfill your life plan. Within the consciousness level of your soul, you have different levels of consciousness in different areas of life, such as your self-image and daring to be yourself, your relationships, and your work. This has to do with the life lessons you want to learn in specific life areas. The level of consciousness in specific life areas has to do with the karmic role you have in that area.
Causer and Victim
Both the karmic role of causer and the karmic role of the one to whom it befalls are necessary to experience and understand all aspects of life. The fact that you are fulfilling "victim roles" from a karmic perspective does not mean that you are a victim of your own life or your own life plan. When you are no longer dependent on your parents to stay alive, you can determine what form situations take, and how you deal with them.
Acceptance, Forgiveness and Neutralization
In essence, it is about acceptance, forgiveness, and neutralization of pain. After all, we all fulfill both karmic roles; that of the causer and the role of the one it befalls. By seeing and recognizing both roles, it is easier to accept what happened, forgive the other person, and remove the painful, emotional charge. Through which you learn to deal with it and heal this part in yourself as well.