Every religion talks about Karma today. Buddhists call it “KARMA”, Christians call “DEEDS”, Taoists call “TE”, other spiritual beings call “VIRTUE” . These are the different names for the same thing. The reason of sufferings in our life is due to our good or bad deeds accumulated in this or in any of the previous lives. Therefore whatever positive and negative we get in this life is the result of our Karma. No one can escape from the effects of karma, all we have to pay our debts in this life or in next life. Karma is a Sanskrit word that means ‘deeds’ or ‘actions’. According to the Vedas, if we sow goodness, we will reap goodness; if we sow evil, we will reap evil. Karma is a common concept in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. But in western countries people also do believe in Karma.
Do you want to know the answers of these questions?
- What is the cause of the inequality that exists among mankind?
- Why should one person be brought up in the lap of luxury, endowed with fine mental, moral and physical qualities, and another in absolute poverty, steeped in misery?
- Why should one person be a mental prodigy, and another an idiot?
- Why should one person be born with saintly characteristics and another with criminal tendencies?
- Why some are suffering from life threatening diseases and others enjoy good health?
- Why should some be linguistic, artistic, mathematically inclined, or musical from the very cradle?
- Why should others be congenitally blind, deaf, or deformed?
- Why should some be blessed, and others cursed from their births?
Answer to these questions is reactions of the actions, effects of the cause that we have done in this or in any of our past lives. We only reap that we have sown. Whatever we get in this life according to our good or bad Karma.
What is Karma
Karma is a central concept in Eastern religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism. Karma is also known in western culture. People believe in good or bad deeds around the world. Good deeds create good Karma and evil deeds create negative Karma. Karma’s effect can manifest immediately, later in life or after multiple lifetimes. Some religions view karma as the law that governs reincarnation, others believe that karma is actual particulate matter, something that gets stuck to the soul and must be removed through acts of piety.
Spiritually, as well as physically, the type and quality of seeds one plants will determine the quality of the crop to be harvested. As souls, what we do comes back to us according to God’s design. If we have imbalances in our consciousness (known as karmic debts), we either find ourselves presented with the same lesson again and again within one lifetime until we gain the wisdom and value of the lesson being presented, or we re-embody, carrying the karma over from one lifetime till the next. Spirit is forever patient with our process of learning.
Karma is not about retribution, vengeance, punishment or reward, but a reaping of the harvest we ourselves have planted. Through our thoughts and behaviors, we sow seeds that are later harvested.
When karma comes present in our lives, it is because we are being given the opportunity to reap our harvest. There is no such thing as a good harvest or a bad harvest. It is just our harvest. It is our opportunity to make different choices in life than those that caused our karmic accrual in the first place. Karma is at once the consequence of past actions and the opportunity for healing and balancing in the present. It is a balancing action that offers us chances through life circumstances, situations, and relationships to learn important spiritual lessons. The effects of Karma may be evident either in the short term or in the long term. At death we have to leave everything behind- our property and our loved ones, but our Karma will accompany us like a shadow. The Buddha has said that nowhere on earth or in heaven can one escape one’s karma. So when the conditions are correct, dependent upon mind and body, the effects of karma will manifest themselves just as dependent on certain conditions a mango will appear on a mango tree. We can see that even in the world of nature certain effects take longer to appear than others. If for instance, we plant the seed of a papaya, we will obtain the fruit in shorter period than if we plant the seed of a durian. Similarly, the effects of karma manifest either in the short term or in the long term.
As we sow, we reap somewhere and sometime, in this life or in a future birth. What we reap today is what we have sown either in the present or in the past.
“According to the seed that’s sown,
So is the fruit you reap there from,
Doer of good will gather good,
Doer of evil, evil reaps,
Down is the seed and thou shalt taste
The fruit thereof.”
Benefits of Karma Healing
The major benefit of Karma Clearing is one can get rid of bad or negative karma, accumulated in this life or any of previous lives. Other benefits are:-
- Sense of peace, tranquility and happiness
- Feeling of lightness, calmness, free of guilt, anger
- Finances and relationships improved
- Better health
- Intuition increases and blessed life
- Negative thoughts and negativity removed
- Stress and depression eliminates
- Free from chronic and life threatening diseases
- Spiritual growth
- Unblock all blockages
Karma Healing Session
Karma healing session is very powerful session. Session includes thorough cleansing of all layers of the body, grounding, sacred number chanting, meditation, and prayer. This is two hours process or can be divided in two sessions. The uniqueness of karma clearing session is that the healer is the only one who is gifted with sacred symbol and sacred number to clear karma for all humanity. After the session person feels tranquil, wonderful, at ease and at peace.