What is Karma?
Karma is a Sanskrit word that means action, work, or deed. Karma can be seen as the spiritual principle of cause and effect. The concept of Karma is well known in both the East, particularly Buddhism and Hinduism, and has gained popularity in the West as well.
Many people believe that karma is punishment from things we’ve done in the past or in a past life. It’s not uncommon to hear people say, “I must have done something bad in a past life to deserve this.”
Karma really means that our actions plant seeds that ripen and bear fruit in this or a past life. The intention behind your acts, words, and deeds also helps to shape the quality of your Karma.
Everything is energy, including your thoughts and emotions, which are energy in motion. So, in essence, everything you do creates a corresponding energy that comes back to you in some form. This is why the intention behind your actions has significance.
3 Types of Karma
Karma comes in three distinct types that are important to stay mindful of while working with past lives. We have individual karma, relationship karma, and collective karma.
Individual karma refers to my personal actions, intentions, thoughts, and deeds. Past Life Regression Therapy can address specific acts one has done in the past, and express a positive intention or acceptance of the action, deed, or words to clear karma in this life.
If you’ve ever experienced a bond that feels like a magnetic connection, but with a turbulent twist, you’re not alone. Karmic relationships are filled with passion and pain, often at the same time.
While the phrase “karmic relationship” isn’t a clinical term, the characteristics do resemble other, well-known relationships.
“A karmic relationship is one that’s filled with all-consuming passion but is extremely difficult to maintain,” explains Sanam Hafeez, PsyD, a neuropsychologist and faculty member at Columbia University.
These relationships aren’t meant to last, she says, but they’re learning experiences for those who have them.
While “karmic relationship” can have a negative connotation, Hafeez says it can also be viewed from the perspective of personal growth.
“They’re opportunities to learn something about yourself that you never knew before, as well as the most significant life lessons in love,” she says.
To get a better idea of what a karmic relationship is, how it manifests, and what you can do to walk away from one, past life regression therapy is key!
Our collective karma refers to the karma of the groups, communities, countries, races, etc… we were born into.
Past Life Regression Therapy can address specific acts our group has done in the past, and express a positive intention or acceptance of the action, deed, or words to clear collective karma in this life.
Past Life Regression Therapy has many applications and benefits, including helping us to clear the karma of the past so that we can live free in the present.
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