When you hear the word karma, do you thing of something bad or good? It seems like the very word immediately conjures up mixed feelings for many folks. For some, they immediately think of something good coming to them. For others, they think of a price they are going to have to pay.
Why is this? Is this coming from an unconscious place of remembering a past life and perhaps what they have come back to this lifetime for? After working with clients for more than 20 years doing past-life regression, I’ve found that even before I do the actual regression that they have an instinct of what they are going to find. This intuitive sense is always a very strong feeling. It is when they decide to put aside their analytical side and tune into their intuitive self through the process of meditation, journaling, dream interpretation or simply sitting within the silence that this self-awareness comes about.
Working through whatever the karma is from a former lifetime can afford that person a ticket to completion. Whatever was unresolved becomes resolved. Whatever felt wronged becomes righted. Balance is restored.
The very definition of karma is as it relates to “the Hindu and Buddhist philosophy according to which the quality of people’s current and future lives is determined by their behavior in this and in previous lives.” So not only are you reaping what you sow from past lifetimes, positively and negatively, but you are also creating karma at this very moment in time.
What is your intuition telling you? Go with it! Right whatever you feel is wronged. Go forth and live out your passions and intentions in this lifetime. Create more and more good karma you want to receive in your next life if you choose to come back this way again. Remember, this is your choice as well!
What good karma will you choose to bring yourself today?