Karma, Meditation, and Psychic Awareness
The Sanskrit word Karma is a concept of action, work, or deed and its effect or consequences. In Indian religions, the term more specifically refers to a principle of cause and effect, meaning the intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect). According to this tradition, any good deed leads to good Karma and favorable reincarnation. Bad intent and evil deeds lead to unfavorable reincarnations. However, some Indian writings do not believe a relationship between deeds and rebirth exists.
Karma is closely associated with rebirth in many schools of Indian religions (particularly in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism) and Taoism. They believe that Karma in the present time will impact one’s future and current life. It may also affect the quality of life called one’s saṃsāra. This concept is also in Western spiritual and new age circles, where Karma has natural consequences.
Karma and Daily Life
Karma is a living and dynamic, and fluid concept. Karma is part of our lives from birth to death and spans across lifetimes. Every moment of action and inaction generates Karma, and you cannot avoid it in any way.
Of course, not all the Karma we generate is the same; there is a kind of Karma that ties us or chains us to this life and another type that liberates us of the reincarnation cycle.
The Karma that chains us, known as Vishayakarma, has as fruits misery and lack of interior peace. In contrast, the Karma generated by good actions or disinterested actions, known as the Sreyokarma, allows us to reach prosperity and happiness of the soul, which is much more than achieving simple external satisfaction.
Every time we face an activity with the desire to obtain a particular result, this throws us into the arms of lust, greed, and ego. In comparison, only the pure actions that we do for love without considering their possible consequences are the actions that drive us, little by little, toward illumination and liberation. Those whose nature allows them to carry out these charitable activities, little by little, realize that Spirit provides them with all they need and inner peace. Another form of achieving inner peace is through meditation.
Karma and Meditation
You may ask yourself why. Why is meditation so necessary? Because humans always act in two dimensions, the physical senses govern the external dimension, and the inner knowing and the mind govern the internal state. The internal conscience cannot move for itself but needs intelligence and the mind. And These are the roads of Truth, Rightness, Peace, and Love.
It is necessary to teach the intelligence and mind’s oxen the art of dragging the carriage of the internal conscience, which is achieved through meditation. And the conscience, to be able to guide the oxen of intelligence and the mind, must calm and control the conflicting desires that infest the mind, and this is achieved when we learn how to point our mind in a single direction.
It is easy to understand the benefits of meditation. Anyone who undertakes a task knows that only when one concentrates on a single point can achieve the desired success. Even the most trivial tasks require concentration, and the power of an unshakable effort is so immense that even the worst difficulties surrender to it.
When we practice meditation, the mind learns how to retire its attention from material objects, and life acquires a new splendor when we become aware of the Divine Essence inside us. How sweet is a fruit? There’s no way to explain that appropriately; the only way of knowing that is to eat the fruit. How good is meditation? We will see the taste of its fruits once we decide to experience it.
Clairvoyant Meditation and Karma
It is possible to observe and work Karma using clairvoyant meditation. Clairvoyant meditation is a practice that incorporates clairvoyant tools to help ground, clear, protect, and run energy. This method allows one to look at topics from one’s inner sight.
Clairvoyant Reading and Karma
The topic of Karma is explored during a clairvoyant reading. For a clairvoyant, engaging this topic from the 6th chakra, clean energy is an opportunity. This may appear at many points of a clairvoyant reading, including the reading of past lives and in the aura layers. Karma may also appear in a readee’s question. It is possible to receive communication, gain insight, and connect in these sessions. While communication is an opportunity to create understanding and awareness around one’s relationship with people and situations with a karmic tone, it is also an opportunity to heal and grow.
A Psychic Perspective
Karma is a concept that permeates many religious and cultural traditions around the world. It is the notion that what we create has a ripple effect that radiates out and has a consequential impact. This view of law creates an opportunity to make a value system where we think before we act, we look at situations and relationships from a broader perspective.
Karma is often associated with something negative and specific only to certain relationships or situations where this are strong emotions or outcomes. However, every act, every relationship, and every situation, no matter how large or small, impacts personal and universal law.
Karma is neither good nor bad. If we believe that we are all interconnected and part of a collective energy distilled into individual relationships, events, circumstances, and other variables, then by that standard, Karma is a natural movement of energies through life.
It is possible to read karmic patterns and relationships psychically to learn mundane details and look at themes in a person’s life with an objective lens to surface, release, heal, and take growth steps. The ultimate way to look at Karma is to learn how to read it yourself and develop awareness.
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