Karma means actions, your deeds. By law, every action has a consequence. An action starts with a thought. Hence, every thought, word and physical action is a cause and every cause will have an effect or a consequence. It is in our capacity to create positive causes that yields positive results. However, our karma or actions are influenced by the programming within us. Our unconscious mind is the driver to the conscious actions we create. And our unconscious has all the information encoded inside us as memories, feelings and emotions.
Nothing in life happens without a reason. Every effect we face in life – be it in relationships, finance or health – has a specific cause behind it. The cause could be the karma of your soul or spirit (the consciousness your soul carries even before entering mother’s womb), or it could be the karma of your ancestors/forefathers through your DNA, or from the environment such as the place you are born in, or sub-atomic particles called Karma Varganas that attaches to the body & soul, creating an influence on our thoughts and actions.
Every single action is counted. The actions created by parents and ancestors have an effect on children and other family members as they share the same DNA. The receptors and transmitters in your genes will keep inviting similar or worse circumstances into your life, until you have settled this karma. This is the law of universe.
Often we see romantic partners meet, exchange roses and chocolate, proclaim their love for each other and get married, only to end up fighting and betraying each other. This is karma. One may have a great relationship with partner, but has no money and rebellious children indulging in addiction and drugs. This is karma. One may have a lot of wealth, but no peace as family relations may be in ruins. This is karma.
You can only change your karma with Karma Yoga, i.e. , resolving the karmic cause behind the effects you are facing and by creating new positive karmas that will yield new positive results in your life. Your karma is actually determined at the time of fruition of your past karmas. It is in your hands whether to resolve and settle a karmic debt or to continue the suffering by getting trapped in the illusion of what is happening. The only way to exercise a high level of awareness and mindfulness is through consistent meditation and karma healing, as taught exclusively by Karma Guru.
KARMA YOGA, DUBAI
The real meaning of Karma Yoga is – knowing consequences of your actions before taking the action, which in other words is what true mindfulness means. A positive action of high vibration shall yield a positive consequence, whereas, a negative action of low vibration, will have a negative consequence accordingly. Even if one does an unmindful action, if one takes responsibility of their action, they are able to come above that karma with ease. There are 11 steps of Karma Yoga and 12 important virtues spelled out by Karma Guru, which makes it easier to understand and inculcate Karma Yoga. A karma yogi is one who follows the principles of Karma Yoga, and has a minimum of 12 virtues.
Behavioral patterns, stored as programs in your unconscious mind, will drive you to choose relationships; jobs and business associates that may initially appear to be the best but turn out to be the opposite. These patterns are rigid and can even be mapped by reading your palm lines that reflect the energy that you carry. Without conscious intervention, these patterns continue to happen.
In Karma Yoga Healing as taught by Karma Guru, we teach how to alter your karmic patterns so that you can transform your circumstances and create a new reality. Since we create our own karma, we have the power to change our karma as well.