What is karma?
I’d say the first thing is to establish exactly what karma is, because you’ll hear different interpretations. To me, there is no such thing as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ karma. We don’t intentionally manifest ‘good’ events necessarily because we do ‘good’ deeds. In the sense in which these statements are meant, there is no such thing as ‘good’ and ‘bad’. These are simply egoic judgments of the learning engagement our souls have subscribed to. To the soul, there is no ‘good’ nor ‘bad’ just the opportunity to learn, evolve and grow. This can be achieved in both dense circumstances and light. To me, karma occurs where the soul becomes identified and therefore attached to the physicality of life. In other words, where the soul identifies with the illusion. This might happen for example where one is in fear during death or a particularly traumatic experience such as an accident. When the soul attaches in this way, then it essentially experiences the sense of disconnection from the source, loses a ‘fragment’ of itself in an eddy current, identifies with the illusion, takes on distorted behaviours and therefore deposits karmic energy within the causal body – within the fourth density. It is this karmic ballast that ‘brings you back down to earth’ again for another incarnation. Let us be clear, this is not a ‘bad’ thing in itself. It’s purpose is evolutionary growth. As long as the soul is always learning and progressing, then it’s fulfilling purpose.
How is karma experienced?
Generally it’s my observation that people mostly experience karma in daily life. So the inner filter contained within the causal body projects this energy into the situations we manifest. It might happen within relationships for example. So now one’s relationships are filtered and interfered with because of this karmic energy. The frustrating thing is that you don’t necessarily see it. You’ll often experience some form of disharmony without realising why? Karma is the purpose of incarnation. That’s why if you’re to successfully process it, the most essential thing is to accept we create all the disharmonious circumstances in our lives exactly because of the karmic energy we’ve stored. So we have to take ownership for what takes place in our lives, confront it and work with it, in order to advance through that blockage. You can also of course regress people through their karmic past lives which tends to speed up the process greatly. It can speedily remove disharmony in life and accelerate the Ascensionary process. Although it’s my observation that it’s best not to force karma, because that could leave a person processing wave upon wave of it when they might not yet be ready for the intensity of experience. For certainty, Crossing the Red Sea of Karma is no joy ride (although the liberating expansion on the other ‘bank’ most definitely is!).
Processing karmic baggage
Spiritual Facilitators will no doubt approach the processing of karmic past lives in different ways. If you can hold the energy and catalyse the movement of soul, then people will quickly regress. My approach is to journey people through the various lower densities of the physical, emotional and mental, calming them, easing them, before then guiding a journey across the karmic plain. This is where the ‘waters’ can get very ‘choppy’. As people regress, the tide of uncontrollable emotion can arise rapidly. Suddenly people are seeing and feeling all manner of challenging circumstance. This is where you need a steady hand on the tiller, allowing the person to fully experience, yet reassuring them that this is all just an experience, that they are not the experience. It’s a subtle blend between fully honouring the pain, but not being totally lost in it. At the point where one is able to fully accept this karmic reaction and soften into it, then the fragment of soul that was buried there, is reintegrated. The attachment is lost, the soul emerges, gorgeous senses of expansion occur, the soul flows free and heals the place where the restriction once was. We’re now sailing a full breeze in the calmer waters of the Higher Paradigm. It’s pure bliss.
Nothing to be Feared
So whilst karma can generate fearful experiences it is not to be feared. All experiences are transitory. And we must transition them to truly integrate the wholeness of the One. When you contemplate for a moment the trauma of humanity’s intense history here on Earth, all the wars, blood shed and violence, then it’s no wonder we’ve stored the baggage of this within. That’s exactly why life in society is currently so turbulent. The key is to accept this turbulence, not to retract from it. Going back into ones shell simply makes the shell persist and only get thicker. We have to break the shell to emerge fully on the shore of the Higher Paradigm. And this can successfully be done by a direct confrontation of the energy within. Taking ownership in this way and being positive, is a sure way to help humanity break through this limiting barrier, ease the passage and sail swiftly into the New Paradigm. Time to stir the breeze! From my heart to yours