The Karma Code

The Karma Code

With my Past Life Regression Therapy and Hypnotherapy clients, I often have to reply many questions on ‘Karma’. There are a whole lot of books and texts written on Karma and the Karmic connection of life, be it instant Karma, Karmas manifesting since our childhood or past life Karmas. This is also one of my favorite subject.

Geshe Kelsang Ghatso’s definition of Karma is – “For every action we perform, we experience a similar result”. While I do agree with that completely, for that is the law of the universe – as you sow, so shall you reap – but what I learned about Karma during my training at the Hypnotherapy Academy of America, Albuquerque NM, gave me an even better understanding on the subject. My professor, Tim Simmerman Sierra, gave us a modified version of the same definition, which is – “For every INTENTIONAL action we perform, we experience a similar result”. With the emphasis on ‘INTENTION’, we are actually taking responsibility for our actions and, eventually, for the results that we get out of those actions. Karmas, whether negative or positive, are created not just through actions, but also through words, emotions and thoughts; ‘thoughts’ being at the foundation level. Our emotions, and how we feel, are a result of what thoughts have been dominant on our mind. We say what we think, so thoughts generate our words. And how we act and react during certain situations also depends on our thoughts about that situation. Thoughts come from the mind. So we must learn to control our mind to control our thoughts.

Now, let us go back to the modified definition of Karma – “For every INTENTIONAL action we perform, we experience a similar result”. The ‘intention’ is of the mind – conscious or subconscious. The ‘intention’ is the thought, the ‘first seed’ that we plant. If the intention is positive, our actions will be positive and so will be the results that we experience. If the intention is negative, we will act negatively and will get back the same negative results. Therefore, take control of your thoughts by controlling your mind.

Working under the guidance of a trained and qualified Hypnotherapist, you can empower yourself to be the master of your mind and to start observing your thoughts so that you can easily catch hold of any negativity, reverse it, and thus create more positive Karmas. And when you have that kind of control over your mind, you can heal your other issues too, all by yourself. You can eliminate all your fears and phobias, you can improve your memory, gain more self-confidence, handle stress and anxiety, boost your self-esteem, achieve all your goals and live a happier, healthier, successful, meaningful and a more satisfying life!

The possibilities and endless… try Hypnotherapy, live positive!

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