What is Karma (3 Myths and 7 Truths)

Hello, beautiful soul.

There’s a ton of false information about karma, and get this.

If you don’t understand what karma is and how to work with it, you can stay stuck, repeatedly struggling with the same issues and experiences.

So, what is karma, and how does it affect your life?

I’ll be answering these questions in this post.

And most importantly, I will help you learn how to work with karma so you can use it to your advantage and spiritually grow faster than you ever thought possible coming up.

So I’m going to start talking about karma from the two traditions from which this concept and understanding originated.

But then I’m going to depart significantly.

So I’m going to talk about how karma is seen in Hinduism and Buddhism.

And then I’m going to depart a bit because I’m going to give you more of my understanding of karma and how I have come to see it over the years.

Karma In Hinduism and Buddhism

So, first, the two traditions that talk about karma the most, and that’s Hinduism and Buddhism.

Afterward, Buddhism came after Hinduism. And so ideally, what karma means for Hindus and Buddhists also, there’s only a little bit of a difference in the particularity of how they see karma.

For Hinduism, karma means that for every action, there’s a reaction.

So you reap what you sow. I bet you’ve heard that before too.

Okay, so karma refers to any reaction you get from a life coming, stemming from your actions. All right?

Now the only difference is Buddhism; I’m not going to get into too many details on the differences between how these two traditions see karma, but there’s one particular area that I think is worth mentioning, and that is Buddhists see karma as not just through actions but also through intention.

This is important because I completely agree with the Buddhist view of karma.

They give a lot of importance to intention, whereas, in Hinduism, it is more critical to the action itself.

And so I’ll give you an example of how this works-

So let’s say you are driving down the road and maliciously want to crash into someone.

Let’s say it’s your ex, whatever your ex is driving in front of you, and you’re pissed off at them, and you maliciously crash your car into your ex on purpose to hurt them, and you kill them on the road.

So that’s one action.

And then let’s say that you are driving down the road. It’s a different situation. You’re driving down the road.

It’s been a long day. You’re so tired, and as you’re driving down the freeway, you nod off for a fraction of a second.

You fall asleep for a fraction of a second. And when you wake up, you come to, and you crash into someone and cause many deaths on the road. Okay.

These two actions are completely different regarding their karmic consequences for Buddhists; why?

Because in one action, I intended to hurt someone, whereas, in the other action, I did not.

So the karmic consequences of that are entirely different even though the actions seem similar.

So that’s the difference between how Hinduism sees karma and how Buddhism sees karma. And I think that this is a really important distinction to make.

So karma means for every action and intention, a reaction comes from life, okay?

So that’s how karma is seen in the two main traditions.

Understanding Karma In a Different Way

Now let’s depart significantly from the main traditions that usually talk about karma. And let’s go into a different way of seeing the same thing.

It’s just a different way of explaining it.

Okay, so think of karma as a mirror. All right, there are two ways I like to look at karma.

Karma is like a mirror. All right?

So what karma does is it’s constantly showing you the reflection that you’re giving it to, okay?

So a mirror shows you an accurate reflection of whatever standing in front of it, right?

So that’s one way of seeing karma.

Karma is simply a reflecting back of whatever you’re giving or putting in front of it. All right?

Karma is a Feedback System

Another way of seeing karma that I love is that karma is a feedback system. Now, what does this mean?

Karma is a feedback system because without a mirroring, without a feedback system, you wouldn’t be able to know yourself.

I wouldn’t be able to self-realize.

And sometimes people don’t know what that means.

What do you mean? Why do you need mirrors? Why do you need a feedback system?

Let me give you this example to clear this up for you.

Suppose that you never had one in your life. Just try and imagine this. I know it’s hard to imagine, but try and imagine this exercise.

Pretend that you have never seen your own reflection in your whole life. From birth until now, you have never looked into a mirror that you had never seen your reflection on, on water, on a Lake, or anything.

Just pretend for a moment that you have never seen your own reflection.

Would you know what you looked like? No. Right?

You would not know what looked like.

The only way you know what you look is because you’ve stared at yourself in the mirror for years and years and years.

Okay, so then mirror. What it does is it allows you to become aware of yourself. All right?

So that’s essentially what karma is.

Karma is like that mirroring feedback system that allows you to get to know yourself. It allows you to self-realization through karma.

Precisely because for every action that I have in this, in this reality, I receive a reaction precisely because of that feedback system.

I get to know myself, not only myself, but I get to understand and experience what feels good to me, what feels right to me, what is by my soul, and what’s not.

Alright, so this is all; this is all that karma has done for us.

Karma is a very valuable feedback system that allows us to feel our own skin, what we do in the world, and what we intend in the world. All right?

There would be no other way for me to understand and get to know myself in my depths without this feedback system.

So karma has been very valuable as an evolutionary tool for our souls because, through it, I’m constantly mirrored back with things that I do, things that I say, intentions that I have in life, they’re constantly being mirrored back to me.

And at that moment, at any given moment, when I’m receiving the feedback, when I’m getting the mirrors, when I’m receiving the karmic loop coming back to me, I can decide whether it’s something that I want to continue to perpetuate, whether I want to learn the lesson or whether I want to keep behaving in the same way.

And the mirror will keep returning the same reflection.

So karma is ultimately a feedback system that allows me to realize oneness.

It allows realizing oneness.

That’s why karma has been such a valuable ally. Evolutionary ally for our souls.

Because through going through these karmic loops, these karmic cycles are mirrored and receiving back the reaction of whatever action or intention I put out in the world.

Separation Consciousness VS Unity Consciousness

As I do this, I get to sort through and sift through the things about me that are true, that is untrue, the distortions that I have, the wounds that I have, the pains that I have, but also whether I am in separation consciousness or unity, consciousness or oneness. Okay?

And I’m going to talk a little bit more about this in a little while, why it’s essential and how karma completely changes as you come into more unity conscious and consciousness of one.

So karma, aside from being a feedback system or a mirror, if you like to look at it that way.

I’ll give you another way of looking at karma. Also, karma refines me. Okay.

It allows me to sift through things, and it refines me in the sense that through the feedback loop of karma, I get to know whether I am in connection with myself and with my soul or whether I’m not okay.

And it does that because it brings me experiences that allow me to feel the Evolution of my soul occur through feeling. Okay.

This is important.

It’s not so much feeling. Emotional content. Emotional charges are very evolutionary to me, both negatively and positively. Okay?

So when karma returns to me, when the reaction to my action returns to me, I get to sift through those experiences and see how I feel about them.

And also, you know, when I receive the reaction to an action of mine, I get to understand the lessons of those consequences.

So, for example, let’s say that I go and punch someone in the face. I’m just making this up.

I go, get angry, and punch someone in the face. All right.

And then let’s say two days later, I’m in a grocery line, and a mentally unstable person comes into the grocery store, and they lunge at me and punched me in the face. All right?

This is a very simplistic view of karma, but I’m just giving this example so that we can understand this a little bit better.

So when I get punched in the face, that’s a totally different feeling than when I do the punching, right?

So when I act, the feeling is totally different because I’m acting out of different feelings than the ones I receive when I received that karma.

So when someone punches me in the face, I feel my skin. The actions, the very actions that I submitted to others two days before. Okay.

And so it’s in this mirroring back, this receiving, this sowing and reaping that I refine my evolution, I refine my soul, I allow myself to evolve further and further and further until I’m no longer in separation consciousness until I realized that I’m connected to all things.

That’s what oneness means. Okay.

So this is essentially what karma means in a broad sense.

Looking at different types of examples and metaphors to help you get there.

Now the cool thing about Karma, I’m going to talk about it more in a little while. Still, the cool thing about karma is that contrary to some of the traditions of the world that look more at karma as something set in stone or your destiny or whatever, karma is actually not.

So karma is only necessary if you’ve been reading what I’ve been writing up until now.

Karma is only necessary if I live in separation consciousness.

The moment I realize karma as a system, as a feedback system, becomes unnecessary.

But I’m going to talk about that a little bit further down in this post.

3 Types Of Karma

I wanted to go through the three phases of karma so that you understand that karma is not just one thing and you’re not stuck in the wheel of karma.

I disagree with this; Hinduism and Buddhism talk much about the wheel of karma.

And there’s this understanding that you’re sort of stuck in the wheel of karma.

You have to keep coming back here lifetime after lifetime to, you know, work out your karma, and then you get to leave almost as if coming to earth were some prisoner punishment.

I don’t see karma that way at all. So I’m going to share with you the three phases of karma so that you can see that it’s time for us to broaden our understanding of what karma is. Okay?

1). Unconsciousness

So in this karma phase, I’m totally unconscious; as the word says, I’m totally unconscious.

I have no idea what karma is.

I have no idea that I reap what I sow. No idea.

I’m utterly unconscious as a human being. All right?

Another way of saying this is I am completely stuck in what’s called 3D consciousness or separation consciousness.

I have no idea that I’m connected to all things.

I have no idea I’m a soul on a journey coming from the Godhead or source.

I have no idea. I’m totally unconscious of that.

All right, so in this first phase, karma is built into the unconsciousness.

It’s built into the matrix that I live in as an unconscious being because it’s through that karmic loop coming back to me that I’m going to start to move from unconsciousness toward waking up. All right?

But in this first phase, karma is very important. Karma is a permanent fixture in this level of consciousness because it’s through karma and the feedback loop and the mirroring of karma that I get to know that I’m in separation consciousness. There is such a thing as unity consciousness, and it’s time to go there. Okay?

So karma is essential in the first phase.

This is where the planet and most of us have been for thousands of years. Okay? So we’ve been in this phase one of karma for thousands of years.

And in fact, it’s this phase one of karma that Hinduism and Buddhism talk about a lot. Okay?

So, we’ve been there for thousands of years in this sort of separation consciousness, 3d consciousness, but now comes phase two of karma.

2). Awakening

phase two of karma is called awakening.

Awakening means I start to wake up through a spiritual awakening or a spontaneous awakening.

It doesn’t matter how it happens.

The point is that I go from being unconscious to being conscious.

And it could be from one day to the next, or it could be through an initiation that takes multiple years.

It doesn’t matter. But the point is, I woke up and suddenly knew what karma is.

I know that it’s a feedback system.

I know I’m a spiritual being going through this evolutionary movement through the universe.

I know that I am connected to the source, that I am source incarnated.

I start to experience all of these things.

And so this second phase is an exciting phase because now we’re starting to bridge 3d consciousness or separation consciousness with unity consciousness or what’s called five D consciousness.

So in this second karma phase, I’m toggling between the two. I can’t quite hold unity consciousness a hundred percent of the time.

So I keep toggling. So maybe I have some wounds, maybe I have some distortions. Maybe I have things that need to be healed within me that pull me into separation consciousness.

But then sometimes, maybe it’s when I’m in meditation, maybe it’s when I’m connecting with a loved one.

There are moments in my life where I feel the boom; I feel that connection, and I’m in 5D consciousness.

I’m in unity consciousness, but then I jump out sometimes.

Okay, so this phase two, karma still plays a vital role because every time I come out of unity consciousness and go into separation consciousness, karma becomes necessary as a teaching tool and feedback tool.

So in this second phase, by the way, this is where the majority of the planet is.

This is where the majority of us are right now in the three phases of karma; we are in the phase of awakening the second phase.

And so karma is still somewhat important, although not as important as it was in phase one, because now, when I’m in unity, consciousness, karma dissolves. Karma drops.

So now karma plays less of a role when I’m awakening than when I was unconscious.

Now, I don’t want to go too deep into the difference between 3d consciousness and 5D consciousness.

3). Self-Realization

The third phase of karma is called self-realization, and in this phase, I am in unity consciousness 100% of the time.

I’m a hundred percent of the time in 5D consciousness, meaning I realize that I am connected to everything.

I realize who I am on a soul level.

I realized that I am a stream of consciousness that comes from a source and that I am always connected to the source, and that I am always connected to all things.

You no longer need karma when this phase comes, so karma dissolves.

All right, so this is where humanity is going.

As we shift more and more towards 5D consciousness, karma becomes less necessary, and I’m going to talk about this in a little more detail. Still, karma is no longer necessary because if I self realize that I know myself, I really know myself.

I don’t need a mirror anymore. I don’t need a feedback system anymore. All right.

I don’t need a feedback system because when a person is self-realized, they’re not going to go kill anybody, so they won’t need to receive the consequences of that act because they know not to do it. Why?

Because they are self-realized. All right.

Now there haven’t been a lot of people that have walked the earth self-realized.

I can think of two examples. Jesus being one, Buddha being the other.

I bet more mystics have been in this phase three of karma, but it has not been very common on the planet, but that’s where we’re moving towards.

That’s where our evolution of consciousness is going towards.

The more we self-realize, the less karma is necessary, and it completely dissolves. Okay.

7 Truths About Karma

So I’m going to share seven truths of karma with you.

So that we become clear on what karma is.

Because there is just so much misinformation and misinterpretation of what karma is.

That’s just that everything’s so distorted.

So I’m going to leave these seven truths about karma so that you can get clear on what karma is, which will help you work with karma later on.

1) Karma Is Not Necessary

I already touched upon that a little bit earlier in the post, but karma is not necessary.

And this may be a little bit of a departure from the traditional traditions that have talked about karma for thousands of years.

This may be a bit of a departure, but this is how I see it. It’s not necessary.

And the first time that I came in contact with this was when I was actually meditating and contemplating this karma thing.

What about karma I was thinking about it.

I was an introspection, I was meditating, and one of my guides came through, and he just said something that I had to chew on for a while.

He came to me and said, Jesus, didn’t need a mirror.

And, he knew to say Jesus because it was one of my Jesus, one of my favorite ascended masters, one that I work with frequently and loved so much.

So, when my guy just dropped that on my head, I had to sit with that observation for a long time.

I didn’t understand what it meant at the time, but I wrote it down and I kept working on it.

Jesus didn’t need a mirror.

And you know, if you don’t follow Jesus or care about Jesus, you could put any other master in that sentence.

You could say, Buddha if you want to, or quantity, and if you want to, it doesn’t matter.

But in my case, the sentence was Jesus didn’t need a mirror. And you know, what did that mean?

Well, it meant exactly what we’ve been talking about. Jesus, or Buddha, are self-realized being.

The moment I become self-realized, I do not need a mirror because I don’t need to see my reflection because I already know myself.

I already know myself to such a degree that the mirror becomes unnecessary. Okay?

So this is the first truth about karma is that it’s not necessary.

Some traditions view karma as this punishment that you have to keep coming down here to work through all the evil deeds that you did in the past, and you’re not going to come out of the wheel of karma until God knows when I do not see it that way.

So, as you read in the three phases of karma, karma is not necessary, and that’s where we’re all going eventually.

I don’t know if it will in this lifetime or multiple lifetimes after this, but that’s where our consciousness’s progression and evolution are going. It is not necessary.

Karma is only necessary when I am unconscious and don’t know who I am when I have a lot of wounding and distortions.

Otherwise, there’s no need for it.

2) Karma Is Speeding Up

So in the traditional way of seeing karma, the way it used to operate until very recently, karma was a long arc.

As Martin Luther King said, the arc of truth is long, but it bends toward justice.

So, for example, let’s say I killed someone two lifetimes ago. All right?

And sometimes that mirroring of that action can take two lifetimes for it to return and mirror, and I receive, or I reap what I sow two lifetimes ago.

Karma was so slow and has been so slow in the past because my consciousness level was really low. Okay.

We were all living with extremely low levels of consciousness. The more unconscious I am, the slower my karma needs to be so I can chew, digest, and learn the experiences, right?

So you can think of it, you know, think of it a bit between, you know, a student that may have a learning disability, for example, and they may need a little bit more time to learn things versus a student that’s like, you know, has IQ off the charts, and they learn things so quickly.

So these two people may need different times to accumulate things, to know and learn things, right? And so it’s the same thing with our souls too.

When living in extreme States of unconsciousness, karma needs to be slower so that we, because we were learning slower at the time. All right.

But now everything’s changing, not just with the energy on the planet, but karma itself is speeding up, and it’s speeding up to accompany our evolution.

So as more and more of us awaken, the more I go from unconsciousness to consciousness, the faster karma goes because now I’m ready to understand the mirroring.

Now I’m ready to incorporate the lessons faster because I’m awakening; I’m learning faster. Okay?

So karma is speeding up, whereas it sometimes took me a lifetime or more to receive the feedback of an action or an intent I had in my 3D environment.

Now it could be almost immediate.

So sometimes, literally, I’ll give you an example.

Let’s say I get pissed off at someone, and I’m out in the street and punch them in the face. Okay.

Punch them in the face. I’m violent.

I punched them in the face, then I turned around, went across the street, and got hit by a car. Okay.

This is a stupid example, but it’s just to show you that that karmic loop took 10 seconds.

I punched someone, and then I crossed the street, and I got hit by a car.

Okay, so that is the speeding up that I’m talking about.

It doesn’t, but it doesn’t have to be just negative things because karma isn’t harmful. All right? Karma isn’t negative.

I’m going to talk about that in a little bit. Karma means I reap what I sow. Karma is a reaction to an action or an intent, okay?

But so now karma is moving very, very quickly, which is good in the sense that it means that you’re already ascending in consciousness and on your way to not needing karma anymore. Still, the speed of it also allows me to learn more quickly, which means I evolve more quickly, which means that I don’t come down here to planet earth to be stuck in ruts for entire lifetimes like we used to.

We used to be stuck in lifetime after lifetime of doing the same thing over and over and over again.

No more. Now we’re coming into a lifetime and can heal and evolve faster than ever.

3) Karma Is Not Just About You

The third truth is that karma is not just about you, okay?

So karma is a complex feedback system that branches out and ripples far beyond you. Okay?

So this is important to know because what it means is I am going to have to take more responsibility for the things that I do and the intentions and actions that I have in my 3D reality.

Because the truth about karma is that karma can propagate to various areas that have nothing to do with me or that go way beyond me.

So I’ll give you an example. If you murder someone in a lifetime, if you murder someone, your children will then carry that karmic template from your murdering someone even though they had nothing to do with it, okay?

That’s the rippling effect of karma.

Karma, especially if it’s bigger.

And I’ll give an example of big karma versus little karma, but the smaller the action, the fewer consequences the action, the less that karma affects the souls around you.

The bigger the action, the more impactful the action, and the more ripples out.

And it affects your entire soul family or any group you belong to, depending on the size of the karma.

So, for example, let’s say that I murder someone or attack someone or whatever, and then that ripples into my children. Maybe.

Just that’s smaller. A smaller effect.

I’ll give you an example from my own country, where my parents were born.

Portugal had a long karmic, big karmic load on the entire country and the entire Portuguese society because Portugal was one of the first colonial powers in the world.

So the Portuguese went everywhere in the world, and they took slaves.

They pillaged, uh, they destroyed first nations people.

They just did a lot of shenanigans, as all colonial powers have done on the planet.

And so that’s big, those are really big, painful actions.

And the consequence is that all Portuguese then carried that karmic load of colonialism.

You know, there are other examples also.

Germany, for example, still holds a strong karmic load after world war two when all of the atrocities were done in world war II.

I can give multiple examples. The US is still to these days healing a very strong karmic load from the founding of the country.

Also based on the displacement of First Nations and Native Americans, but also on slavery.

The country was built on slavery initially.

And so that’s heavy solid wounding that rippled out to all Americans.

Okay, these are just a few examples to show you that karma is not just held within me.

If it’s big enough, it will be held in my family, my soul group, my tribe, my race, my society, and my entire country. Okay?

So the more significant the karma, the more it ripples out to everyone around me and to many people depending on the load of the karma.

4) Karma Is Not A Punishment

So again, this could be a departure from how the original traditional cultures saw karma when they started talking about it.

But it is not a punishment.

I do not see it as a punishment at all.

Again, karma is simply the mirroring or feedback system that informs you of the content of your actions and your intentions in the world.

This is probably one of the most misconceptions that we have about karma.

And if you’ve ever heard the term karma is a bitch. Have you ever heard that term?

We use it a lot in the English language.

Karma is a bitch when we say that. What are we saying?

We’re already denoting karma as being something terrible.

It’s not at all. All right

So, you have to remember that Karma is neutral.

Karma is neutral in the same way that a mirror is neutral.

Let’s assume that the mirror is totally clean and spotless.

If I stand in front of a clean mirror, is it or is it not true that that mirror is an accurate representation of my own reflection? Okay?

There are mirrors, not emotional ones. The mirror is not punishing you.

If your face is full of mud and you look at the mirror, it’s not the mirror’s fault that your face is full of mud.

Your face is full of, so the mirror shows that to you, so karma is neutral.

All right, so the whole karma is a bitch term is very, very wrong, and it comes from this idea that, especially in Western society, that karma is a punishment. It is not valid.

It’s very neutral, meaning that it’s a feedback system that will constantly return to you what you are giving out, what you intend and what you’re acting.

Good and Bad Effects Of Karma

So even though in this post up until now I’ve been giving negative karma examples, there are also positive karma examples.

So the more I love people, the more that love is returned to me. Same thing.

The more I am kind in the world, the more that kindness is returned to me. Do you see?

So I could give, I could give positive karma examples.

Also, the point here is to debunk once and for all this myth that karma is a punishment.

It is not. Karma is neutral.

Remember, karma has to do with intention, not just with action. Your intention, the reason you do something in your environment, is just as important as the action itself. Okay?

Never forget this. Your intention is just as important as the action. Okay?

The intention is just as important as the actual act action.

I wanted to leave here to please; please focus on intention. Remember that intention also creates karma.

So take responsibility, make sure that you are not acting or intending out of unity consciousness and make sure you do not intend in separation consciousness.

Because the only way that I could intend harm on another human being is if I’m in separation consciousness.

Karma as a punishment, and when bad things happen

I do not want to leave you with the impression that if something bad happens to you, it must be karma.

You’re reaping from something bad you did in a past life or years ago or whatever.

The Law of Karma is one of many laws and many cogs in this whole machine that we call life that we call the universe. Okay?

So there are so many things going on. This is a very complex system, and karma is one of the cogs in that whole system. All right?

So it’s one part of the whole. What I mean by this is that you can be certain that painful things will happen to you in your life as they’ve happened in mine and maybe will continue to happen to, you know, it’s just the nature of life.

Painful things can happen to us that have nothing to do with karma. Okay?

So please remember this. Karma isn’t this black-and-white thing. It doesn’t govern everything. It’s one part of a more extensive system and painful things.

Bad things can happen to you that has nothing to do with karma.

It has nothing to do with you doing something terrible in the past. All right

Sometimes we go through painful things in life, which have nothing to do with karma.

5) The Wheel Of Karma Is Ending

I talked about this a bit previously, so I’m not going to go too much into this. Still, when I talked about the three phases of karma, I emphasized that karma, the wheel of karma, is ending because as we move into unity consciousness and 5D consciousness, karma becomes unnecessary.

Because when you self realize you don’t need a mirror anymore, you don’t need that feedback system.

So this is another truth.

Karma is ending, especially as we move into unity consciousness.

6) Karma Is Not Set In Stone

So again, this departs a little bit from the traditions that usually talk about karma.

Karma is seen a little more statically, meaning it’s almost conflated with Dharma or my life path.

So there’s more rigidity when it comes to karma, according to some of the older traditions on the planet.

But karma is not set in stone at all.

So I could have, for example, let’s say that I murdered someone in a past life, whatever.

Let’s say I murdered someone in a past life.

But then that karma never came back to me.

So now I’m in this life, but I wake up, I wake up, and I’m like, Oh my gosh, unity consciousness. We’re all one. I’m connected. Oh my God.

And I start meditating, and I start healing, and I start healing past lives.

And in the healing of past lives.

I asked for forgiveness from my creator.

I wash, I heal everything I have ever done in the past that has caused harm to this planet.

I do some whole Pono Pono; that’s another excellent practice you can use for healing.

But we’ll get into that in a little bit. But I start doing the healing.

I come into unity consciousness.

Then You see, it’s not set in stone, meaning that I murdered someone in a past life, but then I woke up in this one.

So the loop of the karma didn’t need to come back to me because I woke up and I healed, and I cleansed that karma from the past without it having to materialize in the 3D world.

You can do this. Okay. So karma is not set in stone.

The moment you awaken and start to ascend in consciousness, and clear your karma from the past, it no longer needs to loop back at you.

So it doesn’t need to materialize in your 3D world.

7) Karma Can Be Cleared Easily

So this may be a little bit of a departure from how it’s usually seen because karma is seen a little bit more originally, like almost you can’t get out of the wheel karma, no matter what you do.

And that’s not true at all, especially in these new energies and these new energies, you can heal and clear thousands of years worth of karma.

Never forget this.

In this current energy, in this era of Pisces, we can clear thousands of years’ worth of karma in one lifetime.

Okay, so again, this is easy to clear. Does it take some time?

Sure. It may take some time because you have to go deeper and deeper and deeper in your life to understand your wounding, to see things, and to feel things that may have been done in the past.

But it can be cleared quickly on the spot with the help of ascended masters.

So when I’m clearing karma, I call on the highest possible energy and ascended masters to help me do the clearing.

But I also take responsibility for the clearing first. Okay.

I take responsibility for doing my own karmic clearing, and then I seek assistance from others to help in the process. All right.

And one of the ways that I just talked about was the use of hope on the opponent.

That’s an excellent tool for you to use whole Pono Pono is just a, it’s a Hawaiian prayer.

That consists of four parts. I love youI’m sorryPlease forgive meThank you. Okay.

Just four parts to the prayer, and you can repeat this prayer over and over and over and over. Okay.

The more that you do this, this is a very healing prayer.

I use hope Pono Pono a lot whenever I’m dealing with any karmic imprint or anything I need to heal from the past. But it can clear quickly.

We can do this work quickly now.

How To Work With Karma

So now that we’ve debunked some common myths and brought some truth into the equation, that karma isn’t a punishment especially, and that’s very neutral, that it’s only a mirroring of our feedback system to help you evolve.

Now that we know all of that, how can we better work with karma?

Because here’s the thing, if you don’t know how to work with karma, if you don’t know how to clear it, it will keep playing out in your life.

It will keep playing out in your life because you must reach a certain level of consciousness to clear that.

Karma knows how to work with it.

And as you’re ascending in your consciousness, that’s how the karma clears.

All right, I’m going to give you “Three simple tips” to help you. Do this, and you can do these three tips.

It doesn’t have to be in any specific order I give you in this post.

These tips are very simple, but they’re influential in helping you positively work with karma so that you can use karma to your advantage and get out of these ruts that we sometimes spend lifetimes in.

1) Introspection and Self-Awareness

This seems obvious, right? We’ve been talking in this video about how karma is a simple mirroring or feedback system. All right

So let’s take the example that it’s a mirror.

If it’s a mirror, that means that the more I see myself, the more I’m introspective, the more I’m self-aware, and the more I understand and acknowledge what’s true about me and what’s not.

The more I see the distortions in the wounds in me, the more I clear all of that up, the more self-aware I become, and the more unnecessary the mirror becomes. Okay?

So that’s the first tip is this self-awareness.

Because remember, karma is only necessary when I’m unconscious, okay?

When I don’t know what I’m doing.

And so I need to see the consequences of my actions to learn. All right?

The more I’m self-aware, the more I go inward, and the more I clear all of the distortions that prevent me from seeing life as oneness.

That is, the nature of reality is oneness.

Whenever I don’t see oneness, I’m not in unity consciousness; the only reason I’m doing that is that there’s wounding or distortions in me that prevent me from seeing or experiencing that oneness. Okay?

So this first tip is crucial.

Be self-aware. Look inward, and take time to meditate.

Take time to understand your feelings, to feel your feelings, to process your experiences, and to heal all of these things. Okay?

The more that you are self-aware, the more unnecessary the mirror is.

2) Heal Your Wounds and Distortions

The example that I gave a little while ago about, you know, let’s say, you had your face full of mud and then stood in front of a mirror.

Well, the mirror is going to show you the mud.

So, are you going to clean up your face or not?

Because if you don’t clean up your face, what’s the mirror going to do?

It’s going to keep mirroring back a dirty face.

And that’s essentially why healing your distortions and wounds is crucial because the more I heal, the less necessary.

And also the less karma I create.

We, you’ve probably heard this so many times before, but it is essential to say here. All right.

So I’m going to say a common saying that we use in English only to hurt people. Okay.

This is so true. What’s the translation of this?

I have to be wounded. I have to be in separation consciousness to harm someone else.

Because if I were in unity consciousness, I would not harm, okay?

So I harm, I perpetuate harmful actions or intent in my outside environment and life as a direct consequence of my wounding.

So the wounding needs to be healed for that mirror to clear up because, again, the mirror will continue to show me what I am.

All right, what I have on my energy system. All right

So please clean it up, heal everything you have to heal from past lives, from this lifetime, heal everything.

Now I want to go a little deeper into the word distortions because I’ve frequently used that word here in this post.

But many times, people don’t even know what distortions mean. All right? So let’s go into this a little bit.

What are Distortions

When I’m talking about distortions, what do I mean?

Distortions are essentially lies or untruths about you that cloud who you are.

So let’s use the mirror as an example.

Let’s say that I give you a big dirty cloak, and I say, put this cloak over you, and you put the cloak over you, and then I say, stand in front of the mirror, and you stand in front of the mirror.

Will you accurately see who you are in front of that mirror?

No, because you got this dirty, disgusting cloak over you, and it’s masking your true reflection.

All right? That’s a distortion. And we all have them.

And I’m going to give you some examples of what distortions are.

So distortions are untruths about us and could be untruths that we hold about ourselves or others.

It doesn’t matter, but the untruths that others hold about us are unnecessary.

What’s damaging to us are the distortions that we hold about ourselves. Okay?

So here are some common distortions for you to get into the whole distortion thing and what it is.

A distortion, for example, is believing that I’m not good enough.

You see, that’s a massive distortion. Why?

Because it is not valid, that’s not my soul’s essence. My soul essence is worthy of love.

My soul essence is constantly loved.

So the moment I don’t believe that to be accurate, the moment that I start believing that I’m not good enough, I create a distortion in my field, just as if I would put a cloak over me.

And if I do that every time I’m going to be looking in the mirror, I’m going to see a distorted reflection of myself.

That’s not true.

So I need to clear that cloak. I need to throw it off of me.

And the way that I do that is I have to heal these beliefs. All right?

So the belief that I’m not good enough. The belief that I’m not worthy of love.

The belief that I’m not smart enough, whatever beliefs you hold about yourself, if they are not the beliefs held by your source, are called distortions. All right?

So here’s another way of looking at a distortion.

Distortion is a belief that I hold that’s different from the belief that my source, my creator, holds about me.

There’s a better way of even putting it. What a distortion is.

A belief I hold about myself that my source does not share, okay?

So if I believe I’m not good enough, my source is saying what? That’s not true.
That’s not how I see you. I love you. You’re worthy. I love you.

And the source keeps pouring love onto you.

But if you don’t believe it, you distort your field, and then you will act out according to those distortions.

Because we act out of our wounds and our beliefs every day, all the time. Okay?

So this is what distortion is. You’ve got to heal those. So it’s not just wounded.

You don’t just have to heal things that happened to you in the past.

For instance, if you were sexually abused or something like that, something horrible happened to you.

Yeah, you do have to heal that, but you also have to heal the beliefs that you hold about yourself that are in contradiction to the beliefs that your source has about you.

Because that creates distortions, those will play out in your life and affect the karma, the feedback system, and the karma that comes to you.

3) Practice Connection

You knew that was probably coming.

So when I talked about the three phases of karma, the last phase is self-realization, that unity consciousness, 5D consciousness where karma is unnecessary.

Well, the way that I get there is every day, I’m going to practice connection.

Meaning I’m going to practice coming into 5D consciousness more and more.

Sometimes, you know, for maybe a few of us on the planet right now, we can hold ourselves in 5D consciousness a hundred percent of the time.

There may be some masters out there that can do that, but most of us are all learning to go into 5D consciousness.

But then stuff happens in our lives, and then boom, we’re back into separation consciousness.

And then we meditate, connect with God, and we’re like, Oh my God, Oh home.

And then we’re back in unity consciousness.

And then we get up from meditation, argue with our partner, and then we’re back in December, Asian consciousness.

So we’re toggling; most of us are toggling between this 3d and 5D reality. Okay.

So the more that you practice connection, the more that you practice coming into oneness, coming into unity, consciousness, connecting to all things, knowing and experiencing your connection to all things, experiencing yourself as an extension of source energy as God in a body, as you’re divinely loved.

So experiencing yourself as a divine being that’s so loved.

The more that you practice this type of connection, the more karma becomes unnecessary and the lighter it becomes in your life, too, predominantly negative karma.

All right, so as you practice connection, karma becomes more unnecessary in your life.

Now, how do you practice connection?

You could do a ton of things to connect with the source, to feel more connected for all of us; it’s going to be different for some of us.

Meditation connects us to our source.

Other people who aren’t spiritual connect to the source without knowing.

They connect to the source by going into nature and just being in nature.

So being in nature can be an exercise of connection for some people, hanging out with the people that I love, dancing, all kinds of things I could keep going and on and on and on, but you know what connects you.

You know what makes you feel good and connected to the universe.

So start doing those activities more and more and more.

Aside from having a beautiful, beautiful change in self-perception, that’s also important.

That’s also an exercise, in connection.

Again, if I clear my distortions, I see myself as my source sees me.

And the more distortions I clear, the more connected I am. Okay?

So changing my, perception, if I have a negative self-perception, changes that perception to the perception of my sources.

Also, an exercise is being in being connected, okay?

So there’s the third one. Practice connection.

Go more into 5D consciousness, and karma will become unnecessary.

Okay, beautiful soul.

Now I want to hear from you. Leave me in the comments below.

Which one of these tips about karma are you going to start implementing first in your life?

Let me know in the comments below.

All right, beautiful soul. I love you. I’m out.


Q1. What is the definition of Karma in short?

Ans. Karma means that for every action, there is a reaction from the outside world.

Q2. What is an example of Karma?

Ans. For example, let’s say that I go and I get furious and punch someone in the face. All right. And then, let’s say two days later, I’m in a grocery line, and a mentally unstable person comes into the grocery store, and they lunge at me and punch me in the face. This is how it returns to me. This is a very simplistic view of karma.

Q3. What are the 3 types of Karma?

Ans. In short, these are 3 types of karma. If you understand this, you would be able to handle everything in your life. Really!! It’s true.
1. Unconsciousness, 2. Awakening, 3. Self-realization

Q4. When Karma becomes useless?

Ans. When you become self-realized, you do not need karma because you don’t need to see your reflection because you already know yourself. The moment you awaken and start to ascend in consciousness and clear your karma from the past, it no longer needs to loop back at you.

Q5. How does Karma work?

Ans. Karma is simply a reflecting back of whatever you’re giving or putting in front of it. For example, let’s say that I go, and I get furious and punch someone in the face. All right. And then let’s say two days later I’m in a grocery line and a mentally unstable person comes into the grocery store and they literally just lunge at me and they punched me in the face. This is how it returns to me. This is a very simplistic view of karma.

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