Last Updated on July 16, 2022 by Wishbonix
Karma is the concept in the Dharmic religions that denotes the entire cycle of cause and effect. This holds true for Hindu, Jain, Sikh, and Buddhist philosophies.
Karma is a Sanskrit word that means “action.” It is said that whatever you do, from the insignificant to the most important actions, will return to you with the same magnitude. That is why karma is said to be what the person has done in this life or the past life.
The Principles of Karma
A person is believed to have lived in another lifetime. In religion, a person is deemed to be reincarnated from the past to the present and in the future, and karma will still affect one’s self in whatever lifetime. Karma works in the present, past, and future. The law of karma is not a punishment or a reward; rather, it is a way for a person to become responsible for his actions, especially towards another person.
Karma is believed to be the universal principle of cause and effect. This means that whatever we do in any lifetime, we are answerable for them. With this said, karma is known to be the best way to make people aware of the consequences of their actions. This act enables a person to ponder on his actions and make changes if necessary. One needs to do more good than bad to receive positive and good karma. However, the word karma is sometimes used to denote something bad. “This is my karma.” This expression usually refers to the reason why a person experiences some negative or unwanted events. Simply, they relate karma as sin or fate over which people have no control. That is entirely false. Treat karma as a life lesson that you can learn from to be even better. For cases when harsh karma is experienced, learn to process these events and feelings.
Use wisdom to understand the reasons why such an ill event transpired, and through that, you can be assured of spiritual growth. It is better to treat karma with intellectual action and unemotional responses.
What karma Is and Isn’t!
In closing, karma is not a form of retribution, revenge, punishment, or even reward that the divine being bestows upon you. It is simply the cycle of cause and effect. It is reaping what you sow; and experiencing the consequences of your actions. If you have transmitted something good to the universe, then that is what you will get in return.
Karma and the Magical Realm
Karma is actually an objective observer in life that does not judge one’s actions but rather sends a reaction to every action, which tends to mirror the original action. Since our actions and thoughts are surrounded by energy, this energy tends to make its rounds returning positive energy to good people and returning negative energy to people that have done bad actions. Sometimes karma can also mean future work, which we must complete by learning life lessons.
Easy Karma Cleansing Spell
The simplest karma cleansing spell is to take a bath in karma cleansing elements and sincerely regret your harm to others. After expressing remorse and regret in the most profound way you can and with all of your heart, you must do a favor for the people you have harmed. Salt is a natural cleanser of the aura and also of the mind and body.
Ingredients for the Karma Cleansing
- 1 cup of sea salt
- 1 cup Epsom salt
- Black Candle
- Indigo Candle
- Lotus Oil
- Sheet of Paper
- Cauldron or fireproof pot
- Best day to cast the spell: Saturday
How to Perform the Karma Cleansing
Start the ritual by taking a karma cleansing bath. Pour the Epsom salt and sea salt into a bath half-filled with water. Add eight drops of Lotus oil to the water. The number eight corresponds to karma cleansing. Immerse yourself in this bath for at least ten minutes, fully immersing your face and head.
While in the bath, think about how you have harmed others. For each person and each way you have harmed them, make a promise to yourself what good deed you will do. This good deed can be either for the people directly or as a good deed for the world in general. Find a connection between the deed and the person you harmed. For example, if the person is an avid animal lover, donate some money to an animal charity.
While bathing, think of an action you can do that is a favor to the person you have harmed, and furthermore, you will perform this action without making it known to others or saying a word about it. If you have harmed many people, think about a measure showing the universe that you have done something good for the world in general. Don’t be cheap.
This bath has the effect of strengthening your electromagnetic field as well as cleansing it from any toxic energy.
When you are done with the bath and the karma cleansing, do not rinse off the salt. Pat dry and dress in white clothing or a white towel. Sit down in front of your altar or a table and anoint the candles with Lotus oil. Light the candles and write down what you will do for the people you have hurt or the bad things you have done. Put the morganite on top of the paper and let the candles burn out. You can get dressed in the meantime. As soon as the candles have burned out completely, put the candle remains into your cauldron along with the piece of paper. Light it and let it burn. Go outside, throw the ashes in the wind, and then go to bed.