We reap what we sow. If things do not catch up with us in this lifetime, rest assured they would do so, in another Karma has become a well-used word these days, but how many people take time to understand and remember it?
The first step to change is to understand karma. Any good you do in this lifetime will come back to you. If you are spiritually attuned, the good will return to you in this life If not, then you will experience good in the next life. Thought is also energy – be very careful about negative thoughts and whom you project them onto! Think before you do something mean to someone else, even when they have done something mean to you! It could become a continual circle that you and the other person get stuck in, for many lifetimes.
The saying turn the other cheek begins to have a real energetic meaning. So, in fact, if someone does something negative to you, do not react but let it go so that it remains their karma and does not become part of yours. Cause and Effect is related to karma as it means the consequences of our actions. We all want positive karma, not negative, and the same rules apply – so it is essential that we think and act in a good way. All actions and thoughts create energy, and energy fields surround all things including our selves.
Our worst fear has been that of death and dying, but we never die, we just move on to other lives, perhaps repeating lessons we got wrong or never finished. Some people touch on their past lives by accident or experience them on a regular basis. Letting go of fear can change your whole outlook on life, and the nature of your relationships. To not forgive is another big negative energy. A good place to start is to start forgiving others. Just imagine negative energies as dark, heavy colours, and positive energies as light, bright colours in our auras – which would you prefer? We all display our karma in our auras, and hopefully we get it cleared by making the right choices.