Saturday, September 29, 2018

The Karmic Struggle

Karma is not about punishment or reward. It is a mental or emotional force that causes things to happen. Karma is a tool that allows you to move from awareness of things (the world) to awareness of self. What am I here to learn about me and how can I use the world to discover who I am and not let the world use me?

 Karma is a mechanism that presents you with different events and specific energies that lead you to balanced self-awareness. What you do with these events and this energy determines the outcome.

Karma also means a gravitational pull of extreme importance that draws you to the center of your being. It means to have a leaning towards a particular thing. This could be your occupation, your attitude or your beliefs. It will also present you with blind spots or areas where your view of things gets distorted.  Here we can get disillusioned and confuse reality for something extraneous from us.  We need to be careful to not confuse the map for the territory; the objects for the meaning.

But mostly it is a strong desire towards one thing or another.  We are drawn to certain things in an attempt to learn something about the me that sits beneath the I or the ego.  This is where we need to pull back the ego and surrender it to something more powerful. It is far more powerful to be patient when confronted with a frustration that to burst into anger and thus lose your balance.            

Suggestion: Write a paragraph that describes your life’s struggle. What have you struggled with your whole life? For example, let’s say you have struggled with   loneliness, disappointment,  anger, feeling unloved, poverty, self-image (ex: over- weight), or any other struggle that you believe is a major part of your life. This is the theme that keeps reoccurring in your life. Now make this paragraph a sentence and then make the sentence a word. This is your karmic word. Now exchange it with its opposite word; if you struggle with anger replace it with kindness.


Namaste ~ I celebrate the place where our souls meet

Doctor Lynn



Saturday, September 22, 2018

The Four Patterns of Karma

According to karma ignorance is the source of all suffering and this suffering is the result of the four patterns of karma that obscure or conceal the truth.

The first is the karma that blocks knowledge. Our knowledge of the world comes about through the five senses. When knowledge is blocked one cannot see the subtle connection between things and events. It is like the person who is emotionally cruel to their partner and cannot understand why the partner is cold.

The second is the karma that blocks feelings of joy and grief, pleasure and pain. Simply this means that you cannot separate the opposing forces of nature. We cannot remove night from day. They both exist as a reflection of the other. Every experience in life can be seen as pleasurable or painful depending upon how we interpret things. A mosquito bites and you feel the pain of the itch. You scratch the itch and feel the pleasure in scratching. Same bite bringing both pain and pleasure.

The third karma is longevity or life span. The theory of karma states that the longer you live the more experiences you have, the greater your knowledge and so the wiser you become. The length of your life is one thing, but the vitality of your life is another. The vitality you have now is a direct result of the last life. Be tremendously enthusiastic about life now and it will affect this life, as well as the next life. The karma affecting your next life is formed during the last 48 minutes of this incarnation.

The fourth karma is that which hinders your will power. When this kind of karma is operating it makes us incapable of doing even the simplest of things. Negative thoughts grow and become more negative, more emotional and more dangerous. This develops into anxiety, fear, anger and even hostility. Finally it breaks out into self-destructive actions. When you lose the ability to harness your will power many complications will arise in your life.

Master lack of knowledge, blocked feelings, unhealthy lifestyle and inability to harness your free will and you will have the tools to work through your karma. But remember this takes work – that’s karma!

Namaste ~ I celebrate the place where our souls meet

Doctor Lynn


Saturday, September 15, 2018

Karma Particles

Karma particles come into our lives in percentages and these percentages have a great influence on the nature of our lives.

You cannot change your family of origin (your biological mother and father) or your individuality, but you can change everything else about you. You can change your name, the length of your life, your awareness, attitude, perceptions and happiness, but you cannot change the essence of who you are. Accept your being and then become aware of the ways in which you can change your life to make it better. Seeking to create balance, using your inner strength to maintain strong in the face of adversity, and staying flexible to the ever changing nature of life are all essential to finding peace and serenity, and thus happiness. Let’s get started.


We have chosen to return to a particular family as a particular individual for the completion of our karmic lessons. Our life is divided into percentages of things we can change and things we cannot change.  You have the power to control your attitude and your perceptions and thus have the power to create the degree and level of your happiness. Knowing this we can see ways to improve our lives. Find your power and seek happiness.

Namaste ~ I celebrate the place where our souls meet

Doctor Lynn