Our thoughts are like silver bullets from the Lone Ranger!
When my Guide Group, “The GG,” first started dictating information about Karma they began with the following statements . . .
“There is a force working within the Universe called Karma. It is the law of cause and effect. It is the energy that you send forth whether positive or negative and it is the energy you receive back either positive or negative. Karma can be a positive experience or it can be a difficult experience. It depends on what you’ve planned for yourself in this lifetime.”
1. What is Karma?
Karma is a Universal law based on action and reaction—kind of a “reap what you sow” type of law. If we take an action against another person or nature, we will pay the piper for it during this incarnation or during a future lifetime. It works the same way if we do good things for people and nature—do something nice for the right reason and you’ll have positive experiences returned to you. Karma is a tool to help us learn our lessons, and for each incarnation, we must find ways to accept or bestow positive or negative payback. We do that at the planning table prior to each incarnation.
2. Why should we be aware of Karma?
The sooner we figure out what lessons we’re here to learn during this lifetime, the sooner we can move ahead and accelerate our spiritual growth. One way to accomplish this is to look for and spot our “Windows of Opportunity”—which we can do by looking for life scripts or patterns where we continually draw the same types of people or situations to ourselves. Once we develop this skill and begin to spot our windows, we can examine our behavior and make changes that will help us learn the lessons we planned to learn, and put a stop to future similar situations. Being aware of Karma, knowing that we have planned certain lessons/experiences for this incarnation, and learning to recognizing windows will help us learn our lessons more quickly and with less pain and drama. Understanding the law of Karma will also help us (a) keep the creation of new Karma to a minimum, which will make this incarnation (instant Karma!) and future incarnations easier to plan and execute, and (b) we’ll have more time for growth experiences in future lifetimes because we’ll have less Karmic payback to deal with.
3. Our thoughts and words are just as important as our actions!
Here is some advice from the “GG” about thoughts and words . . .
“As the energy of the planet changes and we come into the new age in a more aggressive way, there will eventually be more new energy than old energy. As people become more enlightened, their energy shifts to a higher vibration, and so is the Earth is shifting to a higher vibration. As these changes continue to occur, for they are ongoing, thoughts will become more powerful. And so it is that the human population must become aware of their power. The things they ‘think’ will in time come into being, and the further into the new age we move, the sooner those thoughts will manifest. Everyone must watch their words, they must chose what they say as wisely as they choose their actions because their thoughts, whether positive or negative, WILL come firing back at them like silver bullets from the Lone Ranger.”
One result of the increased vibrational level of our planet is that our thoughts and words are manifesting faster than they ever have before, which means they are powerful things and have an impact on our present and future lives and the present and future lives of those around us. The time is now to train ourselves to watch our thoughts and words so that we don’t incur additional negative Karma. A wonderful side effect of the increased vibrational level of the planet Earth is that our positive words and thoughts allows us to help others faster than ever before! Another side effect of positive words, thoughts and actions is increased vibrational levels for ourselves and our planet—being nice pays off big time for all of us!
4. How can we become more aware of our thoughts?
Watching what we say is one thing, but watching our thoughts—how do we get started? One thought at a time! Everything that’s ever been invented or built or put into place was first a thought or idea in someone’s mind, so generating positive or negative energy with our thoughts makes sense. Here are some of things that are helping me develop this skill: (a) Understanding the impact that my thoughts and words have on me and on other people was a big motivational factor in motivating me towards trying to scrutinize my thoughts—it really makes you “think twice” about the thoughts that are forming in your head when you know what kind of an impact they will have on yourself and others; (b) I try to pay attention to my thoughts as they are forming so that I can stop a negative thought in it’s tracks and try to “re-think” it in a more positive light.; and (c) I know that I suffer from , “Monkey Brain” which is what we call it in yoga class when our minds quickly jump around from subject to subject. Recognizing each subject that pops into my head and letting it go has helped me focus on my thoughts. It takes practice to recognize and focus on your thoughts, but it becomes easier as work at it.
My personal thoughts on what the “GG” have shared about Karma . . .
Since the “GG” first dictated this information, it has had a profound impact on me because it’s information that I’ve been able to use to (a) take more control of my life, (b) accelerate my spiritual growth, (c) slow down the creation of new negative Karma for myself, and (d) contribute to increasing the vibrational level of the planet.
I’ve learned that I want to do everything I can to accelerate my learning during this lifetime because the more I can accomplish now, the less I will have to deal with in future lifetimes. I’ve found that it’s hard work to look for personal life scripts and patterns, but I think it pays off when a window of opportunity is spotted early and learning and growth is accelerated.
I’ve also learned that understanding Karma and becoming aware that our thoughts and words are manifesting faster than they ever have before made me want to work hard on learning the new skill of watching and editing my thoughts and words–before they come back to haunt me!
I hope this article helps you as much as it’s helped me!