Those of us who recognize and directly experience the spiritual reality of past lives and future lives, know that what we send out there comes back to us. Karma is simply a boomerang. The trash we send out is the trash that returns to us, and we have to clean up. The problems we create for others (and ourselves) are the problems that return to us, and we are responsible for cleaning up. The disasters we create are the disasters that we’re responsible for cleaning up.
So, when we look at others, it is aaaaaaalllllllllwwwwwwwwwwwwaaaaaaaaaaaays! easy to point out the boomerang that they’ll be dealing with in their future lives. But, what good does condemning others do for ourselves? None.
Only when we look at our own lives and clean up the messes in our own life are we fulfilling the task that “Boomerang Karma” calls for. The healing we do in relationships, the resolving of issues within ourselves, and the prayers and meditations for others in need – these things are what cleans up our own boomerang karmic messes.
If our life is screwed up, messed up or we’re dealing with problems in any way at all, then we’ve simply received back the boomerang that we sent out. Even judging ourselves is its own boomerang mess.
We can look at the world and fret, gripe, become angered at all the @$#%^#%& that others are dumping into the Earth – our Earth. But remember, if we’re dealing with @$#%^#%& in our own lives, it means only one thing. This phrase is appropriate in this case – “Let He/She who is without sin, cast the first stone.” We all have heard that phrase and know what it means, because we’ve walked that messy path, also.
We created messes in this world, and we now live a life trying to clean them up. We try any number of acts to help make the world a better place. We are meditators, activists, pray-ers, light workers and more. And it pisses us off when we’re trying to clean up our mess and others come along and mess it up again.
Others create messes in this world, and they will be responsible for cleaning up their messes. Like watching children make a mess on the floor, or the carpet, or the walls, or the ceilings, or they set the house on fire, we can remember that there is no mess that cannot be cleaned up. All things broken can be fixed. All things demolished can be rebuilt. Life goes on, and as Christ told Peter after Christ had risen, “You don’t worry about them. I’ll worry about them. You follow me.” Put another way, ‘Helping all souls everywhere through all time is my job. Cleaning up your life now is your job.’
It is our own work on our self that transforms the energy of who we are. It is this work that in turn, impacts the Earth. It is this energy that transforms the world. The raising of our energy through inner work, raises the Earth energy, which in turns slowly helps those in lower energy be brought up to higher energy, also.
One could say, we are physicians seeking to heal ourselves of the wounds we’ve inflicted on others and ourselves, and in turn, demonstrate to those who observe us (and learn from observing us), how to heal one’s self of one’s own self-inflicted wounds. The Infinite Consciousness of Infinite Love is the foundation of this path and will carry it all the way through to it’s conclusion, and in a way that no soul shall perish or be left behind. The Infinite Consciousness of God has the Infinite Patience that this job calls for.
Here’s a thought – after souls are finished in the Earth plane – souls have innumerable other greater dimensions to go to and from which to learn. Don’t worry, we have eternity to do this – plenty of time.
“An act of forgiveness is an act of giving ourselves freedom and joy. ” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2014, Jodie Senkyrik)
“If you were to want to experience God, would you wish to see water turned into wine? Or would you rather wish to experience being deeply loved or forgiven?” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 2014, Jodie Senkyrik)
I would like some predictions for 2017, please?
What is the best way to pray in order to raise vibrations and make positive changes on a global scale? I’m more of a meditator than prayer…if that makes any sense. Can I do something during meditation?
Anything and everything done through the love in our hearts raises the vibrations. Let the prayer also be from your heart.
Meditation is for stilling the mind, and listening to that still, small voice within – saying “Be still, and know that I Am God.” In this state, we rest – our tiny drop of mind/consciousness rests – inside the ocean of Infinite Consciousness in which abides Infinite Love, Infinite Patience, and Infinite Understanding. This impacts us on all aspects of our consciousness – including our own vibration.
Okay, great. So I guess I will just keep doing what I’m doing! Maybe just a little more often. :) Also, I often feel guilty or wary when I feel real joy and love for fear it will be snatched away soon enough (prophecies of doom/gloom)—would it be helpful at these times to instead hold onto that love/joy and wish it for others, i.e. ,make this a prayer of sorts from my heart?
Is there a way to pray to erase bad karma? Can we undo bad acts and bad thoughts before they boomerang on us?
Karma manifests because of previous actions’ vibrations at a certain level “finding” an appropriate circumstance and environment to manifest – circumstances and opportunity which the vibrations of the original causal act/behavior can match. It’s like a round peg finding a round hole to fit in.
Every act we make goes out into the Infinite Consciousness of all things and gets experienced by all Consciousness – including ourselves when circumstances and the environment match up. We use the term Karma to label causal acts that are painful or harmful. We tend not even to think of positive and helpful acts in the same way, even though all acts/behaviors go into the Infinite and all beings experience them in some manner.
Because the original causal acts are carried out at a certain level of vibration, based on the individual’s and the environment’s vibration, AND because prayer and meditation help to raise vibrations, YES, our prayers can help to raise the vibrations of “Karmic” acts. The influence of prayer and meditation can raise the vibrations like a tuning fork, and diminish the impact of Karmic manifestation, and potentially heal it altogether with enough prayer and meditation. In addition, healing relationships with kindness, forgiveness, love, compassion, understanding, patience, mercy and more, can also bring in the higher vibrations of God’s Love flowing through our own hearts and minds, which also brings in higher vibrations which can heal or diminish karmic events.
An example of the impact of prayers and meditations is the prediction Edgar Cayce had about New York City. In his days, he saw New York City being devastated by a city-wide earthquake which leveled the entire city. But, because of prayers and meditations throughout the decades between Edgar Cayce’s day and our days, the karmic manifestation of destructive energy returning to a matching starting point was diminished. On Sept. 11, 2001, only the twin towers were destroyed instead of the entire city. Thankfully, this lessening of karmic energy happened because much of the karmic energy was healed (vibrations raised higher). However, sadly, not all of the karmic energy was healed. In doing a reading on it, I saw that it would have taken twice the number people praying and meditating through the decades to keep 1 building up and 5 times the people to keep both buildings standing. Still, with many people praying and meditating, we were able to help in the amount demonstrated.