Karma is the process of cause and effect associated with Thoughts, Emotions and Behaviors (Physical, Mental, Emotional). It is a memory (seed), neither good nor bad, operates on Universal Law, very impersonal and it applies to everyone without exception at all times. The totality of a person’s actions in the current and previous life forms decides their destiny in future existences.

Karma refers to any act or deed. It is the principle of cause and effect, a consequence, or KARMAPHALA (“fruit of action”) or  UTTARAPHALA (“after effect”).

According to the Upanishads, the law of Karma states –“As you sow, so shall you reap”- “YadbhavamTadbhavathi”.

Understanding Karma is an important step in our Spiritual Advancement. Reincarnation and Karma are inter-related. During this Karmic cleansing therapy process, one is guided into a deep state of relaxation where the different karmic blockages and patterns are understood, healed and cleansed.

A significant action to transform Karma to Dharma; Dharma to Realisation; Realisation to Liberation is carried out through the process of Acceptance – Forgiveness – Gratitude. Once the stains are cleansed, the further journey is filled with awareness, consciousness and clarity.