News and Views From The Psychic Access Community

Free Yourself From Karmic Debt

FREE psychic reading at, Click Here NOW!!!One of the most important things we must do before we leave this life and embrace the next is to ensure that our karmic debts are completely resolved. By doing so, we leave this world unburdened and ready to embrace our next existence with complete bliss.

Now, if the consequences you may suffer in the afterlife are not of much concern to you, and you feel that karma is not really your problem, you may want to reconsider.

Carrying the heavy burden of karmic debt can also cause considerable misery and struggle in our present daily lives, manifesting as recurring negative patterns and obstacles that hinder our progress and well-being.

Our unresolved karma often leads to dysfunctional relationships, financial difficulties, health problems, and emotional turmoil as past harmful actions generate corresponding negative consequences. An ongoing state of karmic debt fosters feelings of frustration, helplessness, and despair, making it difficult to achieve happiness, joy, fulfillment, and peace.

By carrying the weight of unresolved karmic debt, you may find yourself trapped in a cycle of suffering, unable to break free and achieve the positive, fulfilling life you desire.

Karmic debt is a concept rooted in the spiritual principle of karma, which is a fundamental belief in many Eastern philosophies and religions, especially Hinduism and Buddhism. Karma refers to the universal law of cause and effect, whereby every action has a corresponding reaction. Our poor choices and negative actions create a spiritual debt. By acknowledging this debt and resolving our past mistakes, we achieve a state of inner peace, higher consciousness, spiritual growth and enlightenment.

My actions are my only true belongings. I cannot escape the consequences of my actions. My actions are the ground on which I stand ~ Thich Nhat Hanh

The opposite of karmic debt is karmic merit, or simply “good karma.” While karmic debt represents the negative consequences of harmful actions that need to be balanced or repaid, karmic merit represents the positive consequences of good deeds that lead to beneficial outcomes and our spiritual advancement.

You may also think that because you are not a Hindu or a Buddhist, karma does not apply to you. But this principle of reaping what you sow is found in most spiritual teachings and religious traditions. While they differ in their specifics and interpretations, most belief systems emphasize the importance of moral behavior, personal responsibility, and the impact of one’s actions on future experiences and spiritual progress.

Understanding Karmic Debt

To understand the concept of karmic debt, think of it as financial debt. Imagine a young couple starting their lives together with well-paying jobs, lots of friends, and a bright future. They decide it’s the perfect time to buy their dream house.

Although they don’t have enough for a down payment, they borrow from their parents’ retirement fund, confident that the secure job market will keep everyone financially stable. They move into their beautiful new home, only to find it’s farther from work than they expected. They need a second car, but can’t afford it right away. Fortunately, low interest rates allow them to buy a new car with manageable payments.

But their old furniture looks sparse in the spacious new house, so they use credit cards for new furnishings. The steady paychecks give them confidence, so they use a second card to buy everything at once, thinking that will save them money in the long run. This scenario illustrates how debt accumulates. Karma works similarly.

Eventually, the couple finds that they have no money left at the end of the month. They can barely keep up with their payments. Then disaster strikes: one of them loses his job in a downsizing. At first, they’re optimistic about finding new work, but as months go by without a decent offer, they fall behind on their payments, stretching their finances to the breaking point.

The final blow comes when a serious illness makes it impossible to work. Even with unemployment insurance, bankruptcy becomes inevitable. Their creditors suffer losses, leading to higher interest rates for everyone. This illustrates how our debt creation affects others. Karmic debt works the same way. If you ignore your karmic obligations, someone else bears the burden. If you harmed someone in a past life and didn’t ask for forgiveness or atone, the harm remains unresolved.

Unresolved karmic debt follows us until we take action to repair or atone for it. We will have to pay for unresolved karmic debts eventually, if not in this life, then in the next. That’s why it’s important to carefully consider our actions and strive to clear our karmic debts.

Resolving our karmic debt in this lifetime is crucial because it allows us to break free from the cycle of negative consequences and suffering that result from past harmful actions, leading to a more harmonious and fulfilling existence. This process of redemption and atonement helps us cultivate positive relationships, inner peace, and a deeper understanding of the interconnectedness of all beings, ultimately contributing to a more positive and compassionate world.

Every moment of your life and everything happening around you is the result of some past karma ~ Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

The Karmic Debt To-Do List

There are ten essential actions we must take in this lifetime to ensure that we resolve our karmic debt:

Practice forgiveness: Actively seek forgiveness from those you have wronged and offer genuine forgiveness to those who have wronged you. Let go of any resentment you may have toward yourself and others. Holding onto anger and negativity only weighs down your spirit. Forgiveness is a gift to yourself as well as to the other person.

Resolve conflicts: Take steps to resolve any lingering conflicts or disputes and make peace with others. Communicate openly and work toward reconciliation so that all parties find closure and peace.

Make amends: Right past wrongs whenever possible. Take responsibility for your past actions and their consequences. Acknowledge your mistakes and commit to making amends where possible. Accepting responsibility is a critical step in resolving karmic debt. If you have hurt someone in the past, take steps to make amends. This may include apologizing, offering restitution, or simply trying to be a better person in the future.

Cultivate compassion: Cultivate empathy and kindness toward all sentient beings and the planet you share with them. Compassion is the foundation of good karma. When you act with compassion, you help create a more positive world for everyone. Strive to truly understand the struggles of others and offer support wherever you can.

Live ethically: Follow ethical principles in all aspects of your life. Be honest, respectful, and fair in your dealings with others. Be truthful in your words and actions. Honesty is essential to good karma. When you are honest, you build trust and respect with others.

Embrace integrity: Live according to your values. Integrity means living your life according to your beliefs. When you act with integrity, you create positive karma for yourself. Always be true to yourself.

Serve selflessly: Perform selfless acts of kindness on a regular basis. Volunteer your time, talents, and resources to help others. Helping others is a great way to generate positive karma. Contribute regularly to charitable causes and volunteer your time to help those in need. When you give freely of your time and energy, you make the world a better place, and helping others without expecting anything in return generates karmic merit and balances past negative actions.

Practice self-discipline: Self-discipline is essential to creating good karma. When you are disciplined, you are able to make decisions that are in your best long-term interest. Patience is a key element of being disciplined. When you are patient, you empower yourself to control your impulses and make wise choices.

Practice self-improvement: Constantly work to improve yourself. Learn from your past mistakes, strive to overcome negative habits, and cultivate virtues such as patience, humility, and love. Personal growth helps to eliminate karmic debt and achieve a balanced, harmonious life. Learn to accept what is and avoid negativity. Grow from your experiences, both positive and negative. Good karma isn’t about being perfect and always getting it right, it’s simply about always doing your best. Every experience, good or bad, is an opportunity to learn and grow. By reflecting on your experiences, you can identify areas where you can improve and make better choices in the future.

Practice gratitude: Practice gratitude daily. Appreciate the good things in your life. Gratitude is a powerful antidote to negativity. When you focus on the good things in your life, you attract more good things into your experience. Acknowledge and appreciate the positive aspects of your life and the kindness of others.

By incorporating these actions into your daily life, you will actively work toward redeeming yourself and resolving your karmic debt to positively impact your present and future existence. Consider carefully your words and deeds in this world. Your karmic debt impacts not only yourself, but has a profound ripple effect throughout the entire Universe. At some point you will have to pay for it, in this life and the next.

About The Author: Kitty

Kitty is a Canadian Intuitive, born into a large family of clairvoyants and clairaudients. A local celebrity, she's been giving accurate predictions in her paper for over fifteen years now, and is often called upon to lead séances and provide readings at Psychic Fairs in Vancouver. A trained counselor, she combines her natural Gifts to detect blockages at their root, and provide detailed psychic information and practical advice for success and happiness. She's helped locate missing items and people, has communicated messages from loved ones who've passed on, and communicates with two Sacred Celestial Beings who are unerring in the startling information they provide. If you'd like to connect with this remarkable Intuitive, whose talent spans generations, you can find Kitty at

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Our Sponsor

Blog Authors
Calendar Of Posts
June 2024
« May    
Blog Archives (11 Years)