The 52 Shades of Karma
"If we do our Karma, Dharma will take care of itself"
An astrological chart gives a picture of your Karmic probabilities. A competent astrologer can interpret your chart and give you advice concerning the possible effects Karma will play in different areas and at different times of your life.
Vedanta says that all your Karma is stored in the Jiva, the individual soul, or the aspect of the soul conditioned by Karma. Vedanta describes three types of Karma: that which you have chosen to process during this particular birth, that which is stored for later births, and the new Karma you generate every moment of your existence.
Vedanta says that if you understand Dharma and Karma, you will know everything. Dharma is usually defined as purpose or truth. When you find your true purpose in life and live in total alignment with that, your actions will become spontaneously correct and you will never create Karma.
"The Karma and Dharma are not related to each other. Either Karma can have its existence or Dharma can have its existence. It is impossible that both can have existence at the same time. If a person dies in Dharma then there is no birth again and if a person dies in Karma then there is rebirth to continue in Karma" - Deepak Chopra
What's Your Karma?
Determined by the day you were born, you have a unique Card. Hidden within the esoteric meaning of that Card is your Past, your Present, and your Future tendencies.
These are not "destiny cards." Your destiny is not set in stone! It is yours to shape, mold, create, and recreate. There is no official organization, secret club, or particular sect of any kind that has authority over this unique language of cards, and you do not need to be psychic or spiritual to understand how the formula works and apply the benefits to your life and the lives of those you love.
Renowned astrologer and author of "The Holy Science", Swami Sri Yukteswar states "A child is born on that day, and at that hour when the celestial rays are in mathematical harmony with his individual Karma, revealing his unalterable past and its probable future result." Thus the Karma, or "cause and effect" of your life is revealed as an imprint on the fabric of time. It is translated in the science of Astrology as a language of stars, in Numerology as a language of numbers, and in Palmistry as a language of marks and lines found on the palms of your hands the moment you are born. https://www.metasymbology.com/
"Little Book and its 52 Pages"
As unbelievable as it seems, there is another language describing the paths of our Karma. Passed down through the millennia as the world's greatest past-time, the numbers, and symbols on regular playing cards conceal a numeric replica of our solar year and the unvarying cycles of our solar system. When applied to the day on which you were born, the "Little Book and its 52 Pages" describes individual karma, and "karmic connections" between people. Best of all, the cards show how to reshape the negative karmic imprints on your subconscious mind, turning bad karma into good karma, one card at a time! https://www.metasymbology.com/
Spiritual Meaning of Karma
In my years of working with clients and their karmic history, I have chosen to take the meaning of karma out of the duality, that is, the belief that doing good brings good things, doing bad brings bad things. Instead, I use a deeper spiritual meaning of karma—its role as the unresolved emotional wounds from our past lives. Over lifetimes, we also generate what I call “karmic threads or emotions,” such as betrayal, abandonment, anger, belittlement, guilt, shame, and fear, which we carry through each existence.
I believe that when we address the true karma, or vibrational match, for events in our lives, we can clear these threads once and for all. Unresolved emotional wounds, such as the loss of a parent as a child, being a victim of abuse, or witnessing extreme violence in this life or past lives create karma. Karmic events mark our journey, and often have deep emotional components that we can spend lifetimes trying to heal. http://sonjagrace.com/
ACE of Hearts - "Desire for Affection" Karma - Selfishness
ACE of Clubs "Desire for Knowledge" Karma - Emotional Stability
ACE of Diamonds: "DESIRE for MONEY and LOVE" Karma - Acquisition
ACE of Spades: "The Card of AMBITION" Karma - Emotional Interference
TWO of Hearts - "Union of Love" Karmic Challenge - Fear of Debt
TWO of Clubs: "The Card of CONVERSATION" Karmic Challenge - Fear of Cooperation
TWO of Diamonds: "The Wheeler Dealer Card" Karmic Challenge - Fear of Lack
TWO of Spades: "The Friendship Card" Karmic Challenge: Fear of Unity
THREE of Hearts "Variety in Love," Karma - Loyalty
THREE of Clubs "The 'WRITER'S Card" Karma for the 3 of Clubs: Faith.
THREE of Diamonds "The Undecided Values Card" Karmic Challenge: Dependence on Others.