20 Good Deeds That Pay Off Your Karmic Debt

20 Good Deeds That Pay Off Your Karmic Debt

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If you study numerology, then you know about karmic debt. When you owe a bill collector, they always want their money. Karma works much like a debt collector because it will ensure that you pay for your past transgressions.

The harmful actions you do in this life or a previous one cause you to incur a liability that’s due in full. Both the good deeds and the bad will carry you into your current life, and they negatively influence you.

Thankfully, you can clear your karmic debt by changing your mindset and clearing your Akashic records. Don’t be confused or overwhelmed by the process; as you journey through this procedure, you can lead a more fulfilling life filled with optimism.

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Before you can begin this cleansing process, you need to learn about how karma works and all the different misdeeds that add to your debt.

Understanding Karma

good deedsAccording to Sadhguru, karma is deeply rooted in both Buddhism and Hinduism, as well as some of the newer beliefs of numerology. These eastern religions all believe in a past life and that the actions in your history can be carried with you into the present. Karma is strongly connected with reincarnation, which is a widely accepted belief among society.

Karma has become a cliché word that people often use, but very few truly know what it means or the spiritual beliefs behind it. Remember the golden rule that states to do unto others as you want them to do to you? Well, karma is how the Universe pays you back.

So, if you perform good deeds, then good things will come your way. However, if you do bad things, then you will reap rewards that aren’t so pleasant. Those who engaged in good deeds and tried to be good people in a previous life then have little to no karmic debt.

Sadly, if you did some terrible things in the past, you will have a debt that needs to be repaid. What are the things that cause this debt? Well, here are a few examples:

  • Murder
  • Arson
  • Cheating on your lover
  • Unforgiveness
  • Abuse of power
  • Stealing
  • Being a liar
  • Cheating others

Essentially, anything destructive that you did, or unscrupulous acts, creates a debt that needs to be repaid. The spiritual consequences of these actions can carry on with you throughout your lifetimes, and unless you cleanse yourself from these deeds, they will continue to repeat.

There’s a saying among those who passionately believe in reincarnation that if you forget your past, then you’ll be doomed and repeat the actions. The issue with all of this is that the individual almost always forgets the previous life cycles during the reincarnation process. Consequently, delving into your karmic debt allows you to determine how things went in a previous life, and it will enable you to change things from now on.

“Every moment, there are a million miracles happening around you: a flower blossoming, a bird tweeting, a bee humming, a raindrop falling, a snowflake wafting along the clear evening air. There is magic everywhere. If you learn how to live it, life is nothing short of a daily miracle.” ~Sadhguru

Calculating Your Number

No one wants their evil deeds to follow them through many lifetimes. The real key is to determine how much you owe to pay this bill in full, and numerology can help. Now don’t become overwhelmed when you figure this number; it allows you to identify the stuff you need to work on.

To figure this debt, grab a pencil and a piece of paper. The easiest way to calculate your balance is by starting with your birth date. By adding up all these digits, you can get a number that is a code.

For instance, if your birthday were April 20, 1975, you would put the numbers in a row and add them together. So, it would be 4+2+0+1+9+7+5=28. The number 28 means that this is the karmic code that you can use to figure your debts.

If your number is below ten or above 49, you have no debts to repay. Consider yourself lucky that you have nothing hanging over you from a previous life, and you can live this life in peace. However, if you have a debt, it’s time to start working on it.

Next, you take your debt number and use numerology to decide how much work you need to do. The numbers from 11-48 all have a specific meaning that you need to delve into. For instance, in the example above, the number was 28.

According to numerology, someone with this score died by suicide in a previous life, and it was due to an unhappy relationship. The struggles from this life have followed you, and you are a rebel that doesn’t go with the flow. You fight against social restrictions and the very framework of existence.

Though the life of someone with a 28 won’t be perfect, they need to learn how to take care of themselves first. Plus, an attitude adjustment wouldn’t hurt this person either. Now, take, for instance, someone who has a score of 11. This person’s karmic debt shows that they have made many mistakes. They had a lot of trouble with the law and betrayed many.

This person tends to be naïve to this day, and they are too eager to trust. Keep in mind that these numbers are just general overviews. You must really delve deeper into your past to uncover what’s bothering you in the present. You can use meditation or a trusted psychic adviser to help you go back in time and see why your debt load is so heavy.

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Additionally, you can use the chart at the Online Institute of Astrology to determine what your number means.

Signs You’re Carrying Bad Debts with You?

You may not be able to completely clear this debt with good deeds in your current lifetime. However, just the act of working towards cleansing can make things better for you in the next one, so it’s worth the effort. Almost every person alive has some karmic debts they need to repay, but the severity of the debt and the consequences you pay for them vary greatly.

Outside of your karmic numbers, how do you know if you’re carrying a debt to karma? Well, here are some signs that the debt you owe is great:

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