Dear Readers, this is an important book! The rules and ins and outs of Karma are something that we’re all interested in, and for excellent reasons—we want to repay whatever Karmic debt we currently have as quickly and easily as possible, and we especially want to keep from acquiring new Karmic debt. In my books, I write a lot about spotting windows of opportunity so we can learn our lessons and repay our Karmic debt with less drama and pain. Just as important, though, is learning to avoid additional Karmic debt, and that is the beauty of this new book by Guy Steven Needler.
In Avoiding Karma, Guy has done something marvelous and extraordinarily useful; he has provided us with channeled information and wisdom from the Source Entity in a truly make-sense way: Together, Guy and the Source Entity address more than ninety situations and circumstances that come up in our daily lives and show us how to deal with them without incurring Karma; including:
- Thinking before responding
- Being happy and kind
- Being calm
- Choosing our habits wisely
- Fulfilling commitments
- Being mindful
- Feeling betrayal
- Needing to be in control
Not that anyone reading this column needs a definition of Karma, but for motivation purposes, I do want to share the following paragraph from the introduction chapter of the book because it reminds us why we want to reduce Karma:
Love Transcends Karma; it is all about the multiverse. Karma is only a function of the physical universe and our true energetic selves, when attracted to the lower frequencies associated with the physical universe, are linked to it. Hence the need to return to break the link, to break the Karmic cycle. Once the link with the physical is broken, the need to incarnate is no longer necessary, and the true energetic self can ascend the frequencies and evolve in the process without having to experience ever again those lower frequencies associated with the physical universe.
Have I got your attention? This book quickly got mine, and so I reached out to the author for some further words of wisdom on this subject. Here’s what Guy had to say:
We are at an interesting juncture in the existence of incarnate mankind’s history. We now have the ability to negate our Karmic content in a single lifetime. This is something that was not previously possible simply because we didn't fully understand what Karma is and how we accrue it. Now, by using the information in Avoiding Karma, we can understand what Karma is and actively plan to avoid it whilst also removing the cycle of existing Karma allowing us to be in the physical but not be of the physical. Removing and avoiding Karma actively removes the need to reincarnate, which provides a quantum leap in our evolution.
Did you catch what Guy said about evolution? Avoiding the creation of Karma is something that will help us move ourselves and the human race to the next rung on the evolutionary ladder.
At $14 for the paperback and $9.98 for the Kindle edition, this is a must have for every human being who wants to take responsibility for their Spiritual Growth, and take the bull by the horns with regard to avoiding Karmic debt. Avoiding Karma is available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Ozark Mountain Publishing. Oh! There is also a fifteen-page section at the end of the book where the Source Entity discusses how to avoid Karma—very worthwhile reading. Namaste.
About the author: Guy Needler initially trained as a mechanical engineer and later became an electronics engineer. He is a Reiki Master and spent four years learning about energy and vibrational techniques from Helen Stott; and his training and experience in this area resulted in his becoming a member of the Complementary Medical Association (MCMA). Along with his healing abilities, Guy’s spiritual associations include channeling information from Spirit and other entities without our multiverse. His work with the Source Entity is recorded in his books The History of God, and Beyond the Source Parts One and Two. For more about Guy and his work, please visit his website at www.guyneedler.com.
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