Power of Karma: How to Understand Your Past and Shape Your Future

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Karma is the powerful ancient law of cosmic cause and effect: your actions in past lifetimes can determine what happens to you ... today! Simply put: What goes around comes around. But you do have the power to control your destiny, no matter what your past karma.

Renowned psychic, visionary, and noted author Mary T. Browne brings you fascinating real-life stories from her clients who have transformed their lives by changing their karma. With indispensable tips, easy-to-follow ...

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Overview

Karma is the powerful ancient law of cosmic cause and effect: your actions in past lifetimes can determine what happens to you ... today! Simply put: What goes around comes around. But you do have the power to control your destiny, no matter what your past karma.

Renowned psychic, visionary, and noted author Mary T. Browne brings you fascinating real-life stories from her clients who have transformed their lives by changing their karma. With indispensable tips, easy-to-follow exercises, and powerful affirmations, she teaches you how to do the same, so you can find greater health, love, security, and balance in your life. Tapping into the "power of karma" can help you:

  • Discover the secrets of your past lives
  • Spot the difference between bad karma and bad judgment
  • Recognize and avoid the "karmic boomerang"
  • Find powerful love and passion in this lifetime
  • Make positive "deposits" in your karmic bank account
  • Find spiritual growth — and real change
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In her work as a psychic adviser, clairvoyant Browne (Life After Death) downplays her talent to predict the future and instructs clients on the simple rules of karma, how to identify their karmic patterns and how to accept responsibility for negative intentions, emotions and actions. Of the cases she describes here, many tell of persons disturbed by the past or anxious for the future, and a surprising number are driven by barely disguised greed, envy or lust for power and recognition. Browne draws on the inextricable link between reincarnation and karma to explain why people must make amends for harmful motivations and actions. According to the author, the ancient Buddhist doctrine of karma, as a law of cause and effect, is "the only practical, sound, sensible, comprehensive, intelligent, logical, down-to-earth, matter-of-fact, sane answer to why good things happen to bad people or why bad things happen to good people." Throughout every lifetime, each soul carries with it a karma "bank account" that maintains a cumulative balance of negative and positive actions. To improve the balance and increase harmony, Browne recommends the use of a karma journal to track the diminution of negative behavior. In each chapter, she offers a collection of reminders, affirmations and prayers about karmic issues concerning health, sex, money, power and balance. As an interpretation of the multifaceted and subtle concepts behind the law of karma, her rendering is often simplistic and may dishearten serious students of Buddhism, but as a practical beginner's guide to a profound doctrine a kind of kindergarten karma the approach is effective. Agent, Jan Miller. (Feb. 19) Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060937478
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/4/2003
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 630,041
  • Product dimensions: 5.31 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Meet the Author

A renowned psychic and spiritual healer with clients all over the world, Mary T. Browne had her first clairvoyant experience when she was seven. She is the author of two previous books, Love in Action and Life After Death, and has had extensive media exposure — including more than three-hundred radio interviews, and television appearances on Weekend Today, CNN News, Good Day New York, America's Talking, and other programs. She has been featured in many magazines, including New York, Worth, American Health, Elle, and Psychology Today. Her client list includes many high-profile business leaders, as well as entertainment and media personalities. She and her psychic gifts were profiled by Frank Perry in his documentary film Across the Bridge, and writer-director Paul Schrader based the psychic character in his film Light Sleeper on Ms. Browne. She lives in New York City.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 14, 2011

    Highly Recommend this book

    If you are a believer in Karma this book will help you understand how and why Karma is a part of our lives. I loved it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2005

    A modern day ethical guide

    I absolutely loved this book! It not only explained what Karma is and what it means, but Mary also gives real-life examples on how to act in everyday life situations. She goes over every element in our life that we must make karmic decisions about (like love, power, revenge, etc.) The Power of Karma is a wonderful karmic/ethical guide to living in these days. Unlike the bible there is no ambiguity 'deciphering' what God really meant. The laws of Karma are clearly laid out, with clearcut examples.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2004

    Powerful Understanding and Simplicity for everyday Life

    Browne has shared some of the most important ingredents of simple life! With these lessons of life (that work) which will lead one to fulfillment, satisfaction, peace and balanced karma. Action creates reaction and thought creates everything and this book will help you find balance in your world. Looking forward to Mary's next book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2002

    Mary T. Browne==extraordinary teacher

    Mary T. Browne never disappoints. In simple language, her lessons deliver understanding. In Love In Action, Mary T. explained how a life of service leads to fulfillment, satisfaction, peace and balanced karma. Life After Death explained the continuation of life and how karma always seeks balance. Like water seeking its own level, karma finds equilibrium in physical life or spiritual. No action lacks an equal reaction. Mary T. teaches that karma is action. The Power of Karma emphasizes this fact by supplying the reader with action. The serious reader has a supply of colored index cards and records the messages and keeps a Karma Journal. These exercises ensure that the reader/student is involved¿action =karma.

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