How to keep your family abundance growing?

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How to keep your family abundance growing?

Yesterday, I again had to turn down a desparate client for Karmic Healing session.


The spiritguides said, that the person doesn’t have enough good karma to heal yet. They further adviced the person to do some Sewa in course of a month and check again.

It was difficult for me to share it with the client and it was even more difficult for the client to accept. I understand it is difficult for anyone to accept that not every thing in our lives would heal, not every person gets better. One day we realise that money cannot heal all our ills. Somethings are part of our prarabdha, our life script. Like a child with Autism spectrum, learning disability or a person with mental disorder. Sometimes it doesn’t get better, we have all seen our loved ones suffer and even die.

This brings me to an important insight I want to share. This came to us during a series of Family Tree Healing sessions, for families suffering from Pitr Dosha or Ancestral curses. As always they were all suffering due to bad karma of their ancestors, who at the price of their sucess and power, forgot the simple doctrine of karma. What we sow is what we reap.

They frequently indulged in bad karma, generation after generation, feeling invincible or exempted by the law of nature. Mistreating the poor, helpess and weak, trapped in darkness of their arrogance, greed or lust. Often they harmed people within or around their families. God does not excepts bribes and nothing goes unregistered or stays hidden. Every thing is recorded. Generations tell these tales as they suffer.

But surprisingly, the common theme in these families, where gradually over subsequent generations, fortunes and well being declined, was the lack of emphasis on good karma – via Sewa, selfless service. Let alone devotion.

In a family, the soul of their grand mother revealed in dismay, “This family never did sewa how could they ever flourish?..they never helped anyone or each other.” In another family another Great grand mother said, “They didn’t do any declined” Lastly, an ancestor said, “This family neither did good karma or Sewa…”

Fate of these families, present a cautionary tale. Remedy? As was given to a Sikh family by their ancestor, ‘Vand Chhako”..(Share your wealth, good fortune with others) do sewa. Another grandmother said, Teach men devotion so they will be freed of their greed and lust. And to women teach Sewa, so that they learn to help other, bring family close.”

As healers we come across many such cases where we see a person or family suffer but we can’t do anything beyond a point, just because we can only heal as much as a person is karmically ready for.
Healing happens by grace and miracles happen only when one has faith, and for both to happen one needs good karmas.

Our suggestion is stay humble and learn to share with others and care for others. No matter how much you earn give a portion to someone who is less privileged than you. If you can’t spare some money then spend some time with under privileged. Go to orphanage and read stories or play with kids, visit old age homes and give emotional care to elders. Don’t wait to do charity or sewa till you face a downfall, start doing it when grass is green in your garden.

Remember blessings are like umbrella, they will protect you when it pours down. It’s only wise to buy an umbrella when sun is shining brightly, rather than hunting for one when it’s raining.

Healers can only help you when your soul is ready to heal and you have good karmas to heal your life.
We are just the medium to initiate your healing journey, ultimately it’s the choices that you had made in past lives or in present life which will enable your smooth healing.

So, while you take of yourself, your family’s needs, please spare a thought for your family tree and future generations as well. This reminds me of famous verse by Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji..

“दे सिवा बर मोहे ईहे, शुभ कर्मन ते कभुं न डरूं..।।”
(O Shiva! Give me this boon, that I may never shrink from doing good deeds..)
Abhishek Joshi

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