Stay connected to yourself within yourself and meet the world from there.
The games of the mind
Our mind makes us believe many things and can be very convincing. But these things are not reality. We create problems to solve them. We ask questions to answer them. A mental game that goes around in circles and is often linked to questions of superiority, inferiority, guilt, accusation, satisfaction and compensation.
What is Karam Kriya?
Karam Kriya is a unique approach to negotiating change. Karam Kriya works with universal intelligences that we know as numbers, allowing for a deep, personal, neutral and spiritual health check.
"Karma" refers to the law of cause & effect. It is the repetitive structure that takes us through time, but without result, just the repetition of unconsciously known patterns that keep us trapped in a false sense of security. It is also the realization that everything I do (and don't do) has consequences - for me and others. Action has reaction. And there are always three kinds of consequences: known (predictable), knowable and unknown. The structure of the word is: Kar am - action to end all actions. The final judgement.
"Kriya" is the dynamic consciousness that brings our static patterns to completion - the completed action, with no lingering karmic entanglements, no "residual karma" so to speak. It represents the transition from a life of habits that enslave us to a life of discipline that serves us. Finish what you have started - because sooner or later the reaction of your actions (= karma) will knock on your door anyway.
What is Karam Kriya not?
Karam Kriya is not a prophecy, an oracle, or a therapy, and it does not offer recipes, formulas, personal advice, or any other promises of healing.
Where does Karam Kriya come from?
Karam Kriya was developed by Shiv Charan Singh (*1957), but ultimately it is the numbers themselves that teach us. Karam Kriya is not a human invention, nor is it another man-made numerological system.
"Study life through numbers and study numbers through life."
Shiv Charan Shingh