Over the years I have received many requests to heal various issues ranging from weighttochronic pain and finances. I will explain how these issues are related to karma. According to the East, karmas are fruits or byproducts of past actions of present or past lives–both good and bad. Bad actions are mistakes committed due to ignorance, fear and other non-dharmic ways of living. They are usually associated with the six inner enemies: anger, greed, lust, envy, pride and attachment. If we fail to transcend them and learn the lessons, we will continue to repeat these patterns in the present life and may incarnate in future lives until we learn them.
The issues or life challenges that need to be worked on will generally determine the environment a person will be born in to. The parents, siblings, relatives, ancestry, and circumstances will condition them to be who they think they are. These environments may contain life experiences (stories) related to violence, trauma, tragedy, abuse and/or other non-nurturing circumstances that determine their life issues such as weight later in life.
Early life conditioning has a deep impact whether from direct experiences or indirect experiences where the suffering, consciousness and programming by family and collective groups will cause the person either feel unloved, disapproved of,unsafe or unprotected. As they grow up in life, these internal issues (karmas) whether from this lifetime or past lives are stored in the unconscious and are still not processed. They will remain dormant or unconscious until they are processed and the lessons of love are learned which will break those karmas. Lessons are usually learned when a greater capacity to love in every single moment in the human form is attained.
According to astrology during different periods of life people will encounter experiences that trigger the internal issues that have never been worked through. These unresolved experiences, the unprocessed conditionings, will trigger feelings of not feeling loved, nurtured or feeling safe. Since they have developed the personality and psyche of feeling unloved in their early environment they are hoping to find love in the external world through relationships, money or other external forms. Each time they may think they have found the perfect person or thing to make them happy. The inner issues (karmas) come up in the relationship, again causing feelings of being unloved. So they break up to find another relationship. The pattern repeats itself because the lessons of love have not yet been learned.
Each time, they experience heartbreak and disappointment, the ego and mind feels hurt by the external world and they begin to guard their heart and begin to experience various forms of physical difficulty, including weight issues and many others.