What is Karmic Numerology?

What is Karmic Numerology?
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What is karma?

Karma is a concept found in many Eastern religions and some Western esoteric movements. This notion is based on the belief that each of us is a spiritual being who reincarnates on Earth several times and tends to progress towards a superior state.
Karma then constitutes a succession of ordeals to overcome or actions to carry out to accomplish the mission or missions of our life, with the aim of making our soul evolve for future lives. According to modern kabbalists, we choose this series of trials before we are born and must perform them afterwards in order to succeed in our lives; the rest of our existence is up to our free will.




The Basics of Karmic Numerology

If karma represents the lessons of life to be learned at each passage on Earth, our evolutionary path through our different incarnations allows us to accumulate knowledge and a certain wisdom. Yet our choices can be good or bad for our future lives. We can fail in our missions and this burden will carry over to our next existence in the form of a karmic debt that will have to be paid. Karmic Numerology reveals these debts as "Missing Numbers" in the study of our name. Indeed, thanks to the Inclusion Table, it is possible to identify the missions to be fulfilled in this life as well as the debts related to previous lives.
The karmic (or missing) numbers are significant behaviors, or character traits to improve in order to achieve a certain emotional and spiritual balance. Each of us has strengths and weaknesses. Karmic Numerology highlights our shortcomings in order to progress and guide us towards the success of our life missions.



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