I had an energy worker work on me while I was having a very strange medical phenomenon. She couldn't do a lot of work on me because doing so made her sick. She said that it was a ton of generational karma. Since then my health has taken a swan dive. But more importantly the way people perceive me is absolutely different than what is really on the inside. Which has rendered my existence futile to say the least. Basically, every move I make is perceived as wrong no matter what it is. With this said, I am almost certain that it is directly caused by the karma. So, my question is what spell is best to remove generational karma with as little of supplies as possible. Please any suggestions will be helpful and much needed.
You should know that Karma isn't very legal. Or if it is, it's not always completely fair. You can't carry with you "generational" Karma, you have your own Karma. It's like you carry with you all the mistakes your past generations and families have made. It doesn't work like that.
Have you thought she may was lying for another reason? Maybe it's just a coincidence and not Karma. Karma isn't responsible for everything, and it seems by sayng "generational Karma" that she isn't much aware of Karma. Have you thought it may be a curse?
Karma cannot be "removed" by a spell or something else. There are ways to do it (with my thoughts spirits would help...) but you have to change. If it's truly your Karma you have to change to the best you. So "You give good, you will receive good" or something like that. However if you're already the best you (in a friendly meaning), if I were you I would believe it's not Karma, I would act differently.
There is no such thing as "generational Karma". Karma by definition effects an individual. Karma is a Buddhist belief that you do good, you receive good, do bad, you receive bad. Hinduism believe the way you live this lifetime can effect your next life, so a farmer doing good in this life will be reborn as an office worker. The office worker lives a good life can be reborn a CEO, and on and on until they become a holy man. doing bad deeds like murder, will bump you down the ladder. Wiccans believe in Threefold Law which is karma times three; good or bad you actions effect you three times over.
As far as i'm aware however, no one believes your grandfather being Jack the Ripper will result in your whole family paying the price. Karma rewards and punishes the person, not the family. It might be a generational curse, but i'm no expert on those. They are also extremely rare so try to put it out of your mind. You could try a cleansing and protection, if you know your family has a cursed object or there's a long held family feud you could try cleansing the object or repairing the feud. Otherwise I doubt it's a generational curse either. Still, a cleansing and protection is never a bad idea.
If it was indeed karma, it would effect your afterlife not life. Can't remember the proper term for the one that effects daily life. Also you do not accumulate karma from family in past generations. Though I do believe curses and ill intent I can pass down.
I mean no disrespect but that healer may just not know what they are talking about. Healing others energetically can make you sick. In most practices you are taking in that persons energy temporarily. They could also get sick if the work is overwhelming.
I personally suggest cleansing yourself bow and every time they start and finish a session. Best of health to you
To cleanse karma, one can end it with good karma. This can be done through Buddhist mantras like "Om Mani Padme Hum", the mantra of Guan Yin, the mantra of Vajrasattva, and many more. Karma is to be paid back soon. If a man murdered a dog, he is to be reborn a dog. If a woman made false rumors and gossip about someone, she will have bad things spoken of her. Karma is like justice, but can be cured. As I am Buddhist, I understand the philosophy and have my belief in it.
For some reason I thought it was strictly the next life or afterlife. However it is both this life and further lives. Self correction since yours was also inaccurate. By the way if you are going to bother to "correct" me, at least have the decensy to copy my name right >.>
it depends on the faith, different faiths believe different things but most who believe in karma don't believe in an afterlife, they believe in reincarnation. karma can effect how you will be reborn, but most believe it effects you now in this life. Zoroastrians [and i think Judaism but don't quote me] believe when you die you must cross a bridge, and depending on how virtuous you live your life the bridge will be bigger or smaller depending. that could be considered karma effecting the afterlife.
personally i've heard of past lives effecting your current life but not ancestors karma effecting the grand child. karma is a universal law that rewards and punishes the person, not an innocent party.