What is Karma
Karma is not a punishment for some sins. Karma is the mechanism of cause and effect - any action produces consequences. There is a reason for any situation. Karma can be negative, neutral and positive. Each of our actions is karmic because every action has consequences. They can be positive, neutral or negative. For example, a positive karmic effect is usually when a person decides to develop, to learn to develop. Negative, for example, when a person has drowned in one of his past lives and has given him a strong shock. The karmic effect can be that one is afraid of water in the next life. Once again, I would like to emphasize that karma is not a punishment for some sins from past lives. Usually people have a question, what happens to those bad people who have killed someone but have not been punished? Do they then go unpunished? There is no hell, no paradise, no higher punishment mechanism. But such people do not go unpunished. In the astral world, there is no physical matter that restricts the movement and communication of souls. As such, it is not easy for such people in the astral world, for those who have been harmed by it will do their utmost to make their life in the astral world as uncomfortable as possible. This is also karma. Very often these people are forced to reincarnate in the physical world as quickly as possible to escape such intolerable circumstances. And this usually happens without much consideration of the circumstances under which he is born - he reincarnates in the first body that happens to be. However, such an escape from his ills is only a temporary escape - sooner or later he will return to the astral world.