TRANSFORMATION OF KARMIC PATTERNS
The Purification of Individual Limiting Influences
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
The Transformation of Karmic Patterns, Volume One, exposes the origin and structure of karmic patterns, that is, of all possible individual limiting influences.
Karmic patterns are mental contents that burden us with undesirable bodily states, emotions, or thoughts. They consist of psycho-energetic information stored in our conscious, subconscious, and superconscious minds, resembling a broken record that repeats itself continuously and persistently. If we are burdened by an unsolved unconscious pattern, instead of realizing our life goals, we go around in circles and waste huge quantities of energy in keeping this model alive.
Many people are aware of their limitations and would like to break out but can’t because they don’t know how. It is possible to be highly motivated to solve a problem but not to have the proper technical means for it and, therefore, to remain within the limits of the problem. For this reason, it is necessary to obtain the knowledge that allows the correct detection of the causes of the problem and its efficient dissolution.
This book provides such technology. It offers previously unknown intervention methods and demystifies many elements of personal development which were until recently in the dark. The systems exposed here are meant for the strong-willed – their application is simple and direct, focused on facing the causes of the problem. For those who are willing to change, this is a system that facilitates change significantly.
The main theme of the book is the structure of individual limiting influences in human lives, their symptoms, causes, and source, and how to dissolve them thoroughly by including all the relevant elements. It deals with many different aspects of karmic patterns: their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual symptoms; the traumatic experience as their original cause; and different psychological and spiritual consequences of a trauma, such as the inharmonious relationships and disturbed family dynamics or the connections with the lower astral realms. It redefines the basic healing paradigm and states that we need to heal our relationships and not only specific physical or mental illnesses. It also provides the main clues on how to successfully create our individual reality. It exposes the true structure of Creation and unchangeable natural principles.
There is such a thing as the “unified theory and practice” of karmic therapy or alternative psychotherapy, so you need not look any further. It is about time that we have at our disposal an efficient system for dealing with personal problems so that we can finally continue with our lives and start realizing ourselves creatively. There are no mysteries anymore – the source of happiness is known, as well as the source of true satisfaction, inner peace, or fulfillment. The knowledge presented in the book enables readers to harmonize themselves with natural principles and finally start realizing their life mission.
BODY, MIND & SPIRIT
Transformation of Karmic Patterns, Volume I: The Purification of Individual Limiting Influences
Mystical Theatre Association
Five Stars ★★★★★ (out of Five)
Straightforward and approachable, this book debunks the myth of instant karma in Western popular culture. Many Westerners tend to either dismiss karma out-of-hand or use it casually to lend the weight of the ages to simplistic truisms such as “what goes around, comes around.” In Transformation of Karmic Patterns, Tomislav Budak examines karma as a means of explaining how individual and family dynamics and patterns of behavior shape the quality of existence.
Karma is often misperceived as a nebulous, uncontrollable system in which actions are linked to later rewards or punishments, transcending individuals, groups, and even lifespans. Yet Budak sees more concrete patterns—with ample opportunities for alteration, if the way the karmic system works is understood. This book functions as a guide to harness or alter already established karmic patterns in order to make life as pleasant, and worthwhile, as possible.
Chapter by chapter, Budak sets forth in a straightforward manner how to understand the karmic patterns that shape a person’s current state of being. In doing so, he compellingly addresses those who are skeptical of any mention of karmic forces, while also providing sufficient original insights for those already conversant with the theme. He then maps out paths for karmic self-development and growth that transcend this current state. He successfully clarifies these concepts by firmly anchoring the whole process within the discipline of psychotherapy.
Budak’s writing is detailed and lengthy, yet easy to follow. Those familiar with the major strands of psychotherapy will be reassured (and impressed) by how skillfully he connects and integrates the ideas of Jung and Freud with more ancient concepts of enlightenment.
The author feels that karma has been all too often presented in a manner that is counterintuitive to the Western mind—eschewing the linear conventions of post-Enlightenment narrative in favor of circular digressive patterns like meditative constant rereading, learning by lengthy absorption, and gradually incremental awareness. He contends that this approach has obscured a great deal of useful knowledge, or placed it within the reach solely of those with a great deal of time to immerse themselves in Eastern traditions of spirituality. Budak imparts many harsh words about the elitist condescension of contemporary New Age movements, seeing in them a spiritual velvet rope that seeks to exclude those who haven’t “put in the time” or are perhaps not “ready for the truth.”
Above all, Budak reiterates that karmic philosophy does not require a divestment of Western thought patterns. He successfully links ancient Eastern concepts to terms, constructs, and results that will appeal to and benefit the modern Western reader. His central goal is an inherently noble one—to unlock karmic philosophy so that readers of any nationality, spiritual belief system, or level of previous knowledge can gain practical insights from this time-honored approach to dealing with love, suffering, and the realization of our destiny.
Budak clearly illustrates these core concepts. His section on how early family dynamics influence later life is particularly illuminating. At the end of each chapter he recaps the key points in clear bullet points—an especially useful feature. Overall, the reading experience is refreshingly approachable. Readers may find much to gain from this encompassing yet accessible volume.