The cause of all fortunes and misfortunes that one has in the present can be traced not just to past deeds but even to past lives. When a human is born he brings with him traits or Sanskars from previous lives, and added to the traits of his parents, these play a vital role in moulding his personality. No wonder a human so often feels helpless when it comes to giving a certain desired direction to his life.
With the karmas of past lives steering the course of events in the present life most of his wishes are frustrated – he is not able to get the right environment, he is not able to form deep bonds with those for whom he cares and he is not able to live life as he wishes to. As frustration slowly sets in he gives up all fight against these odds and takes to doing nothing much except bitterly cursing his fate.
Hopelessness follows failure in the case of most humans, yet this state is even more deplorable then losing the game every time, for no sooner does one give up the fight one is reduced to a virtual vegetable.
If only man today had the necessary clairvoyance it would become clear to him that the root cause of his misfortunes lies not in his present life or even his upbringing. If he had the power to look into past lives he would have been illuminated as to why his best friend suddenly turned into a bitter enemy, why his own wife was totally uncooperative or why his son was so recalcitrant.
To a common man these might be the outcome of some flaw in one’s personality, yet a Sadhak’s gaze which can peer deeper and well into previous births would easily pinpoint the real cause. You had ditched a close friend in a past incarnation and now he’s back to settle score. You were unfaithful to your wife and she’s back as a callous spouse in this life to level the score. Your son in a past life was a neighbour whom you owed a large sum, and now in this life he’s your son, completely out of your control and preying on your wealth by being outrageously extravagent.
A very famous law of Physics states – For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. This in fact is a universal law and past Karmic debts – both good and bad – are passed on from one birth to the next till they are fully cleared. That’s why you can feel fate being against you one moment and smiling the next.
But most of this Karmic play remains at the subconscious level and hence one remains blissfully ignorant of it. A Sadhak however strives to know about all his pending debts especially the bad ones and tries to repay them so that his future life could be free of tensions, worries and troubles. To be able to do so however one has to gain the paranormal ability to look back into time, a capability which can flower only through the means of a special method. And once this faculty is activated all events related to one’s past births start to drift past one’s eyes in splendid montage. Thus one can plan one’s future keeping in mind the almost unchangeable course of one’s life determined by one’s past karmas.
Another interesting aspect of looking into past lives can be identifying what roles the relations in one’s present life had to play in the previous births. One can also know beforehand which new acquaintances one is going to make in the future and having established the past links with them once can relate accordingly with them. Thus once could be able to form deeper ties with friends and relatives and even win over one’s adversaries. There have been many cases when Sadhaks gained a lot by relating to relatives of past lives.
Following is a remarkable Sadhana to establish this subtle link, which never fails if tried sincerely and correctly. On any Thursday at night have a bath and get into clean clothes. Sit on a yellow mat facing North. On a wooden seat covered with a yellow cloth place a copperplate. In it place the Kundalini Yantra and worship it by offering vermilion, rice grains and flowers on it. Next light a ghee lamp and fixing your gaze on the flame chant 21 rounds of the following Mantra with a Manas Siddhi rosary.
Do this daily till the next Thursday. If one’s gaze on the flame is intent and Mantra chanting continuous, within first two or three days one is able to have a vision of one’s past life. Use the information obtained thus with care and certainly not to harm anyone’s interests. Wrong use shall definitely lead to waning of this power.
On completion of Sadhana next morning go and throw the Yantra in a river or pond. The rosary must be put around one’s neck.