In astrology, there are certain planets, such as Saturn and Jupiter, that are considered “karma” planets. When these planets enter retrograde, they provide a good opportunity to reflect on the laws of karma and to make sure you are sowing seeds of positivity in your karmic field.
Today Karma has many different meanings and related beliefs, but it’s often easiest to understand by looking at how it’s reflected in the natural world. Karma is our breath, going in, then out, then in, then out again. It’s the ebb and flow of the tides.
You get what you give, and it’s important to pay attention to what you’re putting out into the world. Are you bring goodness out there? Are some days better than others? Is there someone that’s done wrong and hasn’t gotten theirs, yet? Remember, to err is human, to forgive is divine.
Sometimes that means self-forgiveness, so you can work on doing better. We all have something we could improve, and it’s worth the effort. Keep your karmic field sewn with goodwill, and sometimes these karma planets will reward your efforts during particularly beneficial transits.
As your reflections come to an end when these karmic planets go direct, you will be prepared to go back out into the world and bring that good energy to fruition. To help you do so, this article explores the five rules of karma that will allow you to bring good karma into the world wherever you go.