” is a term that comes from the ancient Sanskrit language, and means that for every action there is a reaction, and there are always consequences for the actions you choose.¹ While it is not a new concept, many of the younger generations of the 21st century believe in it.²
How does karma work?
Karma is like a personal boomerang; whatever we send out returns to us, for better or for worse. And that includes choosing to end a developing human life by abortion.³
Even though you may have accidentally become pregnant and have no desire to have or take care of the baby, it’s important to understand that you do have the responsibility to allow that soul to have a new life.
When a developing baby is aborted, the soul is denied their opportunity to get back to earth at the right time and be in the right place. This is devastating— not only to the soul, but to families and communities, even to the planet. The families that the soul belongs to are now incomplete. There are missing links in the chain of life.⁴
If you are pregnant and do not want to be, the greatest gift you can give the soul of the baby inside you is the opportunity for life. There is a responsible alternative to not keeping and raising the baby, yourself: adoption. You may only be responsible for giving the soul a physical body and finding adoptive parents who need to nurture, love, and raise the child.