Karma: How To View It, Use It, and Lose It (Millenial Mind Publishing), by Karen Reed Hadalski, is Released on February 2, 2012

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Karma is a natural law-- the law of cause and effect--and is constantly at work in the world and in your life, whether you know it or "believe" in it or not.

Karma: How To View It, Use It, and Lose It inspires readers to understand their life circumstances through the prism of being "at cause" and responsible for their lives. It details a method for discovering what lessons, attitudes, and skills need to be addressed in order to make spiritual progress and resolve karmic debts.

Examples of work being done in the fields of: past life regression, hypnosis, and therapy; spontaneous past life recall by children; and near death experiences are provided, as well as profiles of twenty people who have successfully incorporated this law--along with a clear comprehension of the theory of reincarnation--into their lives and work.

What others are already saying:

"There is no greater gift to all beings, both now and in the future, than actively helping those in need. If reading this book makes anyone a kinder person in this life, karma or no, it has done a great service."
-------Ingrid E. Newkirk, President and Co-Founder of P.E.T.A.

"Ignorance is the refusal to accept facts. Those who refuse to accept the overwhelming evidence of reincarnation, as noted in the works of the researchers referenced in this book, are doomed to make the same mistakes over and over, life after life..."
-------C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D. Eminent physician, author, and founder of the American Holistic Medical Association

"...Karma is a subject so vast that it presents questions to each of us that will have to be addressed individually. The only way to truly learn anything is to discover the truth for ourselves. But, I assure you: Armed with the insights, information, and thought-provoking points of view packed into this book, the battle is half won."
-------Lawrence Steinhart, Author: Edgar Cayce's Story of Beauty Through Health and The Crucial Questions.

"...This world needs more souls who passionately and persistently search for truth and beauty, like Ms. Hadalski..."
-------Len Lear, Editor, The Chestnut Hill Local, Philadelphia, Pa.

"(Hadalski) persuasively insists that we are all connected, not only human-to-human, but also human-to-animal and human-to-environment. Readers will find a need and desire to create balance in their lives; they will understand that their actions affect not only the life they now live, but also those they will come to live. With this common purpose and understanding, singular actions of the individual take on greater meaning and lead to the betterment of all."
-------Cindy Thibault, Owner and Editor, Pet Tails Magazine

"Spooky?" NO! Interesting? YES, but you need to have and keep an open mind. This book is an eye-opener--a road map to take you to the next level of awareness.... We enjoyed the easy read and would recommend this book to our readers. On a scale of 1 to 10, this is a 10!"
-------Peter Cousin, Insite Publishing, Editor-in-Chief, Village News

Karma: How to View It, Use It, and Lose It is available to booksellers through Baker and Taylor (returnable) and to individual consumers through Amazon.com, pdbookstore.com, Barnes&Noble.com and select bookstores.

Karen Reed Hadalski is the author of the award winning novella: Enduring Destiny; the children's book: Make Your Dreams Come True; and articles published in various magazines, journals, and papers. She holds a B.A. degree (Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa) form Temple University and a Master of Arts degree in English and American Language and Letters from Boston College. She also did post-Master studies in the Ph.D. program at Boston University. Karen currently lives in Virginia Beach with her husband, John, and their four pets.


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