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This book by Karen Hadalski both opened my eyes and gladdened my heart.  If you are only curious about Karma, this book will make you want to learn more.  If you already believed in Karma, her writing will strengthen your belief.  Karen has written a wonderfully enjoyable book that makes you expand your mind and consider a different look into our past, present, and future.  It will enrich your life and strengthen your hopes for not just yourself, but for humankind.

—— Peter Viveiros, Tiverton, R.I.

Karen Hadalski’s newest book is packed with well-researched, well-written information that demystifies the subject and provides perhaps the clearest and most comprehensive description of karma I have ever read.  Enhanced by stories of people both well-known and unknown who have applied the law of karma to their own lives, it is a book that should become required reading on the subject.

—— Joan Reynolds, Lynn, Massachusetts

I read with great interest Karen Hadalski’s book, Karma: How To View it, Use It, and Lose It.  This is the best book on the subject that I have read.  Ms. Hadalski presents her reasons for karma in a persuasive but yet permissive way.  Even if one does not believe in reincarnation, her presentation of the law of cause and effect helps explain why certain events occur and why certain individuals appear in a person’s life.  Her book is a must read for anyone interested in the subject of karma and/or unexplained coincidences.

——Jane Franklin, Ambler, PA.


  1. Lawrence M. Steinhart says

    Love your writing. Your Internet presence is awesome.

  2. Coltin says

    I guess finding useful, reliable information on the internet isn’t hopeless after all.

  3. Sherry Kulakowski says

    This very informative book on the law of karma covers all the basic tenets of this phenomenon. It is a law of the universe and it applys to all of us equally. It doesn’t matter how rich or poor, how kind or cruel, all must abide by this law. to that end, it behooves us to find out as much as we can about it and this book provides that knowledge. It gives a complete overview of the law, examples of how the law works, and information on how to work with this law to our benefit.

    I especially liked Chapter 12, People Who Comprehend Karma. It provides insight into the beliefs of ordinary (and some cases not so ordinary people) and gives the reader information on how this law might reflect in their own lives.

  4. Alex Reichardt says

    Karen Reed Hadalski’s book, “Karma: How to View it, Use it, and Lose it” is a fascinating voyage into self-discovery and imparts a deep understanding of the inexorable laws of Karma and Reincarnation. Like the re-runs of old flicks, records from the past come back to haunt us as opportunities for redemption or once again outpicture past patterns of imperfection in a moment of weakness.

    We found Karen’s book captivating and highly recommend it to others seeking answers to the conundrum of life. Transform seeming injustice and burden to future hope and fulfillment. After reading this book, we can truly say there is no injustice in the Universe!

    Alex & Margaret Reichardt, co-authors of “All for the Love of God” and “On Fire for God.”


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