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Vasanas are the aggregation of a group of karmas that have similar characteristics. They lead to strong habit patterns and cravings in the life. They create a predisposition to act in a certain way - like ruts in a road, forcing the car to travel in path that is difficult to break away from. If all vasanas were eliminated from your life, there would be nothing to cause reincarnation and you would be free of the cycle of birth and death.

There is little point in spending time analyzing how vasanas are created. They arise from mistakes in action which generates karma. Everyone is doing the best they can, yet no one can stop generating vasanas and karma while living out of Brahman Consciousness.

The best use of time is to eliminate the cause of vasanas and karma - eliminiate action that is not in accord with Natural Law, and this is only possible in Brahman Consciousness. To reach Brahman Consciousness we must eliminate vasana and the underlying karma by appealing to the Âtman for help. The Âtman can arrange for the transmutation of all karma in a very short period of time through the practice of the S'rî Chakra Maha-Videha Programme.

The awareness of a particular karma or vasana is the first step. The next step is to offer that awareness to the Âtman for transmutation. The conscious level of that karma is transmuted and another layer comes to the fore. Like this, layer after layer is transmuted until all that remains is a crystal-clear ahamkara (ego) - the leshya-avidya.

When a layer of karma is transmuted there is a corresponding change in the five koshas. The changes in the physical body (anamaya kosha) take the longest. This means that the process of transmuting karma is governed by the time it takes for the physical body to integrate the changes brought about by the transmutation.

The physical body contains a point reference for every karma and vasana in the DNA. The transmutation process literally changes the DNA, from the source of the DNA in the vijñâmaya kosha to its physical manifestation in the human body.