Drawing upon contemporary family relationships as well as family relationships for individuals who received guidance from psychic Edgar Cayce, Family Karma demonstrates that rather than being some kind of debt or punishment, karma is simply the memory individuals possess from past-life relationships, oftentimes with members of their own family. Using actual case histories from spouses, children and parents, siblings, and a variety of family relationships, this fascinating work explores such topics as how past-life memory works, how it effects us in the present (both positively and negatively), how individuals can overcome their personal karmic memory, and how it is possible to turn karma into grace. Reincarnation and karma are the means through which individuals can gain an awareness of themselves, their relationships to all others, and ultimately their relationship to the Creator. With this in mind, Family Karma demonstrates the exacting nature of individual responsibility and it allows for the ever-present hopefulness of personal free will. It also enables each individual to eventually come to the realization that life is a completely lawful experience and that God is truly as fair and as loving as we have always wished for our Creator to be.