Karma Collective

A new practice has started in Kitami, Hokkaido, Japan. It’s a spin-off from Jainism, but with a somewhat more Japanese emphasis on personal cleanliness. We talked to Professor Ethan Wantabe at the Kitami Institute of Technology. “Your soul collects karmic particles. Some are good, some are bad. In our karmic particle cleansing practice, we learn to wipe away the bad ones by tuning our souls to cleansing vibrations. There’s more, but that’s mainly it. We know you already avoid things that suck up bad karmic particles like killing baby birds, stealing candy from babies, or obsessing about babies.” “I’m a professor of Material Science, not religion, so don’t trust what I say. Come to one of our seminars. We are open for all people to learn how to clean behind your ears.”