This is one of the most interesting and disturbing dilemmas I have had to face. All my esoteric training I was lead to believe that karma and reincarnation are the cornerstone of our cosmic laws and they are immutable in their impact and severity. Now, after studying further and getting a little deeper into the mysteries I am questioning the universal and ultimate state of these truths. First, I was also taught, from the start the esoteric truth is that our beliefs and ideas guide the ultimate, subjective reality we'd face. So if, any and all truth are just the subjective realities of our illusion then, time and space are only the subjective illusion, we collectively fabricated in the material realm. No matter how one thinks, the collective mind, humanities' group consciousness will ultimately influence his perception. In the higher realms, time and space does not exist, we know this from empirical evidence of those who have visited these realms and reported the strangeness of their experience. In infinity, there is no time and space. Hence, reincarnation is the illusion, that in tandem with the illusion of death, had been placed into our thinking to emphasize the sequential nature of our mundane existence. Also karma, as the Law of cause and effect is also an illusion. These illusions are all too real, but ultimately they have little impact on how things really are. It is all in your head, as the saying goes. The good news is death is also an illusion and your spirit is an immortal, everlasting light that naturally lacks imperfection and flaws.So fear based morality is not needed, it is OK to accept and try to adhere to this(karma) but negative, limiting thoughts based on karma are to be eliminated. From the perspective of magic - it is all an illusion, hence anything is possible.