Karma in this sense is like responsibility - we are responsible for our actions and reactions, and the effects that result. If the effects are bad we feel bad; therefore karma is self-imposed, through inner-knowing. The undoing of karma is achieved by taking responsibility for those effects, and learning from what happened. The karma is clear when the space is filled with loving compassion, both for others effected and oneself.
This is also the test - whether we are unburdening our Karma or increasing it.
Karma, not such a threatening thing after all, instead an opportunity. We are one humanity on this planet. Indeed, all life is interconnected and interdependent. All share in the Universal bond of love. Be a part of it. Spread the word. Share the love.
You are free to choose but you are not free from the consequences of your choice. You are responsible for behaving in an ethical way that does not harm the freedoms and rights of others. You are also responsible for fulfilling your agreements and obligations - for this reason it is important to make these consciously so that you’re happy to do your part.
Karma, in the popular view, is often perceived as the bogey man of Eastern philosophy, as the stick that punishes you for doing the wrong thing. In reality it is much simpler than that, and it carries no judgmental overtone at all. Continues...
Karma influences our current life in two ways. First, we carry karma as part of our life conditions, though not all of our conditions are karmic in origin. Karma is the part of our conditions that represents unfinished business and other residues from the past. Second, we create future karma continually with every thought and action. Continues...
Many teach that, if you abused your wealth in one lifetime, you will be poor in this one, or if you murdered in your last lifetime, you will suffer in this one. This is only true if you don't change your mind! It is not the deed that draws karma to you; it is the belief that led to the deed, and the thought behind the deed. Continues...
PODCAST by Peter Shepherd ~ Karma and Ideals
In this podcast I discuss Karma, an Indian word but actually a universal principle that most religions and philosophies address. It is simply living with the consequences of our actions, and hopefully learning and moving forward as a consequence. And in the context of our Karma, as we live our life, each of us develop ideals: what we stand for. So let's look further at these two concepts: Karma and Ideals.
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