2009/08/27 – Does Karma Exist?

Does Karma Exist?
Darryl Thomas & Andrea Rossouw
“KARMA” is a universal notion of divine justice or retribution found in all religions in one form or another and widely understood as a principle of cause and effect. This notion invariably states that the actions committed by Human Beings in their lives will have direct consequences that will determine their fates in future existences. This is supposedly done in order to provide a means for transcending the physical world, but in reality, those who ascribe to the Law of Karma largely remain within the moral bounds of a particular society and help keep it stable.
In ancient times, the word ‘Karma’ had magical and ritualistic connotations which suggested sacrifice, or a ritual act. Its current definitions contain such notions as action, effect and fate. Karma is directly linked to machinations of the endless cycles of reincarnation. Both Buddhist and Hindu religious systems teach that Karma is the condition that human beings find themselves is always the result of the actions taken in a previous life.
There are different schools in Hinduism that teach slightly different versions of Karma, but in the main, the Hindus consider Karma as a law, a self-correcting cosmic apparatus working to the end result of purifying all desire and thus liberate the soul. Karma strongly implies Free Will, as it is the Will of the being that determines their Karmic condition.
The Law of Karma cleverly justifies the creation and continuation of the Caste Division social arrangement found in Hindu cultures. The lower caste people are persuaded to perform admirably within their caste so they can be rewarded with being promoted to the higher caste in their next life. Karma is thus used to explain and justify inequality in the world and by extension, Karma also neatly explains the Problem of Evil.
“All living beings have actions (Karma) as their own, their inheritance, their congenital cause, their kinsman, their refuge,” Buddha is reported to have said. “It is Karma that differentiates beings into low and high states.”
To the Buddhist, Karma is a law unto itself, acting blindly and perfectly giving each being its due. Nowhere is it said how Karma Law came into being. Ignorance is the chief cause of Karma, since it involves Acts of Will.
In terms of the Christian Religion, it can be said the Jesus took on the karma of the entire Human Race with his death on the cross. In other cultures, the “Golden Ruleî (do unto others as you would have been done unto you) exists in some version or another.
Neopaganism & Wicca term karma as Luck or as “what goes around comes around,” or what a being does will come back to them. This acts as a deterrent to ‘naughty behavior. ‘Positive and negative energy (Love and Fear, for example) are the determinants. New Agers are often quick to justify suffering in the world as the “choice” of a being that must be “honored,” which closely mirrors the Hindu notion of people always get what they deserve. Morality is deeply implied when ‘choices’ are made. The New Age Movement considers the universe and this world to be creations of the mind, so we create our reality according to the moral and immoral thoughts and actions we choose to undertake.
Now that we’ve had a quick look at the concept of Karma, what can we say about its function in real world? Has Karma been an active force in the world? Can Karma be detected in the sweep of history? Does Karma even exist?
The proponents of Law of Karma claim that it works towards the purification of human beings through a process of doling out consequences that match a being’s actions to their experiences. This should result in a world that is obviously evolving towards perfection, towards equality, towards balance as the Karmic ties are burned in the purification of corrective experiences. But it is more than obvious that the world is in worse shape than ever, thanks to the one thing that has proven its trajectory of evolution; that of mind-manifested technology, which indicates that Karma does not work as advertised. Inequality is increasing as the rich take all that is left while the more of the poor go without. The Law of Karma, as it is currently understood, offers no direct insight into the actual mechanics of how world systems operate for the good of all.
Two more points to consider: the soul construct and the Akashic Records. The interdimensional investigation into the soul construct and the Akashic Records by Desteni found that memories of a being’s life were contained within the soul construct and deposited and stored in the Akashic Records. The being’s previous life lessons could not be accessed in the being’s next life since the memories were erased or the being was given a new soul. Many of us have lived the same life over and over for millennia, without learning a goddamn thing about ourselves and are ‘apparent lessons’ or our past lives. Where is the human being’s evolution of equality and oneness? It doesn’t exist because we forgot everything we did between lives when or memories were wiped by the White Light.
Thus, the dimensional existence which existed as “Heaven” was able to maintain control and guarantee that the beings on earth would continue to supply Heaven with energy siphoned off from human desire and suffering.
Karma was created as a design where the suffering that should have gone to the elite for their abuse was instead spread out among the experiences of other beings, life after life after life. The Elite escaped their karmic debts that were paid by the people who continuously suffered in the Lower Castes of the worlds societies, life after life, their suffering all that they existed as.
The reason for this ‘spreading of Karmic debt’ was so that people continued to participate in the world systems without questioning the rich, the money system or the elite.
A sense of defeatism and ultimately ‘giving into the system’ happens because nobody is able to show that ‘The Elite’ or troublemakers within society ‘get what is coming to them.’
Therefore a mindset develops where people become equally dependent in and trusting of the same systems that support the Elite without any apparent consequence.
Instead of seeing Karma as consequence of what the rich and poor allow as the current design of economic systems, where the foundation is that of abuse, we accept that it is irrelevant what you do because you are either.
(1) already living out past Karmic debt, so sit back and deal with it, or
(2) karma does not work/exist for this life time at least for the ones who are ‘living the life’ at the expense of others.
The common sense points that are missed with regards to Karma
* Karma stands as enslavement to something we donít even remember doing.
* We abdicate self responsibility this life time (whether future Karmic complications exist or not) solely because we give into an idea based on knowledge from books that apparently some grand scheme is playing out and we are just the Cosmic Bystanders experiencing it. The Law of Karma is simply hearsay, where we blindly believe what we read in books because we want to believe in a mystical, spiritual life where one day, something will reward us for apparently being ‘good people’.
* How are we ‘good people’ if we stand around allowing abuse of each other to support the world systems that support the Elite, apparently the beneficiaries of ‘good Karma,’ which we have not seen for ourselves, but rather see within what we would like to experience for ourselves.
* That each person might as well ‘strive to live a better life.’ This in itself indicates that most humans who die attempting to be religious and good are the same ones coming back again in middle to poorer class lives. Common sense – the ratio of elite to poor is not equal, but nobody who adheres to the Karma doctrines seem to get that. Speak to any person on the street and they will either explain to you that there s a god, deity, karmic system or personalized spiritual Ideal that they live – all this indicating that people believe in some ‘reward/punishment system’ after death. If you look at the level of abuse and poverty, the awful reality of living within the jaws of a nightmare does not correlate to the general mind set of human beings that are able to purchase their survival. Thus within our research, we have focused on the designs of self within the larger world systems right down to each person’s role within the bigger system design – thus showing that Karma Is just another system design to keep humans hoping, fearing, believing, desiring – without actual self movement within self responsibility for what we have all accepted this world to be.
* Common sense: we suggest stop finding excuses for why we should accept things the way they are – because what we accept and tacitly agree to is directly playing out in our world. We are able to see using common sense when we look at the human mind consciousness systems and how they ‘play out in the world.’
* Karma as the definition of itself misses the point of self honesty, because it gives a reason for people acting as they do.
* Karma misses the point of self trust because it says: your life is a cosmic design based in a lesson, so why trust yourself to be self honest as self correction.
* Karma misses the point of self-forgiveness because it says that you might forgive yourself now but if you donít stick to the laws of religious belief, which in itself separates the being from self-directive/trusting/forgiving/honesty: then you will again come back in the next life to be punished by a Karmic law and not your own law of self realization.[1]
* Karma misses the point of self-responsibility because your life is a design managed within world systems, therefore to be responsible in ones words and actions is to ‘dishonor’ the world systems/structures/designs. This is clearly seen in the words of ‘spiritual’ people who react in shock when somebody declares that they stop participating in the designs that are here because they create enslavement to the world systems that support the elite.
*Common sense: Karma works solely from a point of hearsay because nobody has actually witnessed the process of Karmic debt ‘attaching itself to somebody’ –  or the process of being sent in your next life time into a body best suited for you to face your ‘lesson.’ We would much rather imagine or deal with knowledge from books that support what we believe is true rather than the actuality of what we do witness (I witness) here – and how through our individual abdication of self responsibility, self forgiveness, self honesty, self direction – give our power away to the system we designed to serve a few while billions suffer, hoping that by believing in some ‘Karmic’ Idea, the mess will sort itself out or we will one day experience what It is like on the other end of the human experience and be born into many riches!
Karma as the experience of one and equal, here
Since the Akashic Records has been deleted along with the White Light a few years ago, Karma is now being enforced and operating as it should have.
So now when people die, they will experience what they left behind.
All will be given the opportunity in one life to prove to existence that they are worthy of life.
The Golden Rule that Jesus tried to convey 2000 years ago applies absolutely: do to others as you would want to be done to you.
Self forgiveness is the tool to stop all karma practically, to take responsibility for the cycles we have participated in for many a year and thus realize through self honesty that if we do not stop the action reaction, the cycle continues. If we do not stop the blame, the cycle continues.
Does Karma Exist?
Darryl Thomas & Andrea Rossouw
“KARMA” is a universal notion of divine justice or retribution found in all religions in one form or another and widely understood as a principle of cause and effect. This notion invariably states that the actions committed by Human Beings in their lives will have direct consequences that will determine their fates in future existences. This is supposedly done in order to provide a means for transcending the physical world, but in reality, those who ascribe to the Law of Karma largely remain within the moral bounds of a particular society and help keep it stable.
In ancient times, the word ‘Karma’ had magical and ritualistic connotations which suggested sacrifice, or a ritual act. Its current definitions contain such notions as action, effect and fate. Karma is directly linked to machinations of the endless cycles of reincarnation. Both Buddhist and Hindu religious systems teach that Karma is the condition that human beings find themselves is always the result of the actions taken in a previous life.
There are different schools in Hinduism that teach slightly different versions of Karma, but in the main, the Hindus consider Karma as a law, a self-correcting cosmic apparatus working to the end result of purifying all desire and thus liberate the soul. Karma strongly implies Free Will, as it is the Will of the being that determines their Karmic condition.
The Law of Karma cleverly justifies the creation and continuation of the Caste Division social arrangement found in Hindu cultures. The lower caste people are persuaded to perform admirably within their caste so they can be rewarded with being promoted to the higher caste in their next life. Karma is thus used to explain and justify inequality in the world and by extension, Karma also neatly explains the Problem of Evil.
“All living beings have actions (Karma) as their own, their inheritance, their congenital cause, their kinsman, their refuge,” Buddha is reported to have said. “It is Karma that differentiates beings into low and high states.”
To the Buddhist, Karma is a law unto itself, acting blindly and perfectly giving each being its due. Nowhere is it said how Karma Law came into being. Ignorance is the chief cause of Karma, since it involves Acts of Will.
In terms of the Christian Religion, it can be said the Jesus took on the karma of the entire Human Race with his death on the cross. In other cultures, the “Golden Ruleî (do unto others as you would have been done unto you) exists in some version or another.
Neopaganism & Wicca term karma as Luck or as “what goes around comes around,” or what a being does will come back to them. This acts as a deterrent to ‘naughty behavior. ‘Positive and negative energy (Love and Fear, for example) are the determinants. New Agers are often quick to justify suffering in the world as the “choice” of a being that must be “honored,” which closely mirrors the Hindu notion of people always get what they deserve. Morality is deeply implied when ‘choices’ are made. The New Age Movement considers the universe and this world to be creations of the mind, so we create our reality according to the moral and immoral thoughts and actions we choose to undertake.
Now that we’ve had a quick look at the concept of Karma, what can we say about its function in real world? Has Karma been an active force in the world? Can Karma be detected in the sweep of history? Does Karma even exist?
The proponents of Law of Karma claim that it works towards the purification of human beings through a process of doling out consequences that match a being’s actions to their experiences. This should result in a world that is obviously evolving towards perfection, towards equality, towards balance as the Karmic ties are burned in the purification of corrective experiences. But it is more than obvious that the world is in worse shape than ever, thanks to the one thing that has proven its trajectory of evolution; that of mind-manifested technology, which indicates that Karma does not work as advertised. Inequality is increasing as the rich take all that is left while the more of the poor go without. The Law of Karma, as it is currently understood, offers no direct insight into the actual mechanics of how world systems operate for the good of all.
Two more points to consider: the soul construct and the Akashic Records. The interdimensional investigation into the soul construct and the Akashic Records by Desteni found that memories of a being’s life were contained within the soul construct and deposited and stored in the Akashic Records. The being’s previous life lessons could not be accessed in the being’s next life since the memories were erased or the being was given a new soul. Many of us have lived the same life over and over for millennia, without learning a goddamn thing about ourselves and are ‘apparent lessons’ or our past lives. Where is the human being’s evolution of equality and oneness? It doesn’t exist because we forgot everything we did between lives when or memories were wiped by the White Light.
Thus, the dimensional existence which existed as “Heaven” was able to maintain control and guarantee that the beings on earth would continue to supply Heaven with energy siphoned off from human desire and suffering.
Karma was created as a design where the suffering that should have gone to the elite for their abuse was instead spread out among the experiences of other beings, life after life after life. The Elite escaped their karmic debts that were paid by the people who continuously suffered in the Lower Castes of the worlds societies, life after life, their suffering all that they existed as.
The reason for this ‘spreading of Karmic debt’ was so that people continued to participate in the world systems without questioning the rich, the money system or the elite.
A sense of defeatism and ultimately ‘giving into the system’ happens because nobody is able to show that ‘The Elite’ or troublemakers within society ‘get what is coming to them.’
Therefore a mindset develops where people become equally dependent in and trusting of the same systems that support the Elite without any apparent consequence.
Instead of seeing Karma as consequence of what the rich and poor allow as the current design of economic systems, where the foundation is that of abuse, we accept that it is irrelevant what you do because you are either.
(1) already living out past Karmic debt, so sit back and deal with it, or
(2) karma does not work/exist for this life time at least for the ones who are ‘living the life’ at the expense of others.
The common sense points that are missed with regards to Karma
* Karma stands as enslavement to something we donít even remember doing.
* We abdicate self responsibility this life time (whether future Karmic complications exist or not) solely because we give into an idea based on knowledge from books that apparently some grand scheme is playing out and we are just the Cosmic Bystanders experiencing it. The Law of Karma is simply hearsay, where we blindly believe what we read in books because we want to believe in a mystical, spiritual life where one day, something will reward us for apparently being ‘good people’.
* How are we ‘good people’ if we stand around allowing abuse of each other to support the world systems that support the Elite, apparently the beneficiaries of ‘good Karma,’ which we have not seen for ourselves, but rather see within what we would like to experience for ourselves.
* That each person might as well ‘strive to live a better life.’ This in itself indicates that most humans who die attempting to be religious and good are the same ones coming back again in middle to poorer class lives. Common sense – the ratio of elite to poor is not equal, but nobody who adheres to the Karma doctrines seem to get that. Speak to any person on the street and they will either explain to you that there s a god, deity, karmic system or personalized spiritual Ideal that they live – all this indicating that people believe in some ‘reward/punishment system’ after death. If you look at the level of abuse and poverty, the awful reality of living within the jaws of a nightmare does not correlate to the general mind set of human beings that are able to purchase their survival. Thus within our research, we have focused on the designs of self within the larger world systems right down to each person’s role within the bigger system design – thus showing that Karma Is just another system design to keep humans hoping, fearing, believing, desiring – without actual self movement within self responsibility for what we have all accepted this world to be.
* Common sense: we suggest stop finding excuses for why we should accept things the way they are – because what we accept and tacitly agree to is directly playing out in our world. We are able to see using common sense when we look at the human mind consciousness systems and how they ‘play out in the world.’
* Karma as the definition of itself misses the point of self honesty, because it gives a reason for people acting as they do.
* Karma misses the point of self trust because it says: your life is a cosmic design based in a lesson, so why trust yourself to be self honest as self correction.
* Karma misses the point of self-forgiveness because it says that you might forgive yourself now but if you donít stick to the laws of religious belief, which in itself separates the being from self-directive/trusting/forgiving/honesty: then you will again come back in the next life to be punished by a Karmic law and not your own law of self realization.[1]
* Karma misses the point of self-responsibility because your life is a design managed within world systems, therefore to be responsible in ones words and actions is to ‘dishonor’ the world systems/structures/designs. This is clearly seen in the words of ‘spiritual’ people who react in shock when somebody declares that they stop participating in the designs that are here because they create enslavement to the world systems that support the elite.
*Common sense: Karma works solely from a point of hearsay because nobody has actually witnessed the process of Karmic debt ‘attaching itself to somebody’ –  or the process of being sent in your next life time into a body best suited for you to face your ‘lesson.’ We would much rather imagine or deal with knowledge from books that support what we believe is true rather than the actuality of what we do witness (I witness) here – and how through our individual abdication of self responsibility, self forgiveness, self honesty, self direction – give our power away to the system we designed to serve a few while billions suffer, hoping that by believing in some ‘Karmic’ Idea, the mess will sort itself out or we will one day experience what It is like on the other end of the human experience and be born into many riches!
Karma as the experience of one and equal, here
Since the Akashic Records has been deleted along with the White Light a few years ago, Karma is now being enforced and operating as it should have.
So now when people die, they will experience what they left behind.
All will be given the opportunity in one life to prove to existence that they are worthy of life.
The Golden Rule that Jesus tried to convey 2000 years ago applies absolutely: do to others as you would want to be done to you.
Self forgiveness is the tool to stop all karma practically, to take responsibility for the cycles we have participated in for many a year and thus realize through self honesty that if we do not stop the action reaction, the cycle continues. If we do not stop the blame, the cycle continues.
Advertisements

3 thoughts on “2009/08/27 – Does Karma Exist?

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s