All About Karma
Many people out there do not have a clear understanding of what Karma really means. Karma is a Sanskrit word which means Law, in itself it means the law of action and consequence. This means, that an action can not exist without its effects nor can effects exist without an action, Better put, every action transform itself into an effect and every effect convert itself into an action. It is the Law of the Scale. This law govern every thing that is being created. It is the Law of Compensation, which means, every thing that is done must be paid for it, for an action without an effect do not exist nor an effect without an action. In the universe nothing is giving for free.
It was granted unto us “free will,” we can do what ever we wish, however, we must answer unto God what ever we do. We are responsible for all of our deeds; any actions in our lives, whether good or evil. This Law governs our previous existences, and each life is the result of a previous one. We must reflect here, we must comprehend how this Law works in order to direct our everyday actions. We must also comprehend that Karma is not a Law of vengeance as we believe many people understand this Law to work. Let us not confuse this cosmic Law with detriment and fatality, believing that what ever happens to us human it is pre-determined beforehand. To the contrary, the Law of Karma is like a medicine for our own good! What is true is that the acts of the humans beings are determined by inheritance, education, and the environment. It is true also that we have free will and we can modify our actions, educate ourselves, form superior habits, to fight against weakness, fertilize virtues, etc.
As it is, Karma is a medicine that it is applied to us for our own good. Disgracefully, instead of bowing with reverence to our own internal living God, we protest, blaspheme, we justify ourselves, and stubbornly excuse ourselves and then like Pilate wash our hands. Karma is not modified with such protests; on the contrary, it becomes harder and more severe.
When we come into this world, we carry our own destiny, some are born on down- filled mattresses and others are born in disgrace. If we murdered in our previous life, now we will be murdered. If we previously hurt someone, now we will be hurt. If we stole, now we will be robbed, and “with the same measurement that we measure others, we will be measured.”
We demand loyalty from our spouse while in our previous life we had been adulterers. We ask for love when in previous life we were pitiless and cruel. We ask for comprehension when we never previously comprehended anyone, when we never learn the point of view of anyone. We long for immense joy when we have been he origin of many disgraces. We would like to have been born in a very beautiful home and with many comforts when in other existences we did not know how to give to our children a good home and beauty.
We protest against our insulter when we were always insulting those that surround us. We want our children to obey us when we never knew how to obey our parents. Slanders bothers us terribly, while we were always slandering others, and the world was filled with pain because of it. Gossiping disgust us, we do not want anyone to murmur against us, meanwhile, we always have been engaged in gossiping and rumors, speaking evil of our neighbors and mortifying the lives of others. In other words, we always demand what we have never given. We have always been saved in other lives, and we deserve the worst, but we suppose that the best be granted to us.
To those who are in misery, we say to them that they should examine their own conduct; that they must judge themselves; that they should seat on the bench of the accused at least for a moment. Thus, after strictly analyzing themselves, they must modify their conduct. If those who are found without a job would become chaste, infinitely charitable, peaceful, and one- hundred percent helpful, they obviously would radically alter the cause of their disgrace, consequently modifying the effect in itself.
To alter an effect is not possible if the previous cause that created it has not been radically modified. As we already said, there it is no effect without a cause, neither a cause without an effect. We must always work without expecting any rewards, always with infinite love towards humanity. Thus we alter those evil causes that originated evil effects.
There is no doubt that misery has its cause in alcoholism, filthy lust, violence, adultery, squandering, avarice. Do you want to be healed? Then heal others. Are your relative in jail? Then exert yourself for the freedom of others. Are you hungry? Then, share your bread with those who are in a worse position than you, etc.
My dear people, reflect here and let change the way we think one sense for all. Karma is negotiable, yes you hear that well. Many great Pseudo- esoteric and pseudo- occultists have become great pessimist in regards to the law of action and consequence. They mistakenly assume that this law unfolds itself in a mechanical, automatic and cruel way. These erudites believe that it is not possible to alter this law. Justice without Mercy is Tyranny. Mercy without Justice is tolerance and complacence with guilt. Karma is negotiable and this might surprise everyone-the henchmen of orthodox schools.
If the Law of action and Consequence, the nemesis of existence is not negotiable, then where would Divine Mercy be? Cruelty within Divinity do not exist. The reality, that which is perfection, that which has diverse names, such as Tao, Aum, INRI, Sein, Allah, Brahma, God, or, better if called Gods, etc., in no way could be without Mercy. It is not cruel, or with tyranny. As a result of this, Karma is negotiable. To modify our own destiny is possible because “when an inferior law is transcended by a superior law, the superior law washes away the inferior law.” By modifying the cause, the effect is modify. “The lion of the Law is fought with the Scale.” If we put good deeds on one plate of the scale, and in the other we put our evil deeds, both plates must weigh the same, or some disequilibrium will exist. If the plate with evil actions weighs more, then we must put good deeds on the plate with the good actions, with the purpose of inclining the scale towards our favor; thus, in this way, we will cancel Karma.
Perform good deeds in order to pay your debts . Remember that payment does not only have to be with pain, but can also be paid with the performing of good deeds. Many people who suffers only remember their bitterness and wish to find a remedy. But, they do not remember the suffering of others; neither do they remotely think of remedying the needs of their neighbors. Their existence in this egotistical state is worthless; so, the only thing that they achieve is the aggravation of their suffering.
If those people would think of others, serve their neighbors, feed the hungry, give a drink to the thirsty, dress the naked, teach those who are ignorant, etc.; then it would be clear, they would be putting good deeds on the plate of the Cosmic Scale. The scale then incline towards their favor. Thus they would alter their destiny, and good luck would come in their favor. In other words all their necessities will be met. But people are very selfish; this is the reason for their suffering. No one remembers God nor their fellowman except when they are in desperation. This is something that the whole world has proven for themselves; thus, this is the state of our humanity.
Now you will comprehend how marvelous it is to perform good deeds There is not doubt that right thought, right feelings, and right actions are the best of negotiations. We must never protest against Karma; what is important is to know how to negotiate. Disgracefully, when people are found in great despair, the only thing that occurs to them is to wash their hands like Pilate, saying that they did not do anything bad, that they are not guilty, that they are just souls, etc., etc., etc.
The chief priest of the Tribunal of Karma is the Master Anubis. The Temple of Anubis, the Supreme Regent of Karma, is in the Molecular World. This world is called the Astral World by many people. Only the terror of love and justice reign in this Tribunal. In this Temple, a book of debits and expenditures exist for each human being in which is written daily, in detail, good and evil actions. The good actions are represented in rare coins that the Masters accumulate on behalf of the men and women that perform these good deeds. Defense lawyers are also found in this Tribunal. Yet, everything must be paid. Nothing is granted as a gift. The one that has good deeds pays and does well in his affairs. The granted credits are paid with unrewarded goods deeds and inspired love towards those that suffer.
The Masters of Karma are conscious judges that live in the Jinn state. We constantly have to perform good deeds in order to have currency to pay our debts of this life and our previous lives. All the actions of the human being are controlled by laws; some laws are superior, others are inferior. All of the superior laws are summarized within love. An action of love cancels past actions that were inspired by inferior laws. This is why upon speaking of love the Master Paul stated :
Love suffereth long, and is kind: love envieth not, love vaunteh not itself, is not puffed up, does not behave
itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, it is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; rejoiceth not in iniquity, but
rejoiceth in the truth; beareth all things, believeth all things, endureth all things. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7
The Masters of Karma use a sacred mask in the form of a jackal head or a plumed wolf when they are officiating as judges. With this mask they present themselves to the initiated in the Internal Worlds. This is the cruelty of the Law of Love.
Disgracefully, the ego that each and everyone of us carries within ourselves does exactly the contrary of what we are trying to achieve. Because of such motives, the reduction of the “myself” to cosmic dust is considered urgent, unpostponable and undelayable. Let us think for a moment of the humanoid multitude that populate the face of the earth. They suffer the unspeakable. They are victims of their own errors. If they did not have this ego they would not have those errors, nor would they suffer the consequences of such errors. The unique thing required in order to have the right to true happiness is, before all, to not have this ego. Certainly, when psyche aggregates, the inhuman elements that makes us so horrible and evil, do not exist within us, then the payment of Karma is non- existent. Thus, the result is happiness .
It is important to know that when we have radically eliminated the ego, the possibility of delinquency remains annihilated. As a consequence, Karma can be forgiving.
The Law of Karma, the Law of the Cosmic Scale is not a blind Law a credit can also be solicited from the Masters of Karma. This is something that many ignore, although it is urgent to know that every credit must be paid with good deeds. If it is not paid in such of way, then the Law collects it with supreme pain. We need to make ourselves conscious of our own Karma. This is only possible through the state of alert novelty. Every effect in life, every event, has its cause in a previous life; but we need to be come cognizant of this.
Every moment of happiness or pain must be continued into meditation with a quiet mind and in profound silence. Then the result is the experience of the same event in a previous life. Therefore, we become conscious of the cause of that event, whether it is pleasant or unpleasant.
The one who awakens Consciousness can travel with his internal bodies out of the physical body with complete conscious will. Thus, one can study his own Book of Destiny in the Temple of Anubis and his forty- two judges.
Karma is paid not only for the evil that is done, but also for the good that could be done, yet is left undone.
Each evil action is a bill of exchange that we sign in order to pay in the next life.
When an inferior law is transcended by a superior law, the superior law washes away the inferior law.
Let no one cheat himself. Whatever a human being sows he will later reap, and his actions will follow him. Galatians 6:7.
The Lords of Karma in the Tribunals of objective Justice judge souls for their deeds, for concrete, clear and definitive facts, and never for their good intentions.
Results always speak for themselves. Good intentions are worthless if the facts are disastrous.
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~Samuel Aun Weor