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what do you mean by «Karma?»

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:15 am
by Studentem
Unless I am misunderstanding, you seem to speak of karma as some sort of accounting system where people pay for past "sins" or actions. This is not how I understand the ancient sanksrit writing to mean karma. The example in the Bhagavad Gita shows Vishnu advising a kshatriya to take part in war (dharma) and not to become "attached" to results (this attachment seems to be the "karma").

Re: what do you mean by «Karma?»

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:59 pm
by The NewEarth Lady
"you seem to speak of karma as some sort of accounting system where people pay for past "sins" or actions" - yes, that would be an aspect of it, just a part of it. it also acounts for the good stuff. and keeps the seeds from which future events will happen to us, "by chance"..
in general i would define it as the sum total of all our Thought-Forms... which are the lego pieces from which our 3d reality unfolds ... "by chance" (they say). nothing happens by chance.

Re: what do you mean by «Karma?»

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:59 pm
by The NewEarth Lady
The attachment which Krishna mentions is a method for manupulating / managing those lego pieces (and one lego piece itself too...).