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Karmic Theory - Practical Meditation

Reference: Practical Meditation (by Brahmakumaris)
Continued from: Karmic Theory (Law Of Karma)

The Law of Karma, of action and reaction, is spiritual sphere and is absolute. It states: For every action there will be an equal and opposite reaction. Opposite, of course, means opposite in direction.

Whatever interactions I have with others, I receive the equivalent in return. This means that, if I have given happiness, I will get happiness in return and if I have given sorrow, I will receive sorrow in return. Thus the law is simple and when understood in full depth, it can give insight into the significance of events in my own world and in world at large.
"As you sow, so shall you reap."

It is also known as law of cause and effect.
Understanding the law of Karma makes me take total responsibility for my own situation, my state of mind and indeed my whole life. Now I will develop tolerance, acceptance and endurance. I am creator or say master of my destiny. The power to settle past Karma also comes through yoga/meditation.

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