'We’ve all got to learn the lessons of our karma, but at some point we also need to let go. If we aren’t careful, the lessons which were meant to teach us about higher levels of consciousness can keep us from achieving them. Here’s how not to get stuck processing your karma.
Karma isn’t what most people believe it is. As defined by its Sanskrit root, karma is a neutral phenomenon. The word simply means effect from a cause. Karma isn’t a punishment. It is simply information in, and information out.
If you let go of an arrow from a bow, where it goes is simply a combination of your aim, the force created by the pull-back, and the release of that arrow. Karma is the same. It can be good, bad, or indifferent, in terms of the limited, materialistic view of the world. Our existence now is thought to be a sum of our past actions – which arrows we released, and which arrows we kept tucked away in their quiver.
The sum of all our actions which affect our current experience, includes our mental actions. Every kind thought or compliment we have spoken or thought, eventually comes back to us, because we live in a Holographic universe. If you look at fractals (a Mandelbrot set), you can see this phenomenon displayed very clearly via divine geometry. One tiny swirl or loop is repeated again and again throughout an infinite space. Even our solar system is a fractal expression of the larger universe, so all that happens within it could be considered the karmic reaction – the cause and effect of its collective consciousness.'
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