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Wortherkunft Karma

Karma ist ein Begriff aus dem Sanskrit. Er bedeutet "Handeln" oder "Bewegung".

 


Courthouse Butte, eine rote Felsformationen vor den Toren Sedonas, Arizona

Das Universum – auch bekannt als Abrahams Wurschtkessel oder die universale Datenbank – ist das Karma Gottes, so erklärte es Hawkins.
Es ist unnötig, sich Gedanken um das eigene Karma zu machen, denn das Karma sorgt  unwillkürlich für sich selbst. Alle Vorkommnisse im eigenen Leben gelten daher dem karmischen Ausgleich.

 

Wer sich mit der Karmalehre bekannt gemacht hat, hat den Vorteil, Frieden finden zu können mit allem, was im eigenen Leben geschieht, statt sich deswegen Sorgen zu machen. 1

 

Hawkins weist darauf hin, dass sich Karma überdeutlich in Szene setzt, wenn man etwa in vierzehn verschiedenen Städten jeweils in einen Auffahrunfall mit einem weißen Kastenwagen verwickelt wird. In diesem Fall ist es angesagt, sich dem Thema 'Von hinten von einem weißen Wagen angestoßen zu werden' zu stellen, statt die Vorfälle als lästige Zufallsserie abzutun.

Karma kurz gefasst

Karma ist

  • nicht deterministisch (vorbestimmt).
  • Karma is potentiell (unterliegt Neigungen und Vorlieben).
  • Alle karmischen Zyklen bewegen sich im linearen Raum.
  • Der Wille Gottes ist das karmische Muster des Universums.
  • Alles ist eine karmische Einheit, die aus derselben Quelle entstammt.
    • Der Mensch ist mittels eigener Zustimmung und Entscheidungen mit dem elektromagnetischen Feld der unendlichen Macht verbunden.
    • Die Ladung eines Menschen verändert sich durch die von ihm gefällten Entscheidungen.
  • Nichts geschieht zufällig, noch könnte es das.
    • Die Lebensereignisse erscheinen als eigenartige Zufälle, wenn man die Karmaperspektive außer Acht lässt.
  • Karma ist synonym mit dem Unbewussten.
  • Karma richtet das spirituelle Schicksal / Bestimmung aus.
  • Karma ist die Folgeerscheinung des eigenen Verhaltens und von Willensentscheidungen.
  • Karma bedeutet, dem Universum gegenüber rechenschaftspflichtig zu sein.
  • Karma und Ego sind dasselbe.
    • Karma und Ego decken die komplette Erfahrungspalette des Menschseins ab.
  • Karma bestätigt die entwicklungsmäßige und erfahrungsmäßige Kontinuität der Seele.
  • Es gibt nur EIN Leben mit periodischen Wiederverkörperungen, wenn die Bedingungen für bestimmte Problemlösungen günstig sind.
  • Es gibt individuelles Karma/Ego.
  • Jeder Mensch wird unter Bedingungen geboren, die bestmöglich für seine spirituelle Entwicklung sind.
    • Die Umstände der Geburt und der Verlauf des Lebens sind hochgradig karmisch vollkommen.
  • Individuelles Karma und die Bestimmung obliegen dem Einzelnen, ein von Menschen gefürchteter Umstand.
  • Persönliches Karma kann man überwinden.
  • Die individuelle Ego-/Karmaauflösung ist möglich.
    • Egoauflösung ist Karmaauflösung.
  • Das individuelle Karma bestimmt, auf welcher jenseitigen Ebene (Bardo) sich die Seele nach dem physischen Tod aufhält.
  • Es gibt Kollektivkarma / das kollektive Unbewusste.
  • Erlöser sind zuständig (mitverantwortlich) für Kollektivkarma.
  • Gottes Karma übersteigt die menschliche Kapazität.
  • Die menschliche Begrenztheit erlaubt es nicht, die unzähligen Faktoren des Einzel- und Kollektivkarmas zu kennen.
  • Karma bedingt die Existenz des freien Willens.
  • Die Option, auf Erden zu reinkarnieren, geschieht nur mit der willentlichen Zustimmung des Inkarnierenden.
    • Die Seele kann auch körperlos bleiben und die astralen Reiche erforschen.
  • Karmische Lebensmuster sind "unpersönlich" und drücken sich durch alle verfügbaren Kanäle aus.
  • Es ist nicht möglich, das Karma Gottes zu überschreiten.
  • Erleuchtung ist die vollständige Auflösung des individuellen Egos / Karmas.
  • Das individuelle Karma ist überwunden, sobald sich das Bewusstsein eines Menschen nicht mehr mit der Formenwelt identifiziert.
  • Karmaauflösung geschieht individuell und kollektiv (historisch).
  • Karmaauflösung geschieht durch spirituelle Ausrichtung und die Übergabe der Gegebenheiten an Gott.
  • Nach Auflösung des individuellen Karmas ist man mit der Auflösung des Kollektivkarmas betraut.
  • Karma wird korrigiert, indem man der Versuchung widersteht und sich für die edlere Wahlmöglichkeit entscheidet.
  • Bei zugespitzten Situationen kann Karmaforschung sehr hilfreich sein, da sie die spirituelle Entwicklung fördert.
  • Der Sinn des Lebens ist, negatives Karma abzubauen und karmische Verdienste zu erwerben.
    • Bei Schicksalsschlägen kann man auf karmische "Verdienste" durch Dienen und gute Werke von früher zurückgreifen.
  • Schuldgefühle sind der Versuch, sich Erlösung zu erkaufen.
  • Das Vertrauen in die absolute göttliche Gerechtigkeit zahlt sich aus.

Zitate zum Thema Karma

Zitate von D. Hawkins

Alles nun, was ihr wollt, dass euch die Leute tun sollen, das tut ihr ihnen auch. Das ist das Gesetz und die Propheten. Matthäus 7, 12 (NT)

 

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

  • Alle Handlungen, Ereignisse, Gedanken, Ideen, Konzepte und Entscheidungen werden von einem Energiefeld begleitet, das gemessen werden kann. Das All-sehende Auge, S. 225, 2005

 

 

  • Die wesentlichen Energien [eines Menschen], die mit allem, was existiert, zusammenhängen, bestimmen dessen Schicksal, das von sämtlichen auftretenden Konditionen eines gesamten Universums abhängt. Im ganzen Universum werden diese Energien an bestimmten Orten als hervortretende Bedingungen zum Ausdruck gebracht. Das All-sehende Auge, S. 249, 2005

 

  • Die Menge der zur Verfügung stehenden Wahlmöglichkeiten wird begrenzt durch vorherrschende Bedingungen, die von unserem eigenen, karmisch strukturierten Energiefeld angezogen oder ausgebracht werden. Wahl übersteigt Karma und kann es beherrschen oder durch einen Willensakt verändern. Das All-sehende Auge, S. 252, 2005

 

  • Jeder Gedanke und jede Handlung hinterlässt eine Schwingung oder Spur, die ein Hochfrequenz-Energiemuster im Zusammenhang mit dem Energiekörper einer Person bildet. Dies interagiert mit dem Ozean des Bewusstseins, der mit einer unendlichen Anzahl solcher Energiemuster, die von anderen Energiekörpern ausgehen, angefüllt ist. Das All-sehende Auge, S. 330, 2005

 

  • Die karmische Forschung zeigt, dass Lebensmuster die Tendenz haben, "unpersönlich" zu sein, insofern, als gewisse Energien in Bewegung gesetzt worden sind, die sich in diesem Leben durch jeden verfügbaren, zufälligen Kanal Ausdruck verschaffen werden. Licht des Alls. Die Wirklichkeit des Göttlichen, S. 152, 2006

 

 

  • Das, was Existenz hat, kann auch mit Lebensfähigkeit erschaffen werden und dadurch ein "Wesen" werden. "Sein" heißt existieren mit dem Bewusstsein von Leben selbst als Licht, welches das Vermögen zum Gewahrsein erleuchtet.
    Insofern das gesamte Universum und alles darin eine karmische Einheit ist, ist das All-Sein der Realität die Verwirklichung von Lichtbewusstsein. Wenn alles eine karmische Einheit ist, die aus derselben Quelle entspringt, stellt es einen willkürlichen Akt der Wahrnehmung dar, irgendeine Trennung darin zu sehen. In der Realität ist das Eine und die Vielen dasselbe. Licht des Alls. Die Wirklichkeit des Göttlichen, S. 343, 2006

 

 

  • Der luziferische Irrtum besteht darin, dass ein Geistwesen, obwohl es sich über das normale menschliche Karma hinaus entwickelt hat, immer noch den karmischen Gesetzen des Universums und Gott unterworfen bleibt. Licht des Alls. Die Wirklichkeit des Göttlichen, Kapitel 15 Karma, S. 352, 2006

 

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Spirituelles Ego:

luziferische Versuchung jenseits der BW-Ebene 600 - 850

  • "Nachdem du [...] erkennst, dass alles Karma nur auf Illusion beruhte und es keinen furchteinflößenden, urteilenden Gott oder irgendwelche "andere Wesen" zu bestehen gibt, und wo du jetzt außerdem jenseits von Form und deshalb jenseits von Karma und vollständig frei bist, ist deine Macht unbegrenzt. Nimm' diese Macht als deine eigene an." Das Angebot besteht darin, sich mit Macht um ihrer selbst willen zu vereinigen und im luziferischen Bereich zu herrschen. Der Verführungsversuch richtet sich an das spirituelle Ego, mit dem Ansinnen Gottes Macht zu besitzen, jedoch Gottes Liebe zurückzuweisen. Licht des Alls. Die Wirklichkeit des Göttlichen, Kapitel 15 Karma, S. 352-353, 2003

 

 

 

 

  • Karma bedeutet wirklich Verantwortlichkeit und, wie in früherem spirituellem Forschungsegebnis zitiert wurde, hat sich jedes Wesen dem Universum gegenüber zu verantworten. Es ist ebenfalls gut bekannt, dass gutes Karma wie gute Taten, Gebet, selbstloses Dienen, Akte der Güte, usw. negatives, also "schlechtes" Karma kompensieren und auflösen kann. In diesem Prozess wird "Verdienst" bedeutsam, auf welchen man sogar manchmal zurückgreifen kann, wenn man mit Veränderungen oder Schicksalsschlägen konfontiert wird. Erleuchtung ist möglich. Wie man die Ebenen des Bewusstseins durchschreitet, S. 43, 2007

 

  • Durch deine Zustimmung und deine Entscheidungen bist du mit dem riesigen elektromagnetischen Feld unendlicher Macht verbunden. Dein Karma, deine Bestimmung, liegen einzig und allein in deinen Händen. (Vor dieser Botschaft fürchten sich die Menschen.) Was du zu sein wählst, verändert deine Ladung. Nichts geschieht zufällig, noch könnte es das. Audiointerview 'Ohne Titel', präsentiert vom aufgelösten US-Webradiosender Beyond the Ordinary, Gastgeberinnen Nancy Lorenz und Elena Young, 60 Minuten Dauer, Sendetermin 11. Januar 2005

Quotes by D. Hawkins

Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. Galatians 6, 7 (NT) King James Cambridge edition

 

But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows. Luke 12, 7 (NT) King James Cambridge edition

 

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

  • Moreover the universe doesn't forget. There are many sides to the question of Karma, but every choice of who and how to be is a choice for great consequence, as all of our choices reverberate throughout the ages. Thousands of reports of near death experiences, as reflected in such bestselling books as Dannion Brinkley's Saved by the Light [1995] or Betty J. Eadie, Embraced by the Light [1992] (which calibrates at 595), confirm that we shall eventually have to accept responsibility for every thought, word and deed that we generate, and will experience exactly the same suffering we've caused. It's in this sense that we create our own heaven or hell. The universe holds it's breath as we choose, instant by instant, which pathway to follow: For the universe, the very essence of life itself, is highly conscious. Every act, thought, and choice, adds to a permanent mosaic. Our decisions ripple through the universe of consciousness to affect the lives of all. Lest this idea be considered merely mystical or fanciful, let's remember that fundamental tenet of the new theoretical physics: Everything in the universe is connected with everything else. Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, chapter 9, S. 184, Hay House, February 2002

 

 

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Undoing karma

  • Guilt is an attempt to purchase salvation, manipulate God and purchase forgiveness by suffering. These attitudes stem from the misinterpretation of God as the great punisher. We think we will assuage His righteous wrath by our pain, suffering and penance. There is actually only one appropriate 'penance' for wrong-doing, and that is change. Instead of condemning the negative, we choose the positive. The Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, S. 143, 2001

 

  • Question: Spiritual destiny, or karma, then, is set by choice and personal responsibility?
    Answer: The most powerful determining factor is intention and decision of the spiritual will. The idea that contextualization and thought or action set up an energy pattern of a calibratable level of power versus force is the basis of the spiritual path called Karma Yoga, which means that all actions can be sanctified by their dedication to God. Even the most simple actions, such as peeling a potato, can be accompanied by resentment or by devotion to life out of joy, knowing that one is supporting life through life. Eye of the I From Which Nothing is Hidden, chapter 16, S. 237, 2001

 

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Karma tends to recur, is prone to temptation and can be redeemed by aligned intention.

  • Karmic patterns are influential but not immutable due to the options available to the spiritual will.
    Correction comes about as a matter of intention by choosing a higher rather than a lower option.\\ Temptation is the reemergence of the old pattern which presents itself repeatedly until a decision is finalized and resolute.
    An unresolved karmic error tends to recur in such a way that it can be recognized and its underlying positionality identified.
    A most useful approach is to investigate possible role reversal – one is the victim in this lifetime of what one perpetrated on others in past lives, and now the ripples on the water are merely returning as the waves of this lifetime. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 98, 2003

 

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Ego and karma

  • Question: Is the ego the source of karma?
    Answer: It is its locus and repository. It is very important to realize that the ego and karma are one and the same thing. [...] To separate this life from others is merely an artifact created by perception. In Reality, there is only one life with periodic reincarnations because conditions are favorable for the resolution of certain problems. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 98, 2003

 

  • Is there no escape from the ego and its karma?  
    Answer: Enlightenment is the only total escape, and spiritual endeavor helps to loosen its hold. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 100, 2003

 

  • Jesus was aware that salvation depends on the voluntary letting go of the negative aspects of the ego (sin) and the striving for unconditional love and spiritual virtue. If the ego is the focus of spiritual endeavour, then its dissolution signals the end of the karma that was involved in its formation. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 102, 2003

 

  • Karmic patterns are influential but not immutable due to the options available to the spiritual will. Correction comes about as a matter of intention by choosing a higher rather than a lower option. Temptation is the re-emergence of the old pattern that presents itself repeatedly until a decision is finalized and resolute. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 162, 2003

 

 

  • Inasmuch as the entire universe and everything in it is a karmic unity, the Allness of Reality is the realization of enlightenment. If all is a karmic unity that originates from the same source, then to see any separation is an artifact of perception. In Reality, the one and the many are the same. I. Reality and Subjectivity, chapter 15 Karma, S. 251, 2003

 

  • Research reveals the astonishing fact (which calibrates at consciousness level 998) that the circumstances of our birth and life are precisely karmically perfect. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 267, 2003

 

 

 

  • Karmic research is best done when specific answers are needed for clarification. Those discoveries can be extremely helpful and save years or even lifetimes of futile spiritual work. I. Reality and Subjectivity, ~S. 328, 2003

 

  • One can view the spiritual ego as the current manifestation of one's karma so that 'undoing the ego' is the same as resolving one's karma because they are operationally one and the same. If the term "karma" is not acceptable, one can use the term "unconscious" instead. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 326, 2003

 

  • At every instant, one is really making a choice between heaven or hell. The cumulative effect of all these choices determines the calibrated level of consciousness and one's karmic and spiritual fate. I. Reality and Subjectivity, S. 397, 2003

 

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Circumstances of birth are suitable at level 998.

  • Research reveals the astonishing fact (which calibrates at consciousness level 998) that the circumstances of our birth and life are precisely karmically perfect. All that we face and endure  – the obstacles, the challenges – serves the evolution of consciousness in which we simultaneously undo the negative consequences of the past and derive advancement for spiritually positive choices. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 161, 2005

 

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Individual earthly circumstances – karma/dharma/destiny – calibrate at 998.

  • Use of the consciousness calibration technique helps to clarify the nature and purposes of this seemingly puzzling earthly life. Research reveals the astonishing fact (which calibrates at consciousness level 998) that the circumstances of our birth and life are precisely karmically perfect. All that we face and endure – the obstacles, the challenges – serves the evolution of consciousness in which we simultaneously undo the negative consequences of the past and derive advancement for spiritually positive choices. Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference', chapter 10 America, S. 178, 2005

 

  • The difficulty in counteracting the spiritual karmic consequences of sin is offset by the option of salvation for those who "believe in His name" in Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Buddhism. In the celestial realm, the savior is one's advocate before the judgment of God in the afterworlds of nonphysicality. In a benign contextualization, mankind is viewed compassionately as being often intrinsically incapable of transcending the negative forces of the ego if unaided from the earthly/human realm. In the Hindu and Buddhist views, this results in endless cycles of rebirth and entrapment in the earthbound human dimension, with its attendant, inevitable suffering. (Karma calibrates at 999.) Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 16 Religion and Truth S. 333, 2005

 

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Individual and generic karma:

Karma is part of the soul's continuity over the ages.

 

 

 

 

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Karma is spiritual accountability.

 

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Group karma

  • Inclusion in what seems to be negative karmic consequences occurs as a result of prior concurrence and/or participation. Thus, the cheers at the death of a gladiator are karmically significant as is taking grim satisfaction from pain and suffering or the death of others. To cheer on the implementation of the guillotine is to join with its karmic consequences. To take justice into one's own hands is done at karmic risk for "Justice is mine, sayeth the Lord." Faith that Divinity guarantees absolute justice is difficult to accept in a world of seeming injustices. It is better to trust in the absolute justice of God and "judge not, lest ye be judged." for it is well to remember that "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 39-40, 2006

 

  • Generically, karma merely refers to the fact that the soul is evolutionary in both origin and fate and accountable for its decisions. […] Without an understanding of karma, however, individual circumstances would seem to be accidental or capricious and thus not in accord with the finding of consciousness research that demonstrate that all Creation is a reflection of Divine Harmony, Justice, and Balance. Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 40, 2006

 

  • Karma really means accountability, and, as cited in previous spiritual research, every entity is answerable to the universe. It is also well known that positive karma (good works, prayer, selfless service, benevolent acts, etc.) can compensate for and undo negative ('bad') karma. In this process, 'merit' accrues, which at times can even be drawn against in confronting vicissitudes. Spiritual progress ensues automatically from choosing good will, forgiveness, and lovingness as a way of being in the world at large rather than viewing it as a gain-seeking transaction. Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 41, 2006

 

 

  • There is also the collective human group karma that is merely the consequence of being human. It may also be expressed as group conditions that may be ethnic, religious, geographic, or aligned in other ways due to acts or agreements in the past. [Paraphrased summary.] Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 39-43, 2006

 

  • Karma (spiritual fate) is the consequence of decisions of the will and determines spiritual destiny after physical death (the celestial levels, hells, purgatory, or the so-called inner astral planes [bardos]). Included also is the option of reincarnation in the human physical domain, which, by consciousness calibration research, can only be done by agreement with the individual will. Thus, all humans have by agreement, chosen this pathway.
    Consciousness research confirms that all persons are born under the most optimal conditions for spiritual evolution, no matter what the appearance seems to be. [Paraphrased summary.] Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 41-43, 2006

 

  • Karma means accountability, and [...] every entity is answerable to the universe. It is also well known that positive karma (good works, prayer, selfless service, benevolent acts, etc.) can compensate for and undo negative ('bad') karma. [...] Spiritual progress ensues automatically from choosing good will, forgiveness, and lovingness as a way of being in the world at large rather than viewing it as a gain-seeking transaction. [Paraphrased summary.] Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 41-43, 2006

 

  • Thus, only by acts of the will can an entity bring about its own fate. One's consciousness calibration is affected for better or worse by inner decision and act of the will, and as a consequence, the individual entity is drawn to its own appropriate level of consciousness, which is dominated by an 'attractor field'. Thus, one's level of consciousness represents karmic inheritance. [Paraphrased summary.] Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 41-43, 2006

 

  • Each calibrated level of consciousness indicates progress beyond the levels below it and may also represent the level to which those who were once higher have fallen as a consequence of volitional choices. ~ Although decisions of the will have karmic consequences, they are recoverable with appropriate spiritual alignment and dedication. [Paraphrased summary.] Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 42-43, 2006

 

  • From previous studies, it was learned that everyone is born under optimal conditions for karmic opportunities; therefore, it is wise to judge not, for what appears as misery or catastrophe may be the doorway to liberation for those who have negative karma to undo. Thus, seemingly catastrophic events may be the essential and necessary elements for the evolution of the soul. Transcending Levels of Consciousness. The Stairway to Enlightenment, S. 44, 2006

 

 

 

 

  • Consciousness calibration confirms and extensively demonstrates that every intention or action, even in its most minute details, is embedded and recorded forever within the infinite field of consciousness.  It is also confirmable (at consciousness level 1,000) that everyone, without exception, is accountable to the Universe (i.e., the Mind of God or Divine Providence alluded to by whatever term chosen).  Thus arises the wisdom that "God is not mocked," and that "Every hair on one's head is numbered." Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 71, 2007

 

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Karma – East and West:

  • The evolution of human consciousness expresses its cultural and social changes that, in turn, reflect karmic propensities and inheritances of the whole groups of people over great periods of time. In the East, karma is a matter of ordinary acceptance, but that is not so in the Western world, which even lauds unaccountability  and irresponsibility [LoC 195] as promoted by moralistic relativism. Discovery of the Presence of God. Devotional Nonduality, S. 159, 2007

 

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Layer after layer of karma is being unveiled.

  • When you’re above your karma — when you bring to the surface what’s holding you back from progressing and you’re able to transcend these things — you feel beatific until the next thing comes up, then you feel like you’ve crashed. You haven’t really crashed. It’s just that you’re not above your karma anymore. You’ve brought up the next layer to be worked on. This means you’re making progress. Interview with David R. Hawkins, MD, PhD, presented by US magazine Holistic Networker, Gina Mazza Hillier, 13. August 2005

 

  • The lower the level of consciousness, the greater the proclivity and the propensity to be programmed by our society, by our culture, by our families, by our early life experiences, which are then added to one’s karmic propensities. Interview Healing and Recovery, presented by health magazine Unified Health!, Matt Laughlin, Vol 5, issue 14, pg. 19, winter 2009

 

  • The inspiration to evolve spiritually is already a manifestation of the presence of God within, and it's certainly indicative of good karma. Just to want to know truth, to evolve, to improve oneself, to become a better person, to fulfill one's potential – those are all inspirations. And the person doesn't make them up; they just come to them. It's like an innate desire to fulfill your potential. Untitled audio interview, presented by suspended US American web radio station Beyond the Ordinary, hosts Nancy Lorenz and Elena Young, 60 minutes duration, aired 10. February 2004

 

  • By your own agreement and choices you are aligned with the giant electromagnetic field of infinite power.
    Your karma, your destiny, is solely in your hands (which is what people are scared to hear).
    What you choose to be changes your charge.
    Nothing happens by accident nor could it. Audio interview The Meaning and Purpose of Life, presented by suspended US American web radio station Beyond the Ordinary, hosts Nancy Lorenz and Elena Young, 60 minutes duration, aired 11. January 2005

 

  • Your karmic responsibility is to yourself and in relationship to Divinity, and that's what your concern should be. Audio interview The Meaning and Purpose of Life, presented by suspended US American web radio station Beyond the Ordinary, hosts Nancy Lorenz and Elena Young, minute 22:00-33:00, 60 minutes duration, aired 11. January 2005

 

  • There is no God to fear, only the consequences of one's actions. Sedona Seminar Causality: The Ego’s Foundation, DVD 1 of 3, minute 154 [at the end], January 2002

 

  • The ego as it is today is the karma. Your karma is today's ego. Today's ego is the compilation of all that's occurred in the evolution of this consciousness up to this moment. Sedona Seminar Radical Subjectivity: The "I" of "Self", 3 DVD set, February 2002

 

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Karma and Identification

  • That, which is karmically inheritable from one thing to the next is the degree to which one holds one's identity of the self with the ego. It's an illusion, it's transitory. It lasts of course for hundreds of thousands of years [...] The thought, that 'I am this' or 'I am that' within form then creates a karmic consequence. The thought that I am an individual separate from God, that I am that, which is born and dies, that I am that which calls itself 'me', the physicality and its history – yes – that will have karmic consequences. That's what the Buddha meant, when the Buddha said: "If you don't wanna keep reincarnation, then you've gotta become enlightened and transcend and realize that you are that out of which that formulation arises." You are not the formulation, you are that out of which the formulation arises. You are not the thought, you are that out of which the thought arises. You are not the emotion, you are the source out of which that emotion arises. Seminar Sedona Realizing the Root of Consciousness: Meditative and Contemplative Techniques, CD 2 of 4, minute 25:20, 8. June 2002
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Surrender and Free Will

  • There can be no karma without free will. Sedona Seminar Alignment, 3 DVD set, 16. April 2005

 

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Surrender and Free Will

  • We can transcend personal karma, but we are never beyond the Karma of God. Sedona Seminar Alignment, 4 CD set, 16. April 2005

 

  • Catastrophes offer the full expression of karmic potential. Sedona Seminar Transcending Obstacles, 3 DVD set, 3. September 2005

 

  • Karma is not deterministic. It is potential. Due to certain karmic proclivities, the likelihood of you following a certain pathway and making certain decisions is increased, but not guaranteed. Karma means the propensity.   Sedona Seminar Experiential Reality, 3 DVD set, 18. February 2006

 

  • The fact that you are a human being is already a major karmic demonstration. To be born a human being is a great gift. Treasure it. Don’t get attached to the linear. See the essence out of which you have arisen. Sedona Seminar Experiential Reality, 3 DVD set, 18. February 2006

 

  • Question: How do you undo negative karma?
    Answer: Surrender all that occurs to God. Let go of resisting and look at "obstacles" and difficulties as a way of undoing negative karma. Prayer is also helpful. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 15. March 2006

 

  • All karmic cycles are linear. They are about a certain energy somewhere and when you have completed it, it is done. You have the option of being of service on the other side. Sedona Satsang Q&A, Creative Life Center, 2 CD set, 13. September 2006

 

  • When you transcend your karma, then you have the capacity to handle more. More negativity comes up for you to clear. Famous women mystics would reach a high state and then crash. They would feel they had been deserted by God. Read about them in the Encyclopedia Britannica. You can read what they went though. There are about half a dozen. It’s par for the course! You feel like you are going backwards, but you are not. You have earned the right to see how awful you have been. Sedona Seminar Is the Miraculous Real?, 3 DVD set, 9. December 2006

 

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Women mystics

Facing their dark past

  • When you transcend your karma, then you have the capacity to handle more. More negativity comes up for you to clear. Famous women mystics would reach a high state and then crash. They would feel they had been deserted by God. Read about them in the Encyclopedia Britannica. You can read what they went though. There are about half a dozen. It’s par for the course! You feel like you are going backwards, but you are not. You have earned the right to see how awful you have been. Sedona Seminar Is the Miraculous Real?, 3 DVD set, 9. December 2006

 

  • Human life is completely and totally fair. [...] We must own the difficulty of being human. Life is our opportunity to earn karmic merit. Seeing the world as a karmic opportunity calibrates at level 600. Don't be seduced by negative energy; simply be as helpful, truthful, and kind as you can and thereby raise the level of the sea. Become the fullest expression of your own potential. See the innate divinity in all of life. Sedona Seminar Relativism vs. Reality, 3 DVD set, 14. April 2007

 

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Video presentation:

On The Purpose Of Life, minute 0:42, YouTube film, 9:57 minutes duration, posted 27. February 2010; Deleted

 

  • The meaning of life is to lose bad karma and gain good karma. (Calibrated as true.) Sedona Seminar Practical Spirituality, 3 DVD set, 25. October 2008

 

  • Everybody worries about their bad karma. How long does it take to undo bad karma? [Claps hands.] That long. Now it's gone. The bad karma is gone in one instant by an act of the will. By surrendering to God. By saying, "Glory to God in the Highest, All Glory and power is Thine, O Lord". In that one act, you undo all the ignorance of past life. So what is bad karma? Nothing but ignorance. Jesus Christ and the Buddha, they all said, "all that the world calls negative is nothing but ignorance". There is no evil, there's only ignorance. There's only ignorance. Sedona Seminar A Unique Sedona Seminar including Korean Translation, DVD 3 of 4, ending blessing, 6. December 2008

 

  • Whatever befalls us has to do with destiny. Karma means one's destiny – all that we have inherited as human beings, you see. Through the undoing of negative karma we fulfill our destiny and we reach salvation, you know. And to try and accept it with grace – to try and accept one's karma with grace, yes. Sedona Seminar A Unique Sedona Seminar including Korean Translation, Bonus DVD 4 of 4, minute 1:56:15 (end), 6. December 2008

 

  • Karma is God's own bail-out plan and rescue package. (Calibrated at 350.) Prescott Seminar What is the World?, DVD 2 of 3, 28. February 2009

 

  • The first thing to develop a peaceful nature is to give up and let go of wanting to change and control other people. […] You can let go wanting to get even if you understand Divine Justice. […] All things have their own karmic pay-off and you don't have to do anything. It's not necessary to bring down your enemies because they will bring themselves down by their own hand. [...] The minute you get even with them or conquer them you now have the karma of that. Prescott Seminar Peace, lecture 3 [LoC 565], 8. August 2009 – Let go of wanting to change other people, YouTube film, minute 0:17 and 1:49, 2:57 minutes duration, posted by LftUP 8. May 2011

Zitate von anderen Quellen

Wo ihr aber nicht also tun wollt, siehe, so werdet ihr euch an dem Herrn versündigen und werdet eurer Sünde innewerden, wenn sie euch finden wird. 4. Buch Moses [Numeri] 32, 23 (AT)

 

Denn wir müssen alle offenbar werden vor dem Richtstuhl Christi, auf dass ein jeglicher empfange, nach dem er gehandelt hat bei Leibesleben, es sei gut oder böse. 2. Korinther 5, 10 (NT)

 

Empfehlung

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Sich den anderen nicht vorenthalten

  • Uralter Wust ist zwischen Mensch und Mensch gehäuft.
    Sinngeborene Form entartete zu Konvention, Ehrfurcht zu Misstrauen,
    Keuschheit der Mitteilung zu geizender Verschlossenheit.
    Mitunter tappen die Menschen im bangen Rausch aufeinander zu
    und verfehlen sich, denn der Mulmhaufen ist zwischen ihnen.
    Räumt ihn hinweg, du und du und du!
    Stellt Unmittelbarkeit, aus dem Sinn formende, ehrfürchtige,
    keusche Unmittelbarkeit zwischen den Menschen her!
    Du sollst dich nicht vorenthalten.
    Martin Buber [BW 530] (1878-1965) österreichisch-jüdischer Religionsforscher und -philosoph, Pädagoge, Übersetzer, Autor, Essay Was ist zu tun?, 1919
  • Karma bedeutet Tat oder Handeln, gleichzeitig aber auch die aus einer Tat oder Handlung sich ergebende Folgewirkung (Gesetz von Ursache und Wirkung). Jedes positive oder negative Tun führt somit aufgrund der bedingenden Verursachung zwangsläufig zu ebensolchen Ergebnissen. Das Motiv von Lohn und Strafe fällt dabei außer Betracht. Die Verbrennung, die sich aus dem Anfassen eines heißen Gegenstandes ergibt, ist auch keine Strafe, sondern die logische Folge einer unbedachten Handlung. Karma vergilt nicht, sondern misst zu. Wir werden nicht für diese oder jene Tat belohnt respektive bestraft, sondern durch sie konditioniert. Francesco Ficicchia (*1946) Schweizer Sozialpädagoge, Kritiker des Bahai-Glaubens, Buddhismuskenner, Autor, Buddhismus. 20 weitverbreitete Missverständnisse, PDF, Zen-Meditation-Bad-Oeynhausen.de, Erscheinungsdatum unbekannt

 

  • Diese Lipikas (Herren des Karmas) sind äußerst geheimnisvolle und okkulte Wesenheiten in den strukturellen Harmonien der Universalen Natur und tatsächlich im Aufbau des Kosmos. Nur wenig ist öffentlich über die Lipikas gesagt worden, und dennoch ist der Platz, den sie im Universum einnehmen, deutlich genug. Sie sind in der Tat Dhyani-Chohans allerhöchsten Ranges in den sogenannten Arupa-Welten. Weil sie tatsächlich die ersten Kanäle oder Vehikel sind, durch die die kosmische Ideenbildung zur Offenbarung kommt oder hindurchfließt, werden sie dadurch zu den höchsten und mächtigsten Instrumenten von Karma, das aus Samen hervorgeht, die in der Struktur der kosmischen Ideenbildung bewahrt werden. Daher werden die Lipikas als die Agenten Karmas bezeichnet. Und ferner, weil sie nicht nur kosmische Ideen nach unten an tiefer stehende Hierarchien verteilen, sondern karmische Ergebnisse hinauftragen, um sie sozusagen in der Sammlung der kosmischen Ideenbildung zu deponieren, werden sie, vor allem aus letzterem Grund, als Schreiber des Karmas oder als Aufzeichner des Karmas usw. bezeichnet. Gottfried de Purucker (1874-1942) US-amerikanischer Theosoph, Präsident der Theosophischen Gesellschaft in Amerika, Journalist, Autor von esoterischen Werken, Wind des Geistes, S. 117f, Theosophischer Verlag GmbH, 1995

 

Quotes by various other sources

Be sure that your sins will find you out. Numbers 32, 23 (OT)

 

Personal avowals / exclamations

  • Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we set out to deceive. Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) Scottish historical novelist, playwright, poet, popular throughout much of the world in the 19th century, famous quotation

 

Recommendation

  • Ancient rot and mould is between man and man.
    Forms born of meaning degenerate into convention, respect into mistrust,
    modesty in communicating into stingy taciturnity.
    Now and then men grope toward one another in anxious delirium –
    and miss one another, for the heap of rot is between them.
    Clear it away, you and you!
    Establish directness, formed out of meaning, respectful, modest directness between men!
    You shall not withhold yourself.
    Martin Buber [LoC 530] (1878-1965) Austrian-born Jewish religious researcher and philosopher, educator, translator, author, essay What is one to do?, 1919, cited in: Maurice S. Friedman, Martin Buber's Life and Work, S. 243, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, 1981, 1988

 

  • The fates of all souls are ordained by God in accordance with their past deeds; whatever is destined not to happen will never happen however hard one may try. What has to happen will happen, do what you may to prevent it. This is certain. The best course therefore is for one to abide in Mounam. Sri Ramana Maharshi [LoC 720] (1879-1950) Indian Hindu sage, saint, The Mountain Path, official periodical of Sri Ramanasramam, India, S. 47-51, October-December 2008 issue

 

  • Most of our karma is collective. We suffer for the sins of others, as others suffer for ours. Humanity is one. Ignorance of this fact does not change it. We would have been much happier people ourselves, but for our indifference to the suffering of others we cause our own suffering. Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj [LoC 720] (1897-1981) Indian Hindu sage of the advaita vedānta tradition

 

  • If a person understands the theory of karma exactly, then he will be able to understand the way to liberation. What people call karma, the theory of karma calls an effect. People simply have no idea of the cause of karma. Theory of karma is that cause is when the karma was charged and is not visible. All that is visible is the effect of karma. A man eats at a restaurant, as a result of the cause from his past life. Eating in the restaurant is the effect of the karma. According to the theory of karma, the dysentery is the effect of the effect. The cause of the effect was laid in the past life. Going to the restaurant is an effect. Dysentry is the effect of the effect. Gnani Purush Dadashri gnani-purush (1908-1988) Indian mystic, spiritual master

 

  • Live as if you were living a second time, and as though you had acted wrongly the first time. Viktor Frankl (1905-1997) Austrian psychiatrist, psychotherapist, neurologist, Nazi death camp survivor, meaning researcher, founder of logotherapy

 

  • Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it. Rabindranath Tagore [LoC 475] (1861-1941) Indian Bengali philosopher, musician, painter, playwright, poet, novelist, Nobel laureate in literature, 1913, aphorism

 

 

  • The law of karma demands that we meet every bit of our karmic debts. However, an even greater law exists, the law of forgiveness. If we wrong someone and that person forgives us, when the day comes that we approach God, we realize our memories which are incompatible with God, but forgiveness removes the barrier of separation. The law is so precise (what one gives one receives; no exceptions) that if we begin forgiving others, we begin to receive forgiveness upon ourselves. Unless, of course, we refuse to forgive ourselves. Edgar Cayce [Sleeping Prophet] Association for Research and Enlightenment (1877-1945) US American trance medium, mystic healer, visionary, source unknown, mentioned here: Reincarnation and the Near-Death Experience

Literary quotes

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The acronym "TANSTAAFL" is a term coined by Robert Heinlein.

  • There ain't no such thing as a free lunch. Robert Heinlein (1907-1988) US American science fiction writer, cited by the character Siam Luu, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, 1966


Englische Texte –  English section on Karma

Karma in keywords

Karma is

synonymous with the unconscious.
the effect or result of preceding behavior.
one's accountability to the universe.
expressed in one's present human ego.
not deterministic.
potential (subject to proclivities / propensities).
interlaced with free will.

To be born as a human is a karmic gift in itself.
The circumstances of every human's birth and life are karmically perfectly suited.
The meaning and purpose of life is to balance negative karma and to gain good karma / fulfill one's dharma.
Karmic cycles happen in the linear realm.
Personal karma can be transcended.
God's karma is beyond human capacity.

, präsentiert von der Schweizer Zeitschrift Sein

Laws of karma

Twelve karmic principles
༺༻Karmic principleRemark
1.Great lawAs you sow, so shall you reap.
2.CreationWhat we desire comes through participation.
3.HumilityRefusal to accept what is will still be what is.
4.GrowthOur own growth is above any circumstance.
5.ResponsibilityOur lives are of our own doing, nothing else.
6.ConnectionEverything in the Universe is connected, both large and small.
7.FocusOne cannot direct attention beyond a single task.
8.Hospitality and givingDemonstrating our selflessness shows true intention.
9.ChangeHistory repeats itself unless changed.
10.Here and nowThe Present is all we have.
11.Patience and rewardNothing of value is created without a patient mindset.
12.Significance and inspirationThe best reward is one that contributes to the Whole.
Source: ► Article 12 Laws of Karma that Will Change Your Life, presented by Power of Positivity, 31. January 2016

BW-Werte: Karma

  • BW 999 – Karma2
  • BW 600 – Aussage: Das irdische Dasein bietet karmische Gelegenheiten.
  • BW 575 – Aussage: Das Leben auf der Erde ist ein Ausdruck von Karma.

Englisch LoCs

  • LoC 999 – Karma3

Index: Karma – Bücher von D. Hawkins

  • Buch 2 S. 42, 113, 202, 246, 248, 249, 252, 293, 330, 388, 407
  • Buch 3 S. 63, 148, 155, 254, 313, 343, 358, 369, 435, 478, 508, 522
  • Buch 5, S. 43

Englische Werke

  • Buch 2E Allgemeine Beschreibungen von Karma S. 168-174, 233-237
  • Buch 3E Ego = Karma, S. 101, 102, 103; judgment day S. 268 (calibrated LoC 999);
    • Menschlich übertragenes Karma, S. 110-112
    • chapter Karma und spiritueller Wille, S. 264
    • chapter Homo Spiritus, Ratschläge und Diskussion über Karmaforschung; Unbewusstes = Karma, S. 326
    • chapter 19, S. 332
    • purgatory, chapter 22, S. 396-397
  • Buch 5E, S. 38-39, Judaic-Christian and Islamic … consciousness and spiritual awareness, S. 116-117
  • Buch 6E Original Sin / Need for a savior, chapter 10, S. 160-161

Index: Audio- und Videomedien (engl.) von und mit D. Hawkins

  • Suspended US American web radio station Beyond the Ordinary, hosts Nancy Lorenz and Elena Young
    • Karma, aired 8. March 2005
    • Alignment, aired 19. April 2005

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  • Video Sedona Seminar Serenity, DVD 1 of 3, track 13, 1:01:57-1:02:57, August 2005
    The mind cannot tell truth from falsehood.
  • Video Sedona Seminar God, Religion and Spirituality, DVD 2 of 3, minute 1:00:45-1:02:07 (1:22), 10. December 2005
    Christ brought salvation.
  • Video Sedona Seminar Experiential Reality, DVD 3 of 3, track 8-9, minutes 38:14-39:10 (00:56), 18. February 2006
  • Video Long Beach Seminar Live Your Life Like a Prayer, DVD 2 of 3, tracks 18-19, 1:25:43-1:27:25 (1:42), Southern California, 18. November 2006
    All humans have karma due to being human.
  • Audio Sedona Satsang Q&A, CD 1 of 2, track 3, minute 1:54 – 5:15 (3:21), 10. January 2007
    Question: Jesus died for our sins?
  • Video Prescott Seminar Peace, lecture 3 [LoC 565], 8. August 2009 – Let go of wanting to change other people, YouTube film, 2:57 minutes duration, posted 8. May 2011

 

Links zum Thema Karma

Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Externe Weblinks

External web links (engl.)


Audio- und Videolinks

Audio and video links (engl.)

1. The Principle of Reciprocity / Karma [thought, emotion, act, and action] – 'What you sowed shall you reap.'
2. The Principle of Attraction – You attract to you what you are, not what you want.
3. The Principle of Humility / Flexibility Minute 28:25
4. The Principle of Avoidance / Denial / Projection
5. The Principle of Impatience
6. The Principle of Anger
7. The Principle of Need of control
8. The Principle of Willingness [no complaints] Minute 46:15
9. The Principle of Unnamed (?)
10. The Principle of Change Minute 51:37
11. The Principle of Unnamed (?)
12. The Principle of (personal) Responsibility

Manifestation – Karma in motion
A. "Know what you want."
B. "Focus on it."
C. "Get rid of the element of time."
D. "Allow it to happen (emerge)."
"Have dominion over everything means to give power to nothing."
"Seriousness doesn't work. Do it genuinely."

 

Interne Links

Wiki-Ebene

 

 

1 Sedona Seminar Karma and the Afterlife, 3 DVD-Set, Oktober 2002

2 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 16 Religion and Truth S. 333, 2005

3 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, chapter 16 Religion and Truth S. 333, 2005

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