Karma? What Karma?
Reincarnation is an integral part of Indian Religion and has been for thousands of years. Reincarnation
translates from Latin meaning “entering the flesh again.” It is based on the concept that the Soul continues
to exist after death and after a time re-enters life to live again on the Earth. The ways to reincarnate are
many and there are variations even within the religions that teach it. It is believed the Soul can return as a
human, animal, plant, a Spirit or even exist in another dimension separate from our own reality. Religions
such as Hinduism believes there is a Soul where Buddhism does not believe a Soul/Self exists. There are too
many variations to list here but the basic premise is that as a human we have lessons in our time here to
reach the ultimate goal where the Soul no longer has to be reborn, we return to the Source.
There are so many ways to describe Karma that it is difficult to define. There is the belief that Karma is the
result of cause and effect. If you do something good you will accumulate good Karma and if you do
something bad this will accumulate bad Karma. Another belief is that is no absolute good or bad and
therefore it is difficult to define someone as totally bad or good because we display these qualities in varying
degrees throughout our lives. Another belief states that if someone acts in a way that causes another’s
suffering but without the intent to cause suffering then Karma is non-existent. Another belief is that Karma
can be instant or played out over many lifetimes. These are just a few. The role of the belief of Karma is to
put the responsibility of action upon the individual so they may regulate their place in the afterlife.
Samsara refers to “wandering” or “cyclic change.” Because of the concept that man does not act from a place
of wholly bad or wholly good, we usually have shades of both, Samsara was introduces as a sort of Heaven
or Hell where the Soul would wait and create enough good Karma to be able to be born as human again.
Again, the meaning of Dharma is varied but my understanding of the word is similar to the meaning of the
Wheel of Fortune in the Tarot. Dharma means where something is “fixed” or “law” and to me this means
that we are never wholly downtrodden nor living in full bliss. The wheel of life must turn, it never stays still
and depending where you are on the wheel, things will always change. Change is the constant.
Life Between Lives
Sometimes we remain in the Soul state instead of reincarnating. Often when you meditate or have a vision
you would be connecting to the time you were in this disincarnate state. In this state you have direct access
to your Soul group and your reasons for incarnation during any lifetime. Also, you can receive a healing or
blessing around a certain situation.
You have not missed some mystic sign, you can communicate with your guides and your intuition is switched on 24/7. You are Spirit. You are living energy. You are a part of the natural cycle of the Earth. What happens is called life and how you react to your life is your choice, you have the power..
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15/9/2020 08:06:24 pm
Great piece Vicki 🌟i understand these concepts much better, you have explained them in a clear manner, without all the heavy baggage that comes with these words. Thank you x
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