“Karma is a dish that is served cold” I’m sure you’ve heard that, among other phrases. The word karma has become so common in our vocabulary that we seem to accept it as part of the normal functioning of reality.
For example, when someone is rude to another, then immediately after walks into a pole, we do not hesitate to point out that “they had what was coming to them”. It is the understanding of day-to-day karma, as we have accepted.
Since every action has an equal and opposite reaction, we adopted this understanding and called it karma, but for me, it is not the true meaning of karma.
Now, on the other hand, there is a karma that many have adopted, which is firmly based on the belief of reincarnation. As I’m sure many of you are well aware of this, I will keep it light. The basis of this doctrine for making it clear is that when we incarnate from life to life, we collect “karma points” good and bad for past actions.
Each life you live, you will pay karmic actions, and reap the benefits of good karma (in this life or in a previous one) until all the karma is settled and you no longer need yourself to reincarnate.
Now, I don’t know about you, but something doesn’t suit me about all of this. Look at these 3 karmic lessons:
What are the two best ways to control a population? Fear and guilt. When we imply that karma translates into an act, we instill an automatic emotional response that generally transgresses guilt or unworthiness. Karma should not be equated with guilt. Karma must be equated with action.
I can’t help but refuse the idea that we are here on this earth until we have finally “done it right”, or paid some sort of debt. We are here to learn, grow, and live life as an embodied soul, in the divine creation of human existence. We are here because we choose to be here, without guilt, without ties.
So what is karma then?
Recently, I was thinking. And in this reflection… I started to think… to think too much…. and realized that over-thinking, while many understand, is “the art of creating problems that have never been there, to begin with”, I saw more clearly that lack of confidence was the real cause of the creation of problems that were never really there, to begin with, and this lack of confidence triggers excessive thinking, which becomes the only “cause of action” or karma.
When we are unable to let go of control, we cause our own misfortunes, we create unnatural expectations and we stray from our own path. However, when we learn to trust, we form a basis for guided action, which winds our sails and allows the natural progression and evolution of the mind, body, heart, and soul.
When we act by emotional reaction, whether we show impatience or a lack of acceptance, we only hurt ourselves and we move away from our higher self and we sink deeper into the darkness or from the non-illuminated layers which mask the light in us.
Think of yourself as a lampshade. Whenever you attack someone, you rush into things without thinking or try to make plans impatiently without listening to your inner voice, you really hurt yourself and add another shadow or false mask to your energetic body.
All of these actions make the light bulb inside you more difficult to see. Every shade you add on you dims your light inside, and that is why peeling off layers or masks from your ego is so important.
In Daoism, it is taught that if one wants to get rid of all karma, one must take the middle path, and in the words of Alan Watts “shoot and shoot quickly, before the devil knows what you have done”. Now what this is all about is alchemy, turning lead into gold and following the real yellow brick road. It is true karma, in its truest understanding.
What does this mean?
Scientifically speaking, we are the microcosm of the macrocosm in the universe. As above, therefore below, and as within, therefore without. We are the miniature representation, which has the characteristics and qualities of the greatest macrocosm. This includes our physical body because it exists throughout its entire system.
Essentially, your soul is the point of singularity, which is in a black hole or a star and the sun is just an inverted black hole. So, in terms of our eternal energy, it is understood that our souls are stars and black holes are simply stars turned upside down.
An unenlightened or unilluminated person is just that, a star upside down. When we erase our “karma”, what we are trying to do is erase any stagnant energy and turn on the light from the inside so that it shines brightly so that everyone can see it.
“One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious”
~ Carl Jung.
To do this, it is necessary to eliminate the layers of emotional and psychological conditioning of the mind as well as deep introspection (knowing oneself), which can be obtained through prolonged meditation as well as occult rituals and rights. of passage. (This may be the reason why, in freemasonry, the initiates are shown to draw a circle using a compass.)
Karma can then be thought of as layers of energy that form in your mind and radiate into your energy body. To pierce, you must first peel off the layers of yourself.
When you can forgive yourself and understand that your words and actions are created by the level of consciousness in which you exist, you have taken the first step towards karmic freedom. Releasing yourself from karma then becomes the simple act of healing yourself and letting your light shine through.
3. You are free:
Indoctrination, as widespread or extensive as it may be, should be viewed as such, originally presented as a doctrine of truth, which can later be lost in translation. Namely, due to the lack of direct experience of the soul.
Although I cannot refute the position of reincarnation because I firmly see it as a truth myself, I can, however, emphasize that it is not necessary to keep a karma score. Guilt will only become an obstacle to your spiritual development because it takes a lot of acceptance when you peel off the layers of your black hole to reach your light. You’re a star, you’re free, it’s time to shine.
Author: Hi! I am LJ Vanier and I am the creator of Soul Science Awakening You! I am deeply involved in spiritual practice and have experienced the paranormal since I was a young child. I am a indy author and am currently working on my next project Ether.