Perpetuating Karma

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William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, talks about the mistakes we make and the consequences. This information is a follow-up from the previous posting.

Questioner: Does that mean if you have a lot of karmic debt and come back and you have planned a life of service but it is relatively peaceful and you start making the wrong decisions, is that sort of unleashing all that load, all the karmic debt, is it more forceful then if you start making the wrong decisions?

The Council: Well, you generally make decisions of less and less quality which causes you more and more problems. Do you understand?

Questioner: Yes.

The Council: So what happens then is you perpetuate the karmic debt and you add to it. The karma does not dictate tremendous pain and suffering. Karma is paying the price for what you have done, that is all things will return to you. Well, what creates karma is your withholding of love, and when you do this, this creates all types of problems for yourself and for others. So, doesn't it make sense that if you plan out a life of service and love to others that that should peacefully correct the karma? Unfortunately, the ego fouls you up again. You do not follow the original plan. Does that answer the question?

Questioner: Yes.

The Council: Man has been taught that karma means suffering and pain. Well, that is man's understanding of the law of the Divine, but that is not the way that the law of the Divine must work. You make it into a situation where that is the way it works, but it is not necessary for it to work that way. If you have done dastardly things in previous lifetimes, the only way that you can correct those things is through love, loving yourself and loving others. So, doesn't it make good common sense to plan out a life of love and service to correct your karmic debt? Well, whether it makes sense to you or not, that is the way the law goes, that is the universal constant that exists. Love is the pathway to growth and evolvement, but you people just do not want to look at life and your existence in those terms.

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why decisions of less and

why decisions of less and less quality? facts of life show that it's all the way around, grownups on the spiritual path make decisions of less quality compared to children or juveniles?

Jasmin | Sat, 05/21/2016 - 09:52