Karmic Accounts

January 24, 2018

Karmic Accounts

January 24, 2018

Positive and Negative Values

Our karmic dealings are very mathematical.

If we don’t cancel our karmic negative values with their opposite, which the positive opposite value tot eh negative value, the debt or the unbalance is paid or rectified with pain.

Why Pay with Pain

Sometimes we can only pay with pain, which maybe physical pain or psychological suffering.

We end up having to pay with pain because we are too asleep.

Too asleep to have not noticed that pain was coming and then to have corrected them, and too asleep to not have known how to counteract those errors.

Progress and Karma

When we have more dharma than karma in one specific area we can progress.

If our karma is heavier in value than our dharma we are delayed and we find ourselves locked in a payment cycle.

Each action has a karmic or dharmic value or weight. When the accumulated karmic weight of our actions outweighs our dharma we incur in debt and we are likable to have to pay that debt at some point.

That is why some errors do not have such grave consequences or results because we have dharma still to pay for them. But if we continue erring we will run out of dharma and then payment will bear down upon us and if we err and work we do ok but our progress is not as quick as it could be.

Conclusion

If we err the best thing to do is to get back up immediately and correct ourselves and continue working, that way we begin to accumulate dharma again so to counterbalance the karma we received from the error. It is a mistake to not get up again and continue working.

Positive and Negative Values

Our karmic dealings are very mathematical.

If we don’t cancel our karmic negative values with their opposite, which the positive opposite value tot eh negative value, the debt or the unbalance is paid or rectified with pain.

Why Pay with Pain

Sometimes we can only pay with pain, which maybe physical pain or psychological suffering.

We end up having to pay with pain because we are too asleep.

Too asleep to have not noticed that pain was coming and then to have corrected them, and too asleep to not have known how to counteract those errors.

Progress and Karma

When we have more dharma than karma in one specific area we can progress.

If our karma is heavier in value than our dharma we are delayed and we find ourselves locked in a payment cycle.

Each action has a karmic or dharmic value or weight. When the accumulated karmic weight of our actions outweighs our dharma we incur in debt and we are likable to have to pay that debt at some point.

That is why some errors do not have such grave consequences or results because we have dharma still to pay for them. But if we continue erring we will run out of dharma and then payment will bear down upon us and if we err and work we do ok but our progress is not as quick as it could be.

Conclusion

If we err the best thing to do is to get back up immediately and correct ourselves and continue working, that way we begin to accumulate dharma again so to counterbalance the karma we received from the error. It is a mistake to not get up again and continue working.

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