Karma: There is Karma … There is also Divine Grace …
The following material, from [the Readings of] Edgar Cayce, for me, gives a deeper/more complete perception [life lessons] of what IS rather than that of those who see “karma” as merely “punishment for past/past life transgressions” … that must be paid for in the sense of retribution.
I believe, too, that it may be that “bringers of light” who practice spiritual practices, be it — for example — BodyTalk, Thetahealing, Vibrational Realignment, Sound Healing or traditional Dianetics or Scientology, can open the door for others to heal in body, mind and spirit, but it’s deeply/ultimately up to [participation/learning of ] each person or by grace of Creator/God/Source.
What do you think? …
From the Edgar Cayce Reading, The Answer to Your Prayers
“Prayer is talking to God.
“According to the Edgar Cayce Readings, meditation is the other half of that conversation; meditation is listening to God. This paper outlines the steps you can follow in order to meditate according to the Readings (practice listening to God).”
For by grace you have
Been saved through faith,
And that not of yourselves;
it is the gift of God.
Not of works, lest any-
one should boast.
Law of Grace
“The law of grace supersedes the law of karma. If at one point we realize that we have done wrong and have truly learned our lesson, we may find ourselves dealing with the intervention of grace. This is when we can ‘dodge’ the corrective action of karma because we have come to realize that what we have done is wrong, and we go to work fixing this. However, grace is not an excuse to avoid our responsibilities and make up for them later. It only comes to us when we have truly gained understanding, and we move to use that understanding in our lives.
“Awareness of grace can come to us when we are facing a difficult situation and we call out for help. At that moment, it may feel as if someone has lifted an enormous weight off our shoulders, or we feel as if everything is going to be all right. It can come to us at a time when we feel down and suddenly we find the strength to continue, or in a moment of inspiration. Opening ourselves to grace can make our paths easier to travel.”
Posted on July 31, 2011, in Buddhism, Soul Cycles, TheWord, Universal Laws and tagged Bringers of Light, Christianity, Divine Grace, Edgar Cayce, Edgar Cayce Readings, Karma and Grace, Life Lessons, Listening to God. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.