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Karma your life - how to find - who am i - arise roby dreams

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Sin is bad. Simply it's called fruits of karma. So believing in karma means believing that good thing comes to good person and bad things comes to those who is bad. In another context or sense karma also means perpetual succession of cause and effect where every effect is a new cause.

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Karma your life - how to find - who am i - arise roby dreams

  1. 1. KARMA ‟For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”
  2. 2. CAN’T AVOID • Karma is energy, which in itself is neither good nor bad; these are just the labels people choose to attach to it. The energy created by an action has to be returned: “As yea sow so shall yea reap.” It cannot be avoided. • Actions, memories, and desires are the Karmic software that run your life.
  3. 3. WHO AM I ??? • Your spiritual path involves releasing the Karma that is clouding your awareness, allowing you to remember who you really are. Of course, releasing Karma doesn’t mean you lose all your memories and desires; it means you lose your attachment to them and are no longer held under their influence. • As the great seer Adi Shankara said, “I use memories but I don’t allow them to use me.”
  4. 4. Make Conscious Choices • Your choices also determine the quality of new Karma being created and stored to be released as future events in your life. It’s important, therefore, to be conscious of the choices you are making and ask yourself: • Do these choices serve me and those who may be affected by them? Are my decisions coming from my heart and higher self or my ego?
  5. 5. Forgive • This an important aspect of your spiritual growth. First, accept that what has happened has happened. • Then, see if you can, without judgment or evaluation, understand why it happened. • Finally, try to forgive whoever you feel may have harmed you; it’s always possible to forgive the person even if you cannot forgive the act.
  6. 6. Foster Gratitude • Forgiveness is hard for most people, and gratitude can also be challenging. • However, if you believe that everything that happens to you is past Karma being released, then each time you release Karma, it is gone. Isn’t that cause for celebration? Try to be grateful for everything in your life.
  7. 7. Look for Growth Opportunities • Any challenging situation gives you two choices. You can see the situation as a problem and waste your life complaining about it, or you can recognize that it happened and ask, “How can I learn and grow from this?” • If you see it as a problem, you can get drawn into lower energy, which recreates the same Karmic energy, and you make no progress. Looking for growth opportunities allows you to release the Karma and remain free to move ahead on your spiritual journey.
  8. 8. Does Astrology is a Remedy YES or NO • An astrological chart gives a picture of your Karmic probabilities. A competent astrologer can interpret your chart and give you advice concerning the possible effects Karma will play in different areas and at different times of your life. • Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a spiritual teacher, used to say, “Everything is set but everything can be changed.” Astrology gives you the insight to make the necessary changes. As the Yoga Sutras say, “Avert the danger which has not yet come.”
  9. 9. DHARMA • Vedanta says that if you understand Dharma and Karma, you will know everything. Dharma is usually defined as purpose or truth. • When you find your true purpose in life and live in total alignment with that, your actions will become spontaneously correct and you will never create Karma.
  10. 10. MEDITATION • With regular practice, you begin to live from that level of infinite possibilities instead of the limited possibilities created by Karma. Meditation realigns you with your true self, leads you back to your true purpose (Dharma) and allows you to “wash” away Karma on all levels. • Commitment to your spiritual path is the key to escaping from the Karmic prison you have created for yourself—and to enjoy unbounded freedom in every moment.
  11. 11. Thanks to the Author Roger Gabriel (Raghavanand) Chopra Center Educator • Born in Liverpool, England, Roger Gabriel spent his formative years in the United Kingdom and first learned meditation there in the early 1970s. It instantly became his passion and he soon trained to be a meditation teacher under Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. After moving to the U.S., Roger began studying Ayurveda, the ancient Indian system of health care. In 1985, while helping to establish centers for Ayurveda and meditation, he met and became friends with Deepak Chopra. Since then, Roger has assisted Deepak with numerous training programs, seminars, and workshops; taught thousands of people on all continents to meditate

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