Saturday, May 19, 2018

The Karma You Carry


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Basically we have three tanks or holders of karma that we carry with us:

1.      the total tank of all your karma

2.      the karma you brought into this life

3.      the karma you are creating in this lifetime.

 

Before we can discover the lesson we have come here to learn, we must reincarnate. According to karma, in the last forty-eight minutes of your last life you had desires. These desires must then be realized again through this your next life. As we depart this earth we leave behind our bodies and our earthly senses. The soul cannot experience these desires without the help of the body and the senses so it chooses to return. These desires may be of an addictive nature, which means that the addiction, the drama, and the negativity will intensify in this and all the lifetimes to come unless we annihilate it. And to do that we will need to find emotional and physical balance, be flexible and open, remain strong and focused, and be aware of the nature of life; it is simply cause and effect. Let’s get to work.

 

There is also a special karma you create in this lifetime that will annihilate karma from the past, as well as in this lifetime and in future lifetimes.  Just remember karma is not retribution. It is an emotional and mental impetus from the past and that past could be one minute ago or many lifetimes ago.  Be on the lookout for this special karma. It will help you to prosper. What is it? Look for opportunities to practice kindness and you will discover it.


Saturday, May 12, 2018

Karma ~Everything Gets Balanced


 
 
 
 
If a person comes into this life able to sing, play an instrument, draw a picture without any effort, or easily undertakes any task, according to the laws of karma, he or she probably began the endeavor in a previous life. Therefore the doctrine of karma states that nothing in life comes instantaneously. Everything is the result of a long learning process.

Karma upholds the law of universal justice in that it answers the question; why me? Why was I born poor when others were born rich, or why are some born with physical and mental hardships while others easily move through the world? Why does a plane crash someone lives while other die? Where is there justice in the world? There is no such thing as justice. That’s why we need laws.  The law of Karma states there are no reward and punishment. Life is simply cause and effect. We are here to learn this valuable lesson. Life becomes what life does.

 

Before we are born we choose the circumstances in which we have the greatest opportunity to discover the nature of our earthly mission; what we are here to learn. To learn we must seek knowledge and then turn that knowledge into wisdom.  Be aware that karma is the way of action and every action (cause) has its effect. The universe is a perfect accounting system. Everything gets balanced. Be mindful and choose wisely.

Doctor Lynn

 

 


Saturday, May 05, 2018

What is Karma?


Sometimes in life it is better to define something by what it is not. That is probably the best way to understand karma. In our western world we often hear karma referred to as good or bad. Karma is not about judgment. Judgment is really a very subjective impression. Good and bad signify punishment or retribution if a deed is not morally correct. But, morally correct is also a subjective impression. Karma is not the impressions, but rather the result of certain actions.  Karma therefore is not about punishment or rewards, but simply the energy of cause and effect.

 

 
 
Essentially, the laws of karma state that every action, thought, word, or deed produces a physical or mental effect. It also produces an invisible intention or inclination. This proclivity is stored in your soul (the memory track of your spirit). Everything that we do, say, or think, affects us on all planes; body, mind, and soul.

 

Because the invisible effects of our actions are stored in our souls, they endure beyond our earth life, maintaining the potential to be energized in future lives. According to karma, the soul chooses the nature of its earthly experience based upon the desire to present itself with the potential to work through a piece or pieces of karma.

 

Karma is present energy that, under certain conditions, changes from invisible to visible form. We look upon these manifestations as either rewarding or punishing when in fact they are simply results of past actions and attitudes. Basically life becomes what life does.

 

All creation is the result of energy. The process of creation is change. So remember everything that happens is the result of past action, whether it happened a minute ago or lifetimes ago. Karma is a result of the past. Choose wisely.

Doctor Lynn



Saturday, April 28, 2018

Taming the Whirling Chaos of Life


 
 
 
The chaos of life will always be whirling around us.  But chaos can present us with opportunity for growth and the ability to reach higher states of being. We just need to realize that we have the power to turn chaos into opportunity. The chaos of life will challenge our sense of balance, our strength and our peace of mind. We must decide to either walk our soulful path or let the chaos of life sweep us into frenzy.  Just remember the basic nature of cosmic energy is chaos with the potential to create or destroy. How we use this energy depends upon our strength and our ability to bring balance to our lives. 
 
Cosmic energy, which can appear chaotic is void of judgement and so can move in any direction.  We just need to realize that we have the power to choose stability and balance over anguish, fear and pain. Discovering and harnessing this awareness we are empowered to continually create anew.  Whatever comes our ways we have the power to let it make us stronger or whirl us into a destructive chaotic frenzy. To find our strength and balance we must ground ourselves in the present moment, sit still, take a breath and then move towards creation rather than destruction.
 


 
Taming the chaotic nature of life is work and will not come without a lot of effort. That’s karma. It means action with moral consequences. The paradox is that although this work takes tremendous conscious effort, when living it, we find peace and tranquility. However, along the way there will be many temptations. The greatest temptation of all will be that of the ego. It is the ego that thinks it can justify anything and everything; even violence. It is the ego that throws up walls of division.  Consciously taming the ego we remove these walls and learn to embrace the unity of life and that is soul walking.   

Lesson - Can you consciously identify a vice you may need to change? Here is a hint— you’ll find it in your karma – read on.

Try to let go of negative feelings. Stress is at least one I know we all harbor..  Stand tall in warrior pose. Try not to feel anything accept using the strength of your body and the strength of your mind to connect with the consciousness of your soul. That is where your virtues lie and your vices can be extinguished.

Doctor Lynn