karma

A Quote by Sol Luckman on evolution, conscious evolution, intelligent design, regenetics method, conscious healing, dna, dna activation, primordial tradition, galactic center, 2012, mayan calendar, enlightenment, consciousness, healing, unconditional lov

It is crucial that we understand the evolutionary engine behind this momentous developmental stage for our species, unconditional love, not as a weak abstraction but as an omnipotent creational force of torsion energy that birthed—as it is still birthing—everything in the multiverse, including ourselves. Unconditional love is aptly named because the creative principle of love places no conditions on its creations, allowing for the exercise of free will in the karmic cycle of evolving human consciousness. The Bible sums up this foundational concept in three words: God is love. For the ancient Egyptians and Mayans, to cite but two examples, such infinite love associated with the life-giving feminine principle emanates from Galactic Center, also called the Central or Healing Sun.

Sol Luckman

Source: Conscious Healing: Book One on the Regenetics Method, Pages: 101

Contributed by: Phoenix Center for Regenetics

A Quote by Wayne Dyer on karma, reaction, and how people treat you

How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.

Wayne Dyer

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A Quote by Raphie on kindness, karma, money, and what goes around comes around

Receive an ounce of kindness? Try to pass on two and it will even out in the end. If you don't know what I mean, try being the guy who collects the money at the end of a group dinner...

Raphie Frank

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A Quote by Bhagavad Gita on karma, action, fruits, and attachment

To Karma (action) alone hast thou a right and never at all to its fruits; let not the fruits of action be thy motive; neither let there be in thee any attachment to inaction.

Bhagavad Gita

Source: The Bhagvad Geeta

Contributed by: Soul

A Quote by Savage Garden on grass is always greener, savage garden, affirmation, lyrics, karma, and love

 Ibelieve in Karma what you give is what you get returned
I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned
I believe the grass is no more greener on the other side
I believe you don't know what you've got until you say goodbye

Savage Garden

Source: Lyrics from the song Affirmation

Contributed by: landinn

A Quote by Bonnie Myotai Treace on zen, practice, and karma

A practitioner of Zen is most basically one whose life is awakening each moment to that threshold, the still point where all the possibilities exist. To practice is to release oneself from the momentum of the past, the karma of what seems to be indicated as the only next step.

Bonnie Myotai Treace

Source: 2003 mountain record:the zen practioners journal, via the best buddhist writing 2004. melvin mcleod, ed.

Contributed by: mistwalker

A Quote by XD on learning, searching, changing, karma, and love

May you continue learning, searching and changing. May the winds of karma (fate, kismet) blow you to places of love, people of love and may you find the teachings you need to grow and have fun with.

XD XD

Contributed by: livegracefully

A Quote by JiYo Agacki on death, life, and karma

This life is gonna' be the death of me!

JiYo Agacki

Source: Ji Yo Agacki

Contributed by: JiYo

A Quote by JiYo on buddhism, karma, and life

If this Karma thing is true,  must've been a mean old bastard in a previous life to have gotten this one now!

JiYo Agacki

Source: JiYo Agacki

Contributed by: JiYo

A Quote by Paramahansa Yogananda on meditation, service, karma, self realization, bhagavad gita, yogananda, and nirvikalpa

The inactive man does not do his duty to his Creator or to the society that maintains him.  The recluse who devotes his entire life to sincere effort in meditation fulfills part of his duty by trying to find and love God, and thus,spiritualize his own life.  To improve oneself is to help society by the example of virtue and by making at least one of its members good!  

But the yogi (monastic or householder) who does his duty to God, and also to the world through some form of uplifting service, is the most highly evolved type of being.  He becomes a master (asiddha) when by such dutiful action he attains the supreme inactive state (nirvikalpa God-union), which is free from karmic effects of actions and is filled with the bliss of Spirit.  

Paramahansa Yogananda (1893 - 1952)

Source: God Talks with Arjuna: The Bhagavad Gita, Pages: Volume 1, 347

Contributed by: David

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