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jennifer Markman
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 Posted: Thu Mar 5th, 2009 08:08 pm
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What does Abraham think about karma and darma?::tramp::tramp:: Jennifer

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 Posted: Thu Mar 5th, 2009 08:25 pm
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Jennifer,

I've never heard Abraham use the term "darma" and I am not even sure I know what it is, however, I do understand the term "karma" as it is most often used and Abraham has repeatedly said "There is no such thing as karma".  They are very clear that when we leave this physical life (or any life before or after this one) we re-emerge into Pure Positive Energy, and we retain nothing of the resistance or negativity, or anything that did not feel good while we were here.  And when we come back, while we do retain our "growth" and the "evolution" of our beingness, we do NOT have to "pay back" or "fix" anything that happened that wasn't to our, or anyone else's, liking.  We never come into a physical life to fix anything (nothing's broken) or to make up for anything, or to balance out our experience as in "I was the victim last time now it's your turn".  None of that. Abraham has been asked the question about karma many  many times and their answer is clear.  There is no such thing. Sometimes this makes people feel uncomfortable, as they may have been hoping that Abraham would say that the Hitlers and Sadams would come back and suffer, but nope - that's just not the way it is. We live in a no-fault-can't-get-it-wrong Universe, and we ALL get to emerge into PPT when we "croak" and we all come back pure as the driven snow when we re-emerge into physical.  The phrase "it's all good" is really true when it comes to the vibrational Universe, which is where we live!


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 Posted: Thu Mar 5th, 2009 08:28 pm
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Dharma is the teachings of Buddha.

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You know coming back as pure as the driven snow makes so much more sense to me than having to figure out and make up for what I did before.  That would make me so depressed when I thought about it.

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 Posted: Thu Mar 5th, 2009 11:25 pm
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"Next? (Laughter from audience that goes on for a while. Someone else takes the microphone.)

Q: My question is about karma.

Abe: There isnt any.

Q: Thats (stops and laughs)….

Abe: Next. (Laughter from audience.) Back row….

Q: You said ‘fate’ one time. We’re fated.

Abe: Say it again?

Q: You said we’re fated. That we are fated. And what did ‘fated’ mean? I connected that to karma.

Abe: Well, karma in the way most people mean it, there isnt any of that. Because….

Q: But ‘so you reap,’ karma, fate and all….

Abe: Well, there is that. In other words, what you sow you do reap because Law of Attraction says that which you offer vibrationally is that which you bring back. But it does not pass on from lifetime to lifetime to lifetime in the negative sense that people mean because when you re-emerge into nonphysical, you re-emerge into pure positive energy, and when you come forth into your next incarnation, you come forth from that place of pure positive energy.

Q: So all of that that I was taught as a child and all this that Ive been working through is all bullshit?

Abe: Yes. (Laughter from audience.) Yes."

— Abe — North Los Angeles, CA, 3/22/03

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 Posted: Thu Mar 5th, 2009 11:55 pm
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Right ON!!!

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 Posted: Fri Mar 6th, 2009 08:25 am
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the concept of Karma cannot stand against the idea that there is only well being. there is just well being as an intention intate in us all(we all just want to feel better) but, there is also our resistance to it through focus on unwanted things. The idea that this is some kind of earth school just can't stand up against this amazing insight into our non physical intention. It is evident everywhere as we focus on a subject...I JUST WANT TO FEEL BETTER!

Abe said :  there is nothing more important than I/you/we feel good. :beautiful:

Last edited on Fri Mar 6th, 2009 08:30 am by Yeslist

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 Posted: Fri Mar 6th, 2009 08:30 am
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Imagine how many spiders would come back to get me if Karma were the case?

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 Posted: Fri Mar 6th, 2009 09:24 am
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Nicolep wrote:
Imagine how many spiders would come back to get me if Karma were the case?


Good point! ::cool

All this karma and Earth is school talk makes me feel physically ill. ::chin I'm so glad it's nothing like that.


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