Karma and Reincarnation
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Karma and Reincarnation
By Dr. George King
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Karma and reincarnation are increasingly popular concepts – but all too often little understood. This short booklet provides a simple, clear introduction to this vast, and sometimes complex, subject.
Booklet; 22 pages.
Recommended to anyone seeking a better understanding of karma and reincarnation – ideal for beginners.
From pages 8-9
Every action of magic, which means every conceivable thought and action, good or bad, virtually affects you in this life or in the next life. All action is magic. This is one of the main points I want people to understand and if we learn that one truth, we will become a lot wiser than we were before.
Such an appreciation will definitely help to shape your next life!
If there is one thing that a man can control, that is his Karmic pattern. All of you have this strictly under your own control.
You, and nobody else but you.
It is all yours for good or for what may seem to be bad. You can weave a Karmic pattern for yourself which will bring suffering or joy. Talking about suffering and joy, I would like to make it plain that we must agree most definitely with the Cosmic Master Aetherius when he said, “Man was not born to suffer pain and misery.”
Joy, good health, longevity, knowledge, illumination—these are the attributes of man’s birthright. He is entitled to them and, if he has not found them, there is only one person to blame and that is himself; not the man next door, nor environment; not the limiting materialism of this world, not all or any of these things—but himself!
From page 9
So man controls his own Karmic pattern every minute of every 24 hours, during both sleep and waking states. He controls and moulds a pattern for himself, which we will refer to as the Karmic pattern. Jesus, Buddha, Confucius, Lao-Tse, Patanjali, Sankacharya and all the Great Ones have referred to it. The Upanishads, the Bhagavad Gita, all the great books have also referred to it. If we want to come
more up to date, the Bible, The Twelve Blessings and The Nine Freedoms also mention it.
The Master Jesus put an interpretation of this Great Law in very simple language: He said, “As you sow—so shall you reap.” Mark well, not—so may you reap—but, “so shall you reap.”
The Lord Buddha explained this Great Law in a more scientific manner: He stated, “Action and re-action are opposite and equal.”
Man has his cooperation with this Law strictly under his own control. He can steer his ship onto the rocks any time he wishes, or he can steer his ship away from the rocks any time he wishes. One important point about this Law is that nobody is ever past redemption. Not even those who have risen to great Spiritual heights and have fallen from these heights, are past redemption. Whosoever says so is a fool!
We have then, this personal pattern, built up by our every thought and action, by our every mood and every emotion. It has to be rebuilt, if it is wrong; and it has to be transmuted, not only before we break from the wheel of rebirth, but before we get out of the cycle of suffering too.