it is said that God forgives our each and every mistake. then, how does karma works, if every mistake is forgiven?
it is said that if someone does bad to u, his karma will definitely teach him its lesson. in fact, in my own family, i have myself seen 2-3 examples of karma. but, what if God forgives this "someone"..? then, karma won't work for him ?
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It depends on how you define "Karma"
Karma cant be the actions of a childish spitefull deity punishing people for misdeeds. It simply cant. Why isnt it? and how can i say that with such conviction? The simple answer is that I wouldnt operate a system like this. And if I wouldnt then it stands to reason that God wouldnt. Why? because were one thats why. If i wouldnt be this spitefull and childish, if I wouldnt hold peoples sins against them, and some outside deity would ,then we would have a situation where I would be more forgiving and mercifull that God!!
Now if that were to be the case i would suggest that everyone starts to worship me! Of course this is silly.
Most people that view Karma this way havnt had "THE revelation OF Jesus Christ" This revelation hasnt a thing in the world to do with being " saved" or not saved. Its quite simply when a person can literally and physically see Christ, as i have.
When this happens , and it surely will to us all, the teachings of modern day christianity become quite irrelevant. And youll know why when you experience this.
So back to "Karma" Its all really about cause and effect. What you sow " into your consciousness" is indeed reaped. God isnt mocked at all, Why? Because this world automatically mirrors what in our hearts. It mirrors our real beliefs, it has no choice. If a 30 stone man looks into a mirror he wont see a 12 stone man. The mirror reflects what we are spiritually or vibrationally.
Your busy sowing into consciousness every day, every second of every day.
Watch what you sow.
answered 03 May '13, 03:37
From what I have read about karma, it is because in actuality it is truly you who is judging yourself.
When you die, you will see every action you have ever done in this lifetime replayed back to you. However on top of this, you will also be shown through every other individual's eyes how you affected them as you are re-experiencing this replay. You will feel the effects of your actions in how it affected them, because you will be both people in these moments experiencing exactly how they experienced the effects of your actions on them. You will experience both perspectives of the actions that you did, for everything you did.
God himself does not judge. You judge yourself and through seeing your experiences being played from both sides and realizing how you actually affected someone, if it was in a negative way for example, it weighs on the soul and the soul wishes to correct this and make amends with this individual in order to remove this weight. This is is then from what I understand how you "build" karma.
Karma does not exist unless you accept it as a part of your reality. You can judge yourself and look at life in a way that will make you feel that karma is true but the truth is life is just happening.
I like to believe in The Law of Compensation. That those who get treated bad will be compensated, rather than ignorant people being punished for lacking in spiritual wisdom.
answered 01 May '13, 23:20
This is an excellent question!
Jesus said, those that live by the law die by the law.
This is living by karma, no matter how good we are we can't get to Heaven. Good deeds can't get us in, you have to be sinless to get into Heaven.
Here is an example, You are wearing a perfect white wedding dress before your wedding. You are eating a fudge sicle and drop it all over the dress. Now you wouldn't go to the wedding in that, it is ruined! Now let's say you just drip some on it. Again it is ruined and you can't get married. Okay calm down let's say you just drip one drop of fudge on it. No, not a chance it is still ruined.
That is how our souls are with sin, even getting angry at someone is like one drop, completely ruined. It only takes one drop of dye to change a full glass of water.
But the good news is if you accept Jesus, he washes away all sin! But this requires true repentance, being a changed person. This does not get you out of learning your lesson on earth, this is after life. If a lesson comes back on you, you must accept it without complaint. This forgiveness realeses you from feeling, undeserving, not worthy, from feeling bad, from guilt or shame of your past because you are a new creation in Christ.
Karma holds us accountable for our actions, it basically says that we are the architects of our own fate by the results of our past actions or present doings.
To be human means imperfection. Imperfection means mistakes. Life is a journey of learning (from our mistakes and more).
I'm actually disappointed by some of the answers I've seen posted here in response to your question. It seems so easy to 'solve our problem's' by taking God's message out of context. Accept personal responsibility for your actions instead of playing off of the mercy of your God. God also was big on telling us how to live right, I'm sure you have a few examples that come to mind.
Mankind was given free will, along with morality.
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