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Daily Meditation: Thursday, August 2, 2001

Man cannot perform the slightest act without inevitably …

Daily Meditation:  Thursday, August 2, 2001

Man cannot perform the slightest act without inevitably triggering certain forces that, just as inevitably, produce certain effects. This notion of the relation of cause to effect was primordial in the original meaning of the word karma. It was only later that karma was taken to mean the debt incurred by past misdeeds.
Karma-yoga, one of the many different yogas that exist in India, is nothing more than a discipline that teaches individuals to develop themselves through disinterested activities destined to set them free. It is when man acts with covetousness, cunning and dishonesty that he begins to incur debts, and it is then that karma takes on the meaning that is now commonly attributed to it: punishment for faults committed in the past.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov


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