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Quotes in topic
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Conscious action does not produce karma – instinctive reaction does.
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Your likes and dislikes are the very foundation of your karma.
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Karma means ultimate responsibility. You even take responsibility for your very Birth and Death.
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You have no choice about what the world does to you. But what you make out of it is entirely yours – this is Karma.
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The first and foremost step you need to take is to see that your life is your Karma; it is your making. Without seeing that, your life is not really yours.
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If you use your activity to entangle yourself – that is called karma. If you use the same activity to liberate yourself – that is called Dharma.
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Essentially, karma means moving life from compulsive reaction to conscious action.
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What is happening within you and how you experience your life is entirely your making – your karma.
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Karma is about shifting responsibility from heaven to yourself. In this, you become the very maker of your own destiny.
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Karma means to take charge of your life. By making your karma a more conscious process, you become the master of your own destiny.
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Whatever you do, just check – is it all about you, or is it for the wellbeing of All. This settles any confusion about good and bad karma.
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The significance of Ancestral Influence upon our making cannot be overstated. There are ways and means to ensure Ancestry works as a stepping stone, not a trap. This Day is dedicated to that.
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Karma means your life is your making. Karmic accumulation can either be a Boost or Burden – that is your choice.
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Karma functions through certain tendencies. But with some awareness and focus, you can push it in the direction that you wish.
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If you dismantle your karmic structure completely, you merge with existence. This is what mukti or ultimate liberation means – to become free from the very process of life, birth, and death.
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No matter what kind of karma you gathered in the past, this moment’s karma is always in your hands.
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Who you are is your making. Once you understand this, at least you must make yourself to your own liking.
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Conscious action does not produce Karma - reaction does.
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You being a pleasant piece of life is one hundred percent in your hands, if you take charge of it.
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Karma means you are the maker of your life
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Karma means both action and memory. There is no memory without action and no action without memory.
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Devotion demolishes karma and leads to liberation.
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Of all kinds of karma, using occult forces for one's own benefit or to the harm of others has the worst consequences for oneself.
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If you become truly meditative, you will be beyond karma.
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There can be no effect without a cause.
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Karma yoga does not mean service. It means transcending the compulsiveness of action.
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Karma means ultimate responsibility. You even take responsibility for your genetics.
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Whatever you know about yourself and your life is nothing but karmic substance, not your being.