posted on Mar, 19 2015 @ 01:29 PM
Reading Jesus from the New Testament and Jesus the Ascended Master, the fundamental idea is to basically live like a monk, be very humble, and help
whenever you can, for example, if you break someone's vase, then buy him two vases. If you only buy one, then all you've done is negated your
mistake, and has not earned any positive karma. The same logic applies when you kill in self-defense(in other words, killing in self-defense is
neutral. In fact, if you "got" killed unjustly, that's probably the quickest "clean" way to become god. At the very least, it will jolt your
karma meter/points quite a bit.)
Basically, do as many good deeds as you can, especially if it involves money. Someone asked, but wouldn't this put them in financial difficulties?
The answer is yes, but it's not a one-time process. To become god is a multiple time process, not a one-time deal. What it really comes down is that
in order to go to become gods, you must suffer. If you don't want to suffer greatly, then you have to suffer slowly, and giving up money is the
"quickest slow process" that doesn't involve humiliation or pain.
What you DON'T want to do is to go down to a planet worse than this, or even maintain the status quo. At the end of the day, most sins on Earth are
considered small scale and will only affect your reincarnations. If we suppose that 100 karma points are required to become gods, then lying is
probably worth -0.3, giving a homeless person 10% of your wealth is probably worth +3 points(note that it's the percentage of your wealth, not the
total amount that matters.) If you give up your house and willing to be homeless yourself, then you get 30 points immediately. Of course, no one is
actually willing to do that, but the concept is really no different from turning the other cheek, and that would truly prove that you love your
Before people get discouraged, it should be noted that we don't actually start out at 0. We start out at 50, and right now, most of us are probably
at 42, 43. In other words, most of us haven't really done anything to prove that we are "godlike," and have done mostly negative stuff, such as
lying, cheating(on tests), and cursing.
Ask yourself how much time you have actually devoted to community service, how much you have cursed, bragged instead of being "civilized"(in their
view, adultery is not an offense, because it involves consent, but putting down others is), how much time you'd rather spend watching TV instead of
helping others, and how much money that you could have possibly given. Basically, if you only care about yourself, then you won't get rewarded, and
if you keep doing negative stuff, then you know what happens when you get to 0. Basically, you get about 5-6 lifetimes to learn your lesson. And if
you keep acting immorally, selfishly, then chances are, the negative karma will just keep building up, and a humiliating event occurs to you(releasing
the karma, so to speak. Keep in mind that it'll probably take 3-4 lifetimes of constant lying, cheating and cursing for this to happen), so that your
karma meter never actually get to 0, and instead resets to 50, unless of course, you want it to get to 0 and take THAT penalty, which believe me is
not nearly as easy as it sounds(ask yourself whether you can handle burning for just a few hours, much less a month, although, I think 6 months are
probably the maximum penalty here).