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originally posted by: BestinShow
a reply to: JinMI
Perhaps Karma goes by the Peter-Pan rule. It only exists if you believe in it?
Nah..the rule you follow is to create multiple accounts to star yourself,then Google the link given and scan the comments for the best response and mirror it, as well as tweak your posts to ensure you connect with the current paradigms.
originally posted by: GoShredAK
In this life I have seen so many cases of individuals who live lives that should generate bad karma yet they seem to coast through life unaffected
Just as I have seen good people stricken with such unfortunate circumstances that it just does not seem fair.
So it is difficult for me to tell whether or not karma actually exists.
What Is The Law Of Accountability?
The Law of Accountability is also known as the Law of Attraction (what we put out we get back, what we express we receive). How we think each morning starts the process of creation. Thought is energy that we put into motion on the ethereal plane. It moves around us, through us and walks the path we walk until it manifests in physical form. Once in physical form, the event created by our thought will generate a reaction from us. Again, creating a thought that creates a pattern of energy that we put into motion. It's a cycle of energy that we establish around ourselves each moment of our lives. In other words, this is the Law of Accountability in action. What you put out, you get back. That law is not just for spells or rituals. It's for how you live your life and conduct yourself through out your life.
A belief that any energy put out into the divine universe will return to the sender three times. Ancient beliefs state the senders mind, body and spirit, (thus the threefold concept) is accountable for all actions. In actuality, this isn't really a law of return as much as it is a law of accountability. You are responsible for all your actions not just the results of those actions. So theoretically you are accountable at the time the action is created.
Outside of the rule of law, what are the consequences for bad actions besides being held accountable by other humans?