posted on Jan, 8 2009 @ 07:15 PM
Originally posted by nastalgik
I don't believe in karma but I might as well try to.
You'd be surprised at how accurate a concept karma is. If Karma says that positive begets positive and negative begets negative then there is
actually physiological proof that it is a valid concept.
Dreams are a physiogical process that takes the recent experience(s) of an individual and 'downloads' them into long term memory...it is why the
body needs to shut down; to focus primarily on what occurred and how best to route them (the process, of course, is automatic).
So if you had a good day then those days experiences will get 'downloaded' into long term memory as positive - along with the environmental stimulii
and associations that occurred. Same goes for bad days.
The problem comes when you have too many negative - or neutral - experiences in a row with the same topic/subject/idea/person(s)/things etc....your
memory is remembering what it was like in the past and will prep the body for reaction in kind (I can prove this with very lengthy and in-depth links
looking at the amygdala; check out my first post in my Subliminal Research Project on ATS ) which usually leads to similar experiences.
You can break the chain but only if you are aware of how your body works and operates. It also doesn't hurt to try new things so as to start a new
'chain' of events by which to base future experience and behaviors. The new creation of a new 'chain' is actually how cults and Scientology
retain there new members...though personal awareness of this process and well thought out reflection of one's self will tend to encourage a more
diverse social interaction which negates the cult association.
The human mind and body is a strange thing indeed and only through reasoned action can we change our fate...
I hope any of this makes sense and as well I hope that this may help with your endeavor...