Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
Apr 11, 1998 05:37 AM
by Dallas TenBroeck
In regard to the Karmic records. I was considering what we are
told of the properties of the Akasa -- that it automatically
records all things that happen.
If that is correct, then such interactive and permanent records
should be available. I obviously can't prove that
But as I say, If, that is true, then past, present and future are
very closely interlinked.
I recall a phrase in Mahatma Letters where the Writer to Mr.
Sinnett refers to an interview that he had in regard to a subject
with One who he said was wiser than he, and "before whom the
future lay like an open book." While no details are given, I
would assume that if one did have that power, then the logical
future that derives from past and present ought to be outlined,
if not details, then 'sketches.'
I do admit that those are my surmises.
>From: "Jerry Schueler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Friday, April 10, 1998 1:47 PM
>Subject: Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
>But Dallas, I cannot consider Karma as "complete" in any way.
>Chaos or uncertainty, like it or not, is a vital part of our
IS THERE REAL CHAOS ?=====
In a Universe of Law -- which is posited in the 2nd Fundamental
of the S D ( Vol. 1 pp. 16-17 ) where would there be room for
Chaos may exist in our concept because we cannot find the "cause"
of some effect that presents itself to us a circumstance. But
where would there be actual CHAOS ? And why, instinctively do we
seek to make order out of supposed "chaos ?"
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