Re:Re: The "Eternal Present: and KARMA
Apr 12, 1998 06:47 PM
by Dr A M Bain
Alan jumping in here .... go to final para!
Jerry Schueler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>I was considering what we are
>>told of the properties of the Akasa -- that it automatically
>>records all things that happen.
>I agree, Dallas. It does. But not in the normal way that we think..
>Virtually nothing just "happens" but rather an event occurs that
>is experienced by individuals in their own individual way. Our
>memory is plastic, and even the karmic records are plastic.
>>If that is correct, then such interactive and permanent records
>>should be available. I obviously can't prove that
>I know that they do exist. The problem comes when we try to
>"read" them. They are, in fact, subject to subjective interpretation,
>just like actual events are.
This is probably one of the most important observations that can be
made. Anyone who "receives" a communication or and
"enlightenment" needs to be aware of this, to take it into account, and
only ever take the result to be a *working hypothesis"
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