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Theos-World Re: white brotherhood and war

Feb 15, 2003 02:54 AM
by Katinka Hesselink " <>

I don't believe that any action can be beyond karma. The actor can 
avoid being attached to the result, but that is as far as I think one 
can avoid responsibility. The same goes for any God. 

--- In, "Morten Nymann Olesen" <global-
theosophy@a...> wrote:
> Hi all of you,
> I just want to say, that God - ParaBrahman (i.e. Not this, Not 
that) is
> beyond Karma - and can interfere in a certain
> special sense - without 'acting' or using 'actions' at all in the 
> which humans often tend to sort of think of it.
> Gods - Parabrahmans esoteric 'grace' is immediately and happens 
when God -
> ParaBrahman choses to
> 'do' so.
> God - ParaBrahman is the master of time, space and Karma.
> God - ParaBrahman sometimes choses a longterm solution to karmic 
problems !
> And at other times not.
> Strange, difficult to comprehend or what...- or just too easy. >:-)
> The cosmos and our lifes are filled with that beautifull force God -
> ParaBrahman.
> - Let us use it.
> Let us become - Not this and Not that - but so very much beyond the
> thoughts...
> Let us just put it like this:
> 'Being' God -ParaBrahman is easy. Not 'being' so must be very 
> from
> M. Sufilight with peacefull sort of actions...

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