Karma

I am not a scientist, but science, particularly quantum physics, intrigues me. Recently I came upon a book entitled Entangled Minds by Dean Radin, a senior scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences in Petaluma, California, which advances the thesis that the concept of entanglement in quantum theory may explain psychic faculties and parapsychological phenomena. I have become sufficiently emboldened to suggest that this concept might well apply to a well-known and long accepted principle in numerous spiritual traditions—the law of karma.  Radin does point out early in his book that there are “two flavors of stupidity: Just Plain Stupid and Mentally Deficient.” To avoid being categorized under one or other of those two “flavors,” I propose to tread cautiously on some unexplored aspects of karma, raising more questions than I intend to answer in any definitive manner.

1897 - Besant, the Founder/President of the Theosophical Society delivers the fourth in a series of manuals designed to meet public demand for a simple exposition of Theosophical teachings with the hope that it will lead the reader to penetrate more deeply into its philosophy, its science and its religion. This fascinating book deals with the subject of Karma.

 

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Karma is a law of spiritual dynamics that can be related to every act in daily life. ''Karma'' is a Sanskrit word, meaning action and implies the entire cycle of cause and effect. The law refers particularly to the accumulation of effects brought about by causes set in motion through our attitudes and actions in the past, and includes the new causes initiated in the present that will result in future effects.

Physics demonstrates that no particle of energy can be emitted without a natural result following. A stone tossed into the air returns to earth as a result of the law of gravity. Similarly, in life, as we bring together actions, thoughts and feelings, the result may follow at once or be postponed in accordance with obscure factors. All thought, desire and action disturb, in some measure, the equilibrium through a process of readjustment. The operation of this law is as truly a moral law as it is a physical law and can be directly observed as such.

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Vivekananda Study Circle

Reincarnation, Karma, Life After Death
"A Second Look at the Law of Karma"
— Lectures by Manly P. Hall

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George Cotter, a dedicated student of Theosophy for more than 35 years, speaks about The Law of Karma and talks about how it is the most important law of God's scheme and how this law affects our every action, every emotion, and every thought on this and other planes of life. He says that in turn, our every actions, emotions, and thoughts affects the Law of Karma.

Home with Theosophy - Karma

At Home with Theosophy is a webinar program presented by Pablo Sender for the study and discussion of classical Theosophical books. This series explores Annie Besant's classic work, "Karma." 2015.At

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Theosophy UK Karma and Reincarnation

Eric Mcgough presents a talk on "Karma and Reincarnation" part of the TS Diploma Course.

Recorded at the "Harvest Moon" Holyhead 31 March 2012.

A synopsis of the idea of Karma from the vantage point of the Perennial Philosophy, Gupta Vidya, or known today as Theosophy.

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