World's Best Karma Famous Quotes & Sayings

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32 World's Best Karma Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

World's Best Karma Sayings By Hope Bradford: The Internet was always destined to be ... The framework for its invention has always The Internet was always destined to be ... The framework for its invention has always existed so to one day provide a vehicle for Critical Mass Consciousness. Through its speed and convenience, the Internet has the power for global and indeed universal transformation. Critical Mass Consciousness can work with the Law of Attraction to actualize an abundant global paradigm for all. Naturally, there is also an opportunity for misuse. How this medium is used on a personal and mass level will determine this culture's past and future karma ... You're at page ten but I understand the entire evolution. In reality, it's already over. It's a dream. Remember? You're living a dream. It's very complicated to hold the dream and live the dream. You are learning the art of juggling the dream and the world of dreams."-Kuan Yin (from "Critical Mass Consciousness: Kuan Yin Speaks on Humanity's Evolutionary Potential — Hope Bradford
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World's Best Karma Sayings By Frederick Lenz: So, those who hate, those who are violent in nature, live in a world of So, those who hate, those who are violent in nature, live in a world of hate and fear and violence inside themselves, inside their minds, inside their awareness. — Frederick Lenz
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World's Best Karma Sayings By Frederick Lenz: Have the courage to be selfless in a world were such qualities are not admired. Have the courage to be selfless in a world were such qualities are not admired. Dare to be differnt. Be crazy! — Frederick Lenz
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World's Best Karma Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: In both pleasant experience producing karma effect (shata vedaniya) and unpleasant experience producing karma effect In both pleasant experience producing karma effect (shata vedaniya) and unpleasant experience producing karma effect (ashata-vedaniya), there is indeed a constant inner burning (antardaah, inner suffering). But because one has moorcha (worldly engrossment/fascination due to deluded worldly view), one does not notice it; he remains in a state similar to being unconscious. — Dada Bhagwan
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World's Best Karma Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: God does remain in a state of witnessing (sakshibhav), but that is a worldly God. God does remain in a state of witnessing (sakshibhav), but that is a worldly God. Worldly God means witnessing through 'egoism'. If one constantly remains in the witnessing state, then he would not bind karma. — Dada Bhagwan
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World's Best Karma Sayings By Kiera Goodwin: Buddhists Believe In Reincarnation Buddhists don't believe reincarnation but they believe in rebirth. Reincarnation is Buddhists Believe In Reincarnation Buddhists don't believe reincarnation but they believe in rebirth. Reincarnation is about endless and set identity that moves from life to another, having the same emotions and memories with it. While rebirth on the other hand doesn't carry any memories or emotions you had in your past life, it is simply a small inscription of them in what's we called karma. Reincarnation and rebirth are rationally different concepts. Reincarnation is a belief that every person has a soul, and the soul travels to another body once their previous body dies. Rebirth explains that there's no permanent thing in the world. Every living creature is a nonstop accumulation of changing conditions that establish the body and mind. — Kiera Goodwin
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World's Best Karma Sayings By Dacha Avelin: An experienced witch does not rely on karma. She relies on magickal justice. An experienced witch does not rely on karma. She relies on magickal justice. — Dacha Avelin
World's Best Karma Sayings By Manasa Rao: I haven't been to a temple in years, never been forced. My folks always said, I haven't been to a temple in years, never been forced. My folks always said, marry a nice human being, religion doesn't matter. They said your god is inside you! Don't you forget that. Krishna, Jesus, Allah, are all one. Follow vegetarianism as far as you can, but you can choose your own diet, doesn't matter. Believe in god, but for you and not because the world asks you to. Forgive and forget to be at peace. Do not believe in revenge, believe in karma!! — Manasa Rao
World's Best Karma Sayings By Stephen Batchelor: As for the law of moral causation ('karma'): this is human justice dressed up as As for the law of moral causation ('karma'): this is human justice dressed up as cosmic justice and then imputed to the impersonal workings of the natural world. — Stephen Batchelor
World's Best Karma Sayings By Chris Pine: I believe in luck and fate and I believe in karma, that the energy you I believe in luck and fate and I believe in karma, that the energy you put out in the world comes back to meet you. — Chris Pine
World's Best Karma Sayings By Danny Wallace: The sad thing is, I was discovering that you almost have to make a joke The sad thing is, I was discovering that you almost have to make a joke of being good to strangers. Up and down the country, these people doing their good deeds were doubtless being seen as slightly eccentric, when in reality and in an ideal world they should be deemed the most normal people of all. — Danny Wallace
World's Best Karma Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Whatever the world does, is indeed all a natural discharge [disposal of karma]. You may Whatever the world does, is indeed all a natural discharge [disposal of karma]. You may chant God's name, you may do penance; it is all nature's discharge. If someone garlands you, how is he obliging you? And if someone picks your pocket, how is he hurting you? One is instrumental in the charging (creation of new karma), but in the discharge, it is only nature's doing. This is the ultimate vision of the Vitraags, the Enlightened ones free of attachment. — Dada Bhagwan
World's Best Karma Sayings By Upamanyu Chatterjee: The Collectorship of Madna is the seventh post that he has held in eight years. The Collectorship of Madna is the seventh post that he has held in eight years. He is quite philosophic about the law that governs the transfer of civil servants; he sees it as a sort of corollary to the law of karma, namely, that the whole of life passes through innumerable and fundamentally mystifying changes, and these changes are sought to be determined by our conduct, our deeds (otherwise, we would quite simply lose our marbles); only thus can we even pretend to satisfactorily explain the mystery of suffering, which is a subject that has troubled thoughtful souls all over the world since time immemorial. It is also a hypothesis that justifies the manifest social inequalities of the Hindu community. — Upamanyu Chatterjee
World's Best Karma Sayings By Rama Swami: One has to reap the fruits of his karma. The law of karma is inevitable One has to reap the fruits of his karma. The law of karma is inevitable and is accepted by all the great philosophies of the world: 'As you sow, so shall you reap.' — Rama Swami
World's Best Karma Sayings By Alexandra Elle: Love your neighbor, even the ones who do not show you the same courtesy. You Love your neighbor, even the ones who do not show you the same courtesy. You can't expect to receive love if you're selective and not really willing to give it. What you put into the world, you will indeed get back, even if it's not from the person you're expecting it to be. — Alexandra Elle
World's Best Karma Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: In this world, it is not worth finding anyone's faults. One becomes bound (by karma) In this world, it is not worth finding anyone's faults. One becomes bound (by karma) by finding faults. — Dada Bhagwan
World's Best Karma Sayings By Frederick Lenz: It's always said that when one is a soldier who dies in battle, you go It's always said that when one is a soldier who dies in battle, you go to a very high world. There's a great and good karma for the soldier who dies in battle because it's an extended selfless giving. — Frederick Lenz
World's Best Karma Sayings By Dada Bhagwan: Whatever activity one sees in this world, it is discharge of previously charged karma. Man Whatever activity one sees in this world, it is discharge of previously charged karma. Man has nothing to do with it. He only does egoism here of, 'I did samayik (introspective meditation).' He creates a karmic account! He becomes entrapped! He takes enjoyment from tasting sweetness of subtle pride of doer-ship. — Dada Bhagwan
World's Best Karma Sayings By Hazrat Inayat Khan: No doubt it often happens that a child possesses qualities of his ancestors which were No doubt it often happens that a child possesses qualities of his ancestors which were perhaps missing in his parents, or even two or three generations back; however, this is another heritage, a heritage which is known to us as such. I might express this by saying that a soul borrows a property from the spheres of the jinn, and a more concrete property from the physical world; and as it borrows this property, together with this transaction it takes upon itself the taxation and the obligations as well as the responsibilities which are attached to the property. Very often the property is not in proper repair, and damage has been done to it, and it falls to his lot to repair it; and if there be a mortgage on that property that becomes his due. Together with the property he becomes the owner of the records and the contracts of the property which he owns. In this is to be found the secret of what is called Karma. — Hazrat Inayat Khan
World's Best Karma Sayings By Mindy McGinnis: In a world like this, you pay it forward, 'cause more than likely you didn't In a world like this, you pay it forward, 'cause more than likely you didn't deserve it when you got it the first time. — Mindy McGinnis
World's Best Karma Sayings By Carmen Harra: In America, karma is best expressed in popular phrases like what goes around, comes around In America, karma is best expressed in popular phrases like what goes around, comes around and what you sow, you will reap. Karma has also been referred to as having a boomerang effect where the thoughts and actions that you send out into the world turn around and come back at you ... Jesus says, Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Karma goes a step further and dictates that What you do unto others will come back to you. I think Jesus and the Hindus really had the same idea. Think about that the next time you want to say or do something nasty to someone else! — Carmen Harra
World's Best Karma Sayings By Nina Hagen: As long as karma exists, the world changes. There will always be karma to be As long as karma exists, the world changes. There will always be karma to be taken care of — Nina Hagen
World's Best Karma Sayings By Gwen Mitchell: Looking down from the heavens, she saw how small, and yet how important each human Looking down from the heavens, she saw how small, and yet how important each human life is. Drops in the bucket of eternity. She saw her minute place in the organic machine of the Cosmos, witnessed the give and take and the slow, steady swinging of life's pendulum. The world relies on order, pattern, and repetition. The earth spins and swings around the sun with rational, mathematical predictability.

But she also saw the chaotic nature of things. No matter what, you can never know with certainty what will happen. Lightening can strike, the ground can open up and swallow you, and the very air you breathe can tear your life away. — Gwen Mitchell
World's Best Karma Sayings By Kelton Wright: So when people asked me why I was moving away from the city of my So when people asked me why I was moving away from the city of my dreams, I asked them why I wouldn't. It's not about greener pastures. It's never been about that. All it's ever been about is exploring and falling and pulling myself back together. Every time I do, I get stronger. I get faster. I get smarter. I get sweeter, hungrier, and happier. Dreams are mobile, fate doesn't live in one city, and karma is your shadow. I was offered a career opportunity that knocked quietly. It wasn't a million dollar check on my doorstep, it was more like the passing words of a stranger at a bar that change your perspective of the world. Something clicked and I had to accept. — Kelton Wright
World's Best Karma Sayings By Jonathan Haidt: When bad things happen to good people, we have a problem. We know consciously that When bad things happen to good people, we have a problem. We know consciously that life is unfair, but unconsciously we see the world through the lens of reciprocity. The downfall of an evil man (in our biased and moralistic assessment) is no puzzle: He had it coming to him. But when the victim was virtuous, we struggle to make sense of his tragedy. At an intuitive level, we all believe in karma, the Hindu notion that people reap what they sow. The psychologist Mel Lerner has demonstrated that we are so motivated to believe that people get what they deserve and deserve what they get that we often blame the victim of a tragedy, particularly when we can't achieve justice by punishing a perpetrator or compensating the victim. — Jonathan Haidt
World's Best Karma Sayings By Zeena Schreck: The core practice of magic is: The execution of a willed intent to create change The core practice of magic is: The execution of a willed intent to create change in the material world, which either defies, hastens or purifies the consequences of natural cause and effect. — Zeena Schreck
World's Best Karma Sayings By Russell Simmons: If you give a good thing to the world, then over time your karma will If you give a good thing to the world, then over time your karma will be good, and you'll receive good. — Russell Simmons
World's Best Karma Sayings By Thomas Jefferson: Such is the moral construction of the world that no national crime passes unpunished in Such is the moral construction of the world that no national crime passes unpunished in the long run ... Were present oppressors to reflect on the same truth, they would spare to their own countries the penalties on their present wrongs which will be inflicted on them in future times. The seeds of hatred and revenge which they sow with a large hand will not fail to produce their fruits in time. Like their brother robbers on the highway, they suppose the escape of the moment a final escape and deem infamy and future risk countervailed by present gain. — Thomas Jefferson
World's Best Karma Sayings By Tushar Upreti: I am not the #Prisoner of my #Past neither the #Slave for my #Future !! I am not the #Prisoner of my #Past neither the #Slave for my #Future !! — Tushar Upreti
World's Best Karma Sayings By Jason Mraz: How we treat food is how we treat ourselves. Eating and buying organic means we're How we treat food is how we treat ourselves. Eating and buying organic means we're committed to a healthier world overall. It's good karma. — Jason Mraz
World's Best Karma Sayings By Jeroninio Almeida: Everyone is waiting for someone to change the world and no one seems to be Everyone is waiting for someone to change the world and no one seems to be doing much. Now what if everyone started thinking that someone who can change the world is me? This simple thinking will make all the difference to change our world. — Jeroninio Almeida
World's Best Karma Sayings By Beth Hoffman: I'd never heard of a holy man named after a llama. I'd never heard of I'd never heard of a holy man named after a llama. I'd never heard of a great, gaping vagina. And I didn't know a thing about the black boomerang of karma. all I knew for sure was this: I had been plunked into a strange, perfumed world that, as far as I could tell, seemed to be run entirely by women. — Beth Hoffman