Is Karma a force in its own right. Does it help maintain the balance in the Universe?
The world of Maya changes continuously because the divine Lila is a rhythmic, dynamic play. The dynamic force of the play is karma, an important concept of Indian thought. Karma means “action”. It is the active principle of the play, the total universe in action, where everything is dynamically connected with everything else. In the words of the Gita, Karma is the force of creation, wherefrom all things have their life.
Unseen forces in the Universe manifested on earth.
Creating of opposites is a reflection of an unseen play of forces in the universe.
Karmic force is a kind of opposing force.
It contributes to the balance of the torus around the earth. The imbalance is created by us.
“The causality is said to be applicable not only to the material world but also to our thoughts, words, actions and actions that others do under our instructions”
I thought I could find a compelling argument that the Karmic forces are part of this collection of forces that also help to keep the pattern in the universe in balance:
The electromagnetic forces play a big part in unifying us. Perhaps consciousness itself is an EM force. These photons I gather might also play a big part in coupling the brain to consciousness.
All a matter of cause and effect, as in the words of “The Voice of the Silence”:
“Learn that no efforts, not the smallest—whether in right or wrong direction—can vanish from the world of causes. E’en wasted smoke remains not traceless. . . . In the “Great Journey,” causes sown each hour bear each its harvest of effects, for rigid Justice rules the World. With mighty sweep of never erring action, it brings to mortals lives of weal or woe, the Karmic progeny of all our former thoughts and deeds.”
Perhaps the best one can do is to get embedded in some sort of a big picture which we think is to a certain extent factual and in our daily life’s try and prove it to be true or not. Meet it head on with some knowledge and filter ourself’s via the silece of mind into the unseen in us and in that way becoming a complete entity, tangible and intangile:
While the tangible has advantages, it is the intangible that makes it useful, points out the Chinese Master Lao Tzu, writing in the Tao Te Ching in the 6th. century B.C.
Maat: they, the Egyptians, all felt that there is another at play which we could not see.
From the Mul Mantar, the first few lines from the Sikh prayer book, recited every morning:
name is the Truth,
the “being” is,
known by the Guru’s grace.
True at the beginning,
true through the ages,
is yet true,
and always will be true.
Is this what God looks like:
Just thinking aloud. Karmic forces. This and That. Good and bad. Apple and oranges. Drives the earthly forces. Maintaining balance with its play of energies.
We are here:
1st October 2019