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Between Absolute and Relative Karma

Why would one want to escape Karma?

The origins of Karma are rooted far in the past. It relates back to each soulís most original awakening to its Spiritual Identity at the Babyhood of humanityís age Ė back in the ages of Edenic Experiences, now only acknowledged in myths and legends.

Thus, there are two kinds of karma. There is The Absolute Karma, the karma of all karmas: that which determines the Spiritual Essence or Identity of a soul. The Ancient Wisdom refers to it in Arabic as the ďMeem of SoulsĒ that is imprinted upon it since its initiation. This karma relates to the Soul most original stance towards the Adamic Appearance of God.

The other kind of karma is the one most popular, The Relative Karma, that relates to the soulís countless experiences in space and time throughout its many reincarnations and the effect one experience has over the other.

The Relative Karma:

Upon death, a soul is drawn to re-embody on earth by its ancient urge to exist and hence to be known. And knowledge is not possible without the laws of Space and Time the same way as a Spirit cannot be seen without a Body.

Past-life experiences are impressed upon the soulís karma. Even childhood experiences in the same life has their karmic effect upon the soulís choices at a later age.

However, if one keeps tracing the sequence of effects the results of which amount to who and what he is altogether, one will have to touch upon the Absolute Karma, because in its nature it is like babyhood, it involved ancient events that pertains to the Creation Times and that effected the way the soul Views and Judges its own Self prior to viewing and judging its experiences in space and time.

From here, it should be clear that the Absolute Karma even determines how and why a soul allows an experience to affect another.

Thus, the soul, at any conscious moment in time, regardless to the reason-ality of the action it is performing in terms of Relative Karma, is truly representing its Absolute Karma in the Absolute Eye of the Self.

Absolute Karma:

However, Divine justice mandates that no one should be in a position to judge a soul for being absolutely good or evil save the judgment a soul inflicts upon itself when questioning its identity in relation to this Doctrine of Absolute Karma. However, this should not deny oneís right to clear his/her karma from its entanglement with the karmas of those effect his reality and whose actions reveal clear tendencies towards Evil.

In other words, if one becomes absorbed by the optimism that relative judgments may encourage about the nature of souls, and forget the nature of the Separation that the Absolute Karma entails between the Children of Light & the Children of Darkness, one will end up gripped by the strength of the Evil Current that is apparently taking strong hold in the world as it appears to the overwhelming eye of the senses.

And to the extent that one desires to approach knowledge of  His Absolute Karma (The essential Separation Between Good & Evil in the Realm of Eternity re-enacted by the essential Separation between the Children of Light and the Children of  Darkness in space and time for the ultimate purpose of knowledge), to the extent that he can possess the light of free will to be in charge of his karmic destiny; because Knowledge and only Knowledge as Such is capable of rejuvenating the course of the Soulís Karmic Fate.