We are all Spirit Beings, all on various levels of our own personal journeys along our Spiritual Path, our Path to Healing our Souls in an effort to reach Absolute Perfection.
The most common definition of Karma is that it is the result of a person’s actions as well as the actions themselves. It is a term about the cycle of cause and effect. According to the theory of Karma, what happens to a person, happens because they caused it with their actions. None of these actions are unplanned or not thought through. These actions take place because we have written contracts which we are committed to, prior to our incarnation into a physical life. Therefore, Karma is not merely an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, but rather a much more intricate essential aspect of our Personal journey of Healing our Soul.
Dharma is the very foundation of life. It is moral law combined with spiritual discipline that guides one’s life. Dharma means ‘that which holds,’ ie, the people of this world and the whole of creation cannot exist without dharma to hold them in place. Dharma is an all-inclusive term used to mean righteousness, morality, religion, responsibility, and duty. Dharma includes the practice of religious disciplines and duties, such as honesty, brahmacharya, and non-violence. The purpose of dharma is not only to help one’s Soul come closer with the Great I Am, but it also suggests a code of conduct that is intended to secure both worldly joys and eternal bliss. The practice of dharma gives an experience of happiness, strength, and tranquility within one’s self and makes life disciplined. The practice of Dharma is very much in line with the teachings of Jesus and other Great Masters.
Reincarnation is understood to be the eternal progression of the Soul through entering into various lifetimes of existence on the earth, returning to Spirit at the end of each period of physical existence. It is through the process of reincarnation that we choose each physical existence and all of the important aspects of that physical existence, linked into our Karma. And through living our Dharma, we are able to ensure the speedy evolution of our Soul.
Armed with the knowledge of these three vital aspects of life, we become the custodians of our Spirit. With each level of enlightenment, the degree of our responsibility to this custodianship becomes more evident and ever more important. It means that where we are able to recognize the enormity of free-will and free-choice, that we commit on a much deeper level to our Dharma – living a life which includes the practice of religious discipline as well as honesty, love, compassion non-discrimination, peaceful in thought, word and deed.
Allison du Bois is a well-known American Medium and Author. Her philosophy and theology is very much in line with mine (Glynis – Spirit Connection). Here she talks with Tom McMullan, well-known professional Astrologer about Reincarnation and the very real experiences of living a life on earth as well as being in ‘heaven’ (Spirit). I hope you enjoy it and find it enlightening.