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    In the worldly life, what is misery? It is the pain created from wrong suspicions.

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    In this world, ‘I am the doer’ and ‘I know it’’ - that which brings these two inner intents together is called illusion (bhranti).

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    In whatever work that you do in this world, the work has no value. You will be ‘binding responsibility’ for next life only if there is attachment and abhorrence involved in it. There is no responsibility if the attachment and abhorrence do not occur.

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    I think this is one bad side of a mirror; it helps us to see the reflection of the effects of our own actions on ourselves. We smile and it smiles back to us, we frown and it frowns to us. How I wish it shows us the reflections of the effects of our actions on other people as well so that we will be conscious!

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    It is better to be the cause of an effect rather than be the effect that was caused.

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    It is no consolation to reflect that every cause itself is an effect, making the search for causes and reasons a fool’s errand.

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    It is considered pure ‘discharge’ (of karma) when a person does no ‘planning’. Charging occurs where there is planning. Discharge is of natural characteristics. There is no pain in it.

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    It is called Purusharth (real spiritual effort) if it certainly becomes fruitful!

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    Karma alone does not take care of everything. One had made a desire of enjoying sex. He does that one karma. So what does parsatta (nature, the other power) say at that time? ‘We cannot give you just the karma of sex, in this world. We have to look at everything around it. So we have to give you a wife, mother-in-law, father-in-law, brother-in-law, aunt-in-law, we have to give you all that too!!’ In wanting just a wife, how much more became latched on to it! What a fiasco! How can one untangle from this web?

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    It is often interesting, in retrospect, to consider the trifling causes that led to great events.

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    Karma, simply put, is an action for an action ... good or bad.

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    Kramic Gnan (Step By Step Knowledge) refers to ‘effect’ as the ‘cause’ and the Akram Gnan (Stepless Knowledge) calls the ‘cause’ as ‘cause’.

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    Karma has been a pop culture term for ages. But really, what the heck is it? Karma is not an inviolate engine of cosmic punishment. Rather, it is a neutral sequence of acts, results, and consequences. Receiving misfortune does not necessarily indicate that one has committed evil. But it is a sufficient indicator of something else. And that something else can be anything, as long as it is a logical consequence of what has come before. Consider: if you fall into a well, you are not a bad person who deserves to suffer—you are merely someone who took a wrong step. Or someone who had one drink too many. Or got a head rush due to poor circulation. Or forgot to wear your glasses. Or— The reasons are plentiful, and all plausible. But the chain of cause and effect goes way, way back into the deepest hoariest recesses of your personal past. So never rule out retribution. But never expect it.

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    Karma literally means “deed” or “act” and more broadly names the universal principle of cause and effect, action and reaction which governs all life. Karma is a natural law of the mind, just as gravity is a law of matter.

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    Listening is an effect. Communication is cause.

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    Life is to be lived with a focus and thoughtfulness. One has to see ‘what is the outcome’ of each and every action. In thinking about the consequences, does the soul become like that? No. The knower of thoughts about the consequences is the Soul. But the consequences will have to be forthright, no? Should one not live with careful attention?

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    Magick is the manipulation of the Laws of Cause-and-Effect in accordance with one's Will, via states of Higher Consciousness.

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    Nature is not some entity. Nature means coming together of circumstances. The effort of circumstances coming together is nature and the circumstances came together is ‘vyavasthit’ (Scientific circumstantial evidences).

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    Meeting a woman is not harmful, but it is harmful for the eyes to be attracted to her. So do pratikraman (do apology) at that time and resolve this case.

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    Man should become very aware when one third (1/3rd) of his life remains that ‘pictures’ of his next life will be taken now (next life forms will be decided).

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    Merit karma (punya) is fruit of action, demerit karma (paap) is also a fruit of action too, and moksha (ultimate liberation) is the fruit of becoming still (becoming a non-doer).

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    New dispensations may await us; the Kingdom may come in ways we never dreamed of; the beyond may be more momentous than we have ever expected, but always and everywhere 'the within' determines 'the beyond,' and character is destiny.

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    No one takes birth. Being born is an ‘effect’. Birth takes place automatically. If the causes are nurtured, rebirth is inevitable. The Gnani Purush (the enlightened one) can put a stop to the ‘causes’ and so only the effect will remain.

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    No Action is possible without a Reason. Action is an ‘Effect’, Reason is a ‘Cause’. ‘Causes’ and ‘effect’, ‘effect’ and ‘causes’…this is how such routine cycle goes on. Changes can be made in causes but not in effect.

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    No circumstance interferes with the one whose attachment and abhorrence towards the body are gone. Circumstances are not the obstacles, attachment and abhorrence is the real interference. Circumstance is a gneya (that to be Known) and you are a Gnata (Knower).

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    No incident, however seemingly trivial, is unimportant in the scheme of things. One event leads to another, which triggers something else and before you know where you are, the ramifications spread far and wide throughout History. Echoing down the ages. Getting fainter and fainter, but never completely dying away. They talk of The Harmony of the Spheres, but History is A Symphony of Echoes. Every little action has huge consequences. They’re not always apparent, and sometimes, in our game, sometimes effect comes before cause, not after. It makes your head ache.

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    No cause occurs without effect, and no effect occurs without cause. No unjust action goes without penalty, and no action or thought flows unnoticed throughout the universe.

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    Nowadays most of the quarrels at home arise from suspicions. Suspicions create vibrations which create a blazing fire. And if one becomes suspicion free, the fire will extinguish on its own. How can the flames be put out if both parties are suspicious? There is no choice but for one of the two to become suspicion free

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    Nothing’s random. Even if it looks that way, it’s just because you don’t know the causes.

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    One should not be obstinate even in worldly interaction. If you are obstinate with a ‘collector’, what will he do? He will throw you in a jail. So then what will happen if you are obstinate in front of God? God won’t put you in jail, but his contentment towards you will break away.

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    Once you are clear with the process of input-output and its consequence, you become more careful with every choice and decisions with your life.

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    One cannot change his current life span but one can change his next life form. The ticket can be changed but death cannot be changed. At the time of death, whatever one is latched on to, that will be his condition in the next life – ya mati, sa gati (His next life will be decided by his state of opinion and intellect at the time of his death).

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    One Situated in a situation’ (Avasthit) is ‘causes’ and result of scientific circumstantial evidence (vyavasthit) is an ‘effect’. The energy of avasthit is “causes of action”. The energy of avasthit can be changed, Vyavasthit shakti (result of scientific circumstantial evidence) cannot be changed.

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    One will keep on charging new karma as long as there is the awareness of ‘I am the doer’. In the ‘akram-marg’ (step-less, direct path to Self-realization), ‘We’ (enlightened one, Dadabhagwan) dissolve your ‘doer-ship’. The awareness that ‘I am the doer’ goes away and the understanding of ‘who the doer is’ is given. Therefore, the charging (of karma) stops! What is left now? Only the form of ‘discharge’ is left.

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    Only he who has become straightforward himself, can improve others.

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    Prayers from fear, doubt, or worry in your mind don't come true.

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    Our every action has consequences. Thoughts have consequences. Since actions start from thoughts I guess I can say technically that thoughts in general have consequences. In our thoughts we make dreams. So if I think I can do it, then my actions will be "I CAN" and I am able to do it. So the result or the consequence will be "I did it!".

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    Pain and pleasure will keep coming; that is all scientific circumstantial evidence. Pain and pleasure are effective (effects of past causes). In such situations, one should do something that will not cause effects to arise.

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    Pain is inevitable... Suffering is optional. We will all have to endure trauma and challenges. What matters is how we move forward afterward. Do we keep carrying the trauma and its causes in our mind? Or can we find a way to let go of them, to end our own suffering?...This is where mindfulness can help us.

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    People go on forgetting every phase in life. They draw the next phase and keep on forgetting the previous one.

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    [Pertaining to The Law of Free Will and Karma]: Disputing traditional cause and effect karmic doctrine, Kuan Yin maintains that it is the accumulated beliefs from parallel realities creating “made-up stories” about oneself and, thus, reality. Because of this quantum factor, we have absolute Free Will to attract optimum realities from infinite, simultaneous Evolutionary Potentials. Thus, according to Kuan Yin, where and how skillfully one focuses their intention and attention can determine an outcome.

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    Prayer without faith is not answered.

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    Praying and then doubting whether it will be heard or manifested is really doubting the Universe's power.

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    Opinions about sexuality, is the main evidence of the presence of wrong knowledge about sexuality.

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    Praying and then doubting whether it will be heard or manifested is really doubting the power of God.

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    Raag (attachment) is a seed for dwesh (abhorrence), and dwesh (abhorrence) is a seed for raag (attachment).

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    Quantum fluctuations are, at their root, completely a-causal, in the sense that cause and effect and ordering of events in time is not a part of how these fluctuations work. Because of this, there seem not to be any correlations built into these kinds of fluctuations because 'law' as we understand the term requires some kind of cause-and-effect structure to pre-exist. Quantum fluctuations can precede physical law, but it seems that the converse is not true. So in the big bang, the establishment of 'law' came after the event itself, but of course even the concept of time and causality may not have been quite the same back then as they are now.

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    Sang (company of people) is not a problem but it should not have a bad effect on you. It is infectious.

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    Relation with another man or a woman, other than one’s own husband or a wife, is a direct cause for a life in hell.

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    Simplicity is a kind of transparency in which subtle nuances can have outsize effects.