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Reflective Karma

lobsterlobster Veteran
edited September 2018 in Buddhism Basics

Reap and sow?

Not quite.

As we become a bodhisattva mirror, our reflection becomes the nature of our experience. You might be what you eat but you most certainly are what you think. Imagine that.

Be calm. Be kind, be happy. What happens? The experiential world becomes better.
You knew that was the plan right?

Nobody, including Ye Olde Buddha said it would be easy.

... we realize that when we replace hatred with compassion, or greed with generosity, those intentions will shape the type of being we become, whether rich or poor.
That’s karma.

Do we enter an ever changing karmic multiverse?



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