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Re: Buddhism & Non-Dualism (Comments on Karma)

Oct 21, 1995 01:49 PM
by Jerry Schueler

Eldon:<Karma is not an abstraction, nor something externally applied to us, but
resides in our relationships with other living beings. Those relationships
come into existence as we and they enter the manifest world. The content
of those relationships is itself the Buddhic aspect of our Skandhas, the
aspect of pure connectedness. >

Sorry for butting in here, Eldon, but I would say that our
relationships with others (and thus our karma) come into play even
prior to our entrance into the manifest world. They begin in the 2
unmanifest planes above the 4 lower , and so when our manifestation
begins on Globe A, our karma is already in operation.

Jerry S.

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