Monday, 04 June 2018
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If a couple was trying to conceive, but the pregnancies kept ending in miscarriage, and the doctors administered hormonal supplements to the mother, which finally led to a successful pregnancy and birth, would this be considered violence against nature?

If so, would there be any karmic implications for the child?
3 years ago
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#19095
Accepted Answer
Every action produces karmic consequences, whether “good” or “bad.” It would be for that couple to meditate on the consequences of their actions and the will of their own divinity, and to act accordingly.

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

3 years ago
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#19095
Accepted Answer
Every action produces karmic consequences, whether “good” or “bad.” It would be for that couple to meditate on the consequences of their actions and the will of their own divinity, and to act accordingly.

"If thou canst not make thine own self what thou desireth, how shalt thou be able to fashion another to thine own liking. We are ready to see others made perfect, and yet we do not amend our own shortcomings."
—Thomas à Kempis

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