Thursday, 30 August 2018
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Many teachers including V.M Samael Aun Weor have said we can pay all our Karmic debt with good deeds. However, my question is, how can someone pay karmic debt if the karma is such that the ability to do good deeds becomes limited? We can have many disasters in life that can cripple us. I have a lot of problems in my life and I am not asking for a personal solution here. But, I have seen all the good I try to do is erased or some obstacle destroys it. I suffer from mental disorders and and am completely alone that prevent me from being service to others. If I didn't have these problems I could have healed people, taught people and lead people towards light which I can not do when I am suffering from mental illness. I am able to do little good to others because in my life everyone betrayed me and I am completely alone. I believe there can be people like me who want to do good but can not due to limiting karma. A person who suffers from a financial disaster can not do charity effectively, a person with mental illness can not lead people in this confused state of mind, a person who is lonely and betrayed by all will be alone etc. So, how do we pay the karmic debt of a karma that limits us from doing good?
3 years ago
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#17018
Accepted Answer
First, begin by stopping harmful action. Do the best you can, continue to reflect on your behaviors, and make improvements.

Second, help yourself, work on your ethics: honesty, sincerity, giving of time, wanting the best for everyone, enjoying the happiness of others, etc. You must do what you can do, at your own level. All this comes little by little, with work. To be just a little less egotistical, is to be a little more helpful to all those around you, is what you need right now. Just start there.

Don't worry too much about the amount of karma you have. Honestly, we all have too much. The only way is through the compassion of Christ. He will help us. We just need to put one foot in front of the other. Just do the next right thing. If you keep doing that, every day, you will improve your situation.
3 years ago
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#17018
Accepted Answer
First, begin by stopping harmful action. Do the best you can, continue to reflect on your behaviors, and make improvements.

Second, help yourself, work on your ethics: honesty, sincerity, giving of time, wanting the best for everyone, enjoying the happiness of others, etc. You must do what you can do, at your own level. All this comes little by little, with work. To be just a little less egotistical, is to be a little more helpful to all those around you, is what you need right now. Just start there.

Don't worry too much about the amount of karma you have. Honestly, we all have too much. The only way is through the compassion of Christ. He will help us. We just need to put one foot in front of the other. Just do the next right thing. If you keep doing that, every day, you will improve your situation.
3 years ago
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#17019
Thank you for your time. I really appreciate your explanation. It really helped me. Thank you.
3 years ago
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#17021
I know one missionary from another group (whose name and identity I will forever keep private) that is teaching gnosis and helping to heal others, and yet he suffered from mental illness.

By working with the sacred rites of rejuvenation, the mantra S M HON (for an hour or more, to heal the mental body), by meditating daily on the death of the ego, by teaching the doctrine and doing a LOT of negotiation and service before the law, he has been radically healed.

So the reality is: you can be healed. You just need to work for it and to be patient.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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