Friday, 14 June 2019
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Thank you for all your work & patience.
Could I please ask for your understanding on these 2 questions.

1.) Experiences and states of "Eden/Bliss" are just that, states that come & go and we shouldn't become attached to them. But why is it that in the higher levels of Buddhism they hold these states of bliss of great importance. They seem to always refer to attaining the innate joys of the four blisses and voids, then from there to maintain and hold on to them as long as one can and leave all impressions transmute and dissolve into the bliss of voidness. From what I understand intuitively, the importance of holding the blisses continuously keeps ones attention continuously inwards, therefore keeping them in a state of continuous self-remembrance and self-observation. Then again I am just a fool, so I am likely wrong. I would appreciate your guidance on this.

2.) Samael states that karma is based on ones actions and not on their intentions. Therefore in a case where we are driving our car on a road and we happen to unintentionally knock down and kill an animal who ran across the road, do we therefore acquire karma for unintentionally killing that animal?

thank you for the work you're doing for humanity.:)
3 years ago
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#18832
Accepted Answer
1. Are these written instructions or oral from an initiator of that tradition? For those are two VERY different forms of instruction. The written instructions of Buddhism are not complete.

2. Karma is simply cause and effect. Every action has an effect. However, the consequences may be negotiable. For that, one needs knowledge and dharma.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

3 years ago
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#18832
Accepted Answer
1. Are these written instructions or oral from an initiator of that tradition? For those are two VERY different forms of instruction. The written instructions of Buddhism are not complete.

2. Karma is simply cause and effect. Every action has an effect. However, the consequences may be negotiable. For that, one needs knowledge and dharma.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

3 years ago
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#18836
They were from the 6 yogas of Naropa.
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