Tuesday, 25 November 2014
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Can a person take on the personal Karma of another person? Can that be negotiatied ? I have read that there is Karma that cannot be negotiated, though.

Some students I have talked with say things like they wish that they could eliminate the suffering of others by getting other people's Karma added on to ther own, or they could do some deed that would eliminate other's Karma, they wish to do this.

So this also brings up the question, if someone has cosmic capital, can they alter another person's Karma? Can an individual complete Karmic transactions for other people?

(all with the purpose of eliminating suffering)
7 years ago
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Just as a caretaker can provide comfort and medicine to the sick, a compassionate person can do the same for those who are suffering in other ways. The suffering person suffers a bit less. Nevertheless, Karma is medicine for mistaken actions. Although it is painful, because we have not been willing to learn through comprehension, we then need the pain of the karma in order to learn from our mistakes.

Many types of karmic debts can be negotiated. Samael Aun Weor negotiated to save the life of a child. It was the karma of that family for the child to die, yet, that was modified because he had the capital to pay for the change. In any case, such a dramatic event is not easy to accomplish. It is one thing to talk about karma, or wish to change it, while it is another to enter the courts and negotiate.

The important factor here is compassionate action for others. A superior law overcomes an inferior law. If you see someone suffering and want to relieve it, you need capital with which to negotiate. That is, you must perform superior actions — real sacrifice — on behalf of others. It is wonderful to want others to suffer less, while it is miraculous to peacefully and lovingly take on the pain and difficulty of sacrificing for them. Real sacrifice is painful, difficult. And that is the very point: if you want to relieve their pain, you have to take pain on to yourself, and bear it willingly, happily, patiently. Few people are truly willing to do so.

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

7 years ago
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#8167
Accepted Answer
Just as a caretaker can provide comfort and medicine to the sick, a compassionate person can do the same for those who are suffering in other ways. The suffering person suffers a bit less. Nevertheless, Karma is medicine for mistaken actions. Although it is painful, because we have not been willing to learn through comprehension, we then need the pain of the karma in order to learn from our mistakes.

Many types of karmic debts can be negotiated. Samael Aun Weor negotiated to save the life of a child. It was the karma of that family for the child to die, yet, that was modified because he had the capital to pay for the change. In any case, such a dramatic event is not easy to accomplish. It is one thing to talk about karma, or wish to change it, while it is another to enter the courts and negotiate.

The important factor here is compassionate action for others. A superior law overcomes an inferior law. If you see someone suffering and want to relieve it, you need capital with which to negotiate. That is, you must perform superior actions — real sacrifice — on behalf of others. It is wonderful to want others to suffer less, while it is miraculous to peacefully and lovingly take on the pain and difficulty of sacrificing for them. Real sacrifice is painful, difficult. And that is the very point: if you want to relieve their pain, you have to take pain on to yourself, and bear it willingly, happily, patiently. Few people are truly willing to do so.

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

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