Close Out Your ‘Karma Card’ Accounts

Karma is a cosmic incentive system.
~ Ron Rattner, Sutra Sayings
The Book of Life is a karmic comic book.
~ Ron Rattner, Sutra Sayings
“Every action, every thought, reaps its own corresponding rewards. Human suffering is not a sign of God’s, or Nature’s, anger with mankind. It is a sign, rather, of man’s ignorance of divine law. . . .
Such is the law of karma: As you sow, so shall you reap. If you sow evil, you will reap evil in the form of suffering. And if you sow goodness, you will reap goodness in the form of inner joy.”
~ Paramhansa Yogananda
“It is true that we are not bound. That is to say, the real Self has no bondage. And it is true that you will eventually return to your Source. But meanwhile, if you commit sins, as you call them, you have to face the consequences. You cannot escape them.”
~ Ramana Maharshi
Clear your past, to live as presence.

Clear your karma, to live your dharma.
~ Ron Rattner, Sutra Sayings
“To go from mortal to Buddha, you have to put an end to karma,
nurture your awareness, and accept what life brings.”
~ Bodhidharma




Coming from subtle planes to Earth
(the plane of time/space and causation)
the soul dons an “earth suit” – a human body/mind  –
as its vehicle to explore this realm.

Each such vehicle comes equipped with
a revolving “karma card” account.

The object of the visit is to clear all “karma card” debits,
without incurring new ones.

Until we close out all our “karma card” accounts,
our visits to Earth become endless revolving round trips
repeated in a different vehicle for each trip.

So, we’re here to try closing out
all our “karma card” accounts.



Ron’s audio comments and recitation of Close Out Your ‘Karma Card’ Accounts

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3 Responses to Close Out Your ‘Karma Card’ Accounts

  1. don salmon October 19, 2015 at 4:57 pm #

    Clear your past, to live as presence.
    
Clear your karma, to live your dharma.
    ~ Ron Rattner, Sutra Sayings

    Very good one:>)))))))))))))

    the past isn’t what it used to be!

  2. Patty October 19, 2015 at 7:33 pm #

    Love this image Ron. Do you know the source? It’s so colorful, intricate and expressive… Like life!

  3. Patty October 19, 2015 at 7:36 pm #

    I know what it reminds me of.. A glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly!

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