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Karma Is Negotiable

Author : Nikias Annas
ISBN : 9781934206522
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Although the word "karma" is Sanskrit and is associated with Eastern religions, it simply refers to the law of cause and effect. Karma is not blind destiny or divine judgment, but is the principle the describes the natural reverberation that emerges from every action, whether that action is physical, emotion, mental, or spiritual. Suffering and pain are not punishment from a tyrant God, nor are they "normal" or mere "coincidence." When we truly understand the law of action and consequence, we can see that our lives are a result of our own moment to moment ignorance of the effects of our actions. We create our own suffering, therefore, we can create our own happiness instead, if we know how. No matter what religion or background we come from, through conscious action from moment to moment, we can originate a new set of causes, which in turn will generate a new set of results. This is how we can revolutionize our life. The power to change is in our hands.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Hell The Devil And Karma

Author : Samael Aun Weor
ISBN : 9781934206652
Genre : Religion
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For thousands of years, people believed the Earth was flat. Similarly, everything we believe about hell, the devil and karma is based on centuries of dogma, illogical beliefs and foolish theories. In this book, Samael Aun Weor demonstrates how to confirm for yourself the reality of the inferior levels of life, and how to avoid them. Although modern culture laughs at the mere mention of the devil and hell while simultaneously indulging deeply in them via popular music, movies, and television, the practical reality remains completely unknown to the general public. Samael Aun Weor discusses his personal, conscious experiences of the inferior worlds and the beings who reside there. By application of ancient techniques preserved by the Gnostic tradition, anyone can confirm with certainty what exists in the subtle dimensions of nature, whether above or below. Learn the true identity of both the Devil and Lucifer, and how to harness the forces of nature in order to be propelled towards a higher way of life. Dispels centuries of beliefs and theories, while explaining the essential truths hidden in ancient symbols Provides practical steps towards acquiring your own experience of the truth Supported by solid science and authentic spiritual traditions
Category: Religion

Understanding Karma

Author : Shrinivas Tilak
ISBN : 9788187420200
Genre : Hermeneutics
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Study of theory of Karma with reference to Mahābhārata and works of Paul Ricoeur.
Category: Hermeneutics

The Morality Of Happiness

Author : Julia Annas
ISBN : 9780195096521
Genre : Fiction
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The book examines the major traditions of ancient ethical theory, showing that they share a common theoretical structure. They are examples of eudaimonism, a type of ethical theory in which the basic concepts are those of happiness and virtue.
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Finding Lizzie

Author : Karma Kingsley
ISBN : 1945952164
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Lizzie doesn't know what she wants from life, but she's sure it's not the attention of her suffocating boyfriend, RJ. A chance encounter with a group of women on the day of the local Pride parade leads her to meet the wild, free-spirited Kerra. Lizzie begins to realise she's crazy about Kerra, but how can she come out in a small town where prejudice is rife and even her own mother thinks being a lesbian is wrong? Can Lizzie find herself without losing everything else in the process?
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The Lightworker S Guide To Everyday Karma

Author : Tina Erwin
ISBN : 1732267340
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THE LIGHTWORKER'S GUIDE TO Everyday Karma Karma is a spiritual law of physics that states categorically that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Karma is a law of the universe that applies to all living things, to all heavenly bodies, all planets and ultimately, to all beings. Karma is the very nature of God's consciousness. So how do you wrap your brain around the nature of God's consciousness and making supper? Have you ever wondered: If karma is really negotiable? About past life karma - why me God? If winning the lottery is karma or dumb luck? If you pick your parents (must rethink choices next life)? If not washing your car has karmic consequences (yes it does!)? If having cancer is related to karma? It is bad karma to question God or is God expecting the question? If the DNA you arrive with is karmic humor? If forgiving someone erases the karma of their actions? About stress and karma - do they always have lunch together? About holidays and karma - is there a gift in this picture? Aren't these fun questions? Wouldn't you love to look at karma with a different eye, rather than the painful 'eye for an eye' concept? Relax! Enjoy a book that takes you on a journey of understanding the day-to-day karmic actions that we are all living. Gain a greater insight on a practical yet spiritual level. This helpful tool book will guide you on so many levels. Read one a week, one a day, however you like. Karma is life in action - your life. Look forward to enjoying life more by understanding how to appreciate the perfection of karma in all of our lives. Tina Erwin, CDR, USN, Ret, has studied the spiritual side of life for many years, gaining insight into the interpersonal relationships at the heart of everyday living. These intense studies were further enhanced by the experiences of a dynamic 20-year career in the Navy, working for the U.S. Submarine Force, retiring at the commander level. Erwin currently writes a weekly column on the philosophy of life, called Light Times.
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Private Government How Employers Rule Our Lives And Why We Don T Talk About It

Author : Elizabeth Anderson
ISBN : 9781400887781
Genre : Philosophy
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Why our workplaces are authoritarian private governments—and why we can't see it One in four American workers says their workplace is a "dictatorship." Yet that number probably would be even higher if we recognized most employers for what they are—private governments with sweeping authoritarian power over our lives, on duty and off. We normally think of government as something only the state does, yet many of us are governed far more—and far more obtrusively—by the private government of the workplace. In this provocative and compelling book, Elizabeth Anderson argues that the failure to see this stems from long-standing confusions. These confusions explain why, despite all evidence to the contrary, we still talk as if free markets make workers free—and why so many employers advocate less government even while they act as dictators in their businesses. In many workplaces, employers minutely regulate workers' speech, clothing, and manners, leaving them with little privacy and few other rights. And employers often extend their authority to workers' off-duty lives. Workers can be fired for their political speech, recreational activities, diet, and almost anything else employers care to govern. Yet we continue to talk as if early advocates of market society—from John Locke and Adam Smith to Thomas Paine and Abraham Lincoln—were right when they argued that it would free workers from oppressive authorities. That dream was shattered by the Industrial Revolution, but the myth endures. Private Government offers a better way to talk about the workplace, opening up space for discovering how workers can enjoy real freedom. Based on the prestigious Tanner Lectures delivered at Princeton University's Center for Human Values, Private Government is edited and introduced by Stephen Macedo and includes commentary by cultural critic David Bromwich, economist Tyler Cowen, historian Ann Hughes, and philosopher Niko Kolodny.
Category: Philosophy

Come Away With Me

Author : Karma Brown
ISBN : 9780778318323
Genre : Fiction
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"One minute, 26-year-old Tegan Lawson has everything she could hope for, including an adoring husband, Gabe, and a baby on the way. The next, a patch of black ice causes a devastating accident and Tegan's life is as shattered as the car they had to cut her out of. With the loss of her baby and her unbearable anger towards Gabe, who was driving that night, Tegan is drowning in grief. After a handful of sleeping pills land her in the hospital, lucky to be alive, her family's fear and Gabe's commitment to fix things prompts Tegan to make a change. At Gabe's suggestion, she agrees to travel to three destinations from their 'life experiences' wish list. From culture-rich Thailand, to the flavors of Italy, to the ocean waves in Hawaii, Tegan and Gabe embark on a journey to escape the tragedy and to search for forgiveness. But Tegan soon learns grief follows you no matter how far away you go, and that acceptance comes when you least expect it. When things take a shocking turn in Hawaii, Tegan is forced to face the truth -- and she must decide if the life she has is the one she wants"-- from author's web site.
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Karma

Author : Traleg Kyabgon
ISBN : 9780834800908
Genre : Religion
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The Buddha’s teaching on karma (literally, "action") is nothing other than his compassionate explanation of the way things are: our thoughts and actions determine our future, and therefore we ourselves are largely responsible for the way our lives unfold. Yet this supremely useful teaching is often ignored due to the misconceptions about it that abound in popular culture, especially oversimplifications that make it seem like something not to be taken seriously. Karma is not simple, as Traleg Kyabgon shows, and it’s to be taken very seriously indeed. He cuts through the persistent illusions we cling to about karma to show what it really is—the mechanics of why we suffer and how we can make the suffering end. He explains how a realistic understanding of karma is indispensable to Buddhist practice, how it provides a foundation for a moral life, and how understanding it can have a transformative effect on the way we relate to our thoughts and feelings and to those around us.
Category: Religion