Yogi Bhajan Quotes: Dharma vs. Karma (Part 6)
The purpose of visiting Earth and being human is to unload your karma here, not carry it to the next life.
What is the reality of life? Incur no more karma. If you incur more karma, the cycle of birth and death will continue. You can’t afford it. You want to be free. You want to go home.
As you sow, so shall you reap, otherwise you will be a creep.
You have a golden chance which God gave to you, and which you can enjoy and use. It is my sincere prayer that everybody should use this chance, become a teacher, serve others, elevate others, cut down the shackles of the karma of others. Don’t incur more karma. Balance it out. Go home with a smile.
You have karma, and karma cannot be cut if you do not have a dharma. Dharma is a path of discipline.
Whatever you reap, so shall you sow. If you sow well, you will reap well. If you sow badly, you will weep.
When you live consciously, karma doesn’t touch you.
I have actually fallen in love with Fate. It brings you to a confrontation with all your karma in the shortest time.
It is a distinct nature of the soul that it comes on the Earth to be living forever by merging in the Creator. It has a price and that price to pay is taught as a science by whichever dharma it is. The dictates of the dharma are the art of living.
Mostly people are not committed to the art of living. The art of living is a fundamental basic concept which gives you a precise attitude of commitment. You talk with honor, you walk with honor, you live with honor, you have a territory, you have a knowledge about yourself.
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