The usually accepted, but often misunderstood version of Karma, “an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth” or “what goes around comes around” is exactly that, misunderstood.

We incarnate onto this earth plane to learn to create.  To learn how to use our power, our energy, our intelligence.  But so much more than that.  We must first recognise that it is OUR energy OUR power, OUR thoughts, OUR actions that are responsible for producing our lives and the environment around us.

We can, and do choose what we have around us, what we create from minute to minute in our lives.  What we need to understand is that no one will judge us for those choices.  God is not sitting on high waiting to cast down thunderbolts upon us for bad choices.  We are quite capable of doing that to ourselves!

My Guides tell me that “There is no such thing as right and wrong!”

A very challenging statement indeed.
But my Guides say “There is no such thing as right and wrong, BUT THERE ARE CONSEQUENCES; and it is by the consequences that you will learn what is right and wrong FOR YOU”.

They explain that if you enjoy the consequences of your actions, thoughts and words, then you will seek to produce more of them and will modify your future decisions and behaviour to include these ways of being in your life.  If you do not like the consequences of your actions, thoughts and words, then eventually it will be the consequences of that behaviour that will persuade you to change or modify your future choices and behaviour.  Rather like recognising how good it feels when you stop banging your head against a brick wall.

My Guides give an example that explains this well.

If you watch people at a fair, going on one of those huge ‘over the top’ rides where everyone is yelling and screaming, you will realise that as a particular percentage is going ‘over the top’ they are screaming with pleasure.  As another percentage go ‘over the top’ they are screaming too, but this time with sheer terror.

The ride, the action is the same. But the result is different for each one.  Those who were screaming with enjoyment will run around and queue up to go again.  Those who were screaming with terror will never go anywhere near that ride again.  The consequences of each ones’ actions has decided the behaviour adopted in the future.”

And so with life in general and in particular.  We must try all things ourselves, to find out how this feels to us.  What are the consequences for us?  Only this knowing for ourselves will convince us, of what is right and what is wrong.

So it is that we must, and do, try out every role in life.  We will have been the victim and the aggressor, the good, the bad, and the ugly, and every conceivable role in between.  It is only by personal experience that we learn and grow.  Personal experience is our Karma.

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