For years I have observed and heard from other people that their messages do not get replied to. Coincidentially the same people who do not reply, often get into odd situations of negative character. The reason is simple. Cause and Effect.
Let’s take this situation:
Clark (me) writes Lois (you) a message with a question.
Clark: Hey Lois, I have ample room in my garden and I know about your desire to grow organic food. I know you do not have a garden so it is impossible for you to grow organic. How about you use my garden? That way I do not have to care about it, and you can grow organic vegetables 🙂
Lois: (facebook indicates the message as read)
What went wrong here? Well, it is simple. Lois made the consciously unloving and arrogant decision, that it is not required to reply to someone asking a question. A few weeks later the following happens in real life as Lois and Clark meet.:
Lois: Hey Clark, how are you doing?
Clark: (is silent, then walks away without a word)
Lois then goes on to complain to her friends that Clark is an arrogant asshole. However, the situation was Lois own creation, she probably just forgot that, since the facebook incident was several weeks ago. However, Karma stays until resolved by the reaction to the initial action. “What you do to others, you do to yourself.”
Also on facebook.
Clark: Hey Lois, you would probably be intersted in this event, considering our last conversation you displayed interest in the event. We are a few people going and you can drive with us if needed.
Lois: (message read, never answered)
Lois again made the arrogant assumption that replying is a bad idea, and the “bitch” approach is more appropriate. Well, it is a bad idea to treat others dis-respectfully if you desire more negative karma, keep it up though.
A few days later after the one-way facebook conversation, Lois plays football and gets a ball to her head. Karma has been balanced. The arrogant consciously unloving action of not replying caused a ball to hit her head! Oh my!
-You reap what you sow.
-What you do to others you do to yourself
-Stop the action (in this case arrogance)
-Start treating others with respect and do not take them for granted.
-Apologize for the rude action and be forgiven.
-Remember your mistakes, become aware of them, how else can you seek forgiveness from someone else or by yourself?
Ra: I am Ra. Our understanding of karma is that which may be called inertia. Those actions which are put into motion will continue using the ways of balancing until such time as the controlling or higher principle which you may liken unto your braking or stopping is invoked. This stoppage of the inertia of action may be called forgiveness. These two concepts are inseparable.
Karma resolution:Questioner: You stated yesterday that forgiveness is the eradicator of karma. I am assuming that balanced forgiveness for the full eradication of karma would require forgiveness not only of other-selves but forgiveness of self. Am I correct?
Ra: I am Ra. You are correct. We will briefly expand upon this understanding in order to clarify. Forgiveness of other-self is forgiveness of self. An understanding of this insists upon full forgiveness upon the conscious level of self and other-self, for they are one. A full forgiveness is thus impossible without the inclusion of self.