A Conversation for Karma in Buddhism

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Post 1

RFJS__ - trying to write an unreadable book, finding proofreading tricky

I know we live in a cynical and substantially secular age, but I can't help feeling that 'For more tips on better living, pop over to BBC Lifestyle' lacks a certain something in this context.


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Post 2

Existential Elevator

I'm a bit miffed at the myself... smiley - smiley


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Post 3

flyingtwinkle

kal chakra is the cycle of life in which karmic results are regularised according to the performer"s intentions .for instance a knife used by a killer and one used by a surgeon can have same result if their intention were to destroy but if there was a purpose to protect or cure then the result is positive


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Post 4

RFJS__ - trying to write an unreadable book, finding proofreading tricky

I'm not sure BBC Lifestyle is equipped to help with that, however.


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Post 5

Existential Elevator

Well, some recommended links from me are....

http://www.dharmathecat.com/
http://www.beliefnet.com/index/index_10001.html

And if I see anything I think you might find interesting, I can keep you posted smiley - smiley


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Post 6

Existential Elevator

also, www.buddhanet.net [that's not a typo] is quite good, and has a very informative karma article smiley - ok


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