Karma is of the domain of the ego’s thought system, which is not of the Kingdom of Heaven, or Oneness with God. There are no levels in Oneness subject to divided effects. Oneness has no effects. Karma is not God’s Idea; karma is the effect of the idea to divide God’s Oneness with His Son, multiplied.
The belief that Oneness can be divided manifests temporary effects. Karma is attached to the idea of effects or events being part of Reality, and therefore part of God’s Idea, but they are not part of it, they are only spun from it.
Karma’s story is “ego’s” story, not “God’s” story, and it is based on the idea that the “Son of God”, or God’s Idea, can be “trapped” by the products of vibration. And yet vibrations from Stillness never leave their still Source, they are always simultaneously returning to it.
Karma stems from belief in the ego’s thought system of disconnection from Source’s Equilibrium. One feels innately guilty about projecting unbalanced ideas because collecting them entails seeming loss of balance. The ego whims to keep one’s allegiance to the idea of disconnection from Source when it says, “God is split into two minds – and the one you’re not conscious of is out to get you.” But in saying that, the mind is only describing the unbalanced splitting off from Knowledge of the Perfect Equilibrium of Source.
The ego presents the idea of the body proving a split from God by saying that God is the one with ego, and that God could therefore be either randomly pleased or angry with the body, and could therefore randomly award merit to it or inflict punishment upon it. The part that splits from Knowledge, “the ego”, looks at the body of form that is spun from stillness, calls it “s(p)inful”, and then warns that “judgment day” (from God, Whose only Idea is Love) about it is coming.
This goes on via the part of mind that is imagining and justifying a split. The rest of Mind that is ever Aware is unaffected by this belief system.
And it is Love its Self, by its own Guiltlessness, that corrects the very idea of “judgment”. With every outgoing breath, Knowledge of the Father’s nonlinear Love corrects the Son’s sense-induced attachment to the breath in. God’s Love is as devoid of judgment as breathing is; it is automatic that every breath the Son takes in he desires it to be taken out. Nothing in a Good God’s universe can hold it’s breath because all things breathing in desire the equal goodness of breathing out. The ego’s thought system tries to convince one of the possibility of breath-holding. The Son of God, though, cannot separate from the Breathing of His own Self.
As the Self is Realized, distorted perception that was upside-down-backwards is Self- Corrected and God’s Love is relaxed in vs denied. The mind is allowed to acknowledge the rest and refreshment of the breath out. The struggle to uphold the day and resist the night stops when death is seen to be but the other balanced half of life. Concentration of form and attachment to being receptive to it is no longer viewed as s(p)inful, and its nightly decentration is no longer feared.
Karma is inherent to the movie’s story line, not to the actors. One writes the story in a depolarized thought or a dream, and then polarizes the electrical wave-length senses to wake up and be receptive to it. The end of the day’s story line is “built-in” nightly, and nightly one may either rest or depolarize the current story line.
One realizes that one is the dreamer dreaming the idea of death, and that all effects come from the dream. As one lets go of projecting the dream, which is really just the idea that one must remain polarized in order to be “alive”, Knowledge resumes.
One wakes from the nightmare, and begins to set the time for a happier dream.
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