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AMRA’s Law II: The Law of the Seed

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Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you abundantly, so that in all things at all times, having all that you need, you will abound in every ... Read More »

AMRA’s Law I: The Law of Grateful Retribution

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“Give and it will be given to you” ~ Jesus, the Christ There is an ancient custom, recorded in all Rosicrucian documents, called the “Law of AMRA.” This law was originally a sacred doctrine with a deep mystical connotation among the Egyptians for many centuries.  Later, it also became widespread among the Jews in their religious practices. Eventually, it was ... Read More »

Artha, an Explanation

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Artha, an Explanation The word Artha is a Sanskrit word, properly from Hinduism, which means cause, motif, material prosperity, or simply reasoning. In Hindu tradition, Artha is a synonymous of life goals.  It is one of the four goals, or Purushartas, along with Karma, Dharma and Moksha.  Its importance as a purpose is the conquering of the matter or material ... Read More »

Swabhava

Swabhava: The Soul Process of Self Becoming “The subtle Soul sits everywhere, unstained: As the all-pervading sunlight does not change anything about where to shine, the light of pure soul shines everywhere, and those who, with the eye of wisdom, see how the matter, and that relates to it, divide, and how the fighting spirit and the flesh, those wise ... Read More »

Dharma and Divine Justice

“Those who live in accordance with these divine laws without complaining, firmly established in faith, are released from karma. Those who violate these laws, criticizing and complaining, are utterly deluded, and are the cause of their own suffering” ~ Bhagavad Gita Karma and Dharma On the pathways of Earth School that are many lessons to be learned by a soul. ... Read More »

Adhikara

Adhikara is an important Sanskrit word that belongs to the Hindu tradition.  It literally means authority or ownership of a body of knowledge. It is in itself the Art of Knowing, but it can also mean apprenticeship.  One of the literal translations for Adhikara is also “competence”, as in the competence one needs to have in order to participate in ... Read More »

Understanding Karma and Dharma

The Cause and Purpose of our Destiny When individuals are facing challenging situations in their lives, nothing is less helpful than to try to rationalize with them the cause of their pain based on possible events that may have their roots anchored in a former life situation. This type of introspection, far from bringing relief and healing, may cause the ... Read More »

The Dharmic Universe – The Personal Journey

The Dharmic Journey “Grant your blessing so that my mind may become one with the Dharma. Grant your blessing so that the Dharma may go along the path. Grant your blessing so that the Dharma may clarify confusion. Grant your blessing so that confusion may dawn as wisdom.” ~The Four Dharmas of Gampopa by Dagpo Lha-je Gampopa Dharma is a Sanskrit word ... Read More »

The Law of Free Will

“It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll. I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.” ~Invictus, William Ernest Henley Generalities about Free Will, Destiny and Karma Many people at one point or another in their lives stop to ask if they really have free will or if everything ... Read More »

Ancestral Alignment – Reorganizing the Dharmic Lineage

Ancestral Healing, Part 5 During the process of the clearing of our energetic template and re-activation of its full potentiality, we find ourselves dealing with elements and events that were not necessarily created in our lifetime.  We may also feel that we are not receiving the benefit from the consequence of our own actions. We can feel the effects of ... Read More »

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