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Lesson Four: The Principle of Karma

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Harrison Klein is the principal creator of The Masters Gathering and is a transformational coach teaching the I AM Principles. After 30 years of battling depression and abuse, Harrison experienced a sudden shift in awareness that he refers to as a White Light Experience. Such an experience is not required for awakening however it was the kick in the butt from the Universe that allowed Harrison to step into his inner power and begin his spiritual evolution. Since then he has come to know and befriend many of the worlds most recognized and well-loved success and transformation masters. You can visit Harrison at: www.themastersgathering.com

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Principle 4:

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You get what you give As you sow, so shall you reap Whatever you do comes back to you
Sayings like these have been passed down for thousands of years, and we hear them every day. Why? Because they express a universal law, one so all-encompassing that we can't help but be affected by it. It is the Principle of Karma, or Cause and Effect. The Karma Principle is the 2nd prime law of the Universe, next to Being. Everything manifests in your life due to cause and effect. Everything around you in your life at this moment originated with, or was caused by, a thought your thought. What you think about, you bring about. Thats the Principle of Cause and Effect. Your thoughts are the cause, and the effect is the life you see around you.

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If you understand and live by this law, you cannot fail to get what you want. Cannot fail. Because any event or thing you want to experience can be created by deliberately directing your thoughts. Everything is an effect working from the cause. Then the effect becomes the cause of the next thing. Thats where we get the concept of karma, that you reap what you sow, you get what you give, and what goes around comes around.
"For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction." ~ Sir Isaac Newton

Thoughts are the Cause


Thoughts are the creative energy from which your world is built. We've touched on this in the first three principles, and in this lesson we will go deeper into how you can use this principle to create a life of astounding wealth, health, happiness, love, joy -- anything you wish. If you just set the right cause in motion, then the effect is automatic. And it's a multiplicative law. You not only have the experience of the cause you set in motion, but you also get that multiplicatively. You can use this principle to cause others to experience what you want, like wealth and happiness, and it will come back to you exponentially. The symbol for Infinity also expresses this concept -- ever circling, ever spiraling, ever-moving energy ebbing and flowing, being released from you and coming back to you.

This Principle of Karma reminds us to be deliberate about the thoughts, actions and vibrations we put out, because as we impact other beings and our

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world, we too will feel the results. If you are deliberate about what you are thinking, doing and saying, then you can cause the effect you want. That actually makes it very simple to create the life you desire. Just express the ideas that you want to see manifested in your own life, and help create those experiences for others. What Caused This? Another way of understanding this concept is to look at something in your life wanted or unwanted and ask yourself, What caused this? What thoughts did you think that led to this situation or thing? Because everything you see around you is an effect of a thought or thoughts that caused it to come into being. What Will Be The Effect of This Thought? The next step is to catch yourself in a thought and ask, What will be the effect of this thought? Imagine the life circumstance that will be created by the thought you are having in that moment, and then decide whether you want to continue to offer more of that same thought or if you would rather offer different thoughts. These two practices will allow you to attune yourself to the Universe. It's the path to experiencing wealth, health, abundance everything you want. Pay attention to your I AM statements and your visions, asking yourself, What is the probable effect of this? Purge negativity from your mind and body immediately, as soon as you are aware of it. There is no mysterious force that is causing bad luck or good luck. The effects you see in your life are caused by the thoughts you think.

Think Big I AM Thoughts


If you want to create big, wonderful things in your life, choose powerful I AM statements. The bigger your I AMs and the way you think of yourself, the more affect you have and the greater the path to your awakening. Be on the path

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of service. Every time you help someone else grow, you grow yourself. Every time you help a group of people, your rewards grow exponentially. Think and plan bigger. As John Demartini puts it, if you want to affect your community, think on the level of the city. If you want to affect your city, think on the level of your state. To affect your state, think on the level of your country all the way up to the world, the solar system, the galaxy, the universe This Principle of Cause and Effect can translate into your life in a big way when you allow yourself to Dream Big. Dream of Massive Wealth, not just a little more wealth. Believe you can have it, that the world will make it happen. Dream of Radiant Health, Astounding Love Relationships, and Overflowing Creativity. In fact, the Universe is already making your grandest dreams available to you, to the extent that you're willing to receive them. You are fully supported, no matter what you choose to do or which direction you choose to go. The Universe has your back.

Causing Other Peoples Wealth


When you cause others to experience anything, you will experience that back massively. If you have a business or do other things that help to increase people's connectivity or productivity or standard of living, then that will grow in your own life as well. It must, by Law. By helping other people become wealthy in any area of their life (not just with money, but in love, happiness, etc.), you become wealthy yourself. Wealth, as originally used, meant to be abundant or ample in quality, character or amount. So a wealthy life, in actuality, is brimming over in all the areas which bring us joy and satisfaction. So whatever you want to get, give it away first, or cause another to have it first. In Principle Three, Mind Blueprint, you learned that the mind creates with visualizations, backed by emotions. You are the cause of all that you see in the world. You can actually predict the future by looking at your thoughts right now.
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What awesome power! You can change the future at any time. You don't have to be stuck in anything, ever, if you understand the Law of Cause and Effect. But ignoring this law creates a lot of the suffering and poverty in this world. Having unjust thoughts like anger and greed toward others creates the same in your own life. You harvest what you sow... sow good seeds. And if you cause a correction in something that is happening, then that correction also extends to you. Remember, the entire Universal system is One. What you do unto others, you do unto yourself. Literally.

Peace
Do yourself a favor and become more aware of what's going on in your mind. Just develop an awareness of your thoughts, watching as they flow past. Dont judge your thoughts or yourself. Simply notice the ones that don't serve you, and change them. Just as you would watch cars passing you on the highway without judging them, develop the ability to be aware of your thoughts. With this new awareness, you can cultivate thoughts of Peace. Peace is the biggest boost to prosperity. Peace is a steady state of calmness within. The opposite of peace is chaos and turbulence, which cause imbalance. If you have chaos inside you, you will disrupt yourself and hinder your goals. Having turbulent thoughts about anything will cause an imbalance in your structure and in your world. Most inner chaos comes from judgment or lack of self-acceptance on some level. So whenever you're not experiencing what you want, you are either judging something outside yourself, or you're not accepting yourself on some level.

Practicing Non-Judgment
Here is an exercise to help you release judgment about your thoughts and the circumstances around you: 1. Look at something in your immediate vicinity, right now. Just look up

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from this page and let your eyes rest on something that is in your space. Pick something that you have no particular reaction to or which doesnt cause any emotional response. Maybe the first thing you see is a chair, or your jacket, or a book. 2. Let yourself be aware that this thing just IS. Its neither good or bad, it just IS. 3. Next, ask yourself what you choose to do about this thing. Your options might be to move it, to someday buy a new one to replace it, or to just let it be. This exercise shows you that anything in your space can be looked at merely as something that IS, and whenever you want to, you can change it or not, depending on your choice. There does not have to be any negative emotional response or drama in order to decide to change something, and everything can be changed whenever you choose to. You can start looking at unwanted things and formerly troubling situations in the same way merely as something that exists, and which can be changed through choice. Acceptance and Letting Go Peace involves understanding, but it also involves acceptance and letting go. This doesnt mean "giving up." Acceptance and letting go mean recognition that you are where you are, period. The situation is what it is. Then, from that space, you can decide to create something new without turbulence or guilt or any negative judgments. The goals that you wish to achieve, whatever they happen to be, will come more quickly and easily if you feel peace within yourself about those goals. If you feel doubt or guilt or negativity of any kind, ask yourself, Why? If the first response doesnt totally alleviate the negative feelings, go within and just keep asking yourself "Why?" until you resolve all the reasons why youre holding yourself back from the things you want, and you'll reach a point of peace. Learning how the Universe really works brings self-knowledge and understanding, which in turn bring inner peace. Peace is a calmness, a state of being which recognizes that everything is okay. And it's in your own interest, for your own prosperity, to promote that calm peacefulness inside of yourself and outside of yourself.

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Whatever level of prosperity you're in today, you'd be in more prosperity if you had more peace. Remember, nothing in the external world is real. Nothing outside of you is real. It's merely the reflection of past thoughts, put into your reality as images of what you have been thinking. Everything you see is an illusion created for your benefit so that you can experience your thoughts and your state of being firsthand and then purify them so as to create a more pleasing life experience. That's why suffering of any kind is an indicator of "wrong thought." Change your mind and you change your world. This is the Principle of Cause and Effect. If theres anything you wish for that you are not experiencing, go back to the cause, which is your thoughts, then change them.

Can you give me a shortcut here, Harrison?


Okay, here's the shortcut for changing your life using the Law of Being and the Law of Cause and Effect at the same time. Whenever you're faced with any confusing, unclear, problematic situation, look at it and say, "I am THAT." For example, if you are having financial trouble, you look at your situation and say, "I am that trouble," or "I am that lack of money." Then truly accept it, without judging yourself. You're just acknowledging that, as an individual expression of The Whole, you hold within you the possibility of everything that IS. If you can acknowledge that something or someone outside of you didn't cause your financial hardship, then you will be able to acknowledge that you also hold the seed of financial abundance within you, and it's just a matter of expressing it more fully. You can also ask yourself, "Why am I that?" This goes for any kind of trouble you may be having: "Why am I that addiction?" "Why am I that unfulfilling relationship?" "Why am I that financial hardship?" Keep asking "Why?" until you understand and resolve how it was that you brought this problem into your life. Then choose to think differently about your past, your present, your situations, the people in your life -- everything. All confusion and fear disappear in the face of your "I am that" awareness. This, of course, applies to any situation or condition, not just to problems. Anytime you see anything, you understand that it IS you. Not only that you have created everything in your reality through your thoughts, but that you are

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inseparable from The Whole, so everything that exists is actually you. When asking "Why am I that?" or "Why is that in my life?" the Universe will answer, and you will have an understanding of your situation. Then ask yourself what the correction is... what would you rather have in your life, and how can you implement it. Do this without judgment, which only constricts the flow. All judgment, condemnation, anger and any negative emotion, particularly when directed at yourself, restrict the flow. The flow is your energy, the channeling of your super-conscious self (your Big Self, your Soul, your Eternal Self, whatever you want to call it). Any judgment restricts that flow it's like shutting off a faucet. The optimum is to maintain your peace and calmness, and let the things of the Universe, whatever happens to be in front of you, BE. Let others have their I Am's, whatever they happen to be. If you are angry with someone's behavior, you are judging their behavior. Instead, just let them have their behavior. Just accept that they are behaving the way they are. You may not like it; accepting it doesn't mean you have to like it. But the less you judge anybody, the easier your flow is going to be. And as your flow remains open, your power increases. Power spoken of here doesnt mean force and manipulation. Real power comes with a certainty of who you are, gained through self-knowledge, coupled with a realization of your role as creator of your world.

Reframing a "problem"
When we reframe something, we take a look at it from a different perspective. In this exercise, choose something thats happening in your life that you dont want to be there. This could be a less-than-satisfying relationship, lack of financial abundance, ill health anything that is not to your liking. Write it here: ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ Pause for a moment, and look at this problem as merely a circumstance in your life, one of many circumstances you experience. Do not judge it as bad. It just IS. Now ask yourself, Why am I that? Why is that in my life?

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Feel the answers and awareness well up within you, and write your insights here or on other paper: ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ If this situation has caused you much turbulence or heartache, you might like to go further and ask yourself, Why? many times, going as far back into your past as you can, until you uncover the original reason you took on that negative situation. Or look at it this way: If your Soul, which guides you throughout your life, set up that situation, what do you think the message is for you? Finally, how can you reframe that negative situation into a positive one, an indication of something that needs to be changed in your life, or a new way of looking at yourself? ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________

Blame, Guilt and Responsibility


Nothing you see or experience can be caused by any source outside of

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you. That's a very simple truth. The past is done, so it really does no one any good to try to revisit it. As an extension of Source, your job is to focus on the things you want to create in your life to focus on your expansion, your growth and your joy. Forgive others. Not to do them a favor, but to do yourself a favor. It opens up YOUR flow. The other person still has their own cause and effect situation, their karmic debt for their actions. It's none of your concern. Whether you forgive them or not is YOUR karmic situation. So when you forgive them, you release the energy for other positive things to come to you. The 3 parts of you (your conscious mind, your subconscious, and your super-conscious or Higher Self) make decisions about your life experience, depending on the level of awareness and consciousness you've cultivated. In your sleep a part of you makes decisions; in your waking moments you sometimes make unconscious decisions. Even before you came into this physical body, you made some major decisions as to the purpose and major highlights of your life. You had a goal for coming here. The decisions you're not aware of will result in manifestations that, at first, will seem to be coming from outside of you. But as you raise your awareness and your consciousness, you begin to wipe out that misperception. At that level, you are taking responsibility for every single thing that happens in your life, and there is incredible freedom with that realization. If you believe that things are happening TO you, caused by any external source (such as your friends, your boss, the economy anything other than yourself), then that belief will keep you from seeing how you can respond to those things. You will be preventing yourself from expanding and finding responses to the situation. When you dont accept responsibility for the things in your life, you give up response-ability. This causes you to be blocked in terms of relationship problems, loss of a job, financial difficulties, etc. Anything unwanted is just a symptom of a blockage of the Source Energy flow. And if you don't take responsibility for the things that are occurring in your life, you are giving up your power your power to affect your life, to change it and to create it in any way you want. Responsibility never means guilt and blame; those are only expressed by people who have unresolved issues and memories. Guilt and blame are not

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related in any way to responsibility. Responsibility simply means acknowledging that nothing you see or experience has been caused by anything outside yourself. Therefore, with responsibility comes an awareness that the source of all you see and experience is YOU. Of course it takes learning and maturity to come to this understanding and see the link, and you start on that learning path by monitoring your thoughts in a non-judgmental way, and telling yourself, "I Am That." Never allow yourself to become frozen with guilt, especially for past failures. Don't dwell on the past, just decide to act correctly the next time. In terms of things you may feel guilty about that you have done: Whatever you did, know that the Universe is in perfect order, is always in equilibrium, and there are no mistakes just learning opportunities. With what you know now, and what you learned from that occurrence, you can decide to act differently the next time. As you gain awareness of your role in creating the things in your experience, including the things you were unaware of creating, then you begin to understand that somewhere inside of you, you wanted a change or a certain area of growth, so these conditions manifested in your life as growth and learning opportunities.

Impacting Others
We are all gifts and miracles to each other. Even though we may not immediately see how that's so, we are. This is such a mind-boggling insight that once you understand and accept it, it will change the way you interact with the world and thus will change your life. The Butterfly Effect is spoken of in popular culture as well as scientific circles. Meteorologists have theorized that the flap of a butterflys wings, for example, could account for drastic weather patterns felt on the other side of the world. The idea is that one small action can result in remarkable differences in outcome within a large and complex system. In other words, one change in the thoughts you are thinking today, right now could dramatically affect not only your life but the lives of everyone else on the planet. We live in a huge, interwoven, connected system in which we are all One. Everything each of us does has an affect on everyone else every thought, every

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word, every action. It's a huge chain reaction in the universe, not bound by time or space or form. When we start building businesses that are deliberately designed to give rather than receive, designed to increase others' wealth and happiness, then we will have true growth, without the serious side effects that have happened in the past and which we see playing out today. Businesses that cause the elevation of others prosper. So seek correct and fair trade with everyone you come into contact with, either through your business or in your daily life. Look for win-win situations. Whatever you want to get, give it away first... cause another to have it first. Follow the Principle of Cause and Effect, and watch your whole world change!

Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the ways you can, In all the places you can, At all the times you can, To all the people you can, As long as ever you can. ~ John Wesley

Conclusion

The Karmic Principle, or the Principle of Cause and Effect, is the second prime law in the Universe, next to Being. It is the force behind the creation of your life.

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Thoughts are the Cause; manifestations and your life circumstances are the Effects. Cultivate Peace, Forgiveness and Non-judgment in order to become more fully open to the Universal Flow of Energy with which you create your life. If you set the right cause in motion, then the effect will be automatic. When you cause others to experience anything, you will experience that in your own life, exponentially. By helping other people to become wealthy in any area of their life, you become wealthy yourself.

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