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Karma is a spiritual law of physics that states categorically that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Karma is a law of the universe that applies to all living things, to all heaven- ly bodies, all planets and ultimately, to all beings. Karma is the very nature of God’s consciousness. So how do you wrap your brain around the nature of God’s consciousness and making supper? Have you ever wondered:
If karma is really negotiable? About past life karma – why me God? If winning the lottery is karma or dumb luck? If you pick your parents (must rethink choices next life)? If not washing your car has karmic consequences (yes it does!)? If having cancer is related to karma? It is bad karma to question God or is God expecting the question? If the DNA you arrive with is karmic humor? If forgiving someone erases the karma of their actions? About stress and karma – do they always have lunch together? About holidays and karma – is there a gift in this picture?
Aren’t these fun questions? Wouldn’t you love to look at karma with a different eye, rather than the painful ‘eye for an eye’ concept? Relax! Enjoy a book that takes you on a journey of understanding the day-to-day karmic actions that we are all living. Gain a greater insight on a practical yet spiritual level. This helpful tool book will guide you on so many levels. Read one a week, one a day, however you like. Karma is life in action – your life. Look forward to enjoying life more by understanding how to appreciate the perfection of karma in all of our lives.
Tina D. Erwin, CDR, USN, Ret, has studied the spiritual side of life for many years, gaining insight into the interpersonal relationships at the heart of everyday living. These intense studies were further enhanced by the experiences of a dynamic 20-year career in the Navy, working for the U.S. Submarine Force, retiring at the Commander level. Erwin currently writes a weekly column on the philosophy of life, called Light Times.

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