Karma for those who believe, is a law of natural consequences, a law that comes out of the Karmic system.

Within several belief systems, including Edgar Cacye’s theosophy (which now would be called New Age), Karma and the belief in past lives leads to a code of conduct.

Law of Karma is the ethics.
Karma as one applies it in their own life is the morals.

It is a stronger form than the “should” that we typically place on morals and ethics.

Karma for those who believe, is a law of natural consequences, a law that comes out of the Karmic system.

So, even though it may seem unorthodox, I believe it is a valid expression of ethical standards and personal morals as the belief informs the philosophy.

It is not part of my belief system, but I respect it for those that practice the tenets that lead forth from the belief system.

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