I wanna ask you about karma and the idea of “receiving from the world what you give to the world” as Gary writes it. What are your observations of what you’ve given the world and what you’re receiving from it? Respond from a multi-sensory standpoint 🙂
You asked me about the notion of “Karma”, in “The Seat Of The Soul” sense. You know I really have been thinking about it more than I usually do, on a few different fronts. I told you that I was able to secure all types of support letters for this clemency petition, from people I don’t even know, but they were able to feel my energy through others, and it really humbled me. To the point of I can’t even face it to be honest. If you were to ask me, I would tell you that I have always and will continue to put out good energy, constructive vibes and thoughts, refrain from pettiness and small-mindedness, and the spirit that we can overcome all the perceived obstacles that are in our way, and I really do see why it is coming back 10-fold. I am only being balanced and compensated for being someone who thinks and considers others before he does himself. And I say this with extreme humility. I give clarity, and it comes back. I give love (selflessness), and it comes back. I am proud to be where I am in the karma equation, prison-aside.
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I do wanna add how it’s easy for us to think about karma when it comes to looking at the world outside of ourselves but when we have to look introspectively, it hits different. Like when I look at my life and see things that I feel are in alignment, I’m proud and happy of the words, actions and thoughts I put out into the universe. But as I look at the things that are not in alignment with what I want then I have to look at maybe the areas in my subconscious where I am releasing energies that are not in my best interests, weather it be through words or thoughts, and become more aware of those.
“Each personality contributes, in its own special way, with its own special aptitudes and lessons to learn, consciously or unconsciously, to the evolution of its soul. The life of a mother, a warrior, a daughter, a priest; the experiences of love, vulnerability, fear, loss and tenderness; the struggles with anger, defiance, emptiness and jealousy—all serve the evolution of the soul. Each physical, emotional and psychological characteristic that comprises a personality and it’s body—strong or weak arms, dense or penetrating intellect, happy or despairing disposition, yellow or black skin, even hair and eye color—-is perfectly suited to its soul’s purpose.Gary Zukav