OLIVIA´S CD Live - K A R M A (2014 / 2015 "3D" / HD)

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Liebe Mitmenschen; Freunde und Hörer,
heute stelle ich Euch mein persönliches Hörbuch vor, indem ich das aktuell spannedste Thema ergreife - Das Thema Karma.Viele von Euch wissen bereits über meine Person und Dasein.Meine Texte,die ich nun hier spreche habe ich selbst verfasst und mir ist es eine unersättliche Freude sowie Berufung, diese mit Euch zu teilen und bedingungslos schenken zu dürfen.
Lehnt Euch zurück,entspannt Euch und laßt all meine Botschaften in Liebe zu Euch fließen.
Paßt immer gut auf Euch und unser wundervolles Leben auf!
Ich bedanke mich von ganzem Herzen und bin sehr glücklich darüber, einem jedem Einzelnen,dem ich etwas hiermit vermitteln und schenken durfte.

Eure Olivia




Autor / Verfasser / Sprecher - Olivia / Ojgoldrausch - 2014 - Copyright

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VERY GOOD OLIVIA ANGEL OF MINE--Danke Shone, Thank you, Merci a vous, Gracias, Zuzanna kiss xox
Von ZUZANNA MUSIAL Letztes Juli
Karma and causality__Lotus symbolically represents karma in many Asian traditions. A blooming lotus flower is one of the few flowers that simultaneously carries seeds inside itself while it blooms. Seed is symbolically seen as cause, the flower effect. Lotus is also considered as a reminder that one can grow, share good karma and remain unstained even in muddy circumstances.

A common theme to theories of karma is its principle of causality. One of the earliest association of karma to causality occurs in the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad of Hinduism. For example, at 4.4.5-6, it states:

Now as a man is like this or like that,
according as he acts and according as he behaves, so will he be;
a man of good acts will become good, a man of bad acts, bad;
he becomes pure by pure deeds, bad by bad deeds;

And here they say that a person consists of desires,
and as is his desire, so is his will;
and as is his will, so is his deed;
and whatever deed he does, that he will reap.
—Brihadaranyaka Upanishad, 7th Century BC

The relationship of karma to causality is a central motif in all schools of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist thought. The theory of karma as causality holds that (1) executed actions of an individual affects the individual and the life he or she lives, and (2) the intentions of an individual affects the individual and the life he or she lives. Disinterested actions, or unintentional actions do not have the same positive or negative karmic effect, as interested and intentional actions. In Buddhism, for example, actions that are performed, or arise, or originate without any bad intent such as covetousness, are considered non-existent in karmic impact or neutral in influence to the individual.

Snippet from Wikipedia.
Von ZUZANNA MUSIAL Letztes Juli
MERCI ~ Thank You ~ Danke Sehr ~ Blessing @ALL O L I V I A ~~~
Von ۞OJGOLDRAUSCH۞ ᴴᴰ Letztes Jahr
。☆。*。☆♥.¸¸ ★。\|/。★ ♥-- ĿƠƔЄ---♥ ★。/|\。★ Namaste ❤❤SUUUUUUUUUUPER VIBES merci Angel
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