The Impact of Belief on Karma & Vice Versa

When letting go of the addictive words and symbols I cherished became easier, there’s no doubt my behaviour shifted for the better. By the way, this change didn’t come from other thoughts enforcing the release which is actually redirecting my attention, but by clearly understanding the nature of Complex Thinking. Furthermore, I now understand why Belief operates in greater efficiency inside the conventional mind, in the Herd’s head.

You see, when managed, the normal-thinking person’s investment into ideas must allow them enough room or space to flow and stay productive as they’re not so wound up in the background or entangled in a broader ‘out-there’ picture, if that makes sense. They are successfully conditioned into a surface-layer dimension or general band of thinking, which ultimately means smoother waves of sensation on a graciously smaller mental map. So how could they possibly go wrong, right?

Whereas we, in the minority on the other odd-end, tend to overstretch ourselves when attempting to fit into this line. We inherit different challenges which are a bit more extreme and that no one seriously wants to help out with, let alone acknowledge the deeper nature of.

Perhaps Traditional Belief is solely meant for the Herd’s needs, as these guys obviously run the show from within a cleaner environment. Upload the instructions (from peers) while also capping the reward and punishment quotas (set in the standard sensory system), and he or she is usually right to go! They’ll apply this feature to the world with greater efficiency than the odd person can.

But hold up… While we are on this topic, let’s take it one step further and observe the reactions from the world around us when we operate from Belief. Let’s look at the feedback system that returns a value from the other end of our belief or when the world responds back at us either positively or negatively from the way we’ve acted while under the influence of our beliefs.

Surely, the same rules must apply to everyone when dealing with the effects of ‘belief-driven activity’ in the real world, regardless of any sensitivity issue? To every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction, no matter who I am, what mind I hold, or what my thoughts tell me. Right? Which would also mean that the consequences of an action that stems from a person’s belief should inevitably impact all the influencing minds that enabled the event to occur, divvying up karma proportionally (good & bad) among many people (that’s if I was to dive deep-deep-deep into it!).

That is, there has to be a greater merit system quietly operating in the background keeping tabs on all of us, one that also prevents negative karma from immediately balancing out for certain types of questionable behaviour (especially that coming from the sneakiest of people, which I’ve often wondered how they keep getting away with stuff and getting rewarded).

Otherwise, if this isn’t the case, I’ll be able to craft my way through life while other people take the fall for things that they don’t completely see. In my manipulation, I’ll extract the positive in life via a number of Hosts, and channel the negative in life back onto them. It will go straight back onto those who conduct themselves under the direction of my thoughts. Therefore, if I’m bright and manage to spread the numbers out efficiently, I believe that I may also avoid detection and negative consequences indefinitely.

The Rippling Effects of Our Actions

The point of all this is, if I live life speculating on tasty beliefs and put boring facts further aside, or if I craft my thoughts onto others in the aim of manipulating them for means of energy gathering (whether I’m conscious of it or not), there will be consequences to pay. Needless to say, this holds true for even the best-of-the-best managers of belief, who will still land themselves in trouble when messing with the system.

A build-up of ignorance causes a chain of reactions to occur and I believe that these will hit someone somewhere down the track. Whether it is in this lifetime or another, this cost will be picked up and with interest (because nothing in life is free!). This dynamic can clearly be seen in the Sci-Tech boom over the years, which has now made it easier for us humans to pass the buck at the end of the day, thinking that our children will handle the backlog of life’s byproducts under an always fresh flow of innovation that will take the brunt of it. Although, some might see this technological escalation as ‘contamination’, where too many signals have bombarded a community of minds made vulnerable through the neglect of psychological strengthening (we need to patch up!).

Upcoming Science & Technology will eventually fix our problems. Let’s put it on the tab and forget about it!

But like a storm or drought where the conditions start from thousands of miles away, flipsides are inevitable and they will pop up anywhere, anytime. They’ll get past our gadgets as nature always finds a way to serve back our ignorances. Or at least from my small take on things it certainly does.

Unless the best-of-the-best know a trick or two on how to solidly pass the buck to someone else’s children who will appreciate the challenge in the long run. If so, let’s collaborate and mitigate! Otherwise, we need to realise that our actions bring consequences, no matter what mind we have or what beliefs we embrace.