The Mystery of Karma and its Dissolution (1)

past lifeスピリチュアルの世界【spiritual-world】

First of all, what is karma? In Buddhism, it is said to be a fate that accumulates as a result of one’s actions.

You may have heard the phrase, “Actions done in the past are coming out as karma.”

Especially those who are spiritualists, for example.

Your past life karma is affecting this life.”

Your ancestors’ karma affects your descendants.”

Many people say things like.

But I have always wondered about that.

As I have written before, “I don’t care about past lives to live in the present. It doesn’t matter. It doesn’t matter.

And I don’t even know what you mean by ancestors’…, but that is also strange if you think about it logically.

Because ancestors (parents) do things that hurt their descendants (children/grandchildren), right?

And only to certain descendants (children and grandchildren).

What kind of grudge would you have against them? Don’t you think?

Besides, how many descendants do you think exist if you go back to your ancestors?

I can understand if everyone has some problem with their ancestors’ karma, but the phenomenon of it happening only to certain descendants is not possible from my point of view.

So would you say that makes them the chosen offspring in a good way or a bad way?

No, right?

I think the bottom line is that they just want to “blame someone or something” for the problems that are happening now.

That is not to say that I am saying that there is nothing spiritual at all.

This is because there are some ancestors who are not able to attain Buddhahood halfway through their lives and cause trouble for their descendants.

But in that case, from what I have seen in my consultations, it seems to be a straggler ancestor among the ancestors that is doing the deed.

Hagakure Ancestors is a name I have given myself, but the point is that I feel that ancestors who could not marry, or who could marry but it did not work out and died alone as a result of some problem (usually a problem in the family) often have a strong resentment and cause problems for their descendants without becoming a Buddha.

Even after death, it is selfish in my opinion.

But so strong are human assumptions and feelings of loneliness.

In case you are wondering, I think that only about 10% of the problems that are occurring now are caused by psychic disturbances from ancestors.

I mean, only about 30% of the time, the cause is in a spiritual place.

It is written in some literature that most problems are caused by our own actions and beliefs, and that only about 30% of problems are actually caused by spiritual things.

But I think people don’t want to get hurt and don’t want to take responsibility, so they want to blame something good and invisible.