Every thought developed by man travels to his inner world and is transformed into an active entity, which, as the product of his mind, will have a life during a period of time that is in proportion to the impulse that generated it.
This is why we know that a good thought remains as an active and beneficial force, while a bad one will become a malicious demon. The result for each man will be a world inhabited by his impulses and passions, which will react when any sensitive or nervous organism interacts with him.
This phenomenon has different interpretations according to the currents of thought involved. For the initiated, it will be a conscious emission, but not so for others. In this essay, the words of the Master K. H. (Kuthumi) are cited to describe the nature of Kharma, in the hope that its interpretation will help vanish all doubts surrounding this issue.
Starting with these teachings, a road to the knowledge and approaches to Kharma is paved. The road starts by knowing that nature never betrays; blindness and ignorance are the ones who “generate” the “accidents”, which are the consequences of lack of knowledge or disdain of the principles and laws of the Universe.
- Title: “Karma”
- Author: Annie Besant
- Pages: 33