THE LAW OF KARMA. In Buddhism, the Law Of Karma states that for every intentional action there is a corresponding consequence. Beneficial actions produce beneficial results, and harmful actions produce harmful results. It is important to understand that the consequence of anything you do depends on your motive for doing it, so the deed itself is not as important as the intention, with regard to your own karma. It is also important to know that in this context the word `action' includes all intentional conduct, thought and speech


6-10-2002 - I was working in a large company, working on my computer. I suddenly remembered that I had another book to get out. It was already written and typed, but I hadn't prepared it for publication yet.

I had a new baby and I was allowed to take it to work with me. This male baby was amazing. Not only was he cute, he could talk already. At first he had his face covered with a yellow blanket. When the blanket was removed, he only had one eye open, and I recognized that look ... he resembled Ethan - our oldest grandson.

It was 9:30 a.m. and I heard a siren go off outside and the baby ducked down in his crib on his knees and hid his head in his arms.

I said, "What are you doing?"

He said, "Hiding my head, we have to get in the fallout shelter!"

I picked him up after the siren stopped and walked over to the couch with him. I sat him on my lap and asked him, "Where do you get this fallout shelter stuff from?"

He was about to tell me, when they came for me to start my new job. It was in a legal office. While I was in there, 'The teacher' and his secretary propped my baby up on the secretary's desk in his little carseat, so they could talk to him to see what he knew that we didn't know.

In this new office, I sat down at the desk, and there was a lot to do and it was all piled on top of the desk. I love to be busy, but just then the boss came in with a whole stack of legal documents and folders which I had to type.

He saw the stack of work on my desk and said, "That's what your top drawer is for." So I took the work from him, and opened the top drawer of the desk to put the other work in and the drawer was already full to the top.

I want to describe the boss. He was obviously a judge. He was an old man, dark suit, grey hair, slightly thinning in front. He was distinguished looking, but not very tall - maybe 5'6" or 5'8" tall and rather on the overweight side but not too fat. His voice was deep and authoritative.

After the boss went back into his office, which was right behind me, I opened the large brown notebook that was on top. It was a legal notebook, about 3 feet tall, about 2 feet wide. It was brown, with a heavy black binding on the side.

I opened it and inside, everything was written by hand, in various colors of ink, of blue, green, and black, and one page was full of long named signatures.

I was supposed to re-type all this information in a smaller notebook, also a legal notebook, but smaller, brown with black binding. It would fit right into the typewriter.

I hadn't yet had time to look at the other legal documents that came with the notebook.

I was quite overwhelmed with the work. I went over to the cabinet where I thought the office supplies should be. There was none.

Another secretary came in then, who I have to assume ran this 3 woman office. She asked me what I needed.

I told her that I needed the brown folder. She said I'd have to go to West Virginia to get some.

"West Virginia?" I thought to myself.

She asked me if I had a pencil and paper, so she could give me the address.

The first 3 pencils I grabbed off the desk, all had yellow lead in them. I finally found a stubby pencil with black lead. She started rattling off the address of the supplier in West Virginia where I could get a supply of notebooks to type in. She spelled the name of the town. It was Marion. (I'm pretty sure she spelled it Meriam) I can't remember the name of the street or company.

I was feeling really nervous to get this right, thinking I had to go all the way to West Virginia to get some notebooks and wondered why the office didn't have a supply of them.

She then said, "The salesman was in here two days ago and I got 4 of them from him, and I already used them up. You can call on the phone and get some more."

By then, I took a good look at her desk. She had so much work to do, she had a wall built around her desk to keep books and supplies on shelves so she didn't have to go running for them.

At that point, the third secretary came in. She was a pretty, thin, blonde woman. She said she had just come back from her honeymoon and asked me if I'd like to see a picture of her baby.

I said, "Sure!", so she showed me a picture of her child. It was a boy and he had a humongous jaw below and next to his mouth. I'm not saying it was like Jay Leno, it was twice to 3 times the size of Jay Leno's jaw and the skin was all all lumpy and bumpy like it had cysts in it.

I said, "Awwww.... " and I wanted to say more, but I couldn't say, "Oh how cute" ... she would have known I was lying. I was thinking, could I call him 'Sweet?' No! He obviously took after his father. I couldn't come up with a baby word ... so I just left it at "Awwww .... !!!!!"

She said then that she would be training me and I didn't have to do anything until I watched her do the whole procedure first and she said, "Each of the jury gets one of these - and I remembered the page of signatures - there were way more than 12 ...

See the picture at the top of the page... 42.

Dream #2 - 6-11-2002 - I went to work in the morning and forgot I had a new job to go to. I sat at my desk and there were various light colored pieces of paper on the desk, each one charging me with misdemeanor offenses and fining me 5 cents or 10 cents appropriately for the offense according to what I had done the day before.

At 1 p.m., I remembered about the new job, so I called the office and the secretary answered the phone, "Hello! This is Sharon."

I apologized for not being there and asked her if she needed me. She said she needed me right away, so I told her I'd be right there.

As I walked to the office, which was on the same floor I was working on, I met N.M. I told him, "I'm on my way to my new job, it's in room 210 - in the 'old' section." I visualized it in my mind and it was right around the corner in the 'old' section of the same building.




According to R. Allendy, this number represents "the antagonism in natural cycles. Here, the Spirit opposed to the matter, the good opposed to the evil, continue their fight in the oscillations of the world and result into the Karma - 4+2 = 6. It is the Karma or the Providence in the evolution - 42 = 6x7".

Assessors. The 42 judges (3 x 7 x 2) of the Soul in Egyptian teachings related to the Akashic Records.

J. Boehme calls this number "the Sky, place of the divine desire".

Number representing a time of suffering and test, according to the Bible.


The Egyptian Book of the Dead, and details the correct way to live in order to achieve immortality. This book instructed the citizens of Egypt to spend their lives preparing for the after-life - by learning and memorizing this Book of the Dead, which contained the correct procedures for the attainment of eternal life. The correct chants, the correct bread, the correct wine and beer, the correct direction in which the correct chants were to be performed by the departing soul. For after death the person's soul was believed to enter the Hall of Double Justice. This was an examination room which contained two chambers. The first chamber held forty two judges, each carrying a sharp sword, who examined particular aspects of the person's conscience. If the person mispronounced just one of these judges' names, or failed to be able to name them all correctly, or was found wanting in the way that they had lived their life, then any one of the forty two judges could cut the soul in two and deny it eternal life.

Only after successfully passing these Judges, could the soul move into the second chamber. Here waited Osiris, who was the "good one" waiting for his earthly children to arrive, Maat, a goddess against whom the person's heart was weighed, and beside her, ready to devour the hearts of the guilty, was Amemait, the Devourer. Over all this resided Toth the Moon god, the keeper of all records. He is the ultimate judge. Toth was possessed of complete knowledge and wisdom. He invented all the arts and sciences: arithmetic, surveying, geometry, astronomy, magic, medicine, surgery, music, drawing, and, most importantly, writing - so that all his wisdom would not be lost. He was the Lord of the Holy Words, The Keeper of the Divine Archives, and Patron of History. If the person's heart weighed in at exactly the same weight as Maat, and Toth noted that there were no evil deeds written in the book of their life, then and only then could the person enter into eternal life, which would be spent in service to the gods.

So the Book of the Dead was the formula, containing precisely detailed prescriptions, for how one could pass the Judgement awaiting after death. There were no printing presses, so each copy of the book had to be written by hand, either on the walls of tombs, or on papyrus scrolls. If there were any mistakes in the copy from which any person learned their lessons, and held in their hand at death, then they would probably be slain by one of the forty two judges, or eaten by the Devourer. It was important that the book was correct, and equally important that it was religiously adhered to. It was the only path to eternal life.


The God Atum, or Ra, Lord of the Universe, was the first of a divine line that produced two couples: Osiris and Isis, and Seth and Nephthys. Isis and her brother-husband ruled Egypt during a golden age, taking humanity under their protection. Seth, their brother, married to their sister Nephthys, became insanely jealous of Osiris and sought to destroy him. He lured Osiris into an open coffin, nailed it shut, and cast it into the Nile. Distraught, Isis searched everywhere for the coffin, finally finding it hidden in a sycamore tree in Phoenicia. When she returned with the coffin to Egypt, Seth seized the body of Osiris, cut it up into 14 pieces, and scattered the fragments. Isis, however, found them and, with the help of Anubis, the jackal God, put them back together, thus creating the first mummy.

Osiris’s posthumous son, Horus, was hidden from Seth by Isis. After he grew up, he avenged the death of his father by emasculating Seth but lost an eye in the struggle. Thoth, the ibis-headed God of wisdom and writing, intervened to heal both opponents, who were then summoned before a tribunal of Gods to determine their guilt or innocence. The deities found Horus in the right and ordered Seth to return his eye. Horus gave the eye to Osiris, who was then magically restored to life. Osiris, the first being to undergo death and resurrection, bequeathed the crown of Egypt to Horus and retired to the underworld, Amenthe, to rule over the dead. Spirits of the dead, who have been mummified after the example of Osiris, also may live eternally beyond the grave of Amenthe. The entrance lies in the extreme west beyond the sea where the sun descends over the earth.

Before arriving at Amenthe, the soul must successfully complete a perilous journey. The Book of the Dead, which relatives leave in the tomb along with food and other necessities, will guide the soul and ward off evil. With its help the deceased may elude demons and monstrous monkeys that lie in wait with nets to catch traveling souls. The dead must cross snake-infested plains and a body of water stretching to Amenthe. To reach Amenthe she must ask the taciturn ferryman Face-Behind (so called because he always faces backwards) to row her across the water.

At Amenthe’s gate sits a hybrid monster, part crocodile, part lion, part hippopotamus, who warns that he will tear out the heart of sinful travelers. Inside the gates, the soul wanders through magnificent halls until it comes to a place where there are 42 assessors, who initially hear its case. To them the soul must make the Declaration of Innocence, saying, "I have not blasphemed, I have not killed a human, I have not robed, I am pure," etc. Then comes the awesome final trial in the Hall of the Two Truths (approving and condemning) before Osiris and a tribunal of deities. Here three deities, Horus, Anubis, and Thoth, supervise the weighing of the heart of the deceased on a scale balanced against a feather, symbol of Maat, Goddess of truth. Anubis adjusts the balance carefully while Thoth, inventor of writing, sits ready to record the result. If the heart and Maat exactly balance, it proves the sincerity of the dead person’s Declaration of Innocence. Thoth’s report is then given to the divine tribunal, and the deceased advances to the throne of Osiris to receive the verdict and sentence.

If the soul is condemned, it is either scourged back to earth to be reincarnated as a vile animal or plunged into the tortures of fire and devils. Alternatively, it might be driven up into the atmosphere to be tossed by violent storms until its sins are expiated. The ruler of this zone is Pooh, overseer of souls in penance. After their purgation in this region, the souls are granted probation through another life in human form.

The blessed soul lives eternally with the Gods in Amenthe, where it may encounter its parents, offspring, friends, and lovers. The blessed hunts and fishes, plows and sows, reaps and gathers in the Field of the Sun on the banks of the Heavenly Nile. She will receive her reward in inexhaustible crops of beans and wheat, with bread from divine granaries and figs and grapes to eat.

Much of our knowledge of the Egyptian philosophy of death and the afterlife is derived from The Egyptian Book of the Dead.




There were more than one version of these Confessions , however they reflect the same meaning ,or compatible to each other ; The papyrus of " ANI", the papyrus of " NU " and the papyrus of " Nebseni " etc.

These confessions were originally written over 4500 or 5000 BC. in " NUBIAN Powerful Symbols of ACTION "  ;- The " KPA" writings, known to the Greeks as " HIEROGLYPHIC ". The same symbols type that were (or are) on the fishing canoes of the ( Nubians ) on the shores of WEST AFRICA and other shores of Africa. The possibilities that these confessions  were  being practice orally  without Hieroglyphic writings thousands of years before 5.000 BC is extremely  greater. 



(1) Hail, Usekh-nemmt, who comest forth from "ANU ",I have not committed sin.

(2) Hail, Hept-khert, who comest forth from Kher-aha (KERAHA), I have not committed robbery with violence .

(3) Hail, Fenti, who comest forth from Khemenu (KEMENU),I have not stolen.

(4) Hail, Am-khaibit, who comest forth from Qernet (KENET),I have not slain men and women.

(5) Hail, Neha-her, who comest forth from (RASTA),I have not stolen grain .

(6) Hail, Ruruti, who comest forth from ( Heaven ? ), [ HUNU ],I have not purloined offerings.

(7) Hail, Arfi-em-khet, who comest forth from Saut (Asyut),I have not stolen the property of the "SUPREME DIVINE".

(8) Hail, Neba, who comest and goest ,I have not uttered lies.

(9) Hail, Set-qesu (Set-Kesu), who comest forth from "Hensu",I have not carried away food.

(10) Hail, Utu-Nesert, who comest forth from "Het-Ka-Ptah",I have not uttered curses.

(11) Hail, Qerrti, who comest forth from Amentet,I have not committed adultery, I have not lain with a man.

(12) Hail, Her-f-ha-f, who comest forth from thy cavern ,I have made none to weep.

(13) Hail, Basti who comest forth from Bast (?) ,I have not eaten the heart ( I have not grieved uselessly, or felt remorse ),

(14) Hail, Ta-Retiu, who comest forth from the night ,I have not attacked any man.

(15) Hail, Unem-Snef, who comest forth from the execution chamber,I am not a man of deceit.

(16) Hail, Unem-Besek, who comest forth from Mabit,I have not stolen cultivated land.

(17) Hail, Neb-Maat, who comest forth from Maati, I have not been an eavesdropper.

(18) Hail, Tenemui, who comest forth from Bast,I have slandered [no man].

(19) Hail, Sertiu, who comest forth from " ANU ", ( Heliopolis ),I have not been angry without just cause(?).

(20)Hail, "TUTU ", who comest forth from "Ati ",I have not debauched the wife of [any] man .

(21)Hail, Uamemti, who comest forth from the Khebt chamber,I have not debauched the wife of [any] man.

(22)Hail, Maa-antuf, who comest forth from Per-MENU,I not polluted myself .

(23)Hail, Her-uru, who comest forth from Nehatu,I have terrorized none.

(24)Hail, Khemiu, who comest forth from "KAUI" (?),I have not transgressed [the law].

(25)Hail, Shet-Kheru, who comest forth from Urit,I have not been wroth.

(26)Hail, Nekhenu, [Nkenu](?) who comest forth from Heqat,I have not shut my ears to the words of truth.

(27)Hail, Kenemti, who comest forth from Kenment,I have not blasphemed.

(28)Hail, An-hete-f, who comest forth from Sau(Sais),I am not a man of violence.

(29)Hail, Sera-kheru, who comest forth from Unaset,I have not been a stirrer up of strife (or, a disturber of the peace).

(30)Hail, Neb-heru, who comest forth from Netchfet,I have not acted (or judged) with undue haste.

(31)Hail, Sekhriu. Who comest forth from Uten (?)I have not pried into matters.

(32)Hail, Neb-abui, who comest forth from Sauti, I have not multiplied my words in speaking.

(33)Hail, Nefer-Tem, who comest forth from Het-ka-Ptah ( Memphis ),I have wronged none, I have done no evil.

(34)Hail, Tem-Sepu, who comest forth from Tetu ( Busiri ),I have not worked witchcraft against the king. (blasphemed the king).

(35)Hail, Ari-em-ab-f, who comest forth from Tebu,I have never stopped [the flow of] water.

(36)Hail, Ahi, who comest forth from "NU",I have never raised my voice ( spoken arrogantly, or in anger ?).

(37)Hail, Uatch-rekhit, who comest forth from Sau, I have not cursed ( or blasphemed ) The "SUPREME DIVINE "

(38)Hail, Neheb-Ka, who comest forth from thy cavern,I have not acted with arrogance (?)

(39)Hail, Nehb-Nefert, who comest forth from thy cavern ,I have not stolen the bread of the "DIVINITIES".

(40)Hail, Tcheser-tep, who comest forth from the shrine,I have hot carried away the "Khenfu" cakes from the spirits of the dead.

(41)Hail, An-af, who comest forth from Maati, I have not snatched away the bread of the child, nor treated with contempt the " DIVINITI " of my city.

(42)Hail, Hatch-abhu, who comest forth from Te-she (the Fayyum), I have not slain the cattle belonging to the " DIVINITIES ".


The Ten Commandments, at death the transgressor is judged harshly if she has committed any of the great sins. The ancients believed that the deceased would stand in the Hall of Judgment, before 42 judges, call their names and profess innocence. His heart, or soul, as it was believed that the soul resided in the heart, was weighed on a scale and balanced against the feather of truth, or feather of Maat. Maat was the goddess of truth and divine order. The mortuary god, Anubis, administered the weighing. Many of the mortuary texts, papyrus making up the Book of the Dead, detail prayers for the deceased that appeal to the gods that their hearts not rise up and bear witness against them at this critical moment. If their hearts failed them, they would be devoured by a fiendish beast.

To be saved from this plight, would mean that the deceased could live in a land, parallel to the natural world, with a secure bounty, that would rival anything that they’d experienced on earth. Wheat would grow taller than a man, there’d be no droughts, no blights, no shortage of food, there would be peace, companionship, beauty, music and revelry.

They believed in their enjoyment of life and focused on enjoying their life, whether laborer or noble, they celebrated holidays set aside for the gods. They believed that their lot was part of the ‘big picture’, believed that preservation of the body after death was important and that their fate in the afterlife, depended upon how they behaved in the land of the living.

There were thieves, murderers and other wrongdoers in this society and they, not unlike Christians confessing their sins, believed that they could appeal to the gods and relieve themselves of some of the guilt.

Wealth played a role in their judgment only so far as, the deceased could afford to send along prayers and spells written on fine papyrus, and be received into the afterlife from tombs that depicted their good works, that their faces could be captured in their youth in a golden mask, on the back of which, could be inscribed prayers, the identities of the 42 judges, and the feats of the deceased. Ushabtis or shabtis (doll-size representatives of the deceased) could be taken along the final trek, when called upon to work, the deceased could send a proxy in the form of a Shabti to fulfill his duties in the divine fields.


Buddhist (Tibetan) Everyone has returned from death. Many persons do no believe this because they cannot remember it, yet although they have no memory of their birth, they do not doubt that they were born. The supreme goal is to be born no more. This can be accomplished when one understands that the world is an illusion, a mental construct. This knowledge, plus a willingness to understand that the self is likewise an illusion, liberates one to merge with the Universal Mind, the divine mind of Buddha, in the state of enlightenment known as Nirvana.

At the moment of death, the deceased enters the Bardo state, the after death plane, lasting about 49 days between death and rebirth. The Bardo has three stages: the Chikhai Bardo, the Chonyid Bardo, and the Sidpa Bardo. The Chikhai Bardo begins at the moment of death, when the deceased has a supreme vision of the liberating Truth. But the dead person, unless trained in yoga or meditation, will not be able to remain in this transcendental state. Only those who have come close to negating the self can seize this opportunity to enter Nirvana. The great majority pass through the brilliantly intense divine light, unwilling to be absorbed into it. In this Bardo the deceased person may remain several days in a trancelike state, unaware that s/he has separated from the physical body.

In the second state, the Chonyid Bardo, the deceased encounters the dreamlike state of karmic illusion. (Karma is the psychic residue of our previous existence.) Thought forms generated by the deceased person’s own mental content take on terrifying reality. The deceased involuntarily fabricates encounters with good and evil powers, peaceful and angry deities. Buddhas (enlightened ones) and Bodhisattvas (semidivine beings who have deferred their own Nirvanic state in order to help others achieve it) appear majestic and awesome. Their radiance will cause the impure deceased person to shrink back so as to preserve his/her insignificant selfhood. Many lights and colors will bewilder the dead person. Evil karma may produce thought forms of flesh-eating demons making a frightful tumult, competing with each other to seize the deceased. In this Bardo, the deceased will experience a vision of judgment and punishment. Dharma-Raja, King of the Dead, holds a balance scale on which are placed black pebbles (evil deeds) and white pebbles (good deeds) to be weighed. Supervising the weighing is the monkey-headed god Shinje. Also present is a jury of Gods, some with animal heads, some with human heads. Dharma-Raja holds up the Mirror of Karma, in which the naked deceased person in reflected. Devils await to conduct evildoers to the hell-world of purgation. None of these deities or demons have any real existence; they are thought forms. If the deceased could realize this, s/he would enter the Nirvanic state.

In the third stage, the Sidpa Bardo, the deceased descends into the ultimate degradation of a new physical birth, having been unable to profit from experiencing the two previous Bardo states. Although the deceased might have taken rebirth in a nonhuman world or one of the Paradise realms, human life along generates the karma that makes it possible to end the rebirth cycle.

[The Tibetan Book of the Dead: The Great Liberation Through Hearing in the Bardo by Guru Rinpoche, et al]


The Mimamsa accepted the logical and philosophical teachings of the other schools, but felt that these paid insufficient attention to right action. They believed that the other schools of thought, which pursued moksha(release) as their ultimate aim, were not completely free from desire and selfishness. According to the Mimamsa, the very striving for liberation stemmed from a selfish desire to be free. Only by acting in accordance with the prescriptions of the Vedas could one attain salvation (rather than liberation). At a later stage, however, the Mimamsa school changed its views in this regard and began to teach the doctrines of God and mukti (freedom). Its adherents then advocated the release or escape from the soul from its constraints through what was known as jnana karma (enlightened activity). While Mimamsa does not receive much scholarly attention these days, its influence can be felt in the life of the practising Hindu. All Hindu ritual, ceremony and religious law is influenced by it.

The soul incarnates again and again in response to karma, or the effects caused by actions taken and accumulated life after life until one has attained moksha, or liberation from samsara, the endless cycle of birth, death and rebirth. The Sanskrit word for soul is atman.

The Vedas show a special appreciation for honesty, even as a supernatural power. Honor and Eloquence are highly valued

Yoga is attained through incessant efforts also called yoga. Joining or yoking oneself to this endeavor is called yoga. Since the practice can vary in outwardly efforts, the various modes or ways are known conventionally by different names, Karmayoga (Yoga of Selfless Action), Saankhyayoga (Yoga of Analytical, Direct Experience), Bhaktiyoga (Yoga of Devotion), Dhyaanayoga (Yoga of Meditation, Direct Experience), Jnyaanayoga (Yoga of Knowledge), Abhyaasayoga (Yoga Through Practice, Perseverance), Buddhiyoga (Yoga of Intellect, Determination), Sannyaasayoga (Yoga of Renunciation).

Attaining Yoga through yoga practice is an unstoppable process. Once started, it progresses inexorably to its ultimate goal, Yoga.

Yoga is not attainable in one lifetime. It takes many lifetimes of yoga efforts to attain Yoga. The progress continues from one life to the next; one resumes in another life where one leaves off in the current one at death.

The inheritance of the yoga progress in next life is also accompanied by the inheritance of Karma, the baggage of deeds and unfulfilled desires that are the cause of clouding of Self-Knowledge. Karma comprises both the good and the bad. The reduction of Karma baggage or burden is the flip side of the yoga coin. The complete disappearance of Karma is synonymous with attainment of Yoga, the blissful Self-Knowledge.

The most important ingredients in the practice and attainment of Yoga are the decision to pursue this goal, and the determination and perseverance to stay on the yoga path to the goal. The mental faculty of making the decision and pursuing its determined implementation is called Buddhi. Yoking one's Buddhi to this endeavor is called Buddhiyoga, which is not usually the focus of the classical discussion of yoga practices. However, it is the central theme of Krishna's teaching. Yoga is a conscious, deliberate process presided over by the Buddhi (the thinking mind).

Buddhi is loosely translated as intellect with its connotation of the thinking prowess of mind. However, intellect is only one half of Buddhi that is essential to making a considered decision. The other half, that is presiding over implementation, is equally important, because without it the decisions would become idle mental exertion. This aspect is very lucidly brought out in Geetaa. Buddhiyoga is not a mere intellectual exercise in the conventional sense, but must necessarily include practice that can often be inconvenient at best and painful at worst.



'Karma' is a simplistic explanation and understanding for a more complex reality. It is rather like making a simple explanation to a child about, say, sex, but knowing better. The child's version is not seen simultaneously, it is a provisional, simplified version of reality, to be transcended when the child's understanding has matured. The same for any other aspect of 'phenomenal' existence, like the existence of egos as genuine beings or entities, which have karma, and are reborn.

Karma in particular can be a trap, because it can be gotten around, or burned up, by a guru or master, or even a good therapist. The fact that there are phonies who claim to be able to do this and clearly suffer their own 'karma' in attempting to do so does not belie that karma is not fixed.Jesus could heal people, and cast out demons. Freud similarly was able to cure cases which were deemed incurable at the time, through talking to patients, listening to their dreams - in effect burning their karma, making it clear to them that they weren't 'to blame,' building bridges between the conscious and unconscious.

The attachment people have to karma generally comes down to the same attachment they have to ego or self, which is 'responsibility,' especially the idea that 'other people' should be responsible, and moral, and good, and obey the law, and so forth. We blame people, we make them pay, and call it karma. We start this out by telling little children that they are 'bad'; and they believe it, which causes immense problems down the line, as they try to recover the natural goodness that was stolen from them when they were too young to know better.

Let each individual search within themselves. Let each individual seek to walk the way of peace. Like a loving parent who constantly forgives the child for errors made during the learning process, let each individual seek the understanding of the errors that are made by others that they may learn to forgive themselves as they forgive others. Let each individual aid others find the path leading outwards from their entrapment within the Hell of their Own Thoughts, and in so doing, find the path to contentment within themselves.
Let it be known to the peace makers of the world that, each must find the ‘way’ from within his own temple. Therefore, look not about the external for peace... there it will never exist. Peace must be brought to the external from within. Understand, that for this to occur, each must agree to be guided by its precepts. If there is but one among you who follow the stubbornness-of-his-own-way, peace will not be found among you.








For ease of understanding, the Akashic Records or "The Book of Life" can be equated to the universe's super computer system. It is this system that acts as the central storehouse of all information for every individual who has ever lived upon the earth. More than just a reservoir of events, the Akashic Records contain every deed, word, feeling, thought, and intent that has ever occurred at any time in the history of the world. Much more than simply a memory storehouse, however, these Akashic Records are interactive in that they have a tremendous influence upon our everyday lives, our relationships, our feelings and belief systems, and the potential realities we draw toward us.

The Akashic Records contain the entire history of every soul since the dawn of Creation. These records connect each one of us to one another. They contain the stimulus for every archetypal symbol or mythic story which has ever deeply touched patterns of human behavior and experience. They have been the inspiration for dreams and invention. They draw us toward or repel us from one another. They mold and shape levels of human consciousness. They are a portion of Divine Mind. They are the unbiased judge and jury that attempt to guide, educate, and transform every individual to become the very best that she or he can be. They embody an ever-changing fluid array of possible futures that are called into potential as we humans interact and learn from the data that has already been accumulated.

The first reference in Scripture to some unearthly volume is found in Exodus 32:32. After the Israelites had committed a most grievous sin by worshiping the golden calf, it was Moses who pleaded on their behalf, even offering to take full responsibility and have his own name stricken "out of thy book which thou hast written" in recompense for their deed. Later, in the Old Testament, we learn that there is nothing about an individual that is not known in this same book. In Psalm 139, David makes reference to the fact God has written down everything about him and all the details of his life – even that which is imperfect and those deeds which have yet to be performed.

The Akashic Records, the Tao's memory bank, keeps track of events according to certain blocks or ribbons of experience. Think of it this way. With each event, an imbalance is recorded in an open file on the imbalance column. The imbalance generates an impetus for immediate or eventual balance of the sheet. When the event has been experienced in reverse the balance column is checked and the file is then considered closed. This is the law of karma, sometimes called the law of debt. The Akashic records are kept perfectly and no file is ever lost or forgotten.

The creation of karma has everything to do with choice. You choose all your karmic lessons no matter how disagreeable you might feel they are. However, whether you judge karma good or bad has to do with your impact on other people's choices. When you interfere with the free choices of others, you create what looks like negative karma. When you promote and create the opportunity for greater choices for others, you create what appears to be positive karma.

Karma however is neither good nor bad. It is your judgment which makes it appear positive or negative. You may generate what you may call positive karma by donating a large sum of money to a needy individual. In another incident, you may generate what you call negative karma by stealing a large sum of money from your neighbor. Both are important lessons in living that ultimately lead toward greater human understanding and love. The one judged negative simply is the longer path.

It is believed by some that the events recorded upon that akasha can be ascertained or read in certain states of consciousness. Such states of consciousness can be induced by certain stages of sleep, weakness, illness, drugs, and meditation so not only mystics but ordinary people can and do perceive the akashic records. Some mystics claim to be able to reanimate their contents like they were turning on a celestial television set. Yogis also believe that these records can be perceived in certain psychic states.

Certain persons in subconscious states do read the akashic records. An explanation for this phenomena is that the akashic records are the macrocosm of the individual subconscious mind. Both function similarly, they possess thoughts which are never forgotten. The collective subconscious gathers all thoughts from each subconscious mind which can be read by other subconscious minds.

Accessing information from the Akashic Stream requires attunement to special vibrations of both the depository and the information. This information is not available to all souls. When a soul is qualified to obtain further information from the akashic records, they will obtain it, but not before.

Though you may not be able to access the Akashic records yourself, you can get help from people who 'do' have access, or if you know how to meditate, you can ask your guardian angels and or spirit guides to help you learn what it is you need to know in order to progress spiritually.

You may experience some of this information in dreams, once you become 'aware',as some of you are doing at this time; and you will be finding that your dreams can continue when you awake. And because you have let go of your logical mind, you no longer need to say "This is my imagination" and you can accept the continuation of the dream. Energies you need to work on are usually felt as fear, or pain, jealousy, envy,or other negative emotions and you may not want to experience it at that time. But if you are aware, you can appreciate that feeling and allow it to be expressed and then remove the judgement that you had to the outcome of that fear or other emotion that came upon you. And as it returns in your awareness, a little piece of the jigsaw that is you and your past is added to your puzzle, and the personal jigsaw becomes more whole.

The whole point of knowing what is in your Akashic records is so you can balance them out. If you are jealous of another person, strive to let that person be who they are, and let them be like a butterfly in your hand. Let them fly free, because they don't belong to you and you can love them no matter where they are.

If you are feeling fear about something, you will have to face your fear, whatever it is, and overcome it.

I know personally how difficult this is, so nobody will judge you but yourself. Some fears are never alleviated in this lifetime because they are too difficult. Just do your best. No one can ask more.

"Emotional Housekeeping, The Limitation of Fear, Accessing the Akashic Records"


7-20-88 - DREAM - I moved into a huge old white house with my husband and kids. It was gigantic. I didn't know where or what all the rooms were yet. I knew there were 3 bathrooms just on the first floor. There were a set of double doors on all 4 sides of the house. I hadn't yet figured out how to tune in the TV. It had more knobs and stations and was bigger than my old one. I went to see what the kids were doing. I discovered a little lighted room behind the sofa. I said it could be a playroom. There was a huge gold metal form protruding into the room from the back wall. I didn't know what it was or if it was dangerous.

My husband said I could advertise in the paper for a part-time job at home. He said the hours could be 10 am. to 9 p.m. I said, It sure won't be babysitting. There are enough kids around here already." I could hear children playing outside all around the house. I also thought to myself. It seems like there's an awful lot of traffic going by too.

I had some new taped books to study. One of them was numbered 2100. I pressed the button to start it.The light went out. There wasn't enough power in the house to operate it yet.


2-15-99 - DREAM ? On a web page discussion, I was told that there are not 210 theories, there are only 209 because one of the 210 theories is a truth.

I was shown that I had the ticket. It was white with red and blue printing on it. It was one inch high by 6" or so wide.


11-21-00 - DREAM - I was in my new apartment which I had just moved into. It was apartment 210 (hah ... see the date?) (It seems this dream was kind of a completion of the previous one though I got up and walked around the house and then went back to sleep)

I went down to the lobby to let some movers in. They were delivering a foldout couch for someone for apartment 49. I didn't know where apartment 49 was. The numbers in this building didn't run that small, and it seemed that 49 correlated to another number which turned out to be 211. That was right next to my apartment.

So, while they were delivering the couch to 49/211, I was just standing in the hallway with some other people. It was like we were non-animated for a short while, and then I came to the realization that there were other things to do than just stand there. As soon as I started to move, I saw that I was in a maintenance type area and other people were there to work on that.

I went back to my apartment which was across the hall .. number 210. Again, I had left the door open, and when I went inside, I was looking around to see if anyone had come in and was hiding somewhere. The apartment was huge ... like 10 times larger than anywhere I've ever lived before.

Suddenly, I spotted two guys sitting on the couch ...a white guy and a black guy. They were wearing heavy winter weight black overcoats and hats. I didn't know who they were. The black man said to me, "You look like hell, like someone the cat dragged in out of the alley."

I said sarcastically, "Thanks!" and dropped down onto the other couch myself to find out what these guys wanted.

The black man did all the talking. He said, "The reason I say that is that I live in the "Alley" and people in the alley hate everyone else, especially other people who live in the alley and even more so, people who Don't live in the alley.

I said, 'Yes!" I understood that. I had lived in the "Alley" myself for awhile back in the early 90's.

He went on. "We have a job for you. You look like a problem solver, and we have problems that need solving. That seems like a job you could do." At that moment, A huge newspaper salesman type apron folded out on this chest and lap, with huge newspaper ads about the problems in the alley. He went on, "We want you to solve these problems for the people in the Alley!"

I got a big smile on my face and said, "Now! There is something I could do!" And he smiled and I felt really happy, something I hadn't' felt in a long time ... I could do something that really felt worthwhile.

The men rather vanished, I don't know where they went, and other women were gathering around that had just walked in the door.

The black man had left behind his daily calendar and receipts of where he went for lunch. The women were looking at his receipts and obviously he ate the 'best' as when I looked at the receipts, lunch cost him $67. I was amazed. He seemed to be doing quite well for himself.

I then spotted his daily calendar book and opened it up. The book was about 4 x 5 inches, and was a 3 ring binder it seemed with loose leaf pages in it, divided into squares where he wrote down ideas, problems, and drew little cartoon pictures which he colored in with pencils. I never saw writing that small before and was amazed he could get so much writing in those little squares.

All of a sudden, I spotted the black man taking a nap on the couch right next to me. His black coat and hat and face were covered over with a dark grey/black blanket and I hadn't noticed him.

I quickly snapped his daily calendar book shut and set it down. I don't think he noticed that I had been peeking at it. But it sure gave me some ideas in a quick hurry.

I then had to go do something in the building and I went to the door and stood there. At that moment, I saw a short dark haired woman arrive at apartment 211. The door was closed ... it was a heavy steel door and was double wide. It didn't seem like a regular apartment at all. As I stood there, she said she had a meeting in there and hoped she was on time. Someone let her in.

Then as I stood there a moment longer, a taller blond woman arrived for the meeting. She was rather in a gloating mood, rather laughing that the short dark haired woman had arrived on time. It seemed that they were going to be confronting each other in there.

Another girl came along from behind me in my apartment and we were going to leave the apartment together ... I guess the black man was still sleeping on my couch. I made sure I had my 'walking keys'... which means I had all my master keys with me ... as I checked them all out to make sure I did.

NOTE: It seems really odd that the jobs I've had and things I've done over the years coincidentally or synchronistically seem to appear in my dreams and they have double meanings now.