Djwhal Khul here. Tashi Delek.
Alright. Essentially we have the afternoon light streaming in here so making a nice effect on the video. And this week I want to put forth the concept of Justice and Karma.
Now Karma is something that can be transcended. It generally is balanced at some point in your existence after several lifetimes. And when you clear or what I call, tip the scales of Karma, you’ve cleared at least 51% of the Karma, then you start really making good headway and you can really sort of be released from Karma. That does not release you from cause and effect because that is the operating system so to speak.
Now when we get into Justice, we have much room for debate on what that is. And it can come from morals, laws, cultural preferences, tradition, all kinds of things, and now that really humanity is a global community, I encourage you to talk about what Justice means to you.
And when you feel Justice is served or Justice is not served, and keep in mind truly when it looks like there is an injustice, there most certainly will be Karma.
Just to briefly talk about that. Sometimes when I talk about the Bardo, or the Tibetan Book of the Living Dead if you want to go more into depth but we do have, I think, some articles in the Spirituality Articles free section on Bardo.
That’s after you leave this incarnation, you do have a three day review where you take a look at all the harm you’ve done and you make restitution, do your best to clear the Karma there and some can actually ascend if they’re close enough and they tidy up that last little bit.
So there is no escape essentially and there is always Justice and there is a group called the Karmic Board, that does review things when it comes to especially large numbers of Humanity.
Alright Dear Ones. Enjoy debating justice and Karma. As always, thank you and my love to you.
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
(Spirituality Article, Transcribed by Micheline Ralet)