"A universal law places each of us in the conditions which provide the exact spiritual lessons we need in order to become more god-like." Stephen Arroyo, 'Karma and the Birth-Chart'
"Ultimately at the highest level of our being, we are not separate from others." Diana Dunningham Chapotin, 'Karma Re-Examined: Do We Ever Suffer Undeservedly?'
"Increasingly, we need to make our decisions from the larger perspective provided by serving the One Life." William Metzger, 'Choosing: Karma & Kharma in the 21st Century'
"The purpose of the moral life is to promote overall good, the good of the One Life of which we are all part." William Metzger, 'Choosing: Karma & Dharma in the 21st Century'
"Virtually all that we experience as major life events are part of a destiny in which various souls are linked through countless unseen ways." Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'
"Dynamic nondualism illuminates the means for reconciling all differences, whether in knowledge, religion, or political ideology. It permits understanding the dualities of existence as interactive or mutually defining polarities. These pervasive dualities are not irreconcilable opposites but necessary and indispensable to every constructive and creative happening, including the process of evolution itself." Anna Freifeld Lemkow, 'Karmic Process in Science and Society'
"When we genuinely open our hearts, the deep feeling of our connectedness to all beings is a tremendously effective force, which can then motivate a wide variety of skillful actions." Joseph Goldstein, 'A Buddhist View of Karma'
"We are all one and through that oneness we should share the harmony, the beauty, the well-being which is a normal asset of humanity." Alfred Taylor, 'Can We Avoid Karmic Debts?'
"As groups are interdependent in a society and nations are interdependent in the world, each individual is in some ways linked with all others, and we all share in the outcome of world events." Shirley Nicholson, 'Karma as Organic Process'
"Myths are the eternal patterns of man's soul. They are alive and well in our dreams, in our fantasies, in our loves and hates, in the fabric of our lives." Liz Greene, 'The Ancient Shape of Fate'
"Each person is a manifestation of the One Life, or Spirit, and so is one not only with his fellow human beings but with all nature." Alfred Taylor, 'Can We Avoid Karmic Debts?'
"Past and future are connected…events flow in the Whole where movement at any level of life affects all other levels." Editors
"Particular events take place…because of an organic linking of the whole of cosmic experience, a linkage which is such that all events in the Cosmos are bound together in one harmonious correlation." Prem and Ashish, 'Man, the Measure of All Things'
"According to the theosophical perspective, the universe is one – living, intelligent and intelligible, multileveled, and comprised of beings that, together with the universe itself, co-evolve toward a higher life." Anna Freifeld Lemkow, 'Karmic Process in Science and Society'
"Every human life is infinitely precious, beyond our most imaginative comprehension." Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'
"Every soul is wholly unique and precious, and each has a vital part to play." Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'
"The Kabbalah emphasizes that in all matters of earthly life – encompassing our health, livelihood, and social relationships – the crucial perspective to adopt is that everything is part of the divine plan." Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'
"The world is not a fortuitous organization of atoms but an intelligent and intelligible organization or system, itself comprised of a myriad subsystems – of wholes within larger, more encompassing wholes, or lives within lives." Anna Freifeld Lemkow, 'Karmic Process in Science and Society'
"In essence, the Kabbalah has long taught that every human soul is created by God…in order to fulfill a unique role in the divine plan, a notion that recalls the Hindu concept of one's dharma." Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'
"Everyone in the world is affected by every individual action." Felix Layton, 'Karma in Motion'
"Humankind is on the move, emerging from a chain reaction of cause and effect that stretches back for billions of years. Now this species has the power to affect its own evolution by conscious choice….the capacity to be responsible, the will to do right when to do so is required to survive." Anatoly Gromyko and Martin Hellman, 'Breakthrough'
"Because everything that exists is in constant interplay, each element of the cosmos moves in correspondence to all others." Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'
"In a sense our actions do affect all mankind. We tend to see our lives as in a limited sphere, our influence extending only to those in our immediate vicinity. But the universe is not created from isolated bits. It is a vast network of interconnections in all directions, at all levels. Our actions do not stop at the periphery of our vision but affect the whole of life in some measure, one way or another." Shirley Nicholson, 'Karma as Organic Process'
"Paradoxically, the more one obeys the laws of one's higher nature – the more one identifies with others – the freer and more creative one becomes." Anna Freifeld Lemkow, 'Karmic Process in Science and Society'
"Rabbi Moses Chaim Luzzato, an Italian Kabbalist of the eighteenth century commented, 'all men are bound to each other.'" Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., 'A Kabbalistic View of Karma'