Karma a Result of Yesterday’s Behavior – Karmic Law Teleseminar
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) March 29, 2006
There is positive and negative karma. It is a result of yesterday’s behavior. This New Thought teleseminar (on Thursday, 30 March 2006) provides a definition of all types, touching on lifetimes but examining current events in the light of recent behavior.
Recognition of karma as a result of recent events is one of the first steps in conditioning oneself toward preventing self-destructive behavior. This keeps you from creating more karma.
Self-destructive behavior is getting negative results from something the individual gave out (created). It can come from our thoughts, words, actions in the same way that we are affected by cause and effect – what we give out comes back. You know the old expression – “What goes around, comes around”.
Most people today think of karma as coming from past lives. However, most negative karma comes from more recent events. Most positive karma also comes from recent events.
It’s important that people give out what they wish to receive, whether that be money, love, praise, or appreciation. Gratitude for essential in turning the negative karma into positive.
People have control over themselves and their lives. Taking responsibility for oneself is the beginning of inner change. This inner change leads to external changes of such magnitude that people may not be recognized by others. The New Thought religion believes that God is within and gives you the power to make these changes.
Register for this no-cost teleseminar at http://ChurchofToday.url123.com/karma . It will be held Thursday, 30 March 2006 at 5 p.m. Pacific, 7 p.m. Central, 8 p.m. Eastern.
Visit http://www.studynewthought.com or http://www.ds-churchoftoday.org for more information.
Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher (Getting Unstuck, LLC) and Dr. Kunath conduct weekly New Thought Teleseminars. The audience for this San Antonio based company has spread as far as Canada at this point. There have been two separate study groups formed around Dr. Kunath’s Teleseminars.
About Dr. Anne Kunath
Dr. Anne Kunath founded The Church of Today in San Antonio, TX 31 years ago and has been its minister ever since. She serves on the Executive Board of the International New Thought Alliance (INTA) and is their 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. She travels all over the country lecturing on every aspect of New Thought. She has authored several books and is the President of the United Divine Science Ministerial School in San Antonio, TX.
Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher
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