„Edgar Cayce gave this reading to counsel for taking proper attitude towards karma.“

—  Edgar Cayce, Karma, Context: If the experience is used for self-indulgence, self-aggrandizement, or self-exaltation, the entity does so to its own undoing, and creates for itself that which has been called karma and which must be met. And in meeting every error, every trail, every temptation, whether they may be mental or physical experiences, the approach to it should always be in the attitude of: “Not my will, but Thine, O God, be done in and through me.” Many Mansions, Chapter 7 – Karma in suspension.
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1877 - 1945

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