Karma as generally understood in the Western world is a rather vague term coming from the Eastern religious meaning, usually, a simplistic, when not moronic, idea that one has “good things or bad things” happening to him. (Lina Psaltis, Karma – the Womb of Time)
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
What happens in Moscow, stays in Moscow.
What happens in Tokyo, stays in Tokyo.
What happens here, stays here.
Each coordinate of the Universe is its own archive.
Each coordinate of the Universe is its own history.
Each coordinate of the Universe is/has its own karma.
Karma is what's been happening here, where you are.
You are a Place that is aware ... of its own history.
First, you have to own your history.
Then, you have to disown it.
Otherwise, it (history) owns you.
That is Karma.
There is a difference between Place and Space.
Space + Karma = Place
Place – Karma = Space
Space is pre-Karma.
Place is post-Karma.
Karma is the identity of the Place.
Karma is a place with its own mind.
Place is the mind of Space.
Place is the Karma of Space.
Mind is a dwelling for information.
Mind is a home of history.
Mind is a museum to the Original Cause.
Mind is the Consequence of what happened here.
Mind is a happening, which is Karma.
Consciousness and Space are not two.
Consciousness is what Space feels like before it becomes a Place.
Consciousness is what Space feels like before it becomes a Mind.
Consciousness is pre-Karma and post-Karma.
Consciousness + Karma = Mind
Mind – Karma = Consciousness
This writing, by the way, is not poetry.
It is not verse.
It is just a ticker tape of consciousness,
Expressed vertically, as it actually is.
The Stream of Karmic Consciousness (which is Mind) doesn’t flow from here to there.
It flows from without to within,
Coiling itself ever more tightly,
Into a Uroboric knot.
(Now, that was an attempt at poetry, so disregard it at will; you know poetry when it breaks off the line with a comma, giving you just enough time to take a quick breath as you level up from a tangent to a tangent…)
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