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18th of May 2019 – 21:11 (GMT+8) until the 21st of May 2019– 1700 (GMT+8).
The Technology of Creating Good Karma and Avoiding Bad Karma
Leaving things to chance may cause major delays and repeated crises.
There is a simple technology. When the balanced technique is applied, it can make life super fantastic and successful while avoiding suffering and bad luck. It is called the Golden Rule, which is recognized and taught by all organized religions of the world. When understood on the first level of truth, and practiced in life, this technique makes a person good and happy and have better relationships. He or she is successful financially and career-wise while avoiding the usual pitfalls along the journey to success.
The Golden Rule gives a simple guideline: the Yang or what to Do or the Do’s, and the Yin or what Not to do or Don’ts. Being so simple, it easy to remember, is highly advanced and effective. Whatever you want for yourself—do for others. Whatever you don’t want for yourself, do not do to others.
In the good Book, Matthew 7:7-12, it says that we can have anything we ask for and need. Most people focus on the first part—that of receiving. However, in creation, there is always a balance that has to be satisfied. Master Choa Kok Sui reminds us that to unlock the secret, the complete passage must be read. The second part, often neglected, is the important part—the Golden Rule. “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is of the Law and the Prophets.”
On a higher level of truth, it is based on the Principle of Oneness. The Golden Rule serves as an important technique in a person’s happiness and success in all levels, including in soul development.
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