Grace Vs. Karma

Grace transcends karma. When you “get” a lesson without either blaming someone or exacting revenge, when you learn how to forgive and say thank you for every experience you have, then you are learning how to apply Grace to your life. When you give up feeling as though you are a victim of circumstances, Grace enters quietly. Grace frees you from having to repeat lessons over and over again. It’s your get out of jail free card!

Grace does not struggle. Grace simply observes. Grace does not judge. Grace sees the perfection in everyone. Grace is the act of being grateful and thankful. Grace finds peaceful solutions to every situation. Grace chooses to walk away from discord, into the arms of love.

Karma means cause and effect. For every action, there is an equal and measurable reaction. For example, you find your spouse and your best friend cheating on you. If you choose to keep the karmic wheel in motion, you would choose to hate them both and exact some form of revenge on them for their deceitfulness. Perhaps you’d play the victim role instead – you’d become bitter and spiteful. You’d never trust anyone again and you’d make sure that everyone knew how horrible your ex-spouse and best friend had treated you. Then in another lifetime, you would have the opportunity to do the same thing to the people who betrayed you…and so on.

If you choose Grace, however, you would work at forgiving them both. Through prayer, meditation, patience and gentleness with yourself, there would no longer be any more lessons like that one, ever again!

The soul is immortal. Everyone is family beyond the veil. We choose our roles and not everyone chooses to be “the good guy” while on earth. However, the villains that we love to hate, are made from the same cosmic dust as everyone else. The victimizers must play their roles convincingly, so that their victims will have an opportunity to either forgive them through the Law of Grace – or not through the Law of Karma.

Countries have karma, too – and cities – and families. There is individual karma and planetary karma. Applying the Law of Grace to every situation can, in time, clear all of it away.

The next time you find yourself in a difficult situation where you have a choice to make, challenge yourself to take a deep breath and choose Grace. Through the act of forgiveness, divine intelligence will help you to let go and transcend the situation. Soon you will find yourself moving forward and you will forget the pain of betrayal. Observe how much lighter you feel after having chosen the path of Grace.

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  4. cheryl

    This is something i believe in very much. I have a question for you. Is it possibly for a soul to live a life with out any karma? Good or Bad? I ask this because i had someone read my chart back in 2008, and he told me i was here without any karma, he went on to tell me what this meant to him was that, I’m here just to be here, and that when i was ready to go home that’s what I’ll do. I’ll say I’m done and just go! It really struck me funny, because at the time we did this reading i told him, that that didn’t seem right to me, I seem to have been going through (strongly) what I considered to be a good dose of Karma. Mind you, although it was very clear to me that I was getting back the same amount of karma ( not more,not less) it seemed that i had passed off in this life time. Yes, i was pretty enlighten when i tuned into this myself, yet it has left me with some puzzlement, especially when i think back to his reading, to where i was at and all the different things i going through at that time.

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  5. kamla arora

    Yes, karma theory is a little bit negative being not
    so pro-active. Grace, yes with Grace I did was able to enter the Bliss and yet live in this typical world. Congrats me, I found my way of people. Grace to you Krista.

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  6. Victoria

    This is a good message. I was suppost to read this at this time. Was up all night crying husband left after 13yrs. I was feeling sorry for my self. Went on line to check my email to take my mind off thing and came upon this. I do feel better, but now wonder how I go about getting grace. You said prayer,meditation,gentlness self.

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  7. Faith - 9608

    Verbena, thank you so much for your message. Have been connecting with you on the spiritual plane for a long time and thinking about calling you. I had a dream that you and I were conversing … I’ll tell you about our conversation soon. Glad you’re with CP! Blessings, Faith – 9608

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  8. Faye - 9608

    Gina Rose, thank you for your kind words re: article. You’re very blessed to have a lovely GrandDaughter to leave your gifts to! Blessings, Faith – 9608

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  9. Faith - 9608

    Hi Jacqueline, thanks for the well wishes, move is over thank goodness. It went very well except fridge went out and has been now for days … in AZ no less! I see everyone talking about food … maybe message for me it’s time to become a breatharian! ha! You’re in AZ too huh? love it! Blessings, Faith – 9608

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  10. Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Miss Krystal,
    Looking forward to the healthy recipes ( thank you )…..I normally eat fairly healthy….there are no fast food places close to me up in mountain here ( good thing )…… but I eat on the run typically……and will throw together a sandwich instead of cooking a light meal.
    I’m not all that over weight…..but I’m looking more at blood pressure, cholesterol etc….issues that I need to watch now that I’m older. I love eggs, cooked any way….but need to back it down some.
    Blessed Be )O(…
    Gina Rose ext.9500
    Gina

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  11. LORNA ex. 9580

    Yes, Gina, they even said at the Witch Museum that people would be burned for having herbs and talking to their cats. Yikes! I’d be gone in a flash in 1692….
    Well…lobster rolls done McDonald’s style. They were on a hot dog bun and had maybe an ounce of lobster. Pathetic! (Sorry, let me tuck my stinger back in.) 🙂
    Those sandwiches never look like the ads do they? The next day we did lobster on the wharf, fresh off the boat. Now you can say YUM.
    Lorna

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  12. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    That is so true..Went to the local stand, filled up on grapes, peaches, apples and pineapple..No junk in the house lol
    You said it!! I will be posting some recipes that are light and that you bake..I will post later in roundtable. My brother is chef for celebrities, and as you know, they like to eat light..So I have gotten some goodies…
    Okee dokee
    have a good weekend.
    Miss Krystal

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  13. Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi…..
    My downfall is carbs….pasta, potatoes, etc.
    Although I DO like my chocolate on occassion…..
    My rule is not to buy it so I won’t have it handy in the house to eat it.
    LOL
    Blessed Be )O(…Gina Rose ext.9500

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  14. Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Lorna,
    Yes, I remember when I was running save-A-Pet back in the 70’s…we had to take special care WHO we adopted the solid black cats out to.
    REAL Wiccans cherish all life and nature…we take very good care of all of our animals, domestic and wild….it is the ridiculous cults out there that give real Wicca a bad name.
    Yes…I have ancesters who were burned at the stake in Salem AND Cambridge….
    hmmmmmm….lobster rolls at McDonalds huh ????? YUM !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Keep up the great work with the kitties , Lorna
    Blessed Be )O(…Gina Rose ext.9500

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  15. LORNA ex. 9580

    Hi Gina Rose,
    I’ve been to Salem twice. It is a beautiful area and they serve lobster rolls at McDonald’s! Of course, they have added a lot of touristy witch hype. The Witch Trials were a disgrace. The history is fascinating and scary. There is no other place like Salem.
    I’m protecting my share of black cats here in Illinois. :~D
    Lorna

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  16. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    I was told that due to having virgo rising my happiness and good health would be to not eat any preservatives and just eat all whole foods…they say this ya know? Virgo into health food etc…
    I just crave sugar a lot…I know why…
    And I need to avoid it more…I am trying…

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  17. Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Miss Krystal,
    Maine truly is beautiful…..I always wanted to move to the Salem,Mass. area but, like Lorna, need to stay close to my daughter & new grand-daughter….and also would have to relocate my animals.
    I would love to visit Salem,Mass the week of Halloween though….I hear it’s THE place to see then.
    Thank You for the chinese recipe offer….but really need to lay off anything salty. I bought a very good professional steamer/poacher for steaming fish….trying it out on some nice red snapper this weekend.The chinese eat alot of steamed fish don’t they?
    Blessed Be )O(…Gina Rose ext.9500

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  18. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    my mom would always tell me when I would get too intense about stuff, “throw water on it. ” lol
    she was right! I am glad I trust and listen to her most of the time…although, as you know, there are always a few things that differ between mothers and daughters…Granny is a libra with her moon in cancer, and get this, PLUTO IN GEMINI…Now how about that???

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  19. LORNA ex. 9580

    Love horses but have only been on one about four times in my life. I just love the north and water. Maine was our last trip, I just loved it!
    I had a chart done where they run your natal with a map of North America and they tell you where you are best suited to live. My results came back Nova Scotia, Maine and Canada! I do love winter…..
    Lorna

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  20. LORNA ex. 9580

    Good Morning Miss Krystal!
    Illinois is “safe”. I love the energy of Chicago but would have preferred to live in Maine. Can’t put that much distance between me and my daughters and three grandkids. Add the cats to that…and I’m not going anywhere!!! They say to bloom where you are planted. Call me Corny!
    Do we have any CP’s in Maine?
    Yes, I can believe that about your Mom. Jupiter and Venus when evolved are pretty breathtaking!
    Lorna

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  21. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    maybe they are. How is Illinois?
    Is it corn season now? as you know, my mom is from Ill., she misses the corn and steak and shake..Speaking of good karma, I never ever heard my mother say a bad word? Can you believe it? She is a sag with a libra moon…SHe does have a lot of blessings, too..

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  22. Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Faith,
    This was such a beautiful article with profound meaning, that I wanted you to know, Faith…that I printed it out and tucked it away for my GrandDaughter to read someday when she is old enough.
    Thank You for writing it…
    Blessed Be )O(…Gina Rose ext.9500

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  23. LORNA ex. 9580

    I remember the Jetson’s. I liked the dog, Astro.
    Oh no, did you commit home invasion? Did you read the neighbors?
    My Dad use to sing “Fly Me To The Moon” by Sinatra. Maybe these things are genetic.

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  24. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    meow it takes one to know one lol
    I am still stuck on cruising over mars and saturn lol, Lorna Jetson…
    “Come with me tonight, all across the universe, we will sail for the stars.” People must think I am really out there right now….Well, you understand…
    Well, congrats on your kitty…
    Enjoy…About the cake, too late…I had a piece lol but I went to the gym before hand lol
    Congrats on the will power! Send some over here, would you?
    Miss Krystal

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  25. LORNA ex. 9580

    Happy Belated Birthday! 5 days off, I’ve done worse.
    How DID you know I liked cats? You must be psychic! :~D
    Are you remote viewing my litter boxes? Yes I use Feline Pine, it’s the best!
    Today is good. Adopted out a little black kitten, Zena. From homeless to happy.
    Tis good work I do……..
    Lorna
    >^..^<

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  26. Psychic Jacqueline x9472

    Jacqueline x9472…said in reply to Faith -9608
    Good Luck with the move, Ahhh the new place, great energy, I love it, I have been finding that the universe, god, is placing everyone right where they need to be for greater spiritual growth, perfect timing.
    You are so right around the corner, gotta love the heat!
    Jacqueline x9472

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  27. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    Goodluck with the move..You will put it behind you. I have a good feeling about your new step! A fresh start! I did it several months ago, and it was the best thing I ever did! 🙂
    Warm wishes,
    Miss Krystal

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  28. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Faith,
    Good luck on the move….I don’t envy you…..
    I usually wind up moving during blizzards and ice storms in freezing cold myself…..LOL
    Blessed Be )O(…Gina Rose ext.9500

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  29. Faith - 9608

    Thank you everyone for the lovely comments. Gina Rose, Miss Krystal, Conni, Sea Turtle, Lorna, Joyce, Jacqueline and Phillip – I love your story. That’s a wonderful example of quiet grace in action. I am moving this week and will jump back on in a few days. (Who moves in 100 degree heat in the summer in N. Arizona? around the corner no less!?!) aahhhh! Blessings to all.

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  30. Psychic Jacqueline x9472

    Jacqueline x9472 said….
    Hi Faith,
    great article…. I believe as in every aspects in our life as we let go, enter grace with great gratitude, sending love in all areas of our life, through this energy it sends a karmic message to allow grace to evolve in every area in our life….
    It is when this state is apart of us, that we truly experience great peace and joy!
    Hearts and Hugs!
    Jacqueline x9472

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  31. LORNA ex. 9580

    Welcome Faith!
    I loved this article on so many levels. Once we learn it is not our responsibility to demand justice or keep a tally sheet of wrongs we suffered, we are filled with light. We are in charge of our own karmic bankbook, no one else’s.
    Pain and suffering are a school we attend. Will we pass the test? Or choose resentment and carry a chip on our shoulder the size of a Giant Redwood!
    It’s not about YOU, I often hear myself saying to people who start every sentence with I or MY. We are just one thread in the weave.
    In 1972 I had a daughter I named Amy. I gave her the middle name of “Faith” in hope that it would be something she embraced everyday.
    Thanks Faith for a great explanation and wake up call.
    Lorna

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  32. Sea Turtle

    Hi Faith,
    I found your article enlightening. I find that I’ve been able to “let things go”…and have sometimes been questioned by others as to “how I could have forgiven” a particular person/persons in my life. Due to their strong negative reactions, I have sometimes thought that that my ability “to let things go” may have been a weakness within me. All I knew for sure was that it seemed more painful and exhausting to “hold onto the anger and hurt” than it was to “let it go”…
    I can now see that it is a strength and really a gift. I seem to have chosen “grace” without really knowing what I was doing.
    Thanks so much for providing clarity.
    Blessings.
    ST

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  33. Conni

    This article deserves the front page! Grace is one of the ultimate gifts we all can attain. It is about time this information lies in the palm of our hands. We have somehow lost our way in life and are searching for the answers, not even to realize that these answers were in front of us all along, we just simply have forgotten. That’s all. When I tend to lose my new perspectives, all I have to do is look up at the skies and be reminded where I come from. From that God’s Grace is felt again.

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  34. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Faith,
    I really LOVED this article……everything in life is about Karma……I liked when you wrote about breaking the cycle…this is SO,SO true. And yes, EVERYONE is family beyond the veil, as you put it.
    Very well thought out article with a POWERFUL message !
    Blessed Be )O(…Gina Rose ext.9500

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  35. phillip9485Phillip 9485

    Hello Faith. You know, years ago, someone betrayed me, a partner. Then after we were estranged, permanently it seemed, she needed some help from me. I did not have any responsibility toward her at that point. But something urged me to help her. I guess I still loved her. So, without much thought or conflict, I simply assisted her. With no strings, no expectations. Soon after, the relationship turned around and we were back together. I recognized the miracle as it occured and never forgot the lesson. Wonderful article. Blessings.

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