Gurunathar’s Message Moolam star #12

Gurunathar’s Divine Message Moolam Pooja 26-01-2006

A friend of mine asked me a question: “The Vedas say karma is handed down from one lifetime to the next. I have heard that we reap the results of our Karma sometimes immediately in this birth and sometimes in the following births. Which of these two is true?” was the question asked.
They talk about the effects of Karma. Karma means ‘action’. We reap an equivalent result for every action. In this Kaliyugam, we reap the effects of our karma immediately. However, the Vedas say you experience the effects of the karma of your previous births. Why do they say this and is this correct? Is what the Vedas say, true? Will we see the effects of our actions in this lifetime itself?
Gurunathar Thirumoolar further explains: the farmer sows three kinds of seeds at the same time: the first a variety of greens, the second paddy (or rice) and the third a palm tree. All three are sown at the same time. The greens can be plucked in a fortnight or month, the rice can be harvested after six months and the palm yields fruit only in the third generation. Similarly the result of our karma solely depends on the kinds of actions we perform. What actions we sow in this birth we reap immediately. We have the choice to influence the karmic effects of this birth. What we experience from the previous births are major sins.
Based on this is the proverb “Arasan Indru Kolvan. Deivam Nindru Kollum” (The power of the ruler’s judgment is limited to the present, while the ultimate divine judgment may come delayed). We experience the effects of major sins, in a delayed manner in the subsequent births. This is the general law of karma but the ultimate discretion rests with Lord Shankaran.

{Translation of Gurunathar’s Divine message given to and read by Guruji Shri.K.V.Narayanan}

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