Freedom from Karmic Debts: How It Looks

Someone who is pure, and by implication has paid off karmic debts, exhibits certain characteristics, according to Deepak Chopra in his latest book Life After Death. These traits lead such a person to a meaningful life:

Self-worth: I matter in the divine plan, I am unique in the universe.

Love: I am deeply cared for and care for others deeply.

Truth: I can see past illusions and distractions.

Appreciation and gratitude: I cherish the fits of creation.

Reverence: I can feel and see the sacred.

Nonviolence: I respect life in all its forms.

Inspired by Life After Death by Deepak Chopra (Harmony Books, 2006).

29 comments

J.L. A.
JL A.4 years ago

good reminders

Sarah M.
Sarah M.4 years ago

Thanks

Becky Y.
Rebecca Y.4 years ago

About this Karma thing.....just when do the bastards get theirs?

KS Goh
KS Goh4 years ago

Thanks for the article.

heather g.
heather g.4 years ago

Thank you Deepak. Those are meaningful mantras and are certain to even help with our transformation.

Suzanne Loewen

It's possible that many people would struggle with the Love part of this.

Wes Giesbrecht
Past Member 4 years ago

Karma; don't you ever wonder who the hell made this up?

Hannah Short
Hannah Short4 years ago

from my understanding of Karma and reincarnation, if you die before paying off your debt you will pay for it in your next life, and just because you suddenly become religious or are part of a certain religion doesn't mean your Karmic debt vanishes. You still have to pay for your wrong doings and get rewarded for your good

Alexandra Rodda
Alexandra Rodda4 years ago

Interesting. However, I agree with Kirsten T. There is more to this.