JA3. Control your karma
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JA3. Control your karma

The first, and probably the most important, tool, provided by totalizm, in order to easily obey moral laws, and to lead a totaliztic life, is the concept of karma. This tool can be used as an effective "indicator of the moral correctness" for fast qualifying our actions and intensions into a category "moral", or "immoral". It also allows a relatively easy transformation of our initial actions or intensions, which - according to the operation of karma turned out to be "immoral", into actions or intensions, which are going to be "moral" (a method of such a transformation is described in subsection JA3.2). In this way, the concept of karma allows us to "pedantically obey moral laws" and to avoid breaking these laws. After all, it enables us to undertake efforts to do in our lives always only these things that fulfil the totaliztic definition of being "moral" activities, that means only things which generate a "moral" karma. The effective use of this tool in thousands of everyday situations, allows us to lead a highly moral and fulfilled life, named here with the qualifier "totaliztic". Such a "totaliztic life" implements the only rule of totalizm stating "pedantically obey moral laws", as it avoids breaking moral laws in anything that we are doing.
As this is explained more exactly in subsections I4.4 and JB3.4 /?/, totalizm adopted the Sanskrit word "karma" (in Sanskrit "karma" means "work") for naming a unique moral algorithm. This algorithm is accepted from other people and temporally recorded in our own "registers" (for remembering and for further execution). It is recorded in us each time, when we do something that induces in these other people any definite feelings, which are directed specifically at us. The totaliztic definition of karma states, that this algorithm works in such a manner that all feelings that we induced in other people, are memorised in our "registers" in the form of karmatic algorithms, so that some time later the same feelings can be exactly repeated in us, while we can rewrite the same karmatic algorithms into "registers" of other people, whose behaviour re-induced these feelings in us. In order to explain this in other words, if we induce in someone from our surrounding some kind of a feeling, either by the way we act, or by our behaviour, or by feeling, motivation, pose, or in any other way, then some time later - when someone from our environment also behaves in a similar manner, his/her behaviour is going to induce in us exactly the same feeling. The definition of the feeling, that was induced firstly by us, and then induced inside of us, is recorded in the karma algorithm. The exchange of this karma algorithm occurs at the moment, when this feeling is induced in someone, while the algorithm itself always is transferred telepathically and without anyone's knowledge, from the person who is experiencing a given feeling, to the person who is inducing this feeling in the receiver. Because feelings are moral forces, which define the course and outcomes of various events that are responsible for inducing specific emotions in us, in the final result, the exchange of karma causes also that the outcomes of such events, which induced these feelings, seem for us to be exactly the same as they were for the person from whom we accepted a given karma.
There is a whole class of moral laws in operation, which influence karma, and for which karma is a kind of a motor, or algorithm, that controls their course and outcomes. The most representative of all of them is the very hard-hitting Boomerang Principle, which is described in subsection I4.1.1. Others include so-called Law of Karma (which is simply the Boomerang Principle, but extended onto more then one lifetime), and the Law of Cause and Effect. Totalizm recommends that we should obey especially carefully all moral laws involving karma - especially the Boomerang Principle. After all, in our everyday life, we are the most frequently punished or rewarded just by these laws. In order to remind us here, what the Boomerang Principle states, it could roughly be expressed in words: "whatever feelings you induce in others, one day exactly the same feelings will be induced in you". In order to explain how we should obey the Boomerang Principle in everything that we do, totalizm recommends as follows:
"Whatever situation you encounter in your life, when you generate a karma by giving or serving something to other people that induces feelings in them, remember to handle this situation in a "moral" manner, so that when the time of repaying your karma comes, and you become the receiver of a similar situation and the same feelings, you are not going to suffer too much because of the karma you pre-programmed to be returned to yourself with these particular feelings."
This recommendation can also be put forward in a very simple wording of the Christian "Golden Rule": "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" (i.e. "Do to others only what you wish to be done to you").

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