Karma is taught in our school as an unregulated Chi, or disturbed Chi,
or Chi blockage. There are karma of present generation and of previous
lives (energy never die). All discomfort, not resulted from injury, are
cause by karmic blockage. This is the basis of acupuncture.
Retardation is a human term for severe cases of karmic blockage.
A combination of proper Motion Chan and Sitting Chan helps to smooth out
the karmic blockage. An dedicated practitioner can help to reduce the
karmic blockage. An enlightened master can eliminate the karma, present
or past life. They differ in percentage of effectiveness.
In our school, after 4-5 years of practice, majority of the
practitioners can experience some karmic effect. That is, I ache where
you ache, even at remote locations. Then, we truly witness we are
connected as well as we are all ONE.
Dalai Lama said, "Compassion is the willful undertaking the karma of
others." He meant spiritually as well as manifested physically.
> mike brown <wrote:> Couldn`t you just get the kids to sew cushions for
> the local temple? That way the practioners get a comfortable session,
> you get a pat on the head from your roshi and the kids wipeout years of
> their negative karma.
> Those poor kids do not have any negative karma, as I do not think that
> they ever have bad intentions though they do act on impulse and
> sometimes they get angry and act out of anger.
> I wonder how that works out with the soul of a retarded child. Are
> their souls normal people trapped inside a body that has limitations?
> is that how it happens when someone has a stroke or suffers brain
> damage? Are they inside their body understanding things as any normal
> person but unable to express themselves do to their physical
> With the retarded children there is not much that you can do as a
> substitute teacher. Since there is no interest in finding a competent
> permanent Special Ed teacher we can only follow rules and protocols.
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