God has the law of Karma – Positive talks – Spirited

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In the court of God also the principle of justice hold. God has the law of karma if you do good things should happen to you if you do bad then bad things should happen to you. 

Circumstances don’t come without reason, they come as teachers and they wish to teach us. If we wish to attract good circumstances start by developing good thoughts but then there is something that breaks our faith in this paradigm and what is that? When we see bad things happening to good people it goes against our sense of justice.

God has the law of karma
God has the law of karma

You see there are three things in the contention that we can consider one is justice second is injustice and third is Grace. Nyaya, Un-Nyaya and Kripa.

God has the law of karma:

What is justice? Consider for example a worker who slogged in the factory all month long, at the end of the month the factory owner gave him his salary. This is what you deserve here is what you get, this is justice.

What is injustice? The worker he put in his efforts and then the factory owner at the end of the month said you know on the fifteenth of the month you came late by one hour, instead of coming at 9:00 a.m. you came at 10:00 here I am going to subtract half your salary go! This isUn-Nyaya or injustice.

And the third is grace, Kripa. The worker says, Saheb I have to get my daughter married I need so much money, can you please give it to me? the bank will not give me a loan. The factory manager says okay, I’m gifting so much and I am giving so much as loan which I will deduct from your salary on a monthly basis. This is Grace or Kripa.

The judicial system of the world is involved with ensuring that there is justice. Justice is important to ensure that people stay away from crime because when bad things draw bad consequences others become discouraged from doing it.

It’s a very simple principle, about 30 years ago management consultancy book had come out called the one minute manager some of you may have read it. It taught me how to manage in one minute.

It says when you get a subordinate first of all help the subordinate understands what is good behaviour, clarify the goals, this is what you’re supposed to do, this is the output I want, this is how you should behave.

Let him or her define the goals of good behaviour in half a page simple and easy then someday catch that subordinate doing well and give a one-minute praising for one minute you re-confirm that behaviour. Oh so wonderful you are doing well and I am very pleased.

You confirm the good behaviour and later on someday if you catch your subordinate doing badly you give a one-minute scolding only one-minute scolding.

Sometimes, parents, they start giving half-day long scoldings then that doesn’t.. is not productive. Just let the subordinate knows that this is bad behaviour.

When you repeatedly administer this one-minute praising one-minute scolding it will fashion behaviour Why? Because everybody’s behaviour gets moulded by consequences, pleasure and pain can fashion even the behaviour of animals.

There’s a story of Akbar and Birbal. The Mughal emperor Akbar and his wise minister Birbal. So Akbar said Birbal is there anybody in my kingdom who can train a goat to desist from eating green succulent fresh grass? Birbal said huzoor it’s not a problem give me one month’s time. Akbar said all right.

Birbal went and purchased a goat. Now he would put the green grass before the goat’s nose and every time the goat would go for it.

Birbal would take a stick and whack it on its mouth. When the goat kept on receiving the whacks one after the other, even the little goat’s brain understood that it’s not worth it Forget it, it’s too painful.


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After one-month of such training Birbal took the goat to the Emperor. The goat in one hand the stick in the other he said my goat has become a “vairagi”- it’s become detached from grass, you try it out it will not eat.

Akbar said really, he said come on bring the most tasteful grass in my garden the servants brought it.

Akbar himself put it before the goat, the goat looked at the grass it looked at Birbal’s stick. Birbal, he shook his stick the goat understood, “I’ll get a whack, forget it pulled back”. Even the goat’s behaviour had got fashioned by consequences.

Parents tell me, Maharajji, you know my child is so unruly how to train my child. I said look I don’t have any experience but I’ll tell you this one-minute manager the same principle applies.

You have to teach children with consequences. Some parents stay away from those consequences and what happens, spare the rod and spoil the child.

Parent says, you know he grew up in a village so his relatives were all simple villagers so he would say that when their children would not study what would he do? They would bring the children, my child, doesn’t study Maharajji, would not adopt the one minute manager, he would take the child and lock the child up.

Now after 24 hours the child is saying Chacha take me out. Maharajji, would let him remain there until he decides that no it’s too painful not to study then he would say all right come out.

In other words, any behaviour can be fashioned with consequences and that is why we have the judicial system of any country in place because when justice is fair, justice is timely and justice is firm, it reduces crime.

God has the law of karma:

Once in Orissa, the SDTM sub-divisional judicial magistrates used to come and attend my lecture and then he became a friend he would meet me he said Sir, I am totally incorrigible. I don’t take any bribes.

 Ever since I moved into this district, the crime rate has fallen because people have understood you cannot get away and when you get away what happens, take a look at the pirates of Somalia, any ship passing by the Suez Canal going close to Somalia gets looted because it’s a broken country the rule of law doesn’t exist. So people say never mind do what you like there will be no consequences.

In the court of God also the principle of justice hold. God has the law of karma if you do good things should happen to you if you do bad then bad things should happen to you. 

God is also the judge, in fact, worldly judges have limitations they depend upon witnesses they depend upon evidence either of these could be misleading the judge doesn’t know what the convicts thinking and even if the judge had that yogic siddhi and could know the mind of the convict he will know what the convict is thinking today, he doesn’t know what the convict thought five years ago at the time of the crime.

But in the case of God, he is all-knowing he doesn’t need any witnesses, plus the worldly judge can make mistakes in interpreting laws. Because laws have different interpretations and that is how advocates make their money because cases get reappeared at higher and higher levels. it is Law of Karma.

You know this judge misinterpreted. In the case of God he is the one who created the law he doesn’t need any lawyers, he doesn’t need any police, he is the witness, he is the police and he is the judge hence from God we can expect perfect justice!

God has the law of karma

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