Inne på Ashtar-sajten finns en kvinna som kallar sig för Anakya som enligt sig själv är en Walk-In från Plejaderna. Har följt henne nu ett tag, och för mig personligen går hennes visdom rätt in i mitt hjärta. Här kommer hennes tankar om Karma:
Karma was never actually a law, but rather a systemic pattern that was set in motion by those incarnating on earth as a means to refine and gauge growth. Once the soul has left the body for the last time, a period of revue ensues whereby the soul can reflect on everything of signifigance that has been experienced, and then make decisions about where they wish to go from there. The knowledge of all past experiences and also the feelings and sensations of some of those experiences, is recorded in the Akash (Life Records) in energetic form. Some people can periodically tap into their own Akashic records when some piece of knowledge is filtered through to the conscious mind so that something can be learned from it in the present. Some have a gift for connecting to it so that they can help others. Otherwise, everything remains unobtainable, since it is not needed that you consciously remember every detail of every life. The Akashic Record is something that is maintained and monitored by certain angelic beings.
The idea of Karma has been oversimplified somewhat, since it has been said that if you do something "bad" to someone, then you need to experience that being done to you in the next life. That would only happen if the soul truly believes this is what they should experience for growth. It is really based on the truth that in order to understand something, you have to have experienced it.
If you have misused power in some other life, it does not mean that you will keep misusing it. This would only occur if you felt you needed to repeat the lesson because you didn't get it the first time. The way you use your power is always a personal choice. Anyone always has the opportunity at any time to choose a different path or a different way. Exploring the polarity of "darkness" or negativity is usually experienced at least once by every soul at some point. That is because it is part of the collective lessons of humanity (to do with choosing to experience the illusion of seperation from God). Sometimes it is necessary to discover what you are not, before you find what you are. You cannot know what you do and don't resonate with unless you have experienced all possibilities in some way.