Thoughts have energy, right?
So if I think something hard enough, will it happen?
Upon your thoughts being hard enough.
Supposing they are?
Then we’re looking at 2 options.
Firstly, is Karma present?
Yeah, for something to occur, Karma needs to be present. Karma creates a field for the event to occur.
If Karma is present, and the event is still not occurring, then there is blockage.
What to do about blockage?
This is where the energy of your thoughts comes into play. It removes blockage, bit by bit, till blockage is gone.
And then the event occurs?
What if there’s lots and lots of blockage?
Then you need lots and lots of thought-energy, will-power and time.
Ultimately, when the resultant vector of thought-energy, will-power and time surpasses the blockage in magnitude, the blockage is gone and the event occurs.
Wonderful. What if Karma is absent?
That’s a tough cookie.
First, thought-energy will create Karma.
That takes time and circumstance. Long drawn out process. Thought-energy speeds it up though.
Then, if blockage has occurred while creating the Karma, thought-energy will dispense with blockage.
Just like the above process?
Very much so.
Making it a longer process time-wise?
Much longer. Do you think it’s easy to create exactly the kind of karmic events required to trigger an event for which Karma was formerly absent?
There you go. It’s a real struggle.
Can you give examples?
Of events coming to pass where Karma was absent and was created due to thought-energy, persistence and will-power?
A child being born who was not destined earlier, but then was.
A relationship – not destined earlier, but destined now.
In the same life?
So one makes one’s own Karma?
Yes. With different degrees of difficulty, depending on the kind of Karma one is pursuing. Destined Karma will be catalysed and then the event will come to pass. Non-destined Karma will first be created, and then, after removal of freshly accumulated blockage, even such Karma will come to pass.
I see. Thank you, that was very enlightening.