So we can't be prejudiced and judgmental?
Topic: How to write an amazing personal statement
July 21, 2019 / By Emiline Question:
“It is still amazing to see how some people first react to the concept of reincarnation. When the idea is presented to them, they say, “You mean that I have lived before? This is not my first time here?” To many, the idea that they have had even one other life is mind expanding. Not realizing that they have actually lived hundreds of lives in every form imaginable.
I had two black men come for regression therapy in the same week. One saw himself in the lifetime just before the present one. When he saw himself, he was startled, “That’s a white man. I can’t be white! And my girlfriend is white too!”. In that lifetime, he was white man prejudiced against black people. The second man saw himself in ancient Rome as a Roman gladiator fighting in the arena. Guess who he was mostly killing in the arena? Black slaves who had been brought from Africa for the sport. So the way the law of reincarnation works, he came back as a black man in this lifetime.
Once the concepts of reincarnation are understood, there can be no prejudice, no judging. To have prejudice means that you may come back as the very thing you are prejudiced about.
What goes around comes around - if only people could understand this. WHAT YOU DO TO OTHERS IN YOUR LIFE MUST BE PAID FOR - THERE IS NO FREE RIDE. I have conducted thousands and thousands of past life regressions in my thirty years and I’ve see it every single time. If only people understood this, think what a different world we would have."
The Convoluted Universe – Dolores Cannon
Best Answers: So we can't be prejudiced and judgmental?
Chryssa | 5 days ago
Non-scientists use the theory of cause and effect in their day-to-day lives as well, even though they aren’t always conscious of it. Even if someone claims that he does not believe in the theory cause and effect, he still practices it, which is evidenced by his very existence. If he did not believe in cause and effect at the practical level, he would be dead. For example, when he feels hungry, he believes that by eating (the cause) he will be relieved of his hunger (the effect). If he did not believe in cause and effect, he would not eat. If he did not eat, he would not be alive to tell you that he does not believe in karma.
Of course, this theory gets more complex, as you can imagine. For instance, what is the cause of the hunger in the first place? You could say that it is the result of not having eaten for a long time, making inaction a cause in itself. There are actually many effects for every cause that is made. Some of them will be “good” and others “bad.” Also, to add to the confusion, some causes are greater, meaning more important or significant, than others. To keep going with the example of eating, while eating may cure your hunger, it also kills living cells. (That is based on the theory that the cells within, say fruit, are still alive while the fruit is ripe.) While you have created a good cause that will reduce your hunger and sustain your life, you have also created the bad cause of taking life.
There are three ways that causes can be made: thoughts, words and deeds. Even thinking about quitting your job, for example, may cause you to actually quit in a fit of emotion or may subtly affect your day-to-day work. The thought then becomes the cause for your later action. If you feel happy and cause your coworkers to react positively to your happiness, it may become the cause for your eventual promotion.
Words are an even stronger cause than thoughts. When your thoughts are expressed in your words, they take on greater importance. Using the same example, if you voice your intent to quit your job instead of just thinking the thought, you may even get fired for the statement. If you continually say “This is the most fun job I’ve ever had,” it may be the cause for your promotion.
Action is the strongest cause you can make. Actually doing something causes clear, unmistakable results. By signing a resignation form, you actualize your thoughts and words. Other examples may be personal ones like thinking of leaving your spouse, telling a friend about it, or actually divorcing them. Or, in our own case, thinking about writing this book, telling others that we will, then actually doing it exhibits the incremental power of three ways of making causes.
One problem that people have with believing in cause and effect is that the effect is separated from the cause by time. This confuses everything. Since we are constantly making causes and living out the effects of past causes, it is often impossible to determine specifically where our effects originated. Add in the fact that some causes are more important or significant than others, and it’s easy to see why people don’t believe that their own negative thought (perhaps an angry one aimed at another motorist) will have an actual perceptible effect in their own life. In other words, at a level deep within our lives is the accumulation of all of the various causes and effects that we have ever made.
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Originally Answered: Muslims: What's wrong; are u prejudiced towards me now?
yeah, and i wrote an answer for your question.......
.......cus you were askin me why i don't capitalize their name and etc etc.......
i did right an answer for it......
.......but when i wanted to post, i was "deleted"
so here is my answer.................
evil evil Pedram.............
yeah, you're right........
i don't capitalize the first letter of their names..........
......but i do for those who i follow and love.........
Please direct me to a verse, where Allah SWT orders us to love the sahabas.........
.......please direct me to one verse which says loving the sahabas is part of deen
but Allah SWT says........
"That is of which Allah gives the good news to His servants, (to) those who believe and do good deeds. Say: I do not ask of you any reward for it but love for my near relatives; and whoever earns good, We give him more of good therein; surely Allah is Forgiving, Grateful."
and Allah SWT also says.......
"... the mercy of Allah and his blessing are on you, O people of the house, ... "
but then again we see people putting "ra" after the names of the ENEMIES of ahl-ul-bait, such as muawia laeen and yazid laeen......
BUT on the other hand, we see Allah SWT says......
"Certain of the desert Arabs round about you are HYPOCRIES, as well as (desert Arabs) among the Medina folk: they are obstinate in HYPOCRISY: THOU KNOWEST THEM NOT: WE KNOW THEM: twice shall We punish them: and in addition shall they be sent to a grievous penalty."
and we know that Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) said......
Narrated Anas: The Prophet said, "Some of my companions will come to me at my Lake Fount, and after I recognize them, they will then be taken away from me, whereupon I will say, 'My companions!' Then it will be said, 'You do not know what they innovated (new things) in the religion after you."
Sahih Bukhari, Volume 8, Book 76, Number 584
the same kind of hadith can also be found in Volume 8, Book 76, Number 585, and this hadith also says "....'You have no knowledge as to what they innovated after you left; they turned apostate as renegades (reverted from Islam)."
now the question is............
........why do you people see loving and hatin the sahabas as part of deen?
does it say in the Holy Quran?
i am a follower of Bibi Fatima (as)........
you question the fact i do not capitalise the first letter of their names......
.......do you dare question the fact why Fatima (as) stoped talking to abu bakr for the rest of her life?
“Fatima , the daughter of Allah’s Apostle got angry and stopped talking to Abu Bakr, and continued assuming that attitude till she died”
Reported by Aisha, Sahih Bukhari Volume 4, Book 53, Hadith 325
and let's not forget this haithd.....
Volume 5, Book 57, Number 61:
Narrated Al-Miswar bin Makhrama:
Allah's Apostle said, "Fatima is a part of me, and he who makes her angry, makes me angry."
do you dare question and judge the actions of the leader of women in paraside, Bibi Fatima (as)?
please keep your ideas to yourself.......
.....if you have a reasonable response, let me know and InshaAllah i will edit.....
and i couldn't care less if a human would consider me as a muslim or not...........
......i do not worship them (ASTAGHFUREALLAH)
i worship Allah SWT.......
......he will be the one and only judge in the after life
he will judge me......
and i would love to see you in the after life.......
.......and have Allah SWT judge between us
InshaAllah while i have the ahl-ul-bait next to me....
......and maybe you could explain for all your disrespecting towards them.......
thanks for the tip.......
so does this mean you gave me a thumb down?
.......how could you?
i didn't accuse anyone of being a kafir.......
Beliefs are beliefs...
What is 'reincarnation' when 'time' only exists in the thoughts of the beholder?
When it is realized that the One (unchanging, all inclusive) Reality exists every moment of existence Here! Now!
When Here! Now! is all that truly exists (beyond your imaginary 'future' and 'past'), what is 'reincarnation'?
The notion of punishment for crimes is immature. We have no choice whatsoever in the operation of the Universe, or what we say or do!
"To have 'free-will' is to have the ability to 'do otherwise'.
In the complete history of the Universe, no being has ever 'done otherwise', no moment has ever been 'otherwise'!"
To be 'punished' for something for which you had no choice is devolved, ignorant, hateful and destructive!
Your dualistic, judgmental old carrot and stick routine doesn't impress even the children, anymore!
'Cause' and 'effect' is a clumsy way of saying two mutually arising Perspectives of the same One Reality!
'Causality' is an obsolete theory...
"Charity is not taking more than your share, of anything! Ever!"
"Wage Love, practice Compassion!"
“Your task is not to seek for Love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” - Rumi
"Do what you know to be right, say what you know to be true, and leave with faith and patience the consequences to god!" - F.W. Robertson
(If you have a choice! *__- )
tat tvam asi (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tat_Tvam_As...
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Never heard of Dolores Cannon.
But I have heard of Jesus Christ.
I think I'll stick with what I know.
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If you bring an end to prejudice and judgmentalism, Christians will have to be nice. You'll never sell the concept to them.
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Originally Answered: I am very sad that so many Americans are prejudiced about Islam?
I couldn't agree with you more........ they are blaming the actions of MEN against God's religion. God never said to do those things, Islam is not at fault, it's the men who USE the religion for their own evil agendas. Ignorant people will always hate a whole group for the actions of a few, even when the majority does not agree with those actions.