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It is said that all the action-reaction-responses that we experience in life are from the force our karmic debt accumulations (karma quotient). These are said to include the results of all activities that one does in any state, whether in knowledge, ignorance, or by chance, accident or otherwise. In other words all work, activity or energy debts are karmic (action) debts.
This necessarily means that to balance out the accumulations of action-reaction, the individual consciousness needs to ‘re-incarnate’ since the results of the actions cannot balance out in one lifetime. Scientific proof of reincarnation is detailed in this article. (Opens new window.)
At first sight such a premise about the force of stored results of action might appear far-fetched. Before we go further in this examination, it would be interesting to see how scientists observe the behavior of forces that operate in the physically observable universe.
One of the greatest multi-disciplinary scientific geniuses of all time, the 17th century British scientist, Sir Isaac Newton, made fundamental discoveries about the functioning of the universe. He was the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics Chair for thirty three years at the university of Cambridge, England.
Newton got a revelation as he observed an apple falling from a tree. Considering this act of the apple falling led him to discover the force of gravity, through which he explained the movements of objects including those of the heavenly bodies. He set out the explanation of this in his three laws of motion.
Over two hundred years of observation and experiment confirm Newton’s three laws of motion.
We have previously established in the proof of reincarnation articles that our perpetually existing I-consciousness (I-con) continues moving in many changing bodies, without changing it’s essential nature. Each one of us has had this personal experience.
We see that where there is law, there is a guiding intelligence behind the law. Thus there is a law-making and guiding intelligence superior to what we experience within ourselves or our actions. Perhaps God is a good as name for such a superior or supremely powerful intelligence.
We explore this further in this article about Divine will and how it can override all karma and all right and wrong.