This is what will be covered in Module 15:
Karma – past and future. What is karma? Is karma real? Does karma only apply to my past life and deeds, or to my future life and deeds as well?
Newton’s Third Law of Movement. What is Newton’s Third Law of Movement? How does this law relate to karma and to spirituality? How can I use this law to resolve conflict?
Cycles and between cycles. What is a cycle? How long is a cycle? How do cycles apply to our lives? What happen between cycles?
The effects of completing a cycle. What happens when I complete a cycle? Do I only need to complete one cycle?
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