This is what will be covered in Module 13:
Is God mean? Why does God allow things like sick babies and wars? Should we fear or love God?
Why do people do things to me? Do bad things happen to me because I am a bad person? Do I attract bad luck?
Living your life script. What is a life script? What is my life script? Can I change my life script?
Life, death and reincarnation. What does reincarnation have to do with my life? Have I reincarnated, and will I do it again? What is death?
The importance of past lives. Why are my past lives important in this life?
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The Orthodox Christian Church believe in the Holy Trinity of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit as separate entities and not a
Rama Navami is the day on which Lord Rama incarnated in human form as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Lord Rama has half the divinitive qualities of Lord Vishnu.
The word "Rama" means
We like to flippantly refer to good karma and bad karma, but is there any truth in karma? What is karma? Can I change my karma?
My search for answers to these questions has provided me with interesting information. For example, I have always thought of karma as Buddhism or something that is unique to Buddhism. Since I am not an expert on this philosophy, I have kind of left it there.
But important things tend to come back to us time and again (karma?), and my curiosity was stimulated to the extent that I did some reading about Buddhism and karma. And guess what? I discovered that the same concept is expressed in many diverse sources, including Buddhist texts.
Imagine one massive drop of water, as big as the earth, falling from a great height. What will happen when it hits a flat surface?
Yes, the massive drop of water will split into tiny droplets – myriads of them. That is similar to what happened when we got separated from God. We became humanity, and there are a few billion of us on this planet.
Imagine that each one of us also broke into pieces at the beginning of time. Each one of us strive to become whole again, and then to become part of God again. How do we do that?
Imagine each of those tiny droplets that form you, wanting to unite with the other droplets again, and then wanting to re-unite with the other individuals that are part of the gigantic drop that is God. It would be like watching a reversed film of the droplets becoming a gigantic drop again.