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karmic

Paranormal
adjective Referring to the effect of one's karma (actions and deeds that lead to subsequent effects).
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All soulmates are karmic partners but not all karmic partners are soulmates.
Our Karmic Purification Connects With Our Birth Through Breathwork (Rebirthing)
Take advantage of this opportunity and stroll forward with confidence and surety, understanding that you are fulfilling your karmic destiny.
Maximize this opportunity and walk onward with self-confidence and guaranty, recognizing that you are satisfying your karmic destiny.
Of special note is the section on 'The Karmic Keys'.
Liverpool would be offering a much better compensation but Atletico Madrid would provide him the opportunity to finish his career where it all started, a karmic cycle of sorts.
Because we have forgotten the principle of karmic returns, we have learned to avoid taking responsibility for many of our actions.
They cover the shared existential trajectory among humans and non-humans in Jainism; what the Jatakas teach Levinas about giving "the bread from one's own mouth;" the place of non-human animals in a Confucian world order; Heidegger and Zhuangzi on the non-human; the argument for Ahimsa in the Anusasanaparvan of the Mahabharata; Zen Master Dogen on the moral status of non-human animals; non-human animals and the question of rights from an Asian perspective; non-human animals and the Swadhyaya; and human action, karmic retribution, and the possibilities for Hindu animal ethics.
Djuna Wojton's KARMIC CHOICES: HOW MAKING THE RIGHT DECISIONS CAN CREATE ENDURING JOY (9780738736167, $16.
Foremost among these is helping soldiers work through the karmic consequences of their actions on the battlefield.
A week later, Darren emailed with the subject line "This feels karmic.
Stephanie set up Karmic Angels UK in 2008 to help provide aid, relief and development in The Gambia, West Africa.