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The Human Becoming the Divine:
Karma is what governs life. Mantra is what corrects it.
It is very interesting to dwell upon the process of the human becoming the Divine. Within the Hindu-Buddhist tradition, the difference between the human and Divine is a matter of consciousness. The human is limited. The human is stuck in the material body and in an ignorant mind, whereas the Divine has no material existence and has a divine mind. The Divine is also infinitely intelligent.
Man’s destiny is to become, ultimately, Enlightened—what this means is that the human is becoming the Divine. To use the terminology of physics, it is matter becoming energy. The Judeo-Christian tradition also has some reference to the relationship between the human and the Divine. The Bible says that God created man in his own image. This means that God has an image, and it looked like the image of a human being. All traditions speak about angels and other Divine beings. Mythology has it that these Divine beings have no physical body, although they have a form made up of light. They appear and disappear by their choice and by their power make themselves known to certain human beings.
It is important for you to understand the concepts of karma and mantra: Karma is what governs life. Mantra is what corrects it.
Simply put, karma is your past life: the desires and plans that you held in your previous life. These are now presenting themselves in this life. They may not necessarily be from your most immediate past life. They may be from other lives that you had lived long ago. In fact, what you call the present or the future is indeed your past. Everything that you wanted to do in the past, you are now doing in the present. These things may end now, or they may not end now. Maybe it will take a few more births to end them. This is the philosophy of karma: you desire something and create karma and a lifetime (or lifetimes) to experience it.