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Old 09-10-2013, 09:58 AM
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Default Cayce on Karma

Hello All--I am reading a book written/edited by Edgar Cayce's son called Cayce On Atlantis right now. It is more of an "introduction" to Cayce, really, and a quick read. In the preface chapters of the book, the writer/editor makes the following comment:

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"Although some karma may result in physical afflictions or extraordinary physical abilities, it is more often reflected in an individual's tendencies, aptitudes, or interests."

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This quote seems to be more editorial commentary (based upon what, I do not know, but one would presume Cayce's readings) of Cayce's son, but I am not sure.

In any event, what do you all think of the substance of the observation? . . . And why? . . .

Namaste from the midwest,
stephanie
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