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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:

"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."


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,
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